Wizzerd

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The Thousand-Year Door Enemy
Wizzerd
Wizzered.PNG
Location(s) Pit of 100 Trials (Floors 71-79)
Max HP 10
Attack 6
Defense 3
Moves Tickle (6), Laser Beam (6, Piercing), Confusion Beam (Confusion will happen if attack doesn't hurt Mario), Lightning Storm (6), Power Up (Raises Stats), Recover (Heals 6 HP)
Items Stopwatch, Thunder Rage, Super Shroom
Coins 0 - 4
Log A part-machine, part-organic creature who uses different kinds of magic. It looks to be the best tickler of all time.
Misc. stats
Level 30
Exp. points 1
Sleep? 10%
Dizzy? 90%
Confuse? 40%
Tiny? 85%
Burn? 100%
Freeze? 50%
Stop? 50%
Soft? 90%
Fright? 30%
Gale Force? 85%
KO? 40%
Tattle

Tattle: That's a Wizzerd. It's a part-machine, part-organic, centuries-old thing. It uses magic to attack, heal, and alter your condition, so stay on guard. Its Defense is high, but we can totally take this thing!

Bestiary
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Wizzerds are cyborg creatures in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, they appear to be bean-like cyborg creatures with three-fingered hands. Is implied by their "wizard"-derived name, they can use magic attacks and can fire energy lasers at Mario and his partners and also can raise their attack by turning bigger or even raising their defense. They can also use magic to cure softness. They can tickle the front character with their hands or use a lightning attack that can hit both characters at once.

They are tough enemies that only appear in floors 71 to 79 in the Pit of 100 Trials. While their weaker and stronger brethren have the ability to heal each other by 10 HP and clone when they are alone, the standard Wizzerds can only heal themselves or their allies by 6 HP and do not have the ability to clone themselves.

Derived species[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese マホーン
Mahoan
Pun on "魔法" (magic)
Spanish Brujer Pun of Brujo (Witch)
French Magyx Pun on "magie" (magic)
German Gelber Magi-Mech "Gelber" means "yellow", "Magie" means "magic", "Mech" comes from mechanic
Italian Magobot From "mago" (wizard) and the suffix "-bot"

Trivia[edit]

  • Just like the other Wizzerd species, they will not hit other enemies if the player uses Super Hammer or Ultra Hammer.