Airnapse

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Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr's Journey Enemy
Airnapse
MLBISBJJAirnapse.png
Location(s): Airway
Level: 29
HP: 150
POW: 150
DEF: 72
SPEED: 96
Experience: 610
Coins: 80
Item Drop: Ultrasyrup Jar - 25%
Star Candy - 15%
More
Fire: Normal
Jump: Normal
Hammer: Miss
Battled by: Mario & Luigi
Burn: 2x
Dizzy: 1x
Stat Down: 1x
Speed down: 1x
Bowser's Inside Story Enemy
Airnapse
MLBISAirnapse.gif
Location(s) Airway
Battled by Mario and Luigi
Level 29
HP 150 (225)
POW 150 (375)
DEF 72 (108)
SPEED 96 (144)
Fire Normal
Burn? Double
Dizzy? Normal
Stat Down? Normal
KO? Normal
Experience 610
Coins 70 (105)
Item Drop Supersyrup Jar - 5%
Doctor Socks - 20%
Notice
  • The second set of numbers next to the enemy's HP, POW, DEF, SPEED and Coins are stat increases from the Challenge Medal accessory; a 50% increase for HP, DEF, SPEED and Coins earned, and a 150% increase for POW.

An Airnapse is a more powerful version of the Napse located in Bowser's body in the Airway in the game Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story. It has a blue nucleus and a yellow coating. In battle, Airnapses will attack Mario and Luigi by throwing energy balls at them. They generally attack in the same way as their counterparts, but their attacks are faster and more powerful. They also have more defense than their cousins. They can also regenerate a fallen Airnapse if one of them dies, and they do so more often than a regular Napse. These enemies often fight with other Airnapses or with Air Cannons, Air Cheeps and Stonks. Of all the enemies in the Airway, the Airnapses are the only ones that don't possess any features of the Dark Star. It is also the only one that doesn't have anything to do with air or gas (besides its name).

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese エアプン
Ea Pun
Air Napse, "pun" being part of the full name for Napse in Japanese, "Shinapun", itself a pun on "synapse".
Spanish (NOA) Napsis Aéreo Aerial Napse
Spanish (NOE) Aerócula From aéreo (aerial) and normácula (Napses' Spanish name)
French (NOA) Napsair Airnapse
French (NOE) Aéropiou From "synapiou" (Napse) with the wind-related prefix aero
German Sauerstoffel Pun on Sauerstoff, meaning oxygen
Italian Aerobolla From aero (air) and bolla (bubble)