Armored Goomba

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Armored Goomba
Artwork of an Armored Goomba from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
First appearance Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope (2022)
Variant of Goomba

Armored Goombas are enemies in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope, first appearing in the Beacon Beach battle The Goomba with the Pot on its Head, and commonly appear in Terra Flora. They are normal Goombas wearing a cooking pot infused with Darkmess on their head, making them immune to any type of attack, except for the Dash, after which they will flip, but they will still be immune to any attacks; the only way to defeat them is by tossing them out of the battleground bounds. They still take the effects of all Super Effects, although they take no damage from them. The Ooze Super Effect does not hurt them, but they can still spread it to other characters.


Tacticam analysis[edit]

Armored Goomba icon from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope ARMORED GOOMBA
The Armored Goomba wears a cooking pot that makes it immune to damage from weapons and physical attacks. It must be launched outside the boundaries of a battlefield to be defeated. It can also be pushed or bounced out of bounds with Gust or Splash Super Effects.
Flippable attribute icon from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope FLIPPABLE
Can be held up after being Dashed.
No strengths or weaknesses
Beacon Beach
Terra Flora
Icon of enemy HP as seen from Beep-0's Tacticam in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope HP
LVL Enemy Threat
All difficulties
All LVLs 1
  • Ability
    • Invincibility
      • Grants invulnerability to attacks but not Super Effects. While active, defeat can only come from being forced out of bounds.
  • Movement
    • Dash x1
      • Dashes and damages a target within range.

Memory bio[edit]

Image for Goombas Memory in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope

Goombas are even more menacing under Cursa's supervision! Thankfully, they are still Goombas - a single dash can hit multiples of them.
Yet Cursa's cunning is always present - some of them wear Darkmess-infused cooking pots that make them immune to weapons or physical attacks. Only by launching them outside the boundaries of the battlefield can they be defeated.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese なべクリボー
Nabe Kuribō
Pot Goomba; 「なべ」 (nabe; "pot" or "saucepan")
Italian Goomba rinforzato Reinforced Goomba
Portuguese Goomba Blindado Armored Goomba
Spanish Goomba Blindado Armored Goomba