Baddie Block

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Not to be confused with Baddie Box.
A Fire Block.

Baddie Blocks are objects in Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition that contain enemies that the player can use as teammates for their party. They are the result of enemies getting trapped unintentionally from Kamek's misuse of the power of the Orbs. Baddie Blocks are pale colored blocks with Magikoopa symbols on them, and are colored according to the attribute of the enemy inside them: red for Fire types, blue for Water types, green for Wood types, yellow for Light types, and purple for Dark types. Baddie Blocks come in three sizes: ordinary blocks that contain low-tier enemies, larger "Super" blocks that contain mid-tier enemies, and large "Grand" blocks that have gold ribbon on them and contain high-tier enemies.

When defeating an enemy, it will occasionally drop a Baddie Block. Generally, the contents of block dropped is that of the enemy itself (if the enemy is at its smallest form or has no forms to transform to at all), with the block colored according to that enemy's attribute. If an enemy has a second form or higher, the second form version of that enemy will usually drop a Baddie Block of its smaller form (while third form versions of enemies will drop Super Blocks containing their second form). Coin Coffers and King Coin Coffers always drop Baddie Blocks of themselves when defeated with a 10+ combo attack. Finally, each Koopaling and Bowser Jr. will drop a Baddie Block of themselves when defeated in the Special World versions of their own Airship courses (the latter unlocked by clearing ★World 8-Icon of a third Fortress, from Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition.).

The levels of enemies dropped from Baddie Blocks is generally dependent on the world they're obtained from (i.e. World 1 generally drops Lv. 1 enemies), but may sometimes be several levels higher than usual. For Special Worlds, dropped enemies' levels increase by two for every world, starting from ★World 1, where dropped enemies levels are generally at Lv. 11 (i.e. ★World 2 drops Lv. 13 enemies, ★World 3 drops Lv. 15 enemies, etc).

Fire Block[edit]

A Fire Block.

Fire Blocks contain low-tier, Fire-attribute enemies.

Enemy Drops from Min. Lv. Notes
Red Coin Coffer Red Coin Coffer King Red Coin Coffer 1 Guaranteed drop from Red Coin Coffer when defeated with a 10+ combo attack. Will not drop normally in any worlds before World 3. Can be dropped as early as World 3-Icon of a Ghost House, from Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition..
Red Koopa Troopa Red Koopa Troopa Red Koopa Paratroopa 1 Can be dropped as early as World 1-3.
Flame Chomp Flame Chomp 1 Can be dropped as early as World 1-Icon of Larry Koopa's Airship, from Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition..
Spiny Spiny Lakitu 3 Can be dropped as early as World 3-4.
Whomp Whomp Big Whomp 4 Can be dropped as early as World 4-Icon of a Castle, from Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition..

Super Fire Block[edit]

A Super Fire Block.

Super Fire Blocks contain mid-tier, Fire-attribute enemies.

Enemy Drops from Min. Lv. Notes
Red Koopa Paratroopa Dry Bones 2 Can be dropped as early as World 2-Icon of a Fortress, from Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition..

Grand Fire Block[edit]

A Grand Fire Block.

Grand Fire Blocks contain high-tier, Fire-attribute enemies.

Enemy Drops from Min. Lv. Notes
King Red Coin Coffer King Red Coin Coffer 1 Guaranteed drop from King Red Coin Coffer when defeated with a 10+ combo attack. Can be dropped as early as World 7-9.
Ludwig Ludwig 23 Drops after defeating Ludwig in ★World 7-Icon of Ludwig von Koopa's Airship, from Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition..
Morton Morton 15 Drops after defeating Morton in ★World 3-Icon of Morton Koopa Jr.'s Airship, from Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition..
Red Magikoopa Red Magikoopa 8 Can be dropped as early as World 8-Icon of a first Fortress, from Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition..

Water Block[edit]

A Water Block.

Water Blocks contain low-tier, Water-attribute enemies.

Enemy Drops from Min. Lv. Notes
Blooper Blooper 2 Can be dropped as early as World 2-3.
Blue Coin Coffer Blue Coin Coffer King Blue Coin Coffer 1 Guaranteed drop from Blue Coin Coffer when defeated with a 10+ combo attack. Will not drop normally in any worlds before World 4. Can be dropped as early as World 4-Icon of a Ghost House, from Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition..
Cheep Cheep Cheep Cheep 1 Can be dropped as early as World 1-4. In World 1, Lvl. 1 Cheep Cheeps are less common drops than Lvl. 2 or Lvl. 3 variants.
Green Koopa Troopa Green Koopa Troopa Green Koopa Paratroopa 1 Can be dropped as early as World 1-1. The player is given a Water Block containing a Lvl. 1 Green Koopa Troopa at the beginning of the game.

Super Water Block[edit]

A Super Water Block.

Super Water Blocks contain mid-tier, Water-attribute enemies.

Enemy Drops from Min. Lv. Notes
Green Koopa Paratroopa Big Green Koopa Paratroopa ?
Big Cheep Cheep Cheep Chomp 5 Can be dropped as early as World 5-5.
Blooper Nanny & Baby Blooper Nanny & Babies 5 Can be dropped as early as World 5-5.

Grand Water Block[edit]

A Grand Water Block.

Grand Water Blocks contain high-tier, Water-attribute enemies.

Enemy Drops from Min. Lv. Notes
Blue Magikoopa Blue Magikoopa 8 Can be dropped as early as World 8-Icon of a first Fortress, from Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition..
King Blue Coin Coffer King Blue Coin Coffer 1 Guaranteed drop from King Blue Coin Coffer when defeated with a 10+ combo attack. Can be dropped as early as World 7-10.
Wendy Wendy 17 Drops after defeating Wendy in ★World 4-Icon of Wendy O. Koopa's Airship, from Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition..

Wood Block[edit]

A Wood Block.

Wood Blocks contain low-tier, Wood-attribute enemies.

Enemy Drops from Min. Lv. Notes
Goomba Goomba Paragoomba 1 Can be dropped as early as World 1-1. The player is given a Wood Block containing a Lvl. 1 Goomba at the beginning of the game.
Green Coin Coffer Green Coin Coffer King Green Coin Coffer 1 Guaranteed drop from Green Coin Coffer when defeated with a 10+ combo attack. Will not drop normally in any worlds before World 5. Can be dropped as early as World 5-3.
Piranha Plant Piranha Plant Fire Piranha Plant Bone Piranha Plant 2 Can be dropped as early as World 2-2.
Wiggler Wiggler 5 Can be dropped as early as World 5-1.

Super Wood Block[edit]

A Super Wood Block.

Super Wood Blocks contain mid-tier, Wood-attribute enemies.

Enemy Drops from
Bone Piranha Plant Big Bone Piranha Plant

Grand Wood Block[edit]

A Grand Wood Block.

Grand Wood Blocks contain high-tier, Wood-attribute enemies.

Enemy Drops from Min. Lv. Notes
Green Magikoopa Green Magikoopa 8 Can be dropped as early as World 8-Icon of a first Fortress, from Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition..
Iggy Iggy 19 Drops after defeating Iggy in ★World 5-Icon of Iggy Koopa's Airship, from Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition..
King Green Coin Coffer King Green Coin Coffer 1 Guaranteed drop from King Green Coin Coffer when defeated with a 10+ combo attack. Can be dropped as early as World 8-2.
Larry Larry 11 Drops after defeating Larry in ★World 1-Icon of Larry Koopa's Airship, from Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition..

Light Block[edit]

A Light Block.

Light Blocks contain low-tier, Light-attribute enemies.

Enemy Drops from Min. Lv. Notes
Bob-omb Bob-omb 6 Can be dropped as early as World 6-9. Bob-ombs will not drop any Light Blocks in any courses earlier than that despite appearing as early as World 2-Icon of Lemmy Koopa's Airship, from Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition..
Hammer Bro Hammer Bro Fire Bro Ice Bro Boomerang Bro 1 Can be dropped as early as World 1-6.
Lakitu Lakitu 6 Can be dropped as early as World 6-1. Light Blocks dropped from Lakitus are less common drops than Fire Blocks containing Spinies.
Thwomp Thwomp 3 Can be dropped as early as World 3-Icon of a Castle, from Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition..
Yellow Coin Coffer Yellow Coin Coffer King Yellow Coin Coffer 1 Guaranteed drop from Yellow Coin Coffer when defeated with a 10+ combo attack. Will not drop normally in any worlds before World 6. Can be dropped as early as World 6-2.
Yellow Koopa Troopa Yellow Koopa Troopa Yellow Koopa Paratroopa 1 Can be dropped as early as World 1-4.

Super Light Block[edit]

A Super Light Block.

Super Light Blocks contain mid-tier, Light-attribute enemies.

Enemy Drops from
Yellow Koopa Paratroopa Big Yellow Koopa Paratroopa

Grand Light Block[edit]

A Grand Light Block.

Grand Light Blocks contain high-tier, Light-attribute enemies.

Enemy Drops from Min. Lv. Notes
Boom Boom Boom Boom 5 Can be dropped as early as World 5-Icon of a Fortress, from Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition.. Boom Boom will not drop any Light Blocks in any courses before that despite appearing as early as World 1-Icon of a Fortress, from Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition..
Bowser Jr. Bowser Jr. 25 Drops after defeating Bowser Jr. in ★World 8-Icon of a third Fortress, from Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition..
Gold Goomba Gold Goomba ? Can be dropped from a Gold Goomba only when defeated normally. Appears in unlockable courses only (excluding ★World 2-4).
King Yellow Coin Coffer King Yellow Coin Coffer 1 Guaranteed drop from King Yellow Coin Coffer when defeated with a 10+ combo attack. Can be dropped as early as World 7-5.
Roy Roy 21 Drops after defeating Roy in ★World 6-Icon of Roy Koopa's Airship, from Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition..
Yellow Magikoopa Yellow Magikoopa 8 Can be dropped as early as World 8-Icon of a first Fortress, from Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition..

Dark Block[edit]

A Dark Block.

Dark Blocks contain low-tier, Dark-attribute enemies.

Enemy Drops from Min. Lv. Notes
Boo Boo 3 Can be dropped as early as World 3-Icon of a Ghost House, from Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition.. Can contain Lv. 5 Boos in the same course.
Bullet Bill Bullet Bill 2 Can be dropped as early as World 2-Icon of Lemmy Koopa's Airship, from Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition..
Buzzy Beetle Buzzy Beetle Bony Beetle Para-Beetle 2 Can be dropped as early as World 2-1.
Chain Chomp Chain Chomp 4 Can be dropped as early as World 4-Icon of a Castle, from Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition..
Purple Coin Coffer Purple Coin Coffer King Purple Coin Coffer 1 Guaranteed drop from Purple Coin Coffer when defeated with a 10+ combo attack. Will not drop normally in any worlds before World 2. Can be dropped as early as World 2-2.

Super Dark Block[edit]

A Super Dark Block.

Super Dark Blocks contain mid-tier, Dark-attribute enemies.

Enemy Drops from
Bony Beetle Big Bony Beetle
Banzai Bill King Bill

Grand Dark Block[edit]

A Grand Dark Block.

Grand Dark Blocks contain high-tier, Dark-attribute enemies.

Enemy Drops from Min. Lv. Notes
King Purple Coin Coffer King Purple Coin Coffer 1 Guaranteed drop from King Purple Coin Coffer when defeated with a 10+ combo attack. Can be dropped as early as World 7-Icon of a Ghost House, from Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition..
Lemmy Lemmy 13 Drops after defeating Lemmy in ★World 2-Icon of Lemmy Koopa's Airship, from Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition..
Purple Magikoopa Purple Magikoopa 8 Can be dropped as early as World 8-Icon of a first Fortress, from Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition..

Names in other languages[edit]

Fire Block[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ファイアブロック
Faia Burokku
Fire Block
German Feuer-Block Fire Block
Italian Blocco di fuoco Fire block
Spanish Bloque de fuego Fire Block

Super Fire Block[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Italian Super blocco di fuoco Super fire block
Spanish Superbloque de fuego Super Fire Block

Grand Fire Block[edit]

Water Block[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ウォーターブロック
Wōtā Burokku
Water Block
German Wasser-Block Water Block
Italian Blocco di acqua Water block
Spanish Bloque de agua Water Block

Super Water Block[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Italian Super blocco di acqua Super water block

Grand Water Block[edit]

Wood Block[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ウッドブロック
Uddo Burokku
Wood Block
German Holz-Block Wood Block
Italian Blocco di legno Wood block
Spanish Bloque de madera Wood Block

Super Wood Block[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Italian Super blocco di legno Super wood block

Grand Wood Block[edit]

Light Block[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ライトブロック
Raito Burokku
Light Block
German Licht-Block Light Block
Italian Blocco di luce Light block
Spanish Bloque de luz Light Block

Super Light Block[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Italian Super blocco di luce Super light block

Grand Light Block[edit]

Dark Block[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ダークブロック
Dāku Burokku
Dark Block
Italian Blocco di tenebre Darkness block
Spanish Bloque de oscuridad Darkness Block

Super Dark Block[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Italian Super blocco di tenebre Super darkness block

Grand Dark Block[edit]