Bahamutt

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Not to be confused with Behemoth.
Bahamutt
SMRPG: Artwork of Bahamutt
First appearance Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars (1996)
Latest appearance Super Mario RPG (Nintendo Switch) (2023)

Bahamutt is a colossal dragon encountered by Mario and his allies while exploring Bowser's Keep in Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars. Both Comeon and Wizakoopa can summon one to help them in battle. Bahamutt has a high amount of HP and above-average stats. Besides regular biting attacks, it can use the special moves Iron Maiden and Hot Shot. Bahamutt is named after the Bahamut, a powerful dragon from the Final Fantasy series. It is related to Yoshis, where its Japanese name is derived from Yoshi's name, sharing the name with Dorrie. Its body shape resembles Yoshi's and if a Yoshi Cookie is used on a Bahamutt, Yoshi swallows it and produces a Yoshi Candy item (which is normally earned if Yoshi fails to swallow an enemy).

Despite being very strong, Bahamutt does not appear to be very confident in its own abilities, as revealed by its Thought Peek thought.

There is an unused version of Bahamutt who resembles Boshi, with purplish coloration and pointed sunglasses. It can use the move Flame, though it has no Psychopath thought.

Profiles and statistics[edit]

Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars[edit]

Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars enemy
Bahamutt
Battle idle animation of a Bahamutt from Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars HP 500 FP 100 Speed 8
Location(s) The Trial Course, Bowser's Keep (second visit) Attack 170 Magic attack 80
Role Common Defense 100 Magic defense 20
Bonus Flower None Yoshi Cookie None Morph rate 0%
Evade 0% Magic evade 0% Spells Flame Wall, Flame, Drain
Weak Ice Strong Fire, Fear, Sleep Sp. attacks Iron Maiden
Coins 0 Exp. points 0 Items None
Psychopath "Give me a chance, here."

Super Mario RPG (Nintendo Switch)[edit]

Bahamutt
A Bahamutt in Super Mario RPG (Nintendo Switch)
HP 500
Exp. 0
Weak Elements Ice
Weak Statuses SleepMute
Drops N/A
Rare Drops N/A
Found In Bowser's Keep
Monster List profile
Though they're very powerful, they don't show up in battle unless summoned. Which means they spend most of their lives waiting for their moment to shine.
Thought Peek
I don't show up much, so feast your eyes while you can.
Animations

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ドッシー
Dosshī
Possibly from "dragon" and "Yoshi"; shared with Dorrie

Chinese (simplified) 海龙王
Hǎi Lóngwáng
Sea Dragon King; shared with Dorrie

Chinese (traditional) 海龍王
Hǎi Lóngwáng
Sea Dragon King; shared with Dorrie

Dutch Dragorex
Portmanteau of "dragon" and "T-rex"
French Dragosh
From "dragon" and "Yoshi"
German Dragomut
Portmanteau of "dragon" and "Bahamut"
Italian Dragoshi
Portmanteau of "drago" (dragon) and "Yoshi"
Korean 드시
Deusi
Portmanteau of "드래곤" (Deuraegon, Dragon) and "요시" (Yosi, Yoshi)

Spanish Dragoshi
Portmanteau of "dragón" (dragon) and "Yoshi"