Big Scuttlebug

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Big Scuttlebug
The screenshot of Mario fighting Big Scuttlebug in Rustle Burrow.
Big Scuttlebug from Paper Mario: Sticker Star
First appearance Mario Party 7 (2005)
Latest appearance Paper Mario: Sticker Star (2012)
Variant of Scuttlebug

The Big Scuttlebug is the rare colossal version of the Scuttlebug, being many times normal size.


Mario Party 7[edit]

Spider Stomp from Mario Party 7
Giant Scuttle Bug from Mario Party 7.

A giant Scuttle Bug first appears in Mario Party 7 in the minigame Spider Stomp. It is fought at the end of the minigame. It attacks players by shooting three webs at them and can charge at the players. After this Scuttle Bug is defeated, the player's team can find Flutter before the other team does.

Paper Mario: Sticker Star[edit]

Sticker Star enemy
Big Scuttlebug
The Big Scuttlebug from Paper Mario: Sticker Star
Location(s) Rustle Burrow
Max HP 16
Attack 8
Defense 0
Moves Crumple (8, Crumple), Lunge (6)
Stickers N/A

The Big Scuttlebug is a mini-boss appearing in Paper Mario: Sticker Star. It is encountered in Rustle Burrow and blocks the door that leads to Kersti after Mario loses her, along with his Hammer and most of his stickers, during the drop into the level.

The battle starts off with the Big Scuttlebug going onto a web. Using a jump attack on the web will make Mario get caught in it, making him vulnerable to the Big Scuttlebug's crumpling attack. The web is also vulnerable to projectile attacks, such as those of the Fire Flower and Ice Flower sticker. After the Big Scuttlebug is off its web, it attacks like a normal Scuttlebug. Once it has been defeated, Mario can gain access to the room where Kersti is being held.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese でかガサゴソ
Deka Gasagoso
Big Scuttlebug
Chinese (Simplified) 巨型蜘蛛怪
Jùxíng Zhīzhū Guài
Giant Scuttlebug
Chinese (Traditional) 大蜘蛛怪
Dà Zhīzhū Guài
Big Scuttlebug
French Maxi-Arayée Max Scuttlebug
German Maxi-Trippeltrap Big Scuttlebug
Italian Sguscioragno gigante Giant Scuttlebug
Spanish (NOA) Gran Visparaña Big Scuttlebug
Spanish (NOE) Gran bichacuo Big Scuttlebug