Bittacuda

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Super Paper Mario Enemy
Bittacuda
SPMBittacuda.png
Location(s) The Tile Pool (3-2)
Max HP 10
Attack 2
Defense 0
Score 400
Items Volt Shroom
Card Type Common
Card Location(s) Card Shop; Catch Card/SP
Card Description
This big fish could feed an army! ...Or eat an army.
Tattle
That fish is a Bittacuda. It's a carnivorous beast with vicelike jaws... Max HP is 10 and Attack is 2. It will try to eat anything that swims by... If you insist on fighting this fish, I would suggest flipping dimensions... I do hear these voracious sea beasts are quite tasty...
List of Catch Cards
70           71           72

Bittacudas are enemies in Super Paper Mario. They appear only in Chapter 3-2, in the Tile Pool. Bittacudas are a carnivorous salmon-pink fish, slightly bigger than Bowser. Their name is a portmanteau of "bit" and "barracuda," though they do not in any way resemble their namesake fish. They are one of the few enemies in the game that can attack even when Mario Flips to 3D. Bittacudas swims toward Mario and co. when it spots them, but they will eventually give up chase. Like most other underwater enemies in the game, they can be damaged through stomping, unlike in most games.

They only appear during the final stretch of the level. When Big Blooper emerges from the bottom of the sea, two Bittacudas flee from it.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese フグモドキ
Fugumodoki
Pseudo-pufferfish; "Fugu" means "pufferfish" (not to be confused with porcupinefish, which is Harisenbon), while "Modoki" means "similar-yet-different."
Spanish Chalot From cachalote (cachalot, sperm whale)
French Piracuda Pun on piranha and barracuda
German Schnappakuda Pun on schnappen (grab) and Barrakuda
Italian Bittacuda -
Korean 복꼬치
Bokkochi
From "복어(blowfish, pufferfish)" and "꼬치고기(barracuda)".