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Not to be confused with Bluebird.
Custom render of Blewbird from Super Mario Bros. Wonder
Rendered game model of Blewbird
First appearance Super Mario Bros. Wonder (2023)
Screenshot of an unnamed enemy in Super Mario Bros. Wonder

Blewbirds are enemies that appear in Super Mario Bros. Wonder. They are blue birds with black shells that shoot their red beaks in the direction they are facing. When this beak hits a wall, it extends into a horizontal pole that the player is able to walk on or grab onto. When this enemy is defeated, another one will burrow up to take its place. They prominently appear in the level Blewbird Roost. Their name is a pun on "blew" and "bluebird".

During a Wonder Effect, Blewbirds shoot rainbow-colored bubbles, which can be jumped on and popped.

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Internal names[edit]

Game File Name Meaning

Super Mario Bros. Wonder G:/romfs/Model/EnemyFukiyahei.bfres.zs Fukiyahei Blowgun Soldier
Super Mario Bros. Wonder G:/romfs/Pack/Actor/EnemyBlowgunhei.pack.zs Blowgunhei

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese フキヤン
Portmanteau of「吹き矢」(fukiya, blowgun) and「~やん」(-yan, an honorfic suffix equivalent to "dude")
Chinese 吹箭仔
Chuījiàn Zǎi
Blowpipe Guy
Dutch Blewbird -
French Sarbecane Portmanteau of "sarbacane" (blowgun) and "bec" (beak)
German Pfeilschnabel Portmanteau of "Pfeil" (arrow) and "Schnabel" (beak)
Italian Sparabecco Portmanteau of "sparare" (to fire/to shoot) and "becco" (beak)
Korean 뿌미양
From "뿜다" (ppumda, to gush out) and the Japanese name
Portuguese Dardarara Portmanteau of "dardo" (dart) and "arara" (macaw)
Russian Вточкин
Made-up family name (ends with -in) from "в точку!" (v tochku!, to the point!/exactly!)
Spanish Soplardo Portmanteau of "soplar" (to blow) and "dardo" (dart)