Brawl Doll

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Brawl Doll
In-game render of the Brawl Doll from Wario World.
Species Living doll
First appearance Wario World (2003)
Wario in a boss fight against Brawl Doll in Wario World.
Wario in a boss fight against Brawl Doll.
“Yikes! Brawl Doll is waiting inside the Goal! It's floating in the air, so it'll be hard to punch... You should do a Corkscrew Conk by pressing the A Button during a Dash Attack!”
Spriteling, Wario World

Brawl Doll is a cherub-like doll that Wario fights in Horror Manor during the events of Wario World. When Wario first encounters the boss, deep in the basement of the creepy mansion, it is facing away from Wario. It will then open its eyes and eerily spin its head around to face Wario. Its arena is a large, circular platform similar to that of Bouldergeist, but has three torches scattered around it, along with colored patches on the ground, resembling a play pen. This is the only time in the game that columns are shown with fire in them.

Brawl Doll has three varying attacks. The most basic attack is a swipe of its angel-like wings: first left, then right. This attack becomes faster for each health skull icon that it has lost. Brawl Doll uses its second attack after it has received damage. It will fly to the edge of the arena and fire lasers at Wario, similar to the blue Crystal Entity's attack. As Brawl Doll takes more damage, it fires a trio of lasers that move in more erratic patterns. Brawl Doll begins to use its final attack when it has two health skulls left; it will start sliding across the floor at a very fast speed at Wario while drawing in red energy. This is its most powerful attack. If Brawl Doll is stunned during this attack, it will drop a ring of coins.

Wario must knock the doll out of the sky with either a Corkscrew Conk or by using one of the nearby columns. After Brawl Doll is stunned, Wario can pick it up and use a Mad Move on it. After five Mad Moves, Brawl Doll goes down.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese にんぎょうモンスター
Ningyō monsutā
Beibī Enjeru
Doll monster

Baby Angel
French Angelot From "Ange" (angel)
Italian Cherubino Cherub


  • According to a variety of screenshots and early footage, Brawl Doll's eye color seemed to have been planned to be red.[2]
  • A portrait of Brawl Doll is seen in the manor just before the player enters the basement.


  1. ^ 「ワリオワールド任天堂公式ガイドブック」 (Wario World Nintendo Kōshiki Guidebook), page 152.
  2. ^ Japancommercials4U2 (January 19, 2009). Wario World E3 Trailer. YouTube. Retrieved June 16, 2019.