Bullet Bill Mask

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Bullet Bill Mask
SMM2 Bullet Bill Mask Sprite.png
Description
A mask the player can wear to don the appearance and abilities of a Bullet Bill.

First appearance

Super Mario Maker 2 (version 3.0.0) (2020)

The Bullet Bill Mask is an item in Super Mario Maker 2 added in the April 22, 2020 update, available only in the Super Mario 3D World style. It is a mask Mario, Luigi, Toad, or Toadette can wear to resemble a Bullet Bill and gain its abilities, similarly to the Goomba Mask. With the Bullet Bill Mask, the player can fly in a horizontal line for a short period of time (or indefinitely if used underwater), leaving a trail of colored smoke based on the corresponding character.

If the player crashes into a wall or an enemy they will lose the mask and gain damage invincibility but crashing into a wall will not count against a no damage restriction. If two players with Bullet Bill Masks crash into each other, they both lose their respective masks. In the underwater theme, the Bullet Bill Mask can still be used unlike other flight-related power-ups, although it travels slower.

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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ハリボテキラー[1]
Haribote Kirā
Papier-mâché Bullet Bill
Italian Maschera di Pallottolo Bill[2] Bullet Bill's Mask
Korean 흉내킬러
Hyungnae Killeo
Mimicking Killer
Chinese (Simplified) 纸糊炮弹刺客[3]
Zhǐhú Pàodàncìkè
Paste Paper Bullet Bill
Chinese (Traditional) 紙糊炮彈刺客[4]
Zhǐhú Pàodàncìkè
Paste Paper Bullet Bill

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nintendo (April 20, 2020). スーパーマリオメーカー 2 アップデート Ver.3.0. YouTube. Retrieved on April 22, 2020.
  2. ^ NintendoItalia (April 21, 2020). Super Mario Maker 2 - Modalità "Crea un mondo", Bowserotti e nuovi elementi! (Nintendo Switch). YouTube. Retrieved on April 23, 2020.
  3. ^ Nintendo (April 21, 2020). 《 Super Mario Maker 2 (超级马力欧创作家 2) 》更新数据 Ver.3.0.0 介绍视频 Youku. Retrieved April 22, 2020.
  4. ^ Nintendo (April 20, 2020). 《Super Mario Maker 2 (超級瑪利歐創作家 2) 》更新資料Ver.3.0.0介紹影片 YouTube. Retrieved April 22, 2020.