Bundt

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Super Mario RPG Enemy
Bundt
Bundt.jpg
Location(s) Marrymore
HP 900
Attack 65
Magic Attack 25
Defense 10
Magic Defense 50
Speed 16
Spells Diamond Saw, Blizzard
Sp. Attacks Lulla-Bye, "Glowing Shot"
Items None
Exp. points 25
Coins 0
              Misc. stats
FP 100
Evade 0%
Magic Evade 0%
Strong Fire, Thunder, Ice, Fear, Poison, Sleep, Critical
Weak Jump
Bonus Flower None
Yoshi Cookie None
Morph Rate 0%
Psychopath
"Congratulations."

Bundt is an oversized living wedding cake found in the game Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars. Chef Torte and his apprentice have baked a cake for Booster and Princess Toadstool's wedding ceremony. However, Mario interrupts the wedding and rescues Toadstool, angering Chef Torte. Chef Torte and his apprentice then attack Mario and his allies. During this fight, Bundt is the only object that can be damaged. After taking several hits, Bundt starts to move. Chef Torte's apprentice tells his master this, but Chef Torte ignores him. When Bundt moves a second time, however, and Chef Torte and his apprentice retreat. Meanwhile, Mario and his allies must defeat Bundt by extinguishing all five of Bundt's candles with physical attacks before hitting Bundt itself. Bundt can relight one candle each time it attacks, however, and it can attack multiple times in one turn. After being defeated, Bundt's top layers disappear, leaving the base layer, Raspberry, to fight Mario.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ストロベリー
Sutoroberī
Strawberry

Trivia[edit]

  • Bundt is named after a bundt cake, despite it being a wedding cake rather than a bundt cake.
  • Only Bundt's lower half is seen before battle, using Raspberry's sprite.
  • The Steak from Paper Mario: Color Splash is similar to Bundt, as they are both food-based bosses fought after a minigame, and are eaten after they are defeated.
  • The Chuckolator is also similar to Bundt, as both are consumable bosses that both come to life by the people who created them.
    • Also both bosses are eaten/drank by the people who wanted/needed it.