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Buzzar is an optional boss encountered in Paper Mario. He resides in a nest at the end of Mt. Rugged with a brood of eggs. Buzzar appears as a large vulture, and his name comes from "buzzard", a term used to refer to North American vultures. He speaks with an American Southern accent, using words like "yer" instead of "you're". In the German version of the game, he speaks with a Bavarian accent.
Buzzar is hired by Bowser to stop Mario from crossing Mt. Rugged's bridge. Starting during Chapter 2, each time Mario attempts to cross, Buzzar will stop Mario for questioning. Mario can claim to be himself, Princess Peach or Luigi. If Mario is honest, Buzzar attacks him and a battle commences; if Mario says he's Princess Peach, Buzzar scoffs at the notion and attacks him anyway. However, if Mario claims to be Luigi, Buzzar isn't sure of his identity and looks to the bounty poster for a moment. Ultimately, he lets Mario pass, due to taking Bowser's orders literally and not wanting to chance stopping someone else by accident. This can be done as many times as the player likes.
If Buzzar is fought and defeated, Buzzar flees over the edge of the mountain and is not seen for the rest of the game. Regardless of whether he is fought or not, Buzzar is seen in the ending credits, at which points his chicks are shown hatching from their eggs.
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