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Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle enemy
Bwaluigi Portrait
Health Points 1000
Area of Movement 4 Cells
Pipe Exit Range 2 Cells
Chase Range 4 Cells
Team Jump None
Dash None
Primary Weapon Melee
135 DMG
Secondary Weapon
Primary Technique Magnet Dance
Draws opponents
Secondary Technique
Tertiary Technique
Corrupt Caricatures!
Bwario & Bwaluigi splash screen from Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle
Splash screen featuring Bwaluigi

Bwaluigi is a notable enemy in Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle. As his name suggests, he is similar to Waluigi, with similar height, cap, and clothes, although he is bulky rather than skinny, even more so than his ally Bwario. His artwork incorrectly depicts him with bright blue overalls; however, in the game itself he wears the proper blackish blue-colored overalls.

Bwaluigi appears in the Lava Pit, apparently summoned by the Megabug to stop the heroes' advance on Bowser's Castle. He is fought twice (outside challenges); the first time alongside the weaker Bwario, and the second time alongside both Bwario and the Lava Queen.

Bwaluigi behaves much like a Smasher; charging at the heroes (both on his turn and after being attacked with ranged weapons) in an attempt to hit them with the large red pipe he uses as a bludgeon. This can also inflict the Honey status on a critical, leading to heroes being stuck next to him, allowing him to hit them multiple times. Bwaluigi also has the same sounds as a Smasher. In addition to significantly more HP than most enemies (and even some bosses), Bwaluigi can force characters towards him (similar to Rabbid Mario's Magnet Dance), possibly making them vulnerable to attack (even more vulnerable if Bwario's Villain Sight is active and he's near Bwaluigi). He and all of his allies must be defeated to claim victory, except during the Lava Pit's secret level Clandestine Cave, where instead, only he, Bwario and the Lava Queen must be defeated (together known as the "Bwa Trio").


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Russian Ба-а-алуиджи
Spanish Bwaluigi -