Calavera

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Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle Enemy
Calavera
MRKB Calavera Portrait.png
Health Points 1100
Area of Movement 4 Cells
Pipe Exit Range None
Chase Range None
Team Jump None
Dash None
Primary Weapon Grenaduck
100 DMG
Secondary Weapon
None
Primary Technique Scaredy Hero
Repels opponents
Secondary Technique Buckle Cover
Portable cover
Tertiary Technique
None
Shade Behind the Shield!
Splash screen featuring Calavera
“Shade Behind the Shield!”
Introductory Tagline

Calavera (Spanish for "skull") is the midboss of Spooky Trails in Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle. As his name suggests, he is an undead Rabbid with Day of the Dead attire, including an old top hat and an elaborate skull tattoo on the back of his head. He sits within a large, dilapidated wooden coffin, threaded with large, spiked vines that act as limbs. One vine carries Rabbid Yoshi for use as a weapon (although his portrait sprite depicts him holding a bomb instead), while another holds the coffin lid as a shield.

Calavera acts much like a Buckler, with his shield making him immune to weapon attacks from the front. His main attack involves him shaking and then squeezing Rabbid Yoshi, who then spits out a bomb at heroes. Any Mega Blocks caught in the blast will be damaged. He can also force heroes to move away from him with a massive scream. Altogether, he makes it difficult for the heroes to stay in cover, which can leave them vulnerable to Calavera or his backup, which includes Spooky Ziggies, Smashers, and Peek-a-Boos.

When defeated, Calavera falls into a nearby well, and Rabbid Yoshi shoots him repeatedly.

Trivia[edit]

  • If Calavera is fought with Rabbid Yoshi on the player's team, a normal Rabbid will replace him. However, this is disregarded when playing a challenge where at least one copy of Calavera is fought.
  • If Calavera is Burned, he will use his Rabbid captive's head to smother the flame on his bottom vine after he stops running around.
  • Calavera shares the same death sound with the Pirabbid Plant.
  • Calavera is referred to as "el Calavera." The correct Spanish word for skull is "la calavera," as "calavera" is a feminine word. "El calavera" is a slang term for a Casanova.