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Screenshot of Caresawayan from WarioWare: Move It!
Species Human
First appearance WarioWare: Move It! (2023)
“Yes. YES! I have created...the future of art!”
Caresawayan, WarioWare: Move It!

The Caresawayan is a supporting character that appears in WarioWare: Move It! He is a caveman from the prehistoric era that lived on Caresaway Island and drew the mural art that can be seen in Underarm Jungle.

The Caresawayan appears in the "A Curious Case of Cave Art" stage. When Dr. Crygor uses the Time Obliterator 5.0 to go back in time to discover the species behind one of the drawings, he, Penny and Mike see the Caresawayan feeling down about not finding anything interesting to draw, when he then sees the trio and gets struck with artistic inspiration, making them pose for him for his art. Throughout the stage, Crygor, Penny and Mike will make various poses for the Caresawayan.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese バリオモロンじん
Bariomoron Jin
Derivation of「バリオモロ」(Bariomoro, Caresaway) +「人」(jin, person)
Chinese (Simplified) 贝利尤易斯人
Bèilì Yóuyìsī Rén
Caresaway Person
Chinese (Traditional) 貝利尤易斯人
Bèilì Yóuyìsī Rén
Caresaway Person
Dutch Relaxiër From "Relaxië" (Caresaway) and possibly the suffix for inhabitants "-er"
French Funagogotien From "Funagogo" (Caresaway) and possibly "-ien" (a noun-forming suffix equivalent to "-ian")
German Patipatianer From "Pati-Pati" (Caresaway) and "-aner" (a Norwegian Bokmål noun-forming suffix that relates to people)
Italian Solospassoso From "Solospasso" (Caresaway) and the adjective-deriving suffix "-oso"
Korean 빅재미인
Bigjaemi In
Caresaway Person
Spanish (NOA) Bullanguero From "Bullanga" (Caresaway) and the adjective-forming suffix "-ero"
Spanish (NOE) Solazano From "Solaz" (Caresaway) and the adjective-deriving suffix "-ano"