Chain Chomplet

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Chain Chomplet
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First appearance Super Mario Sunshine (2002)
Latest appearance Super Mario 3D All-Stars (2020)
Variant of Chain Chomp
Comparable
Mini Wanwan
“Oh my goodness! This is awful! Completely awful! My little darlings have nasty fevers and it's driving them mad! Normally, I grab their tails and spike them into the ground...but they're too hot to touch now! Ooh! It burns me up!”
Pianta, Super Mario Sunshine

Chain Chomplets, also referred to as Chain Chompers,[1] are young Chain Chomps (or relatives of them) that have only appeared in Super Mario Sunshine. They have a personality like older Chain Chomps, but look different. They make a noise that sounds like a puppy barking. Chain Chomplets are made up of two spherical sections with a collar dividing each part, unlike their older counterparts, which only have a head as their body. Also, their chains appear to also be their tails. They are of a silver color when permanently cooled off, orange when angry, and black when temporarily calmed by a barrel of water or FLUDD. The only known Chain Chomplets live in Pianta Village on Isle Delfino; a female bright red Pianta owns them. They leave a trail of burning goop when they are angry, and have small flames on their chains.

Chain Chomplets are in the first episode of Pianta Village, Chain Chomplets Unchained. In the episode, Mario has to calm down the fevered Chain Chomplets. To complete the episode the Chain Chomplets must be cooled off with FLUDD. Once this is done, their tails can be grabbed. Releasing the tail slingshots the Chain Chomplet, hopefully into the river where they will cool off completely. If the player waits too long, the Chain Chomplets will fire back up.

Chain Chomplets might be related to the Chain Chomp in Episode 4, which must be calmed and cooled in a similar fashion. Like the Chain Chomplets, this Chain Chomp's color changes when placed in a pool of water.

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Game File Name Meaning

Super Mario Sunshine firewanwan[2] Firewanwan Fire Chain Chomp

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese キャンキャン
Kyankyan
Japanese onomatopoeia for a puppy's yelping, also a play off「ワンワン」(Wanwan, Chain Chomp)
German Kettenhündchen Chain Chompy
Italian Categnetto Little/Baby Chain Chomp

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  1. ^ Loe, Casey. Super Mario Sunshine Perfect Guide. Page 98.
  2. ^ Super Mario Sunshine, internal filename root/data/scene/monte0.szs/scene/firewanwan