Chill Bully

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This article is about the unique enemy in Snowman's Land. For the species first seen in Lethal Lava Land, see Bully.
Chill Bully
Model of the Chill Bully from Super Mario 64 DS
Data-rendered model of Chill Bully in Super Mario 64 DS
First appearance Super Mario 64 (1996)
Latest appearance Super Mario 3D All-Stars (2020)
Variant of Bully
Big Bully
Notable members
Chief Chilly

The Chill Bully[1], also known generically as the Bully[2][3][4] or Big Bully[5], is a type of Bully found in Super Mario 64 and Super Mario 64 DS. Its appearance is much different from most Bullies, with a light blue body approximately the size of Big Bully and a single golden spike on the top of its head. It only appears in the 10th course, Snowman's Land.

In this level, the Bully walks around on an ice platform above a pool of extremely cold water; touching this water has similar effects to touching lava. When the Bully is defeated, it releases a Power Star.

Unlike other Bullies, Chill Bully can be defeated in the DS remake by having Yoshi obtain a Power Flower and using his fire breath to push it off the platform. This is most likely due to its icy nature.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese どんけつ[2]
Aisu Donketsu
Same as Bully

Ice Bully
French Voyou Bully
Italian Bronco di ghiaccio Ice Bully


  • A smaller counterpart of the Chill Bully exists in Super Mario 64's code, but it was not used in the final game. According to source assets, it was to be named ice_otos (or ice_otosu), while Chilly Bully was labeled as big_ice_otosu.


  1. ^ Super Mario 64 Player's Guide. Pages 89, 90, 92 (used interchangeably with "Bully")
  2. ^ a b Chill with the Bully
  3. ^ (February 24, 1998). Bully - (Course 10). Nintendo: Super Mario 64 Strategy (Internet Archive: Wayback Machine). Retrieved February 23, 2018.
  4. ^ Knight, Michael. Nintendo DS Pocket Guide. Page 301, 304.
  5. ^ Knight, Michael. Nintendo DS Pocket Guide. Page 301.
  6. ^ Shogakukan. 2015. Super Mario Bros. Hyakka: Nintendo Kōshiki Guidebook, Super Mario 64 section, page 85.