Chincho

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Chincho
Chincho Icon SMO.png
First appearance Super Mario Odyssey (2017)
Latest appearance Minecraft: New Nintendo 3DS Edition (2018)
Variant of Tostarenan
A group of Chinchos.

A Chincho is an undead enemy species encountered in Super Mario Odyssey; they can be found in the Sand Kingdom, Wooded Kingdom, Seaside Kingdom, Ruined Kingdom, and Mushroom Kingdom. They are short, mummy-type enemies, with a skull for a head, and their eyes in the shape of stars; as such, they are undead dark purple Tostarenans, as proven by their Japanese name, despite already being skeletal. They appear mainly in dark areas such as sub-areas, so they generally are not present during the daytime. They will rise out from underneath the ground, usually in large groups. To defeat them, Mario must jump on them; if they only receive a hit from Cappy, they are stunned shortly and reheal the damage after a short time. They can also be defeated if charged at while riding Jaxi, or capturing a Chargin' Chuck.

The enemy appears in the Knucklotec rematch in the Mushroom Kingdom. They appear from the ground when Knucklotec launches his fist at Mario.

Concept and creation[edit]

Concept art of the final design of a Chincho.

The Chinchos were designed with slightly different eyes compared to those of the Tostarenans.[1] The concept art reveals that they are meant to be dark purple-colored Tostarenans covered by bandages.

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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese Mummy[2]
(internal)
古代アッチーニャ人[3]
Kodai Acchīnya-jin
Mummy

Ancient Tostarenan
German Mumienmatz From "Mumie" (mummy) and "Matz" (little cute boy)
Italian Bendalito Combination of "Benda" (Bandage) and an ancient greek word "Lytós" meaning "Decomporsi" (Decompose)
Russian Чинчо
Chincho
Chincho
Korean 미라
Mira
Mummy

Trivia[edit]

  • In the Super Mario Mash-Up Pack in Minecraft, Drowned are replaced by Chinchos.

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