Chomp Country

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Chomp Country
The Chomp Country
“ARF! ARF! ARF! ARF! ARF!”
Chomp Country, Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door

Chomp Country (a.k.a. The Red Ore Fear Orbs) is a fighting group found in Glitzville during the events of Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. It is composed of two Red Chomps. They are notable for being the highest ranked fighters who fight as a team. Like most Chain Chomps, they can only communicate by barking. Chomp Country is ranked in second place in the Glitz Pit, behind The Koopinator and above Hamma, Bamma, and Flare. Once Mario defeats them, they drop down into third place. After Mario leaves, Chomp Country reclaims second place. These are the only Red Chomps found during the main quest, only appearing elsewhere in the Pit of 100 Trials.

Before Mario faces them, a Cake will be given to him by Jolene by a "fan". If Mario allows his partner to eat the cake, it will cause them to become sick, and subsequently make Mario fight alone. Once the battle is over, his partner will be up and moving again, apologizing for missing the battle. If they avoid eating the cake, as soon as the battle is over, Shellshock will have eaten the cake, causing him to be on the ground ill.

Statistics[edit]

Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door enemy
Red Chomp
Red Chomp.png Max HP 6 Attack 5 Defense 3
Location(s) Glitz Pit, Pit of 100 Trials (Levels 53-55, 58, 59) Role Common Level 24
Sleep? 0% Dizzy? 65% Confuse? 65%
Tiny? 90% Stop? 70% Soft? 95%
Burn? 0% Freeze? 70% Fright? 45%
Gale Force? 30% KO? 95% Moves Chomp (5)
Exp. points 0 Coins 3 - 4 Items Power Punch
Tattle Log #:
90
Log A red, brutal Chain-Chomp. Attack and Defense are high. Rumor has it that it's so angry because someone painted it red while it was sleeping...
Tattle That's a Red Chomp. It's a rabid, red, biting, chewing, chomping fool! Max HP is 6, Attack is 5, and Defense is 3. Its attacks are so powerful, we could be in a world of hurt if we don't beat it fast! ...Which is why it's really, REALLY lame that its Defense is so high. Its HP is pretty low, though, so items and special moves might just work... Just look at that color! Think someone painted it after it fell asleep at a party?

Names in other languages[edit]

Chomp Country[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese バーストワンワン[1]
Bāsuto Wanwan
Burst Chain Chomps

Chinese 暴跳汪汪
Bàotiào Wāngwāng
Jumping Chain Chomps

Dutch De Stomp-Chomps
The Stomp-Chomps
French SnapCrunch
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German Feuer-Chomps
Fire Chomps
Italian Le Zanne Assetate
The Thirsty Fangs
Korean 버스트멍멍이
Beoseuteu Meongmeong'i
Burst Chain Chomps

Spanish Sangui y Juela
Pun on sanguijuela ("bloodsucker")

The Red Ore Fear Orbs[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese きょうふの赤いてっきゅう[1]
Kyōfu no Akai Tekkyū
The Red Iron Balls of Fear

Chinese (simplified) 恐怖的赤红铁球
Kǒngbù de Chìhóng Tiěqiú
The Terrifying Red Iron Balls

Chinese (traditional) 恐怖的赤紅鐵球
Kǒngbù de Chìhóng Tiěqiú
The Terrifying Red Iron Balls

Dutch De Rode Nachtmerrie
The Red Nightmare
French Croqueurs terrifiants
Terrifying Crunchers
German Die roten Stahlkugeln
The red Steel Balls
Italian Il terrore vestito di rosso
The red-wearing terror(s)
Korean 공포의 빨간 철구
Gongpo-ui Ppalgan Cheolgu
Red Iron Balls of Fear

Spanish La furia desatada, la ambición sin límites
The unleashed fury, the limitless ambition

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door From Japanese to English. The Mushroom Kingdom. Retrieved January 4, 2015.