Clumph

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Superstar Saga Enemy
Clumph
Clumph.png
Location(s) Joke's End
Level 34
HP 200 (150)
POW 120-130 (106-120)
Defense 50 (102)
Speed 70
Experience 100 (120)
Coins 8 (30)
Item Drop 1-Up Super – 22.58% (Golden Mushroom - 12.9%)
None – 0% (Max Mushroom - 29.03%)
More
Fire Normal
Thunder Normal
Jump Normal
Hammer Normal
Hand Normal
Stun? 60%
Burn? 60%
Stat Down? 100%
Notice
  • Stats in parentheses are from the Japanese version (if they differ from the original American and European stats).
  • Stats in gray are only found in the game's coding and are not available during "normal" gameplay.

Clumphs are a caveman-like enemy that appear in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga. Clumphs do not appear in the overworld, only in battle alongside Glurps, Ice Snifits, and Scaratroopeas within Joke's End.

Clumphs use three different attacks; the first attack consists of smashing the ground with their club, triggering a quick yellow shockwave that deals small damage, similar to Queen Bean's. The second "attack" is a burp that charges up for the third technique, which is actually a variant of the first one: a slow purple shockwave appears, dealing severe damage if not avoided. Before unleashing the third attack, a part of the Clumph's body will flash yellow, and the flashing part will determine the purple shockwave's size. If the head flashes, the shockwave will be medium-sized; if the body flashes, the shockwave will be small; if the feet flash, the shockwave will be very big.

Clumphs appear to wear a wig; if the Firebrand technique is used against them, the toupee sometimes burns, in which case the Clumps flee the battle.

The Protobatter and Pwallops from Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story have similar attacks to Clumphs.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ゲンジン
Genjin
Cavemen
Spanish Primifabe Pun on primitivo (primitive) and fabe (bean).
French Primitos Pun on primitif, meaning "primitive".
German Urmensch Prehistoric Human
Italian Clavotto From clava (club) with the suffix -otto, meaning "small".