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Not to be confused with Condrop.
Custom render of Condart from Super Mario Bros. Wonder
Rendered game model of Condart
First appearance Super Mario Bros. Wonder (2023)

Condarts are enemies appearing in Super Mario Bros. Wonder. They are small yellow birds with a red face, stubby black feet, and a huge beak with a black tip. Their English name comes from "condor" and "dart".[1]

Condarts are merely seen flying in one spot until they spot the player. Their attack method is to swoop at the player whenever they notice them, in a similar way to birds from the Wario Land series, though they will get their beak stuck in place if they fly into a wall, similar to Conkdors. As their beak is stuck, they struggle to pull themselves out of the wall. When they eventually do pop out, they slowly fly back to their original location. They can also destroy Brick Blocks.[2]


Additional names[edit]

Internal names[edit]

Game File Name Meaning

Super Mario Bros. Wonder Model/EnemyMerikondoru.bfres.zs Merikondoru Romanization of Japanese name
Super Mario Bros. Wonder Pack/Actor/EnemyMeriCondor.pack.zs MeriCondor Transliteration of Japanese name

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese メリコンドル
Portmanteau of「めり込む」(merikomu, "to get stuck in") and "condor"; similar to Conkdor

Chinese (simplified) 深陷鸟
Shēnxiàn Niǎo
Sinking Bird

Chinese (traditional) 深陷鳥
Shēnxiàn Niǎo
Sinking Bird

Dutch Condart
French Pikdor
Portmanteau of piquer ("to sting") and "condor"
German Spießerich
From spießen ("to skewer") and -rich (German noun-deriving suffix for male animals)
Italian Attaccondor
Portmanteau of attaccare ("to attack") and "condor"
Korean 콱콘도르
Portmanteau of "콱콱" (kwak-kwak, onomatopoeia for thrusting noise) and "condor"; similar to Conkdor

Portuguese Tucanataca
Portmanteau of tucano ("toucan") and atacar ("to attack")
Russian Втукан
Play on тукан (tukan, "toucan") and втыкать (vtykat, "to stick in")

Spanish Tucante
Portmanteau of tucán ("toucan") and atacante ("attacker")