Stompillar

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Stompillar
Image of a Stompillar from the Nintendo Switch version of Super Mario RPG
A Stompillar from Super Mario RPG (Nintendo Switch)
First appearance Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars (1996)
Latest appearance Super Mario RPG (Nintendo Switch) (2023)

Stompillar (originally called Corkpedite) is a golem enemy in Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars, found in Barrel Volcano. Stompillars are immensely powerful creatures in battle, mostly due to their great physical attacks and defense. It is divided into two parts: a head (called the "Stompillar" itself in the game) and a body (named the "Body"). Both parts have separate health points, so Mario must defeat both parts to completely defeat the creature. The two parts share resistances and weakness, but the head has superior stats, because it is the one that actually attacks. Once the head is eliminated, the Body will use Migraine on one of Mario's party members. If the Body is defeated first, the head will defeat itself on its next turn. Lava Babbles and Urspikes are often fought alongside the creature in battle.

Stompillars can also be encountered outside of battle, unlike many large enemies in the game, though they are gray, their pieces are somewhat more compacted together, and they lack a Body. They can be seen knocking Urspikes from the ceiling by stomping the ground.

There is an unused enemy named Pile Driver who shares the same sprite as the Stompillar, only shaded blue.

Profiles and statistics[edit]

Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars[edit]

Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars enemy
Corkpedite
Battle idle animation of a Corkpedite from Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars HP 200 FP 100 Speed 5
Location(s) Barrel Volcano Attack 130 Magic attack 80
Role Common Defense 110 Magic defense 20
Bonus Flower Attack Up! (60%) Yoshi Cookie Crystalline Morph rate 25%
Evade 0% Magic evade 0% Spells Sand Storm
Weak Ice Strong Fire, Fear, Poison, Sleep, Mute Sp. attacks None
Coins 10 Exp. points 50 Items Fright Bomb (25%)
Psychopath "Off! FORGET IT!"
Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars enemy
Body
Battle idle animation of a Corkpedite's body from Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars HP 300 FP 100 Speed 5
Location(s) Barrel Volcano Attack 100 Magic attack 6
Role Common Defense 99 Magic defense 1
Bonus Flower Defense Up! (80%) Yoshi Cookie Mushroom Morph rate 100%
Evade 0% Magic evade 0% Spells None
Weak Ice Strong Fire, Fear, Poison, Sleep, Mute Sp. attacks Migraine (Alone)
Coins 0 Exp. points 30 Items None
Psychopath "......"

Super Mario RPG (Nintendo Switch)[edit]

Stompillar
Image of a Stompillar from the Nintendo Switch version of Super Mario RPG
HP 200
Exp. 50
Weak Elements Ice
Weak Statuses N/A
Drops Fright Bomb
Rare Drops N/A
Found In Barrel Volcano
Monster List profile
They give new meaning to the idea of stomping your feet in frustration.
Thought Peek
Ugh! SERIOUSLY?!
Animations
Body
Image of a Stompillar Body from the Nintendo Switch version of Super Mario RPG
HP 300
Exp. 30
Weak Elements Ice
Weak Statuses N/A
Drops N/A
Rare Drops N/A
Found In Barrel Volcano
Monster List profile
Because they don't touch the ground, they can't stamp along with their feet. It must be a frustrating feeling.
Thought Peek
...
Animations

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Names in other languages[edit]

Stompillar[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ジタンダ
Jitanda
A partial mutation of「地団駄を踏む」(jidanda o fumu, to stamp one's feet in frustration)

Chinese 踏地怪
Tàde Guài
Stomping Monster

Dutch Golemeritus
Portmanteau of "golem" and possibly "emeritus"
French Trépignator
Pun on "trépigner" (to stamp one's feet) and the Latin agentive suffix "-ator"
German Stampfstumpf
Stomp-Stump
Italian Podocefalo
Foothead; from "podo-" (Latin prefix for "footstalk") and "cefalo" (cephalus, meaning "head" in Latin)
Korean 발쿵쿵이
Balkungkung'i
Portmanteau of "발" (bal, foot) and "쿵쿵" (kung-kung, onomatopoeia for stomping), with Korean noun-forming suffix "~이" (-i)

Spanish Testapétrea
Stonehead

Body[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese からだ
Karada
ゴーレムのからだ[1]
Gōremu no Karada 1
Body

Golem's Body 1; presumably, the missing second one would have been for the unused variant

Chinese (simplified) 身体
Shēntǐ
Body

Chinese (traditional) 身體
Shēntǐ
Body

Dutch Lichaam
Body
French Tronc
Trunk
German Stampfrumpf
Stomp Body
Italian Corpo
Body
Korean
Mom
Body

Spanish Cuerpo
Body

Pile Driver[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ジダタンダー
Jidatandā
Partial repetition of「ジタンダ」(Jitanda, Corkpedite)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Super Mario RPG Final Edition, page 98.