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Corporal Paraplonk is a red-shelled Koopa Paratroopa who wears green shoes and a red bucket on his head. He is one of Bowser's minions in Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story and Mario & Luigi: Dream Team. He is usually seen in the company of Private Goomp and Sergeant Guy. In Mario & Luigi: Dream Team, it is revealed that the trio dream of one day bossing around Kamek and Bowser.
Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story
He is first seen with Private Goomp and Sergeant Guy in Dimble Wood. After meeting up with Bowser, the trio launch a Banzai Bill at Bowser's Castle, which was occupied by Fawful. When the castle retaliates, Bowser faces it in his Giant form, at which point Paraplonk flies up and teaches Bowser how to attack.
Later, at the safe underneath Bowser's Castle, Corporal Paraplonk and his companions help Bowser locate the safe that holds the Star Cure that the Koopa King is after. However, when Bowser opens the safe, the three push Bowser inside, revealing that they had been bribed by Fawful since he last saw them.Corporal Paraplonk was seen again right after the closing credits, where the minions ask Bowser for forgiveness. Granting it, he then orders them to resume their duties and help repair the castle.
Mario & Luigi: Dream Team
In Mario & Luigi: Dream Team, it is revealed that Corporal Paraplonk was promoted along with his associates to Bowser's Royal Guard. His bucket is now black in color with a Bowser emblem on it. They travel with Bowser to Pi'illo Island to find Princess Peach. Corporal Paraplonk helps Kamek disguise as Princess Peach forming a lower section of the disguise. The trio are also fought in a boss battle as the Elite Trio.
After their defeat, Kamek demotes Paraplonk and the others to janitors and sends them back to the castle. After Bowser himself was defeated, he and his minions leave Pi'illo Island. While angry at his loss, Bowser blames Antasma and merely states that Corporal Paraplonk, Private Goomp and Sergeant Guy did pretty good by their usual standards, much to their joy.
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