Crawful

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Crawful
MLBISBJJCrawfulIdle.gif
First appearance Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story (2009)
Latest appearance Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr.'s Journey (2018)
A Crawful chasing the duo

A Crawful is a crocodilian enemy who stands on two feet and possesses Fawful's glasses and teeth. They are encountered above ground and underwater in Blubble Lake in the game Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story. In the overworld, they will start the battle by chasing the player while gnashing their teeth. During battle, they use objects to attack. When a Crawful uses a banana peel, it will slide into the player, causing damage. Alternatively, they can attack by tripping over a rock, creating a shockwave. If Bowser manages to hit the enemy while tripping over the rock, it will smack into another foe (unless there are no other foes), causing both of them damage. If Bowser does not hit the Crawful, the shockwave may also give Bowser the Trip status and flip Bowser on his shell unless he is doing a shell defense. Crawfuls can also eat a large bean to recover 60 HP.

If Bowser uses the Vacuum Block on this enemy, the Crawful's teeth will be sucked away and consumed by Bowser (boosting his defense). After this, when it tries to eat a bean, the item pops back out from between the reptile's toothless gums. The bean then flies across the screen and disappears, eventually coming back on the other side of screen and hitting the Crawful, making it dizzy for four turns.

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Mario and Luigi can also fight these large reptiles when they travel through Blubble Lake. While their tactics are the same, since Mario and Luigi can not remove their teeth, the Crawful will always be able to restore health with its bean. However, each of its attacks have to be dodged differently by the bros. When it goes to trip over a rock, Mario and Luigi must note where the Crawful is at. If its near a bro, that bro. must jump first to avoid the shockwave, then the next. If it is at the middle, the Bros. have to jump at the same time. When the Crawful attempts to trip on a banana peel towards a bro., the player needs to check which brother the Crawful is near, and have them counter it with the Hammer.

They also appear in the battle with the Tower of Yikk, where they throw a Fawful bomb at Bowser. He must punch the bomb and aim for the body of the tower. Crawfuls are the only enemies found underwater in Blubble Lake.

Bowser can use the Vacuum Block to inhale a Blitty from Crawfuls.

In Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr.'s Journey, they no longer chase Mario and Luigi in the overworld, and only one Crawful can be encountered if they battle them. They are additionally found as enemies in the Bowser Jr.'s Journey mode.

Profiles and statistics[edit]

Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story / Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr.'s Journey[edit]

Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story Enemy
Crawful
Crawful.gif HP 173 (260) POW 149 (373) DEF 85 (128) SPEED 59 (89) Coins 45 (68)
Level 25 Fire Half Burn? Normal Battled by Anyone Location(s) Blubble Lake
Dizzy? Normal Stat Down? Normal KO? Normal Experience 170 Item Drop TNT Drumstick - 5%
Excellent Ring - 20%
Notice: The second set of numbers next to the enemy's HP, POW, DEF, SPEED and Coins are stat increases from the Challenge Medal accessory; a 50% increase for HP, DEF, SPEED and Coins earned, and a 150% increase for POW.
Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr.'s Journey Enemy
Crawful
MLBISBJJCrawfulIdle.gif HP: 173 POW: 180 DEF: 84 SPEED: 50 Experience: 170
Fire: Weak Jump: Normal Hammer: Normal Battled by: Anyone Coins: 45
Burn: 1x Dizzy: 2x Stat Down: 2x Speed down: 1x Item Drop: Fiery Drumstick - 30%
Excellent Ring - 20%
Level:           15 Location(s): Blubble Lake
  • Bowser Jr.'s Journey profile: A creature with a strange, boisterous laugh. The power of its full body strike is nothing to giggle at.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ゲタゲター
Getagetā
From Gerakobittsu, Fawful's Japanese name, and English "alligator".
Spanish (NOA) Crawful Crawful
Spanish (NOE) Crócovitz From Fawful's Spanish (European) name, Grácovitz and Cocodrilo, meaning crocodile.
French (NOA) Crocoffreux From Fawful's French (American) name, Faffreux and Crocodile, meaning crocodile.
French (NOE) Gracodile From Fawful's French (European) name, Gracowitz and Crocodile, meaning crocodile.
German Krankodil From Fawful's German name, Krankfried and Krokodil, meaning crocodile.
Italian Coccoghigno From Fawful's Italian name, Sogghigno, and Coccodrillo, meaning crocodile.