Damage Dodge

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Damage Dodge
Damage Dodge Badge.png Sprite of the Damage Dodge badge in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door.
BP needed 3/2
Sell price 75 Coins
First appearance Paper Mario (2000)
Latest appearance Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (2004)
Paper Mario description If you do the action command, decreases Mario's damage by 1.
The Thousand-Year Door description Decrease damage by 1 with a Guard Action Command.

Damage Dodge is a badge in Paper Mario and Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. In Paper Mario, it is found at Mt. Rugged, hidden in an alcove in a small hill, and can be bought from Rowf's Badge Shop after Chapter 5 for 150 coins. In Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, it can be found in the Rogueport Sewers, in the area right before the entrance to the Boggly Woods, bought from the Lovely Howz of Badges after Chapter 4 for 150 coins, or rarely dropped by Bob-ombs, Bulky Bob-ombs, and Red Chomps. If it is equipped by Mario, it increases the amount of damage that he can block through his Guard by one. Its effects stack if multiple copies of it are equipped. In Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, it was slightly weakened: the decreased damage when Mario successfully executes a Guard is now a direct increase to Mario's Defense, so it will be bypassed by enemy attacks that pierce Defense.

Drop rates[edit]

Badge Rates in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
Sprite of the Damage Dodge badge in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door.
Damage Dodge
Roll over Rate types for descriptions, and dotted-lined rates to show percentages out of 100.
Enemy Hold Rate Drop Rate
Bob-omb 0/200 1/300
Bob-omb (Glitz Pit, Bob-omb Squad) 0/200 1/300
Bulky Bob-omb 0/200 2/300
Red Chomp 2/200 1/300
Red Chomp (Glitz Pit, Chomp Country) 2/200 1/300

Merluvlee's predictions in Paper Mario[edit]

  • "I see...a Damage Dodge Badge. It is for sale at the open-air shop in the plaza outside the castle gate."
  • "I see...a Damage Dodge Badge. It's on Mt. Rugged, in the direction opposite the desert. You can see the treasure chest but don't know how to reach it. You enter the small cave and walk to the left up a hidden, sloped path. At the top of the slope is the treasure chest you seek."

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ナイスデボウギョ
Naisu de Bōgyo
Defend by Nice
Chinese 减少伤害勋章
Jiǎnshǎo Shānghài Xūnzhāng
Hurt Decrease Badge
French Esquiv'dégâts Dodge Damage
German Ausweicher Dodger
Italian In Guardia En guarde
Spanish Eludir Daño Evade Damage