Dark Boo

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Dark Boo
Dark Boo SPM.png
Sprite from Super Paper Mario
First appearance Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (2004)
Latest appearance Super Paper Mario (2007)
Variant of Boo
Variants
Dark Dark Boo

Dark Boos are purple-colored Boos that appear in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, Super Paper Mario and Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time.

History[edit]

Paper Mario series[edit]

Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door[edit]

In Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, Dark Boos may be found only in the hidden spot of the Poshley Sanctum, and also in the Pit of 100 Trials on levels 51-59. Dark Boos have the same moves as their white counterparts, although they have more HP and attack power.

Super Paper Mario[edit]

In Super Paper Mario, Dark Boos can be found in Underwhere Road and in a few rooms of the Flipside Pit of 100 Trials. Here, they hide in 3-D, waiting for the player to walk by. Then, they flip to 2-D and sneak attack them. While in 3D, they act just like regular Boos, turning intangible when looked at and chasing the player when not. Shadowy versions of Dark Boos, called Dark Dark Boos, can be found in the Flopside Pit of 100 Trials.

Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time[edit]

Dark Boos reappear in Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time in the Gritzy Caves area, once again stronger than a normal Boo. A Dark Boo's only attack has it appear behind a brother and ram him, similar to their regular counterparts, albeit much faster. If it opens up its right eye, the attack is aimed at Mario. If it opens up its left eye, the attack is aimed at Luigi. If one of the Mario Bros. is attacked, the Dark Boo steals either a normal Item or a Bros. Item and will flee with the item on the next turn if not defeated quickly. They are usually encountered in large groups, rarely appearing alongside other enemies. Unlike the ones in the Paper Mario series, Dark Boos lack yellow eyes and the blue mouth/tongue. Their Japanese name implies that they are shyer than the normal Boos, and, thus, may not be the same enemy.

Statistics[edit]

Paper Mario series[edit]

Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door Enemy
Dark Boo
PMTTYD Dark Boo Sprite.png Max HP 8 Attack 5 Defense 0 Location(s) Poshley Sanctum, Pit of 100 Trials (Levels 51-59)
Sleep? 40% Dizzy? 100% Confuse? 40% Tiny? 85%
Stop? 40% Soft? 90% Burn? 100% Freeze? 40%
Fright? 40% Gale Force? 85% KO? 10% Moves Scare (5), Outta Sight (makes user or ally invisible for one turn), Float (makes user and all allies invulnerable to ground attacks)
Level 24 Exp. points 0 Coins 0 - 4 Items Dizzy Dial, Honey Syrup (drop only), Power Punch, Slow Shroom, Tasty Tonic (drop only), Thunder Rage, Volt Shroom (drop only)
Bestiary
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Log A creepy-looking Boo with high HP and Attack. Get it before it turns invisible!
Tattle That's a Dark Boo. Purple just looks... so wrong. These Boos are SO creepy. Max HP is 8, Attack is 5, and Defense is 0. Its HP and Attack are high, but they're just like ordinary Boos otherwise. So, just attack it like a normal Boo. Get it before it turns invisible!
Super Paper Mario Enemy
Dark Boo
SPMDarkBoo.png Max HP 13 Attack 2 Defense 0 Location(s) Underwhere Road (7-2), Flipside Pit of 100 Trials (Rooms 56, 62 and 85)
Score 700 Items Card Type Common Card Location(s) Card Shop; Catch Card/SP; Chapter 7-2: Found on a top-right platform of the second area with the Dark Boos and Underhands.
Card Description This ghastly ghost hates being stared at. Unlike other Boos, it will turn around in front of you.
  List of Catch Cards  
  92      93      94  
Tattle That's a Dark Boo. It likes the dark even more than other Boos... Max HP 13 and Attack is 2. When it sees someone, it gets in their face... I wonder...do you think it looks forward all day to startling people?

Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time[edit]

Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time Enemy
Dark Boo
PiT Dark Boo.gif HP 45 POW 57 Defense 54
Experience 20 Coins 6 Speed 39
Location(s) Gritzy Caves Battled by Anyone Item Drop Trampoline – 15%
1-Up Mushroom – 20%
Level           15 Notice: Stats in parentheses are from the Japanese and European versions (if they differ from the original American release).

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ダークテレサ (Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door)
Dāku Teresa
テレテレサ (Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time)
Tereteresa[1]
Dark Boo (shared with the Black Boo)

Shy Boo
Spanish Boo Oscuro Dark Boo
French Boo Noctal Nocturnal Boo
German Finster-Buu (Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door and Super Paper Mario)
Finsterbuu (Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time)
Dark Boo
Italian Boo Scuro Dark Boo
Korean 창피부끄 (Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time)
Changpibukkeu
다크부끄 (Super Paper Mario)
Dakeubukkeu
Shy Boo

Dark Boo

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