Devil's Head

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Not to be confused with Demon Head.
Devil's Head
Image of Devil's Head
Artwork of the Devil's Head from Perfect Ban Mario Character Daijiten
First appearance Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3 (1994)

The Devil's Head[1] is a member of the Brown Sugar Pirates in Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3. He is the leader of Stove Canyon and is the fourth boss in the game. The Devil's Head is a giant boss whose fighting style revolves around breaking blocks with his tongue, trying to get Wario to fall into a chasm, and spitting rocks. The Devil's Head is immune to fire, coins, and Ground Pounds, but the rubble his attacks leave behind are picked up by Wario and thrown at him to defeat him.

Profiles and statistics[edit]

Perfect Ban Mario Character Daijiten[edit]

種族 ゴースト族
性格 怒りっぽい
登場ゲーム ランド3

Devil's Head
Tribe: Ghost clan
Disposition: Quick to take offense
Game appearances: Land 3
The boss of Stove Canyon is here.
Devil's Head has a hannya-like, frightening face. Its size is probably four times that of Wario's entire body. It is a powerful boss, twitching its nose, spewing out rocks, and sticking out its thick tongue to smash the ground.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese フンフン[3][2]
An onomatopoeic term for sniffling nose



  1. ^ Campbell, Stuart. Game Boy Game Secrets, 1999 Edition Prima's Official Strategy Guide. Page 96.
  2. ^ a b 「パーフェクト版 マリオキャラクター大事典」 (Perfect Ban Mario Character Daijiten), page 196.
  3. ^ Kazuki, Motoyama. KC Mario Vol. 24: Super Mario Land 3 Part 1. Pages 6-7.
  4. ^ Page 196 of Perfect Ban Mario Character Daijiten states of Funfun: 「般若のようなろしいをもつフンフン。」 (Funfun has a hannya-like, frightening face.)
  5. ^ Nintendo Magazine System (AU) Issue #16, page 18. "Open wide! This ugly gargoyle uses its tongue to peck away the floor tiles! It has rotten bad breath too! Wario is pressed to defeating the boss before it leaves him with nothing to stand on whatsoever!"
  6. ^ Club Nintendo (Italy) Numero 4 - 1994, page 21. "...e adesso presentiamo il primo premio per quello che assomiglia di più a Dhalsim..." (...and now we present the first prize for the one most resembling Dhalsim...)