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Super Mario RPG enemy
Sprite of Ding-A-Ling, from Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars.
Location(s) Gate
HP 1200
Attack 180
Magic attack 20
Defense 120
Magic defense 50
Speed 10
Spells Dark Star
Sp. attacks S'crow Bell, Doom Reverb, Spore Chimes, Fear Roulette
Items None
Exp. points 30
Coins 0
Misc. stats
FP 100
Evade 0%
Magic evade 0%
Strong Fear, Poison, Sleep, Mute, Critical
Weak Thunder
Bonus Flower None
Yoshi Cookie None
Morph rate 0%
"Wake up sleepy heads!"
“Wake up sleepy heads!”
Ding-A-Ling, Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars

Ring-a-Ding, originally known as Ding-A-Ling, is a pair of small bell-like creatures and a member of the Smithy Gang in Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars and its remake.

Mario and his allies encounter Ring-a-Ding in Smithy's Factory. They, along with Count Down, guard an early part of the factory.

Ring-a-Ding can attack physically or use special moves, such as Dark Star, which is similar to the special attack used by Mallow, but targets a single character for high damage, Doom Reverb, which casts Mute against a single character and Fear Roulette, which KOs a party member at random. It can also chant "Time is marching on!" which will cause Count Down to skip ahead hours.

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Super Mario RPG (Nintendo Switch)[edit]

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HP 1200
Exp. 30
Weak Elements Lightning
Weak Statuses N/A
Drops N/A
Rare Drops N/A
Found In Weapon World
Monster List profile
The morning bell (right) and the evening bell (left) come together to form a single Ring-a-Ding. They're watching around the clock to startle oversleepers awake.
Thought Peek
Wake up, everyone. It's morning.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese リンリン
Japanese onomatopoeia for a bell's jingling; may involve「鈴」(rin, "bell" in the on'yomi reading)
French (NOA) Dingue dong From "dingue" (crazy) and "ding dong" (onomatopoeia for a bell ringing)
French (NOE) Ding dingue From "ding dong" (onomatopoeia for a bell ringing) and "dingue" (crazy)
German Klingelinger From "Klingeling" (onomatopoeia for a bell ringing)
Italian Dling Ling Onomatopoeia for bell's jingling
Korean 딸랑딸랑
Korean onomatopoeia for a bell's jingling
Spanish Tilintín Portmanteau of "tilín" and "tin" (onomatopoeias for a bell ringing)