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A Eekhammer Card in Paper Mario: Color Splash.
"Quickly whacks a single enemy with a hammer up to five times."
First appearance Paper Mario: Sticker Star (2012)
Latest appearance Paper Mario: Color Splash (2016)
“A hammer that really looks like a toy. Land up to five strikes for five times the annoyance. Squeaksqueaksqueak!”
Sticker Museum plaque, Paper Mario: Sticker Star

The Eekhammer is a type of Hammer attack that can be used in Paper Mario: Sticker Star and Paper Mario: Color Splash. It resembles a squeaky hammer toy, and, as the appearance implies, it squeaks when Mario hits an enemy with it. In both of its appearances, it can be used to hit a single enemy up to five times.


Paper Mario: Sticker Star[edit]

“If you're good, strikes a single foe many times.”
In-game description

The Eekhammer first appears in Paper Mario: Sticker Star as a common type of sticker. It is found commonly in the overworld, and can be bought in Decalburg for 5 coins. The action command is similar to that of the standard Jump sticker, hitting a singular enemy up to five times in a row. Several stronger variations exist, such as the Shiny Eekhammer.

They can be placed into the Sticker Museum in the No. 39 spot alongside its stronger variants. It has an attack rating of only one star.

Paper Mario: Color Splash[edit]

The Eekhammer reappears in Paper Mario: Color Splash, functioning the same way as it did in the previous game, now as a Battle Card. There are several variants, such as the Eekhammer x2 and the Big Eekhammer. It is available for sale in two forms — unpainted and painted. It costs 5 coins unpainted, while it costs 20 coins pre-painted.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ピコピコハンマー
Pikopiko Hanmā
A hammer-like toy made of rubber that produces a squeaking sound when hit

French (NOE) Martocouic
From "marteau" (hammer) and "couic" (squeak)
Italian Soffietto
Spanish (NOA) Martillo toing
Toing Hammer (toing being onomatopoeia for a squeaking sound)
Spanish (NOE) Marchillo
Portmanteau of martillo (hammer) and chillo (squeak)