Enemy Block

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Enemy Block
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First appearance Wario Land II (1998)
Latest appearance Wario Land 3 (2000)

Enemy Blocks are a special kind of blocks found in the Wario Land series. They are commonly featured throughout many levels and serve as obstacles, blocking Wario from accessing certain areas. These solid blocks cannot be destroyed by normal means. To break through them, the players have to pick up a stunned enemy or a portable object and throw them at the obstacles. The impact will then break the blocks, clearing the path for Wario to progress further.


Wario Land series[edit]

Wario Land II[edit]

Enemy Blocks appear in Wario Land II for the first time, where they are red in color and have an image of a Pirate Goom imprinted on them. Sometimes they can also be found hidden in walls or pillars.

Wario Land 3[edit]

Wario Land 3 also features Enemy Blocks, where they are pink blocks, this time imprinted with a symbol of a ball being thrown. Much like its predecessor, an object has to be thrown on them to break it, which Wario cannot do until he acquires the Grab Glove or Super Grab Glove power-up, as they allow Wario to carry an enemy or object.

Enemy Blocks appear in Out of the Woods, Bank of the Wild River, The Tidal Coast, A Town in Chaos, Beneath the Waves, The West Crater, The Big Bridge, The Steep Canyon, Cave of Flames, Above the Clouds, The Frigid Sea, Castle of Illusions, The Colossal Hole, The Warped Void, The East Crater, and Forest of Fear. Additionally, Desert Ruins, A Town in Chaos, The Big Bridge, Cave of Flames, Castle of Illusions, and The Colossal Hole contain terrain that behave like Enemy Blocks, in that an object has to be thrown at them to break them.