Enemy Block

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Enemy Block
Block that can only be broken with thrown enemies in Wario Land II. Block that can only be broken with thrown objects in Wario Land 3.
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.

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Wario Land series[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 II's successor Wario Land 3 also features Enemy Blocks, though they are now bright pink and sport a different symbol. Also, they can not be broken before Wario obtains the Red Glove, since he cannot pick up any enemy until then.

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