Fawfulcopter

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Bowser's Inside Story Enemy
Fawfulcopter
Fawfulcopter.gif
Location(s) Bowser Path
Battled by Mario and Luigi
Level 8
HP 32 (48)
POW 38 (95)
DEF 24 (36)
SPEED 37 (56)
Fire Normal
Burn? Normal
Dizzy? Normal
Stat Down? Normal
KO? Normal
Experience 40
Coins 20 (30)
Item Drop Super Mushroom - 5%
Notice
  • The second set of numbers next to the enemy's HP, POW, DEF, SPEED and Coins are stat increases from the Challenge Medal accessory; a 50% increase for HP, DEF, SPEED and Coins earned, and a 150% increase for POW.

Fawfulcopters are UFO-like enemies that appear in Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story. They resemble Fawful, and they have a top section with Fawful eyes and a saucer bottom.

Fawful also communicates with Bowser via Fawfulcopter at various points in the game, via a mouth that comes out of the bottom on a rod. As such, Fawfulcopters often appear during cutscenes when Bowser is being controlled. They also appear in Princess Peach's Castle, and hold keys which open certain doors in the castle.

In battle, Bowser can inhale them, and Mario and Luigi can fight them. In lieu of an attack, they flash a red light, which summons more enemies when fighting with Bowser; if inhaled, the alarm is effectively disabled. The Fawfulcopter doesn't have any attacks but it can escape Bowser's body if Mario and Luigi don't destroy it in two turns.

Later on in the game when Bowser reaches Peach's Castle, he has to chase three Fawfulcopters each holding a key that unlocks a room in the castle. Once Bowser catches one, it flees and gives up the key.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ゲラパト
Gerapato
From Fawful's Japanese name, Gerakobits, and pato, an abbreviation for the English word patrol.
Spanish (NOA) Fawfulcóptero From Fawful and "helicóptero" (helicopter)
Spanish (NOE) Patrúcovitz From Patrulla (Patrol) and Grácovitz (Fawful's Spanish European name)
French (NOA) Faffreuxcoptère From "Faffreux", Fawful's French-Canadian name, and hélicoptère (helicopter)
Italian Ghignallarme From "ghigno" (grin) and "allarme" (alarm)