- Not to be confused with Fleeper.
|First appearance||Super Paper Mario (2007)|
- “No toilet paper here, amore! ♪
I wait 100 yeeeears, amore! ♪
What for, what for, amore? ♪ ”
- —Fleep, Super Paper Mario
Fleep's powers let him flip the background. His name is even a pun on the word "flip", and his appearance is that of a retractable roll-up window shade, complete with a pull string. Fleep's ability to reverse a section of the screen at will can be used to phase hidden objects from one dimension into the one the player is currently in. Whenever a sparkling rift is seen, Fleep can check whatever is behind it. The ability to reveal hidden objects to the player is similar to Flurrie's powers in the previous Paper Mario game, Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. His flipping ability can be used to stun enemies, confusing them into submission for a short while. This effect can also be used on projectile attacks, rendering them harmless. If used on a Mr. I or a Red I, he can directly defeat them, because they flip and get confused.
When the player first meets Fleep, he is in an outhouse on Planet Blobule. The player must then retrieve him some paper so he can "clean up", and the three heroes eventually acquire the Ancient Clue paper from Blappy for this purpose. After Fleep comes out of the outhouse, he pledges himself to Mario's team. He likes to sing while on the toilet, and speaks with an Italian accent.
Because Fleep's powers act only on the background, he is the only Pixl who cannot be used in 3D.
- Card Type: Rare
- Card Description: This flippy Pixl is really good at finding hidden goodies. Without you, he never would have left that outhouse...
Names in other languages
|From「めくる」(mekuru, to flip) and possibly「ルンルン」(runrun, a term for "euphorically")|
|French||Tourni||From "tournis" (French colloquialism for "dizziness"), also likely a play of "tourner" (to turn)|
|German||Filippo||Pun on the name "Filip" (Philip) and likely "flip", with "-o"|
|Italian||Girondello||Derived from "girare" (to turn around)|
|Deriving from "뒤집히다" (dwijip'hida, to flip)|
|Spanish||Volter||From "voltear" (to flip) or possibly "voltaje" (voltage), in reference to the electric shape of the dimensional cracks he can unlock secrets from|