Furafurawā

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Furafurawā
Furafurawa Artwork.png
Artwork of a Furafurawā from Perfect Ban Mario Character Daijiten
First appearance Donkey Kong (Game Boy) (1994)
Comparable
Panser
Pollen Plant
Pompon Flower
Volcano Plant

Furafurawā are enemies in the game Donkey Kong for the Game Boy. They first appear in the Desert in Stage 5-2. Furafurawā hide in the ground. If Mario approaches them, they pop out of the ground and move left and right slowly until he walks way. As soon as Mario is out of reach, Furafurawā will hide again. Touching a Furafurawā defeats Mario. They can be defeated with the Hammer, but will respawn from the ground instantly.

In Rocky-Valley, Furafurawā have a totally different behavior. They walk around slowly from the left to the right, and sometime shoot out four small seeds that behave like those of a Volcano Lotus. The seeds can be taken out with a hammer. These Furafurawā do not come back if destroyed.

The sprites of the two types of Furafurawā are different as well, with the ones in Rocky-Valley having whiter, rounder petals and leafier stems.

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Perfect Ban Mario Character Daijiten[edit]

フラフラワー
種族 フラワー族
性格 いせいがいい
登場ゲーム GBドンキー
弾を吹き出すフラフラワー
弾を上にはき出し横移動するものと、何もない所から、いきなりふくらんできて動き回り、しばらくすると消えてしまうものの2種類がいる。カギや敵を投げつけてやっつけろ。[1]

Furafurawā
Tribe: Flower clan
Disposition: Assertive
Game appearances: GB Donkey
Bullet-spewing Furafurawā
There are two types: one that spits bullets upward and moves horizontally, and the other that suddenly appears out of nowhere, moves around, and disappears after a while. Throw keys and enemies at them to defeat them.

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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese フラフラワー[1]
Furafurawā
Pun on「フラフラ」(furafura, a term for "trembling") and "flower"

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b 「パーフェクト版 マリオキャラクター大事典」 (Perfect Ban Mario Character Daijiten), page 192.