Fury Bowser

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This article is about the form that Bowser takes in Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury. For the status effect from Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story, see Fury.
Fury Bowser
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Used on Bowser


First appearance Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury (2021)

Fury Bowser is a form that Bowser takes in the Bowser's Fury mode of Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury. In this form, Bowser becomes a gargantuan kaiju, being one of the largest physical forms he has ever taken (along with Giant Bowser). Similar to Black Bowser from Paper Mario: Color Splash, Bowser's skin becomes entirely a black color with glowing yellow eyes without pupils, though in contrast, his hair glows a bright red and the tips of his shell spikes glow yellow and red. In comparison to his normal self, his body is much larger than his head, his tail is somewhat longer, and he also has noticeably larger pectoral muscles, a trait shared by his Super Smash Bros. appearances. Fury Bowser has amplified versions of his fire breath attacks. He can rain meteors across entire islands, and breathe long strings of fire at his targets.

Compared to Bowser's normal roar, which is menacing but still cartoony-sounding, Fury Bowser's roar is much more intimidating, sounding deeper and almost demonic, and has a reverberating echo effect to it.

He is seen terrorizing Lake Lapcat, and Mario, with assistance from Bowser Jr., works to take down Fury Bowser by using the power of the Giga Bell.

Typically, Fury Bowser awakens and goes on a rampage at set intervals, but using the Bowser amiibo in the game can cause him to appear at the player's command.[1]

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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese フューリークッパ[2]
Fyūrī Kuppa
Fury Bowser
Spanish (NOE) Bowser Furioso Furious Bowser
French Bowser en furie Bowser in Fury
Dutch Furie-Bowser Fury Bowser
German Wut-Bowser Fury Bowser
Italian Bowser furioso Furious Bowser
Portuguese (NOE) Bowser Furioso Furious Bowser
Russian Яростный Боузер[3]
Yarostnyi Bouzer
Furious Bowser
Korean 퓨리쿠파
Pyuli Kupa
Fury Bowser
Chinese (Simplified) 狂怒酷霸王[4]
Kuángnù Kùbàwáng
Fury Bowser
Chinese (Traditional) 狂怒庫巴[5]
Kuángnù Kùbā
Fury Bowser

Trivia[edit]

  • Fury Bowser bears a resemblance to Bowser's appearance when using his Mega Strike in Mario Strikers Charged.
  • Fury Bowser and the material in his surroundings resemble ferrofluid, a typically dark fluid that can form spikes when influenced by a magnetic field.

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