Fwoosh

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Fwoosh
FwooshDS.png
A Fwoosh in Super Mario 64 DS
First appearance Super Mario 64 (1996)
Latest appearance Mario Golf: World Tour (cameo) (2014)
Derived species
Foo
Ty-foo
Related species
Fluffy Phantom
Lakitu's Cloud
Ruff Puff
Thunder Cloud

A Fwoosh is a cloud enemy that first appeared in Super Mario 64. It attacks by blowing strong gusts of wind in order to push characters off high altitudes.

History[edit]

Super Mario 64 / Super Mario 64 DS[edit]

A Fwoosh in the original Super Mario 64, preparing to blow Mario from the mountain top.

In Super Mario 64 and Super Mario 64 DS, a single Fwoosh will blow Mario and his cap off Tall, Tall Mountain. Mario can't defeat it but Wario can walk right past it with his metal ability. The mountain wall after it is a portal to a secret slide. Yoshi also has the ability to eat it and defeat it by spewing fire at it.

Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time[edit]

A Fwoosh makes a very small cameo in Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time. The Fwoosh appears to blow away the smoke from Thwomp Volcano after the mountain's eruption is put out.

Mario Party series[edit]

Fwoosh has also made appearances in the Mario Party series. In Mario Party, the player can warp from world to world by hopping on one in Mini-Game Island. Fwoosh can also bring the player back to the start in Mario's Rainbow Castle. In Mario Party 3, the player automatically jumps on a Fwoosh when jumping at the last block of Awful Tower, and the players ride Fwoosh during the introduction and conclusion of Parasol Plummet.

Mario Golf series[edit]

A Fwoosh on the strong wind notification

A Fwoosh cameos in Mario Golf: World Tour on the strong wind notification, blowing away some Fly Guys.

Super Mario-Kun[edit]

A Fwoosh interrupting the characters' ride

A Fwoosh appears while Mario, Yoshi, and the Bob-omb Buddy ride on a magic carpet in Rainbow Ride in volume 16 of the Super Mario-Kun. It blows Mario's hat away, where it lands on a Big Boo.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ヒューヒュー[1]
Hyūhyū
Onomatopoeia for whistling.
German Rokano Pun on "Orkan" meaning hurricane

Trivia[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sawada. Super Mario-Kun, volume 16. (Accessed on 9-24-14)