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Super Paper Mario Enemy
Sprite of a Gawbus from Super Paper Mario.
Location(s) Castle Bleck Entry (8-1), Castle Bleck Inner Sanctum (8-4), Flipside Pit of 100 Trials (Room 91)
Max HP 20
Attack 4
Defense 0
Score 800
Items Thunder Rage
Card Type Common
Card Location(s) Card Shop; Catch Card/SP
Card Description
This thing is always sticking its neck in your business. It'll flounder around when it's waiting to be picked up.
This is a Gawbus, a beast that's even meaner than a Rawbus... Max HP is 20 and Attack is 4. Its only weakness is the glowing spot on its back... By now, you should know you can flip to 3-D and get behind it...
List of Catch Cards
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A Gawbus is an enemy in Super Paper Mario. Like all members of the Jawbus family, it enjoys biting and has a long extendable neck. It also persistently keeps going in the same direction unless it hits a dead end or is hit on its weak spot, the tail. It is the second most powerful enemy in the Jawbus family (Dark Jawbus being the first). This species only appears in the 91st floor of the Flipside Pit of 100 Trials, in the Castle Bleck Entry, and in the Castle Bleck Inner Sanctum.

Unlike all other species in the game, the Gawbus is listed in the bestiary after its dark version. It is likely an unintended mishap by the developers.

Related enemies[edit]


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ジャマギラス
From 「邪魔」 (jama, hindrance) and possibly 「メガギラス」 (Megagirasu, Megaguirus)
French Grisrex Greyrex
German Ravudon Pun on Ravus (the latin word for gray) + "-don" (common ending for dinosaur names)
Italian Zannebus From zanne (fangs) and the suffix -bus
Korean 목가사우르스
From 목(Mok, meaning 'neck'), 못 가 (Mot ga, translated as 'cannot go'), and 사우르스(saurs, from 'dinosaur')
Spanish Mandibús Gris From mandíbula (jaw) with the suffix -bus and gris (gray)