Gob

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Mario and Mini-Yoshi with Gob
“I had been exploding so much that I completely lost voice, YA-BLOOIE! Thanks, YA-CRACKITY! Here is a token of my appreciation, YA-BOOM!”
Gob, Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door

Gob is a Bob-omb who lives in Fahr Outpost in the game Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. He wants to be bigger, and he even built a huge Bob-omb snowman to show how big he wants to be.

He is also the subject of a trouble, in which he has trouble speaking and needs a Honey Candy to get his voice back to normal. Upon getting the candy, he will reward Mario 20 Coins.

E-Mail[edit]

Throat-bomb!

..................................................!!!
.................? ...............................!
Umm...is this right? DO I just type or what?...yeah, OK.

So...hey! I was so happy you got me that Honey Candy! My voice came back and everything, but maybe I was a little to jolly...I started shouting and now I lost my voice again. I'm resting now.

So, yeah, there may not be much here in Fahr Outpost, but at least we got snow! Yeah! We have snowbomb fights here! We put tiny Bob-ombs inside our snowballs so that they explode when they hit! It's super dangerous, which makes it super cool! Unfortunately, it also makes it super illegal! Which is pretty lame...but come visit anyway!

Later! Gob

Tattle[edit]

  • "That's Gob. He says he wants to get bigger. Hey, pal, I hear what you're saying! He built that snowbob just to show how big he wants to grow. Now THAT'S big!"

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese クロム
Kuromu
Chromium
German Explosov From "Explosion" and "Molotov"
Italian Cromo Chromium

Trivia[edit]

  • True to his Trouble, the word "gob" can be used as a British slang synonym for "mouth".