Gold Chomp

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This article is about the golden Chomp appearing in Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2. For the golden Chain Chomp found in Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars, see Chomp Chomp. For the golden Chain Chomp named "Chain Chompikins" from Super Mario Odyssey, see Madame Broode.
Gold Chomp
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Official artwork of a Gold Chomp from Super Mario Galaxy 2
First appearance Super Mario Galaxy (2007)
Latest appearance Super Mario Galaxy 2 (2010)
Variant of Chomp
Comparable
Silver Chomp
A Gold Chomp in the Chompworks Galaxy in Super Mario Galaxy 2
The Gold Chomp in Super Mario Galaxy
A Gold Chomp in the Chompworks Galaxy in Super Mario Galaxy 2
A Gold Chomp in the Chompworks Galaxy in Super Mario Galaxy 2

Gold Chomps[1] are special Chomps in Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2.

The only Gold Chomp in Super Mario Galaxy appears in the Gusty Garden Galaxy, where it plays a prominent role in the mission The Golden Chomp. It contains a Power Star inside, but Mario is unable to break it open without the use of a Rainbow Star, which can be obtained after collecting a series of ? Coins. This power-up allows the player to destroy the Chomp, revealing the Power Star.

In Super Mario Galaxy 2, Gold Chomps appear in the Chompworks Galaxy's first mission, Where the Chomps Are Made of Gold. Here, Mario must lead a Gold Chomp from the end of an area all the way back to the front of the area. However, it takes a set route and Mario must alter the area slightly to allow the Gold Chomp to roll to the front of the area and into a hole, where it will break and reveal the Power Star. They reappear in the Chompworks Galaxy's Prankster Comet mission titled Cosmic Clones in the Chompworks, where they serve the same role as before.

In Super Mario Odyssey, Madame Broode leads a golden pet Chain Chomp (referred to as Chain Chompikins).

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ゴールドワンワン
Gōrudo Wanwan
Gold Chomp
Spanish Chomp Cadenas Dorado Golden Chain Chomp
Chinese 黃金汪汪 Golden Chomp

References[edit]

  1. ^ Browne, Catherine. 2010. Super Mario Galaxy 2 Prima Premiere Edition guide, pages 162 and 163.