Gold Fuzzy

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The Thousand-Year Door Enemy
Gold Fuzzy
PMTTYD Gold Fuzzy Artwork.png
Location(s) Shhwonk Fortress
Max HP 10
Attack 1
Defense 0
Moves Jump (1), Army Call (summons Fuzzy Horde)
Items None
Coins N/A
Log A gold-colored Fuzzy that attacks by charging at you. Unlike normal Fuzzies, it won't drain your HP.
Misc. stats
Level 27
Exp. points 0
Sleep? 0%
Dizzy? 0%
Confuse? 0%
Tiny? 0%
Burn? 100%
Freeze? 0%
Stop? 0%
Soft? 0%
Fright? 0%
Gale Force? 0%
KO? 0%

That's a Gold Fuzzy. Whoa, those are super-rare! I'm serious! Wow! Max HP is 10, Attack is 1, and Defense is 0. Oh, but hey! Even though it's a Fuzzy, it won't suck up your HP, which is nice. I have to wonder though... How does this thing hide? Look at it! It's so gaudy!

This article is about the Fuzzy in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. For the similarly-colored Fuzzy appearing in Paper Mario, see Jungle Fuzzy.
“Meeeeeeeeeeeork! Hey, you suspicious types! This is our place. And coming in here is rude, rude, RUDE! Sorry, suckers! If you want a warm welcome, too bad! Now I lunch on your head!”
Gold Fuzzy, Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
PMTTYD Gold Fuzzy Sprite.png

The Gold Fuzzy is a gold-colored Fuzzy that resides in Shhwonk Fortress. It attacks Mario and Goombella for barging into their territory during the events of Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. During battle, the Gold Fuzzy summons a Fuzzy Horde, which can be attacked; however, defeating the Gold Fuzzy drives the Fuzzy Horde away. After the battle, the Gold Fuzzy is not seen again in the game.

As Goombella explains, Gold Fuzzy does not drain Mario's HP.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ゴールドチョロボン
Gōrudo Chorobon
Gold Fuzzy
Spanish (NOA) Pelitos de Oro Play on Ricitos de Oro (Goldilocks); effectively, "Goldifuzz"
Spanish (NOE) Fuzzy Dorado Golden Fuzzy
French (NOE) Fuzzy doré Golden Fuzzy
German Gold-Fuzzy -
Italian Stordino dorato Golden Fuzzy


  • Their artwork from Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door is seen in the back of the official Super Paper Mario guide, but they do not actually appear in the game. However, updated assets are left over in the game, and were renamed from c_chorobon_k to e_chorobon_y, suggesting that they were intended to be repurposed ("k" referring to either kin, Japanese for gold, or possibly "king" as it was a boss, and "y" likely referring to the color yellow).