Gold Whacka Bump

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Gold Whacka Bump
Icon of the Gold Whacka Bump from Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (Nintendo Switch)
The Thousand-Year Door description A shiny Whacka Bump obtained from Whacka. It sadly(?) cannot be eaten.

The Gold Whacka Bump is a special item exclusive to the Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door remake on the Nintendo Switch. After initially clearing the Pit of 100 Trials, defeating Bonetail and making the Whacka at Keelhaul Key disappear, it reappears at the pit replacing Bonetail as the final boss on the 100th level. Mario receives the Gold Whacka Bump as a commemoration of the battle upon defeating the Whacka. Unlike normal Whacka Bumps, Mario cannot eat it and it serves purely as a visual reward for the completion of the trials a second time.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ゴールデンタンコブ
Gōruden Tankobu
Golden Bump

Chinese 金色克布隆包
Jīnsè Kèbùlóng Bāo
Golden Whacka Bump

Italian Bernoccolo dorato
Golden bump
Spanish (NOE) Chichón de oro
Golden bump