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TTYD Goomba NPC.png
Species Goomba
First appearance Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (2004)
“Life feels so simple when I'm near flowers. Who knows why? Maybe I'm just tired...”
Goomez, Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door

Goomez is a Goomba who appears in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. His name is a portmanteau of "Goomba" and "Gomez". He is a very minor character encountered in Rogueport's west side. Goomez enjoys lounging in the pleasant, grassy area around Rogueport's fountain. He is mentioned in RDM Issue 4 where it talked about his embarrassment of falling asleep and accidentally eating the flowers. In that issue, he is revealed to be 40 years old.


  • "That's Goomez, the Goomba, He must be totally tired. He's ALWAYS resting here. Who can blame him, though? We could all use some downtime, am I right?"

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese パークリー
Possibly a mixture between the verb "park" (to sit/stand) and「クリボー」(Kuribō, Goomba)
French Repogoom A mixture between "repos" (rest) and "Goomba"
German Parkumba From "park" and "Gumba" (Goomba)
Italian Goombozio From "Goomba" and "ozio" (leisure)