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Super Paper Mario enemy
Sprite of a Hogarithm from Super Paper Mario.
Location(s) Castle Bleck Interior (8-3), Castle Bleck Inner Sanctum (8-4), Flipside Pit of 100 Trials (Room 81)
Max HP ?? (3 hits)
Attack 4
Defense 0
Score 800
Items Shooting Star, Long-Last Shake
Card type Common
Card location(s) Card Shop; Catch Card/SP
Card description
Takes three stomps to beat. Hop on this hog and ride it all the way to the bank! Soooooooie!
This bizarre beast is called a Hogarithm. They are strange on so many levels... Max HP is ??. Attack is 4. It takes three stomps to finish off this piggy... But each stomp makes it smaller and faster... It's very hard to stomp the last one... Hogarithms often drop many coins, so you may want to hunt them if you're broke...
List of Catch Cards
144           145           146

Hogarithms are stronger versions of a Pigarithm in Super Paper Mario. Their name is a pun on "hog" and "logarithm". Apart from being white and slightly stronger, they are the same as Pigarithms. Three stomps are required to defeat them. Hogarithms get smaller and faster when attacked, which makes them harder to defeat. They drop a large amount of coins, a Long-Last Shake, or more rarely, a Shooting Star when defeated.

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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese トンチョ
From「豚」(ton, the on'yomi reading of "pig") and following the format of「ブーチョ」(Būcho, Pigarithm)
French Logaporc Portmanteau of "logarithme" (logarithm) and "porc" (hog)
German Grunztainer Portmanteau of "grunz" (German onomatopoeia for "oink") and "container"
Italian Scrofaritmo Portmanteau of "scrofa" (sow) and "logaritmo" (logarithm)
Korean 돈통
From Sino-Korean words "" (don, pig) and "" (tong, container)
Spanish Jabal Clipping of "jabalí" (wild boar)