Horned Ant Trooper

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Horned Ant Trooper
Horned Ant Trooper.jpg
First Appearance Super Mario 3D World (2013)
Latest Appearance Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam (2015)
Parent Species Ant Trooper

Horned Ant Troopers are blue ant enemies with striped bodies and yellow eyes that first appeared in the Wii U game, Super Mario 3D World.

History[edit]

Super Mario 3D World[edit]

In the game, they are introduced in World 4-1, Ant Trooper Hill. Horned Ant Troopers have a pair of antennae, red feet, an overbite and wear a spiked orange helmet on their bodies. Despite the spiked helmet, they can be jumped on if they are walking along a vertical surface. Horned Ant Troopers attack by marching (sometimes out of holes or pipes) and will keep walking on to walls. They are vulnerable to Ground Pounds, projectiles and both Cat Mario and Tanooki Mario's attacks.

Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam[edit]

Paper Jam Enemy
Horned Ant Trooper
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Location(s) Twinsy Tropics Dungeon, Neo Bowser Castle
Level 22
HP 88
POW 132 (119)
Defense 210 (181)
Speed 91
Weakness None
Type Spiny
Experience 46 (41)
Coins 20
Item Drop Ultra Nut - 3%
1-Up DX - 2%
Notice
  • Stats in parentheses are from the game's Easy Mode.

Horned Ant Troopers make their first appearance in the Mario & Luigi series, as well as their first appearance in a handheld game, in Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam as enemies, but their helmet can fall off, making them normal Ant Troopers. Also, some may start the battle without their helmets. Like some other enemies, they have no paper counterparts. They are encountered in large groups. Their main attack is to jump up and dive head-first into a bro while the normal Ant Troopers don't. If the number of Ant Troopers and Horned Ant Troopers in battle combined is a multiple of three, they will attack the Mario bros by dashing towards them in groups of three.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Spanish Hormigoide Picudo Pointed Antoid (Hormiga, Ant, and the suffix -oide, -oid)
Russian Рогатый мурпех
Rogatyy myrpekh
Horned ant