Magikoopa Mob

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Magikoopa Mob
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BP/SP/CP Needed 15­
BP/SP/CP Needed (Remake) 24/26­
Location Peach's Castle­
First Appearance Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story (2009
Latest Appearance Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr.'s Journey (2018
Bowser's Inside Story Description Quickly trace the Magikoopa's formation! Bowser's power boosts your magic!
Target: All (random)
Bonus effect: Burn
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Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr.'s Journey Description Trace the Magikoopas' magic sparks as they form and Bowser will breathe fire to charge them up. The more charged up the sparks are, the more damage the Magikoopas' magic will inflict.
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Magikoopa Mob is a Special Attack that Bowser uses in Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story and Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr.'s Journey. It requires fifteen SP to use in the original game, and twenty-four BP (twenty-six on Easy) to use in the remake. To use this move, Bowser must free the Magikoopas from Peach's Castle with the Red Key acquired from a Fawfulcopter on the second floor in the castle.

Once the move starts, the Magikoopas will line up in many designs: curves, L's, horizontal lines, vertical lines, etc, and the player has to use the Stylus to trace their position so Bowser can throw fireballs on the Magikoopas, which they then re-use to attack every opponent with their wands. When the wand has a yellow spark over it, Bowser throws a fireball on it. If all the Magikoopa's wands are touched, they create more damage than four or three of them alone. After about four or five times, the Magikoopas walk off the stage, exhausted.

In the remake, Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr.'s Journey, Bowser shoots fireballs out of his mouth, rather than throwing them.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ボコスカカメック
Bokosuka Kamekku
"Bokosuka Kamek" (Magikoopa), bokosuka being onomatopoeia for the sound of something being beaten up.
Spanish (NOA) Sortil. Magikoopa From "Sortilegio", which means "Spell", Magikoopa Spell
Spanish (NOE) Cuadrilla Kamek Kamek Gang. Kamek from Spanish European name for Magikoopas
French Assaut Kamek Magikoopa Assault
German Kamek-Formation Kamek (Magikoopa) Formation
Italian Kamek "Kamek" (Magikoopa) subord

Trivia[edit]

  • The Magikoopas were the only minions not shown by the Fawfulcopter begging for help in Dimble Wood.