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A Magmato in Super Mario Odyssey
Artwork of a Magmato from Super Mario Odyssey.
First appearance Super Mario Odyssey (2017)

Magmatoes are steaming, lava-filled, tomato enemies with angry eyes appearing in Super Mario Odyssey, where they can be found in the Luncheon Kingdom and the Darker Side. Its name is a portmanteau of the words "magma" and "tomato". Upon spotting Mario, Magmatoes roll towards him and may even bump into each other, although they cannot roll off edges leading into the lava. The Magmatoes burst apart when hit, and create small pools of lava which become off-limits to all creatures but the Lava Bubble. If Mario takes control of a Lava Bubble by capturing it, he can leap on top of Magmatoes to turn them into the puddles of lava and use them as improvised platforms to traverse across solid ground. Jumping on Magmatoes normally or throwing Cappy at them can also reduce them to puddles of lava, although Mario takes damage if he comes into contact with one himself.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese トマポン
From "tomato" and「~ぽん」(-pon, a cutesy suffix applied to names as a form of endearment)

French Magmate
From "magma" and tomate ("tomato")
German Magmato
Italian Magmadoro
From "magma" and pomodoro ("tomato")
Korean 토마퐁
From Japanese name

Russian Магмадор
From "magma" and помидор (pomidor, "tomato")

Spanish Magmate
From "magma" and tomate ("tomato")