Monty Mole (Flower Fields)

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Monty Mole
Sprite of a green Monty Mole, from Paper Mario.
First appearance Paper Mario (2000)
Variant of Monty Mole

Monty Moles are found in Flower Fields in Paper Mario. They are green in color and stronger than regular Monty Moles, which appear at Mt. Rugged in the same game. Despite their differences, the two species are both simply called "Monty Moles". However, the Flower Fields variety was given a unique name in Japanese.

Mario encounters these Monty Moles when he goes to see Petunia, who tells him they are digging up the ground where she lives, eating her seeds and biting her roots. At her behest, Mario defeats all the Monty Moles. When they are defeated, they occasionally drop a Honey Syrup. After defeating them all, Mario receives the Magical Bean from Petunia as thanks.

These Monty Moles have a specific weakness to the Hammer Throw attack, which will deal 3 more damage than a normal hammer strike. They are the only enemies in the entire game with this weakness.[1] If Mario or one of his partners attempts to First Strike a Monty Mole before talking to Petunia for the first time, they will hide underground and dodge the attack.

Profile and statistics[edit]

Paper Mario enemy
Monty Mole (Flower Fields)
Battle idle animation of a green Monty Mole from Paper Mario Max HP 12 Attack 3 Defense 0 Type Ground
Level 19 Strong None Weak Hammer Throw (+3) Moves Rock Toss (3)
Sleep? 60%, 0 Dizzy? 90%, -1 Shock? 90%, 1 Shrink? 75%, 0
Stop? 90%, 0 Fright? 50% Air Lift? 55% Hurricane? 40%
Coins 1 Items None Run 30 Location(s) Flower Fields
Tattle This is a Monty Mole. You remember Monty Moles from Mt. Rugged, don't you? Max HP: 12, Attack Power: 3, Defense Power: 0 They're vicious rock-throwers. They may look intimidating but they're not very strong.
  • Official Nintendo Player's Guide: You'll encounter Monty Mole again in Petunia's garden, and eating all those tasty roots has been good for him. His Heart Points are much higher than the Monty Moles on Mt. Rugged, but luckily for Mario his attack remains rather weak.[2]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese フラワーチョロプー
Furawā Choropū
Flower Monty Mole
Chinese 绿鼹鼠
Lǜ yǎnshǔ
Green Mole
French Topi Taupe Monty Mole
German Monty Maulwurf Monty Mole


  1. ^ Stryder7x (October 25, 2019). Basic Battle Mechanics are Broken. YouTube. Retrieved October 25, 2019.
  2. ^ M. Arakawa. Paper Mario Official Nintendo Player's Guide. Page 108.