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A sprite of Monzo
“Job of Monzo really lame.”
Monzo, Super Paper Mario

Monzo is the cameraman of Flint Cragley, Cragtrotter. He is partners with Hornfels and is a member of Flint Cragley's crew. He is a stubby Cragnon, also having yellow skin and glasses. He does everything that Flint tells him to do and follows him everywhere, like Hornfels.

Mario and Pixls meet Monzo in Floro Caverns

During the game, Super Paper Mario, Flint and the crew are filming an episode in the Floro Caverns and Flint tells Monzo to stay where he was. Monzo did so, but as time went, nothing happened. After a while, Mario and the two other heroes as well as the Pixls tell Monzo where Flint had gone (and that Flint had forgot about him).

After that, Flint blames Monzo and Hornfels for losing the key that led deeper into the Floro Caverns. As it turns out, Flint had the key in his pockets (it was there all along but he said it appeared by magic) and said to continue on their quest. Even after that, Monzo works with Flint.

Catch Card[edit]

Hornfels & Monzo
Monzo and Hornfels' Catch Card
  • Card Type: Uncommon
  • Card Description: These two Cragnons are Flint Cragley's assistants. Sadly, he doesn't treat them with proper crag.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese スタンレー
(Along with Hornfels' Japanese name, Henry, possibly in reference to the Welsh journalist famous for exploring Africa during the 19th century, Henry Morton Stanley, as Flint Cragley is also an explorer.)
French Filmolite From the masculine adaption of "film" and "-lite" (a suffix used to form names of rocks)
German Watzmann From "wetzen" (to sharpen) and "mann" (man)
Italian Videolito From "video" and Italian suffix used to form names of rocks "-lito"
Korean 텐리
Transliteration of the Japanese name
Spanish Calizo Meaning "limestone"