Ms. Munchly

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Ms. Munchly
Ms. Munchly in WarioWare Gold
Species Human
First appearance WarioWare Gold (2018)
Latest appearance WarioWare: Get It Together! (2021)
“Congratulations! You earned the title of Gourmet Master!”
Ms. Munchly, WarioWare Gold

Ms. Munchly is a character that appears in WarioWare Gold. She hosts an eating contest in Diamond City Castle.

Ms. Munchly first appears sleeping in front of Kat & Ana as they ready themselves to get ninja learner's permits. Kat says their fates rest in Ms. Munchly's hands. After Ana questions if she is actually a ninja, Kat tells her true ninjas never look like ninjas. Kat signs herself and Ana into the eating contest. Eventually, the duo wins the contest and Ms. Munchly gives them the title of "Gourmet Master", leaving them confused. She tells the two that the Department of Ninja Licensing is next door.

Ruffington and Ms. Munchly being abducted by Orbulon

Ms. Munchly returns as a minor character in WarioWare: Get It Together!. In Orbulon's story, he humorously takes her in addition to various artifacts that he plans to give to all of his friends as souvenirs. Ms. Munchly does not react to her unexpected abduction.


WarioWare Gold character cards[edit]

  • Rank CThis woman is often found dozing at Diamond City Castle. Even while deep in z's, she looks formidable.
  • Rank BMs. Munchly thinks that a feast with friends is a nice fine thing indeed. She loves parfaits. Strawberry, please.
  • Rank AIn the days of yore, she worked at a sushi restaurant. No one made HUGE sushi faster than Ms. Munchly.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese コトブキさん
Ms. Kotobuki; from「寿」(kotobuki, longevity) and may also be in reference to「寿教室」(kotobuki kyōshitsu, culture courses for the aged)
Chinese (Simplified) 阿寿
Ā Shòu
Derived from the Japanese name
Chinese (Traditional) 阿壽
Ā Shòu
Derived from the Japanese name
French Mme Bonnechaire Mrs. Goodfood
German Oma Spatchel Grandma Spatula
Italian Signora Eva Long Mrs. Eva Long; "Eva Long" is an anagram of "Longeva" (long-lived)
Korean 코토부키 씨
Kotobuki Ssi
Derived from the Japanese name
Russian Госпожа Манчли
Gospozha Manchli
Ms. Munchly
Spanish Doña Gourmiko Mrs. Gourmiko