Munchelangelo

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Munchelangelos are mice enemies who appear in Wario: Master of Disguise. They appear in the S.S. Caviar. Other varieties of rodents on the ship are DaVincheeses, Ratfaels and Mini Munchelangelos. They attack by jump-charging at Wario, trying to bite him. They can be killed in just one hit. Their name is a pun on Michelangelo, a famous Italian Renaissance artist. Along with the other mice enemies in the game, they can occasionally be seen lifting their heads up, allowing a pair of eyes to peek out, suggesting they are actually a smaller creature in a costume.

In-game description[edit]

This happy little mouse has been living high on the hog on a luxury liner. Too much time at the buffet has engorged his belly to epic proportions.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
German Glücksratt Pun on "Glück" (luck) and "Ratte", perhaps also a pun on Glücksrad (Wheel of Fortune), as they need luck to bite Wario because of them being so weak)