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Sprite of a Noobis in Wario: Master of Disguise

Noobis is a statue enemy in the Smithsnorian Museum of Wario: Master of Disguise. To defeat this enemy, Wario must jump on its head various times. The statue is shaped like a dog. Their name is a pun of Anubis, an ancient Egyptian god with the head of a jackal, and the popular gaming term "Noob", which refers to someone who is inexperienced or otherwise bad at a video game.

In-game description[edit]

All who torment dogs, or at least refuse to give them table scraps when they beg and look cute, will be cursed by this statue in the afterlife.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese アイイヌスキアス
Compound of「愛」(ai, "love") +「犬」(inu, "dog") +「好き」(suki, "to like") +「ウアス」(uasu, "was-sceptre")

French Arnaud Bis
From male name "Arnaud" (French equivalent of "Arnold") and bis ("another")
Italian Canius
From canine and Latin suffix -us