Paper-Cone Goomba

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Color Splash Enemy
Paper-Cone Goomba
PMCS Paper-Cone Goomba.png
Location(s) Kiwano Temple
Type Spiny
HP 10
Strong Jump
Weak Iron
Moves Attack (6), Group Attack (6), Blowback Attack (8)
Enemy Class ENEMY_KINOKO
Card Probability 3
Card
PMCS Goomba Card.png
Quotes

Usual: "Spike you very much!" ~ "Jump on me... I dare ya!" ~ "Iron Jump is cheating!" ~ "Poke! Poke!"

Dropped Items
Hammer Scraps 5
Red Paint 4
Yellow Paint 4
Blue Paint 0
Orange Paint 4
Green Paint 0
Purple Paint 0
Sticker Star Enemy
Paper-Cone Goomba
Paper-Cone Goomba PMSS.png
Location(s) Warm Fuzzy Plains, Bouquet Gardens, Water's Edge Way
Max HP 7
Attack 3
Defense 0
Moves Lunge (3)
Stickers N/A
“Last time we weren't prepared, and you beat us like flat, little piñatas. But this time won't be so easy! Taste our paper power, punk!”
Paper-Cone Goomba, Paper Mario: Sticker Star

Paper-Cone Goombas (Paper Cone Goombas in the British English version) are enemies that debut in Paper Mario: Sticker Star. They are a species of Goomba which are first fought in World 1-1, Warm Fuzzy Plains. They appear as regular Goombas during exploration, and do not reveal their true form until a battle is initiated.

Using sticker power, these Goombas can fold themselves into a conical shape, giving them a sharp corner that acts like a spike. Unlike with regular Goombas, Jump-based stickers (with the exception of Iron Jumps) have no effect on Paper-Cone Goombas, and the player must used Hammer-based or other non-Jump stickers.

A trio of Goombas which are previously fought in Decalburg appear at the very end of Warm Fuzzy Plains and attempt to stop Mario from getting the Comet Piece. After they come out of hiding, these Goombas initiate battle, and transform into Paper-Cone Goombas. After they are defeated, the Goombas run off, allowing Mario to get the nearby Comet Piece.

Paper-Cone Goombas reappear in Paper Mario: Color Splash, behaving the same way as they did before. They are now located in Kiwano Temple.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Spanish (NOA) Goomba cono de papel Goomba paper cone
Spanish (NOE) Cucurugoomba Cornet Goomba
French Goomba Pointu Sharp Goomba
German Kegel-Gumba Cone Goomba
Italian Cono Goomba Cone Goomba
Russian Гумба-конус
Gumba-konus
Cone Goomba