Parabones

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Parabones
Para Dry Bones Artwork - Super Mario 3D World.png
Artwork of a Parabones from Super Mario 3D World.
First Appearance Super Mario 3D World (2013)
Latest Appearance Super Mario Odyssey (2017)
Parent Species Koopa Paratroopa
Dry Bones

Parabones[1] are winged variants of Dry Bones and undead variants of Koopa Paratroopas that first appear in Super Mario 3D World, replacing normal Paratroopas and Dry Bones.

History[edit]

Super Mario 3D World[edit]

Parabones fly a small distance above the ground and attack the player if they notice. Like normal Dry Bones, if a Parabones is attacked without the use of a Star, Lucky Bell, or Invincibility Leaf, it will collapse temporarily, but reassemble itself after a short time. During its reassembly, it is vulnerable to getting attacked. A Parabones can also be permanently destroyed if it collapses over lava or a pit. Unlike their counterparts, the Koopa Paratroopas, their wings also reassemble after they get hit, like their other counterparts, the Dry Bones.

Super Mario Maker[edit]

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Parabones can be created in Super Mario Maker and Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS by sticking wings to any Dry Bones, though like other enemies with wings attached to them, they are still referred to as the base enemy. While equipped with wings, they'll operate in the same manner as a red Koopa Paratroopa, but in the Super Mario World game style, they'll also throw bones at Mario. Unlike in Super Mario 3D World, however, stomping on a Parabones in this game removes its wings permanently, like Paratroopas.

Super Mario Odyssey[edit]

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Parabones reappear in Super Mario Odyssey, where they appear in Bowser's Kingdom and the Underground Moon Caverns in the Moon Kingdom. They wear white top hats and can be captured by using Cappy. As a Parabones, Mario can fly by pressing B Button, and can shake the Joy-Con to fly faster. Unlike when Mario captures a Paragoomba, he cannot fly upwards, only forwards. If Mario runs into a Lava Geyser while flying, the Parabones disappears. Parabones can be defeated by falling into lava, though they respawn soon afterwards.[2] The skull on the Caveman Headwear is stated to come from a Parabones.[3]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese パタカロン
Patakaron
Portmanteau of the Japanese names for Koopa Paratroopa (パタパタ) and Dry Bones (カロン).
Spanish Huesitos Alado Winged Dry Bones
French (NOA) Paraskelex Para Dry Bones
French (NOE) ParaSkelerex Para Dry Bones
German Para-Kochentrocken Para Dry Bones
Chinese 飛行碎碎龜
Fēixíng suì suì guī
Flying Dry Bones

Trivia[edit]

  • Parabones are the only flying sub-species of Koopa Troopa to appear in a 3D platformer, even before the standard Paratroopa.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Super Mario Odyssey in-game capture list
  2. ^ IGN Walkthroughs. October 26, 2017. Super Mario Odyssey Walkthrough - Underground Moon Caverns (Part 33). YouTube. Retrieved October 27, 2017.
  3. ^ Game Informers. October 3, 2017. Stomping Around As A T. Rex In Exclusive Super Mario Odyssey Gameplay. YouTube. Retrieved October 28, 2017.