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Dream Team Enemy
Location(s) Dreamy Somnom Woods
Level 28
HP 109
Power 152
Defense 156
Speed 86
Weakness None
Experience 50 (60)
Coins 10 (100%)
Item Drop Ultra Candy (1%)
None (0%)
No Hitter 49
World Dream

Pelicrumps are bird-like creatures that appear in Mario & Luigi: Dream Team.

Pelicrumps are often seen stationary from a distance in the field. However, when the Bros. get closer, the birds will fly towards them and try to engage Mario in a battle. While in battle, Pelicrumps usually appear in groups of ten or more. One of their attacks is flying upwards while carrying an egg. The egg will need to be hammered away once dropped on Mario. This attack can sometimes get Mario dizzy. Occasionally, when there are more Pelicrumps, two eggs are dropped on Mario. Another attack involves the Pelicrump carrying a bomb. The bird will come near Mario and try to throw the bomb near him, which needs to be countered with a hammer. If Mario looks at the Pelicrump, it will hide the bomb behind its back and throw it when Mario looks away in the same matter as a Boo. If looked at long enough, the bomb will explode and damage the enemy. Pelicrumps also sometimes carry Bob-ombs in their beaks. Once the Pelicrump holding the bomb inside its beak is defeated, the bomb explodes and damages all adjacent creatures; if Mario takes too long to defeat a Pelicrump with a Bob-omb, it will drop the Bob-omb on Mario, damaging him. If several are present they will initiate a chase sequence with a group pursuing whilst holding a Zeekeeper statue in order to crush Mario and others dropping logs from the front to stop Mario. Mario will be caught by the statue unless he jumps on the logs to escape.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese カリペン
Inverted transliteration of the English word "pelican" (ペリカン; perikan) with two of the characters swapped
Spanish (NOA) Pelicuate From pelícano (pelican) and cuate (buddy)
Spanish (NOE) Pelicardo From "pelícano" (pelican) and -
German Pelikant From Pelikan (Pelican)
Russian Пуган
From Пугать (Scare) and Пеликан (Pelican)