Poison Puff

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The Thousand-Year Door enemy
Poison Puff
Sprite of a Poison Puff from Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door.
Location(s) Pit of 100 Trials (Levels 91, 92, 94-96, 98, 99)
Max HP 15
Attack 8
Defense 0
Moves Slam (8), Poison Charge (they will do Payback damage and poison the attacker), Poison Blast (10 to Mario and Partner, Poison, Piercing), Fly to Hover (Moves closer to ground, does not count as turn), Hover to Fly (moves higher in the air, does not count as turn)
Items Super Shroom, Thunder Rage
Coins 2 - 4
Log A poisonous cloud creature. It'll charge you or try to poison you, and if you touch it while it's storing poison, you'll get hurt.
Level 34
Exp. points 2
Sleep? 65%
Dizzy? 90%
Confuse? 60%
Tiny? 80%
Burn? 100%
Freeze? 100%
Stop? 65%
Soft? 80%
Fright? 60%
Gale Force? 85%
KO? 20%

That's a Poison Puff. Basically just a puff of poisonous air. Max HP is 15, Attack is 8, and Defense is 0. Its poison-gas attack is 10! These things charge you, but they also save up toxins and poison you with them. Scum! Plus, you can't touch them when they're saving up toxins or you'll get hurt. Lame!

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Poison Puffs are a variant of Ruff Puffs. Poison Puffs are green and have pinkish red eyes. They only appear in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. They are the strongest variant of Ruff Puffs that Mario and his partners can encounter in the game. Poison Puffs can charge up for a powerful poison breath attack which can poison Mario and his partner. If directly attacked, the attacker gets hurt and poisoned. Poison Puffs are found exclusively in the Pit of 100 Trials, and are one of the final enemies encountered there along with other powerful variants of other enemies such as Swampires and Elite Wizzerds.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ドクガッスン
Corruption of「毒ガス」(dokugasu, "poison gas")

French Toxic Pfff
From English word "toxic" and "pfff" (the sound of a sigh or a puff)
German Stink-Schnuff
From English word "stink" or German word stinken ("to smell bad"), and a derivative of schnüffeln ("to sniffle")
Italian Nubetossica
Toxic cloud
Spanish Puff Venenoso
Poison Puff