Power Jump

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Power Jump
Power jump badge.PNG Powerjump.gif
BP Needed
Sell Price 25 coins­
First Appearance Paper Mario (2000
Latest Appearance Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (2004
Paper Mario Description Lets you do a Power Jump. Uses 2 FP. Mario stomps on a single enemy using a lot of attack power.­
The Thousand-Year Door Description Wear this to use Power Jump. 2 FP are required to use this attack, which lets you stomp on a foe with huge power. Wearing two or more of these badges requires more FP for the move, but increases the Attack power.
Goompa giving Mario the Power Jump Badge in Goomba Village from Paper Mario

Power Jump is a badge in Paper Mario and Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. In Paper Mario, it is given by Goompa after returning him to Goomba Village, and is used as a tutorial on how to use badges (due to this, it is the only badge that Merluvlee never gives a prediction about). In Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, it can be bought from the Lovely Howz of Badges for fifty coins, from the Pianta Parlor for thirty-four Pianta Tokens with the Special Card, and can be rarely dropped after battle by Goombas, Gloombas, Buzzy Beetles, and Spike Tops. If Mario equips the badge, he is able to use the Power Jump move, which is a jump attack that costs two FP. The move is a single attack that, when its action command is timed correctly, deals double the damage of a regular jump to a single enemy.

Drop Rates[edit]

Badge Rates in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
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Power Jump
Roll over Rate types for descriptions, and dotted-lined rates to show percentages out of 100.
Enemy Hold Rate Drop Rate
Goomba 0/200 1/300
Gloomba 0/200 2/300
Buzzy Beetle 0/200 2/300
Spike Top 0/200 2/300

Attack Power[edit]

In Paper Mario, the Power Jump does two points more damage than the ordinary Jump. In other words, the attack point is:

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ガツーンジャンプ
Gatsūn Janpu
Powerful Jump. Gatsun is an onomatopoeia for a powerful hit and janpu is from English jump.
Spanish Salto Potente
French (NOE) Super Saut Super Jump
German Power-Sprung Power Jump
Italian Super Salto