Primordial Goo

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Primordial Goo
LMDM Primordial Goo.png
Mansion ScareScraper


HP  
  • Normal = 300 HP
  • Difficult = 400 HP
  • Expert = 500 HP

The Primordial Goo is one of the five types of boss ghosts encountered in the ScareScraper in Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon. One of them may be randomly found on every floor that is a multiple of five, barring the top floor.

Appearance[edit]

The Primordial Goo looks like a large, yellow Creeper. There are several different variations of Primordial Goos, but they all attack the same.

Abilities[edit]

The Primordial Goo primarily attacks like a normal Creeper. It will begin as a puddle on the floor and either the Poltergust 5000's Blow or Vacuum function or the Dark-Light Device must be used on it so it takes a solid form. While the Primordial Goo is being vacuumed, it will try to escape. If a Power Surge is used on it, a purple drop of goo will be flung from its body and form a large Creeper right below the Luigi that used the Power Surge. If the player doesn't react in time, they will be caught inside the newly-formed Creeper. Each time a Power Surge is used on it, he will create a new Creeper. Just like any other Creeper enemy, if players get too close to the Primordial Goo, they will be helplessly trapped inside its body as they take damage. Slammers and Sneakers will aid the Primordial Goo in battle, as well as the Creepers created by the boss. If the Luigis don't unleash a Power Surge, the risk of getting trapped inside the new Creeper will be low, but they need to dodge attacks by other ghosts. In order to defeat it, the players must decide when to use the Power Surge.

Ghost Container description[edit]

This ancient ghost is the granddaddy of all Creepers. Be careful! If you pull too hard, you might get more than you bargained for!
(British English version): This ancient ghost here is your chief Creeper. Be careful around this fellow, or you might get more than you bargained for!

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ドンクリパ
Donkuripa
From "Don" (Spanish word for "lord") and「ルクリパ」(Rukuripa, Creeper)
Spanish (NOE) Visculio primigenio Primitive Creeper

Variations[edit]

Tether Jacket[edit]

Tether Jacket
LMDM Tether Jacket.png
Mansion ScareScraper


HP  
  • Normal = 300 HP
  • Difficult = 400 HP
  • Expert = 500 HP

The Tether Jacket is a large, blue Creeper with a leather jacket, a white shirt, and a blue puddle that resembles a pair of jeans. His name is a pun on the "leather jacket," while his appearance is based off a greaser.

Ghost Container description[edit]

At first I thought he was trying to attack me, but then I realized he just wanted me to try on his fancy jacket. He could have just asked...
(British English version): At first I thought he was trying to attack me, but then I realised he just wanted me to try on his fancy jacket. He could have just asked...

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese レザージャケット
Rezā Jaketto
Leather Jacket
German Fangjacke Capturejacket
Spanish (NOE) Visculio rockero Rocker Creeper

Violet[edit]

Violet
Violet LMDM.png
Mansion ScareScraper


HP  
  • Normal = 300 HP
  • Difficult = 400 HP
  • Expert = 500 HP

Violet is a large, purple Creeper with paintings of blue violets around his body. He is based off the flower of the same name.

Ghost Container description[edit]

When he's in puddle form, he looks like a little garden dotted with beautiful flowers. It's really breathtaking...but not in a good way.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese スミレ
Sumire
Violet
Spanish (NOE) Visculio florido Flowery Creeper

Scareambles[edit]

Scareambles
Scareambles.png
Mansion ScareScraper


HP  
  • Normal = 300 HP
  • Difficult = 400 HP
  • Expert = 500 HP

Scareambles (Fright Egg in the British English version) is a large, white Creeper with a yellow circle on its face to represent an egg yolk. Even though its American English name is based on the scrambled eggs, the British English name and the ghost's appearance are based off of a fried egg.

Ghost Container description[edit]

Eureka! This ghostly egg can reassemble itself once it's cracked!
(British English version): Eureka! This ghostly egg can reassemble itself once it's been cracked!

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese タマゴ
Tamago
Egg
German Spiegelei mit Schreck Fright Egg with Scare
Spanish (NOE) Visculio frito Fried Creeper

Jack-goo-lantern[edit]

Jack-goo-lantern
Jack-goo-lantern LMDM.png
Mansion ScareScraper


HP  
  • Normal = 300 HP
  • Difficult = 400 HP
  • Expert = 500 HP

The Jack-goo-lantern (stylized as Jack-goo'-lantern in the British English version) is a large, purplish-blue Creeper with a pumpkin pattern on his head. He is based off a jack-o'-lantern.

Ghost Container description[edit]

It's always "trick or trick" with this guy! He seems to have conveniently forgotten the treat part. Sheesh!

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ジャックオーランタン
Jakku Ō Rantan
Jack O'Lantern
Korean 잭오랜턴
jaeg-olaenteon
Jack O'Lantern
Spanish (NOE) Visculio de Halloween Halloween Creeper

Blobberfly[edit]

Blobberfly
Blobberfly.png
Mansion ScareScraper


HP  
  • Normal = 300 HP
  • Difficult = 400 HP
  • Expert = 500 HP

The Blobberfly is a large, light orange Creeper with a pattern resembling the wings of a Monarch butterfly.

Ghost Container description[edit]

This ghost isn't anywhere near as graceful as a regular butterfly, or as harmless.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese チョウ
Chō
Butterfly
Spanish (NOA) Viscosillo mariposa Butterfly creeper
Spanish (NOE) Visculio mariposa Butterfly Creeper

Pondguin[edit]

Pondguin
Pondguin LMDM.png
Mansion ScareScraper


HP  
  • Normal = 300 HP
  • Difficult = 400 HP
  • Expert = 500 HP

The Pondguin is a large, light grey and white Creeper with a beak like design that resembles a penguin.

Ghost Container description[edit]

I tried to feed him some fish, but he wouldn't eat them. He just kept trying to scare them. It didn't work.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ペンギン
Pengin
Penguin
Spanish (NOE) Visculio pingüino Penguin Creeper

Goolf[edit]

Goolf
Goolf LMDM.png
Mansion ScareScraper


HP  
  • Normal = 300 HP
  • Difficult = 400 HP
  • Expert = 500 HP

The Goolf is a large, white Creeper with divots on his head. The majority of his body is gray and opaque and is meant to resemble a golf ball on a tee.

Ghost Container description[edit]

The only thing he enjoys more than playing golf is creating "hazards" on the green.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ゴルフ
Gorufu
Golf
German Golf-Rolf Golf Ralph
Spanish (NOE) Visculio golfista Golfer Creeper

Leoprank[edit]

Leoprank
LMDM Leoprank.png
Mansion ScareScraper


HP  
  • Normal = 300 HP
  • Difficult = 400 HP
  • Expert = 500 HP

The Leoprank is a light brown creeper with patterns of fur that makes him resemble a leopard.

Ghost Container description[edit]

His hunting method is simple but effective: He waits until someone steps on him.
(British English version): His hunting method is simple but effective: he waits until someone steps on him.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ヒョウ
Hyō
Leopard
German Leobold -
Spanish (NOE) Visculio leopardo Leopard Creeper