- "Rhino Dino" redirects here. It is not to be confused with Dino Rhino.
A Reznor in New Super Mario Bros. 2
|First appearance||Super Mario World (1990)|
|Latest appearance||Minecraft (Bedrock version)|
(Village & Pillage) (2019)
Reznors (alternatively pluralized as Reznor), also called Reznor Rhinos or Rhino Dinos, are fire-breathing Triceratops that made their debut in Super Mario World. According to the game's instruction manual, they were cursed by Bowser. They are mid-bosses that Mario and Luigi fight in fortresses found everywhere on Dinosaur Land. They are now found in the Mushroom Kingdom since their appearance in New Super Mario Bros. 2. Similar to how the Koopalings are named after various musicians, Reznors are named after Trent Reznor of the industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails.
Super Mario series
Super Mario World
In Super Mario World, Reznors spit fireballs at the player. Caped Mario or Caped Luigi can dissipate the Reznors' fire with his Cape. Mario must hit their platforms from below or shoot fireballs at them to defeat them. The player has a limited amount of time available to knock off the first and second Reznors and then jump to one of their platforms as the floor begins breaking away, exposing the molten lava below at the start of the battle. If the player does not defeat the rest of the Reznors promptly, they will have to jump onto one of the abandoned platforms and fight from there. It is, however, possible to defeat all four without doing so.
Reznors are the bosses of four fortresses scattered through the areas of Dinosaur Land: the Vanilla Fortress, the Forest Fortress, the Chocolate Fortress, and the Valley Fortress. The four Reznor sets all behave the same.
New Super Mario Bros. 2
Reznors reappear in New Super Mario Bros. 2 as the game's tower bosses, and their battle theme is a cover of the Super Mario World boss battle theme. They now roar before the battle starts. Their appearance has changed slightly, with their lower jaws and belly having a lighter tone, and their heads redesigned to better resemble those of Triceratops. The platforms they stand on are now coin-giving Long ? Blocks, and the word "REZNOR" on the boards behind the wheel is gone. Unlike in Super Mario World, where four of them always appear on a single four-platform wheel, Reznors appear either in groups of two or four, and their wheel and bridge setups can also vary. After defeating half of them, the remaining Reznors roar and stomp their blocks, causing the bridges near them to collapse, much like in Super Mario World. They do not attack as frequently as they did in their debut game, and the bridges do not collapse as quickly. Reznors can be defeated when Mario hits the block underneath them, hits them with six fireballs or one gold fireball, or simply touches them while under the effects of the Invincibility Leaf. If defeated by a gold fireball, they will give thirty coins each.
- Level appearances
- World 1-Tower: Two Reznors on one wheel with four Long ? Blocks.
- World 2-Tower: Four Reznors on one wheel with four Long ? Blocks.
- World 3-Tower: Same as World 2-Tower.
- World 4-Tower: Four Reznors on two wheels; two Reznors per wheel, with each wheel having four Long ? Blocks. One bridge is positioned to the left of one wheel, while another bridge is positioned to the right of the other wheel.
- World 5-Tower: Four Reznors on two wheels; two Reznors per wheel, with each wheel having four Long ? Blocks. One bridge is positioned between the two wheels.
- World 6-Tower: Four Reznors on one giant wheel with eight Long ? Blocks.
Mario Golf: World Tour
Super Mario Adventures
In Super Mario Adventures, several Reznors are shown to inhabit the basement of the Koopalings' Tower, attacking anyone who is dumped into the basement. These Reznor were apparently destroyed when, after attacking Princess Toadstool, Friendly Floyd, Mario, Luigi, Toad, and Yoshi, the Reznor ignited a bomb held by Princess Toadstool, blowing up the Koopalings' Tower.
Later in Super Mario Adventures, several Reznors, riding their spinning platforms, can be seen at Bowser's wedding to Princess Toadstool.
Reznors appear in the Super Mario World adaption of the Japanese manga Super Mario-kun.
In the second 4-koma of the first volume, they attempt to spin very quickly in order to make it harder to hit them, but due to the speed, they fall off their platforms from dizziness.
They reappear in volume 4, where Mario tosses Yoshi to their contraption, making three of them fall. The remaining Reznor attacks Mario directly by charging at him, knocking Mario onto a Switch Palace. Inside, there are many Spinies and a Gray P Switch. Mario uses the switch to turn the enemies into Gray Coins, score multiple lives, and clone himself into Mario x99, who then defeat the Reznor.
In the Super Mario Mash-up in Minecraft, Ravagers are replaced by Reznors.
Profiles and statistics
Super Mario series
Super Mario World
- Super Mario World Instruction Booklet: There are dinosaurs called Reznor waiting in all four fortresses. No doubt they've been put under a terrible spell by Koopa. They'll do anything for him, so watch out!
- Mario Mania: Dwelling deep within a dark fortress, Reznor feeds on fire and rests on rotating platforms. Avoid the fireballs he spews and bump him from below.
Nintendo Kōshiki Guidebook – Yoshi's Egg
A dinosaurian character who works as the boss of Koopa's fortresses. A reclusive dinosaur who sold itself to evil, it doesn't want to talk about its relationship with Yoshi.
Tribe: Dinosaur clan
Disposition: First person to arrive
Game appearances: World
Fire-breathing dinosaurs guarding the fort
A rhinoceros-like dinosaur with a chiseled head. It has a silly face, but it rides on a lift that whirls around like a Ferris wheel and shoots flames one after the other. Four of them always attack together.
- Bio: 砦のボス。4体セットでリフトに乗っており、火の玉を吐いてくる。
The boss of the fortress. Four of them ride on a set of lifts and spit fireballs at you.
Original Story illustration, Nintendo Kōshiki Guidebook – Yoshi's Egg
Artwork used for a puzzle based on Super Mario Kart, where Reznor is erroneously colored blue
Names in other languages
|A Japanese expression meaning "to make a peace sign"; likely intended as a variation of Bun Bun|
|Chinese (Simplified)||布伊 (Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2)
布伊布伊 (LEGO Super Mario)
|Transliterated from the Japanese name|
|Transliterated from the Japanese name|
|From "뿔" (ppul, horn) and likely "이" (-i, diminutive suffix)|
- Prototype assets of Super Mario World show that "Bunbun" was one of the tentative phrases on Reznor's sign, possibly indicating that it was Boom Boom earlier in development.
- Super Mario World instruction booklet, page 19.
- Nintendo Power volume 28, page 19.
- M. Arakawa. Nintendo Mario Mania Player's Guide. Page 113.
- As explained by Dayvv Brooks (former Nintendo of America employee), on July 18, 2012.
- M. Arakawa. Nintendo Mario Mania Player's Guide. Page 51.
- 「任天堂公式ガイドブック ヨッシーのたまご」 (Nintendo Kōshiki Guidebook – Yoshi's Egg), page 61.
- Perfect Ban Mario Character Daijiten. Page 182.
- 「スーパーマリオブラザーズ百科: 任天堂公式ガイドブック」 (Super Mario Bros. Hyakka: Nintendo Kōshiki Guidebook), page 56.
- 无敌阿尔宙斯 (August 28, 2013). 神游 超级马力欧世界 敌人官译. Baidu Tieba. Retrieved February 2, 2017.
- 击落布伊布伊扩展关卡 71390 | 乐高®超级马力欧 | LEGO.com CN. LEGO.com. Retrieved June 24, 2021.
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