Scutlet (enemy)

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Bowser's Inside Story Enemy
Scutlet (enemy)
Location(s) Dimble Wood
Battled by Mario and Luigi
Level 21
HP 72 (108)
POW 43 (108)
DEF 65 (98)
SPEED 138 (207)
Fire Normal
Burn? Normal
Dizzy? Normal
Stat Down? Normal
KO? Normal
Experience 100
Coins 25 (38)
Item Drop Super Mushroom - 10%
Rugged Socks - 20%
  • The second set of numbers next to the enemy's HP, POW, DEF, SPEED and Coins are stat increases from the Challenge Medal accessory; a 50% increase for HP, DEF, SPEED and Coins earned, and a 150% increase for POW.

Scutlets are cockroach-like creatures that appear as enemies in Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story. A larger member of the species that is also named Scutlet in English is found inside Bowser's stomach as a boss Mario and Luigi have to face.

More Scutlets appear outside of Bowser's body in Dimble Wood, which are much smaller than the one found in Bowser's body. For Bowser, they can be defeated in one hit for extra coins in the overworld, meaning they are exclusive for the Mario Bros. to battle normally. During the battle, they appear in high numbers, and will attack by running at the Bros., showing which one they're going to attack beforehand. The attack is countered by jumping. Failing however, may give the Mario Bros the Trip status effect. If three or less Scutlets remain, then one Scutlet will slowly walk over to a brother. This can be countered by a hammer. They are like the cockroach of the Mushroom Kingdom, seeing that they are found in Junker Cans.

In the Junker X battle, the Scutlets that come out of the Junker Can Xs are brown instead of the regular black.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ぺタリーノ
From petapeta, an onomatopoeia for crawling.
Spanish (NOA) Piojuela Composed by piojo (lice) and "-uela", a sufix that is used to mean "little" or "a bit".
Spanish (NOE) Pegaracha Pun on pegar (to punch) and cucaracha (cockroach)
French Tocolan Put on collant (sticky)
German Betalino From the boss version's German name Betaling and the Italian diminutive suffix -lino
Italian Malablatta Bad Cockroach