Sea Pipe Statue

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Bowser's Inside Story Enemy
Sea Pipe Statue
Sea Pipe Statue 1.gif
Location(s) Plack Beach
Battled by Bowser
Level 12
HP 320 (480)
POW 40 (100)
DEF 36 (54)
SPEED 32 (48)
Fire Normal
Burn? Immune
Dizzy? Immune
Stat Down? Normal
KO? Immune
Experience 120
Coins 50 (75)
Item Drop Hot Drumstick - 100%
1-Up Deluxe - 40%
Notice
  • 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.
Bowser's Inside Story Enemy
Stone Blooper
Stone Blooper.gif
Location(s) Plack Beach
Battled by Mario & Luigi
Level 4
HP 320 (480)
POW 16 (40)
DEF 16 (24)
SPEED 28 (42)
Fire Normal
Burn? Immune
Dizzy? Immune
Stat Down? Normal
KO? Immune
Experience 30
Coins 0 (0)
Item Drop --
Notice
  • 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.
Bowser encountering the live Sea Pipe Statue.

The Sea Pipe Statue is a boss in Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story encountered at Plack Beach. It is a fountain statue that was supposedly made of a hero of an after-mentioned location (though Bowser temporarily thought it was himself before saying that that its arms didn't look "manly" enough for him). Fawful brought to life. On the statue is a Stone Blooper, which comes to life and attacks. It can hide inside one of the pipes attached to the statue and shoot itself at Bowser, who must counter the attack with a punch. To defeat it, Bowser can suck in the Blooper so Mario and Luigi can fight it. When the Stone Blooper takes damage from Mario and Luigi's attacks, the statue it was attached to also takes damage, which is strange since it is outside Bowser. In the battle with Mario and Luigi, the Blooper may fly toward them for a tackle attack. Once the Blooper takes enough damage, it will flash red, similar to the Fury status effect, and its next tackle attack will be much faster. Both of these tackle attacks can be countered by using hammer. Countering its charged-up tackle attack will launch it out of Bowser's mouth and cause it to crash into its statue. Bowser can then attack without fear of retaliation for several turns. Another one of its attacks consists of it embedding itself in the fleshy floor of the battlefield and spinning quickly, thus injuring Bowser. Soon, the Blooper will float out of Bowser's mouth and regain its place on top of the statue.

When the Sea Pipe Statue and Stone Blooper are defeated, the fountain statue becomes a normal fountain, which Bowser can drink out of to fill up his stomach and to allow Mario and Luigi access to the Pump Works.

Names in other languages[edit]

Sea Pipe Statue[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese マリンパイプのぞう
Marin Paipu no Zō
Marine Pipe's Statue
Spanish (NOA) Estatua del Balneario Balneary Statue
Spanish (NOE) Marino Estatua From Marino (marine) and estatua (statue).
French (NOA) Statue Balnéaire Resort statue
French (NOE) Statue Marine
Italian Statua Guardaflussi Flux-looker statue

Stone Blooper[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ゲッソーのぞう
Gessō no Zō
Blooper Statue
Spanish Blooperestatua From Blooper and estatua (statue).
French Statue de Bloups

Trivia[edit]

  • This is the only enemy that damages Bowser from inside while fighting the Mario Bros. with the exception of Durmite, but she doesn't battle Bowser herself.
  • Even though the Stone Blooper can be defeated inside Bowser, its Defeat Effect is like a normal enemy's. The Defeat Effect for most bosses (with the exception of Bowser Memory ML and the Shroobs) happens only to the statue it was attached to.
  • The Stone Blooper is the only boss who can be damaged by both the Mario Bros and Bowser.