Shiny Hurlhammer

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Shiny Hurlhammer
A weapon from Paper Mario: The Origami King.
Sticker Star description Hurls a huge hammer into the air that plunges down and strikes all foes with fairly strong force. Also hits flying foes.
The Origami King description A stronger option for long-range hammer attacks.
“An attack that, like other hammers, fails if held too long. If you throw it too fast, it'll hit only one foe. ”
Sticker Museum plaque, Paper Mario: Sticker Star

The Shiny Hurlhammer is an item that first appears in Paper Mario: Sticker Star and returns in Paper Mario: The Origami King. It is a more powerful variant of the Hurlhammer.

History[edit]

Paper Mario: Sticker Star[edit]

As a sticker

In Paper Mario: Sticker Star, Shiny Hurlhammers can be purchased in W4-4, Shaved-Ice Cave, for 30 coins and sold for 15 coins. A Shiny Hurlhammer can also be found at W1-5, Whammino Mountain, in the area in front of the Sticker Shop once enough progress has been made. It has a two-star attack power and damages all enemies on and close to the ground. Airborne enemies can also be hurt if they are the first to be struck by the hammer. The Shiny Hurlhammer can be placed in the Sticker Musuem as #45, alongside other Hurlhammers and Eekhammers.

Paper Mario: The Origami King[edit]

In Paper Mario: The Origami King, Shiny Hurlhammers can be purchased at Toad Town for 1380 coins. They can later be purchased at Shroom City once the Snif City Royal Hotel Collectible Treasure is bought. It has a base damage of 22 at 50 HP and 30 at 200 HP. When an Action Command is successfully performed, a bonus two damage is added alongside the Action Command's bonus damage. In battle, it attacks in a straight line, damaging foes on and close to the ground. It can also damage airborne enemies with the initial strike.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese キラポイなげハンマー
Kirapoi nage hanmā
Chinese (Simplified) 闪闪丢丢锤子
Shǎnshǎn diū diū chuízi
Chinese (Traditional) 閃亮丟丟槌子
Shǎn liàng diū diū chuízi
French Martopilon brillant
German Glitzer-Wurfhammer
Italian Lanciartello lucente
Spanish (NOA) Martillo tilín brilloso
Spanish (NOE) Martilito brillante