Shiverian

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Shiverian
Shiverian 1.JPG
First appearance Super Mario Odyssey (2017)
Notable members
Shiverian Elder
Shiverian Racer

The Shiverians are a race of chubby seal-like creatures with penguin-like proportions that inhabit the Snow Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey. Most Shiverians wear white and red parkas with snow boots, while the Shiverian racers wear only snow hats and pants and appear to have a slight pink blush on their cheeks.

They host a race called the Bound Bowl Grand Prix, in which the Shiverians roll and bounce across a racetrack. The initial prize for first place was a Frost-Frosted Cake; when that was stolen by Bowser, first prize became a Multi Moon instead. During the events of the game, an unnamed Shiverian in red pants that was set to participate in the race has second doubts about the race right before it starts, and refuses to come out. To win the Multi Moon, Mario must Capture the Shiverian, and participate and win in the race.

At the game's finale, in the Moon Kingdom, a few Shiverians can be found in attendance of the wedding between Bowser and Princess Peach. They comment on how they were brought forcefully, and wish to return home. After beating the game, they can be found at the entrance of the Moon Kingdom near the Odyssey, and in the start of Darker Side, as well as many of the kingdoms on Earth. Several of the Shiverian Racers are shown to travel between kingdoms as well, though they cannot be raced outside of the Snow Kingdom.

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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ボウル人
Bouru jin
From Shiveria's Japanese name,「パウダーボウル」(Paudābouru), and 「人」(person)
Spanish Friolandés From Friolandia (the Spanish name of Shiveria) and the suffix -és (used to indicate nationality)
French Flonflon
Dutch Bibberiër From Bibberië (the Dutch name of Shiveria) and Siberiër (Siberian (person))
German Schlotteraner From "schlottern" (to shiver) and the suffix "-aner" (indicating nationality)
Russian Озябец
Ozyabets
From Озябск (the Russian name of Shiveria).
Chinese 博乌尔人 (Simplified)
Bówū'ěr rén
博爾人 (Traditional)
Bó'ěr rén
Derived from Shiveria's Chinese name