Shunned Guy

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Color Splash Enemy
Shunned Guy
PMCS Shunned Guy Idle Animated.gif
Location(s) Indigo Underground, Tangerino Grill, Sunset Express
Type Normal
HP 12
Attack
Defense
Strong Jump, Hammer
Weak Fire
Moves Attack (5), Straw Attack (heals itself while reducing the red paint of Mario), Last Straw Attack (heals itself while reducing the red paint of Mario), Group Attack (5), Blowback Attack (12)
Card Probability 2
Card

PMCS Red Slurp Guy Card.png

Quotes

Indigo Underground: "My favorite color is slurple!" ~ "Paint and suffering..." ~ "Not fire! Anything but fire!" ~ "Heh... Eheheheh..."
Tangerino Grill: "Eheheheh..." ~ "Shhhhhhhhhhhhhh..." ~ "*sniff* *sniff*" ~ "SCHLURRRRRRP... Tastyyyyyyyyy..."

Dropped Items
Hammer Scraps 20
Red Paint 42
Yellow Paint 0
Blue Paint 5
Orange Paint 0
Green Paint 0
Purple Paint 0
Coins 1

“Paint and suffering...”
Shunned Guy, Paper Mario: Color Splash

The Shunned Guy is a Slurp Guy found in the Indigo Underground in Paper Mario: Color Splash. It can be located in a small cave branching off from a platforming room next to an upward-moving block. It is seen sucking the color out of a Toad. When Mario approaches it, it suddenly bends backward unnaturally and spots Mario before moving towards him similar to a 2-Fold Goomba or a bug, initiating the battle.[1] Mario tries to escape, but he's unable to. Attacking the Shunned Guy with Jumps or Hammer doesn't damage it[2], but can be defeated with fire-based attacks, outright stated from one of its in-battle quotes.

The Shunned Guy is also the final opponent in the third Roshambo Temple tournament before the Rock Paper Wizard's appearance.

A Shunned Guy appears in the kitchen of Tangerino Grill during the commotion caused by Shy Guys, in the shelves next to the sink.[3] Another Shunned Guy also appears in the Sunset Express scaring one of the Red Rescue Squad members. In both appearances, a Shunned Guy can be defeated outside of battle with First Strike attacks, but still retain their invulnerability to Jump and Hammer attacks in battle.

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Spanish (NOE) Rastreroguy Crawling Guy (having its meaning from arrastrarse, to crawl), but also can mean Despicable Guy (since rastrero means despicable, too)
French (NOA) Maskache araignée Maskache, Shy Guy's French NOA name, and Spider
French (NOE) Maskass maudit Maskass, Shy Guy's French NOE name, and Cursed
German Raupen Guy Caterpillar Guy

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3QAgNDVBibQ
  2. ^ https://youtu.be/2d6RlFHXqKI?t=20m12s
  3. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ISF1Jmb9Y2I