Sir Weston

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SirWestonIcon.png Sir Weston
Sir Weston in the game Luigi's Mansion.
Full name Sir Weston, the Chilly Climber
Age 30
Biography This strange fellow's icy abode may be the reason he hasn't warmed up to being a ghost.
Room Cold Storage
HP 100
Heart quote Darn, I love the cold, I mean, I just plain love it!
“HOT! OH VERY HOT! You! You're making it too HOT!”
Sir Weston, Luigi's Mansion
Sir Weston
Luigi chasing Sir Weston.

Sir Weston, the Chilly Climber is an arctic explorer ghost that loves the cold. He loves freezing temperatures so much, he resides in the Cold Storage in Luigi's Mansion where he is a portrait ghost encountered during the events of Luigi's Mansion and its remake. His portrait number in Professor E. Gadd's gallery is 18. He is the only portrait ghost, besides King Boo and Bowser, who can be found in the basement.

Luigi's Mansion[edit]

Apparently, Sir Weston has not "warmed up" to the idea of being a ghost and keeps himself trapped in his ice sanctuary. Sir Weston has even encased himself in a near impenetrable block of ice, forcing Luigi to figure out a way to melt the ice.

There are two logs and a campfire in the Cold Storage. Lighting the logs on fire unfreezes Sir Weston. He becomes enraged because of the heat and launches waves of ice at Luigi. Simultaneously, icicles fall from the ceiling, causing twenty Hit Points' worth of damage every time they hit Luigi. While Sir Weston is unfrozen, Luigi can capture him. Sir Weston has a medium pull, though the icy floor of the Cold Storage causes him to be one of the most difficult ghosts to keep attached to. A treasure chest containing the key to the Artist's Studio appears after Sir Weston is sucked in.

Physical appearance[edit]

Sir Weston has icy blue skin, a circular head, pale yellow eyes, and large expressive teeth. He is cloaked in an anorak and has a red knapsack on his back.


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3DS Version[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese アルプ
From「アルプス」(Arupusu, Alps)

French Sir Weston
German Herr Alpenträumer, Gletscherkletterer
Mr. Alps Dreamer (Portmanteau from "Alpine" and "alptraum", which means "nightmare"), glacier climber
Italian Sig. Cimone, lo scalatore fresco
Mr. Cimon, the cool climber; either a portmanteau of the name "Simone"/"Simon" and the word "Chill" or the word "Cima" (mountain top) and the augmentative suffix "-one"
Spanish Héctor, el escalador de hielo
Hector, the Ice Climber