Sleepy Stomp

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Sleepy Stomp
Sleep stomp badge.PNG Sleepystomp.gif
BP Needed
Sell Price 37 coins­
First Appearance Paper Mario (2000
Latest Appearance Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (2004
Paper Mario Description Lets you do a Sleep Stomp. Uses 2 FP. If it works the enemy Mario jumps on falls asleep for a bit.­
The Thousand-Year Door Description Wear this to use Sleepy Stomp. 2 FP are required to use this attack, which can make enemies sleep if executed superbly. Wearing two or more of these badges requires more FP for the move, but enemies stay asleep for longer.

Sleepy Stomp, originally known as Sleep Stomp, is a badge in Paper Mario and Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. In Paper Mario, it can be bought from Rowf and Rhuff's badge shop for in Toad Town for seventy-five coins. In Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, it is the reward for reaching the tenth floor of the Pit of 100 Trials, can be bought from the Lovely Howz of Badges for seventy-five coins, and can rarely be dropped after a battle against Fuzzies, Dark Puffs, and Boos. If Mario is equipped with it, he gains access to the Sleepy Stomp move (Sleep Stomp in Paper Mario), a jump attack that costs two FP. The move acts like the standard jump attack, but the target of the attack has a chance of being afflicted with the Sleepy status (dependent on the enemy; some enemies always fall asleep, while others are immune to it), which makes them fall asleep for five turns. Wearing multiple copies of the badges increases the amount of FP required to use the move, but also increases how long the enemy stays asleep.

Drop Rates[edit]

Badge Rates in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
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Sleepy Stomp
Roll over Rate types for descriptions, and dotted-lined rates to show percentages out of 100.
Enemy Hold Rate Drop Rate
Fuzzy 0/200 1/300
Dark Puff 0/200 2/300
Boo 0/200 2/300

Merluvlee's prediction in Paper Mario[edit]

  • "I see...a Sleep Stomp Badge. It is for sale at the open-air shop in the plaza outside the castle gate."

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ネムラセフミィ
Nemurase Fumī
From 「眠らせ踏み」, "put-to-sleep stomp"
Spanish Pisotón Sueño
French (NOE) Sautmeil Pun on saut (jump) and sommeil (slumber)
German Schnarcher snorer
Italian Effetto sonno