Smorg (species)

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This article is about the smaller enemies that it is composed of. For the boss of Chapter 6 from Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, see Smorg.
Smorg
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First Appearance Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (2004)
Notable Members
Smorg

“SMOOO-OOORG!”
Smorg, Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door

Smorgs are small, black cloud-like enemies with yellow eyes. They appear in the sixth chapter, Excess Express in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, where they collectively form a large entity named Smorg, who serves as the chapter boss. Smorgs come in two variations: regular black versions and magenta variations. Magenta variations make up the central structure of the Smorg boss, while black ones consist the external parts of the boss.

The Smorgs attacking the Excess Express

Smorgs are first seen attacking the Excess Express and kidnapping its passengers after being released in the Riverside Station. Mario saves the conductor and the waitress from the Smorgs, which makes them realize that everybody must have been attacked in their sleep. Smorgs cover the roof of the train, where Mario makes his way towards at the front of the train, where they form Smorg. After Mario defeats Smorg, the Smorgs blow away and release the captive passengers.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese モアモア
Moamoa
Corruption of "Loa Loa", a real-life parasite capable of infiltrating tissues
Spanish Miomio Mio from Miasma and the word "Mío" (mine)
French Moahmoah French pronunciation of the Japanese name
German Fluffy -
Italian Moa Moa Variation of Japanese name