Super Blooper (boss)

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This article is about the boss from Paper Mario. For the kart in Mario Kart Wii, see Super Blooper (kart).
Paper Mario Enemy
Super Blooper (boss)
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Location(s) Toad Town Tunnels
Max HP 70
Attack 5
Defense 0
Moves Spin Drop (5), Ink Blast (5), Get Enraged, Enraged Drops (10 x 2), Make Babies (creates Blooper Babies)
Type Flying
Items N/A
Coins N/A
Misc. stats
Level 65
Run N/A
Strong None
Weak None
Sleep? Poor, 2 (normal), Immune (mad)
Dizzy? Good, 3 (normal), Immune (mad)
Shock? Fair, 2 (normal), Immune (mad)
Shrink? Good, 2 (normal), Immune (mad)
Stop? Good, 2(3) (normal), Immune (mad)
Fright? Immune
Air Lift? Immune
Hurricane? Immune
Tattle

This is a Super Blooper. Whoa! It's huge! Easily the biggest Blooper ever! Max HP: 70, Attack Power: 5, Defense Power: 0 Trust me, its size doesn't lie. It's pretty powerful. When it gets mad, it turns red and its power goes way up. And sometimes it spawns Blooper Babies. Buckle down, Mario! We're in for a fight!

The Super Blooper is a giant Blooper that resides in Toad Town Tunnels in Paper Mario. It is one of the many Bloopers that Mario comes across in the game, specifically after Chapter 5 during which Sushie became his partner; her ability is needed to reach the Blooper. It is the strongest and largest of the three variations of Bloopers in Toad Town Tunnels; the other two Bloopers that are found in Toad Town Tunnels are the Electro Blooper and the regular Blooper.

During battle, the Super Blooper will occasionally glow red and raise its attack power. Unlike the Electro Blooper, when the Super Blooper is charged, the effect remains even when it is damaged. Also during battle, the Super Blooper will spawn two Blooper Babies that attack Mario similarly to Fuzzies or Swoopulas; they latch onto him and drain his health, and he must repeatedly tap the A Button Button to remove them. When Mario wears a Zap Tap badge, Blooper Babies cannot damage him.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ビッグゲッソー
Biggu Gessō
Big Blooper
German Super-Blooper -
Portuguese Super Blooper -