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Sprite of a Superbombomb in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door.
"Won't Vivian be punished if she doesn't find this?"
First appearance Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (2004)
“It must have broken when my sister dropped it...”
Vivian, Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door

The Superbombomb is a weapon the Shadow Sirens planned to use against Mario and his teammates in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. Beldam puts the weapon together, but she loses it and blames Vivian for it, threatening to punish her if she does not find it. After Doopliss robs Mario of his identity and partners, Mario finds this item (which was broken from when Beldam dropped it) for Vivian, who then joins his party.

During Bowser's event at the ending of Chapter 5, Bowser and Kammy Koopa find Lord Crump in Twilight Town and demand to know everything he knows about Mario and his team, as well as the Crystal Stars. A face-off begins between the two parties: Lord Crump and the X-Nauts, and Bowser, Kammy, and the Koopa Troop. When Crump and the X-Nauts begin to attack the Koopas using this item, it is defective, but Bowser's fiery breath sets it off, defeating both armies.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese イチコロバクダン
Ichikoro Bakudan
Trouncing Bomb
French Ultibombe Portmanteau of ultime (ultimate) and bombe (bomb).
German Superbombe Superbomb
Italian Bomba Mors Mors Bomb (Mors is Latin for "death".)
Spanish Granada Fulminante Sudden & Fatal Grenade