Thunder Rage

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Thunder Rage
PaperMario Items ThunderRage.png The Thunder Rage from Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door Thunder Rage SPM.png
Paper Mario description Lightning that strikes all enemies. Attack Power: 5
The Thousand-Year Door description Drops lightning on all enemies and stuns them.
Super Paper Mario description Strikes enemies with lightning.

A Thunder Rage is an item in the Paper Mario series first appearing in Paper Mario. It deals five lightning-elemental damage to all enemies on-screen, and acts like a stronger version of Thunder Bolt, an item that hurts only one enemy. The Thunder Rage appears to be upside down, as opposed to its upright position in later Paper Mario games. It can be created by giving Tayce T. a Dried Fruit and a Volt Shroom.

It reappears in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. The description claims that this item has a small chance of stunning an enemy, but this is incorrect. However, it can give enemies the POW-Down status if the latter was hacked. It can also be cooked by mixing a Shooting Star with a Point Swap. However, if used on lightning related enemies such as Ruff Puffs, they will gain HP.

When used in Super Paper Mario, the player must first shake the Wii Remote to gain power. After that, lightning will strike on-screen enemies, dealing from a minimum of 3 damage to a maximum of 12 damage to them depending on how much the Wii Remote has been shaked. It can be cooked to make an Electro Pop.

In volume 26 of Super Mario-kun, a Yoshi in the Fearsome 5 uses a Thunder Rage to defeat a White Magikoopa.

Paper Mario locations[edit]

Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door locations[edit]

Screenshot of Mario revealing a hidden ? Block (containing a Thunder Rage) in Riverside Station, in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door.
The hidden block in Riverside Station.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese かみなりドッカン[2]
Kaminari Dokkan
Thunder Boom; shared with the Shocker move

Chinese 雷暴[3]

French Foudre
German Donnerzorn
Italian Lampoblitz
Lightning-blitz; shared with the Shocker move
Korean 천둥콸르릉
Cheondung Kwalleuleung
Thunder Roar

Spanish Furia Trueno
Fury Thunder


  1. ^ Jdaster64 (April 7, 2016). Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door Enemy Item/Badge Drop FAQ. GameFAQs. Retrieved October 11, 2016.
  2. ^ "Paper Mario: From Japanese to English". (June 17, 2013). The Mushroom Kingdom. Retrieved February 4, 2015.
  3. ^ From iQue's localization of Paper Mario: (110:22)