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Bowser's Inside Story Enemy
Location(s) Plack Beach
Battled by Anyone
Level 10
HP 27 (41)
POW 30 (75)
DEF 42 (63)
SPEED 12 (18)
Fire Normal
Burn? Normal
Dizzy? Normal
Stat Down? Normal
KO? Normal
Experience 18
Coins 5 (8)
Item Drop Hot Drumstick - 30%
TNT Drumstick - 20%
  • The second set of numbers next to the enemy's HP, POW, DEF, SPEED and Coins are stat increases from the Challenge Medal accessory; a 50% increase for HP, DEF, SPEED and Coins earned, and a 150% increase for POW.
Mario about to hammer a Toothy

Toothies are Pokeys made entirely out of teeth that are found in Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story. These enemies are encountered in Plack Beach. They attack by charging at the player one to three times. If they have no body, they summon a Blue Virus with a spear in their mouth and have it charge at the player. If Bowser is present to this, he simply has to punch the Blue Virus in midair when it come close to him. If Mario and Luigi are in a battle with a Toothy, its charge attack is deflected with the hammer. But if it spits out a Blue Virus, the Blue Virus will either stay idle or hop. If it stays idle the Mario Bros. must jump, but if it hops as it pulls its spear out, Mario and Luigi must not jump. In addition getting hit could result the Poison status effect. Toothies can also rebuild their bodies. Dealing damage to their bodies does not cause damage, however dealing damage to the head will. With one Hammer swing or Bowser's punch, the player can wipe out the entire body, leaving the head stuck in the ground. The head is the only part of the Toothy to which damage can be dealt. If Bowser inhales the teeth that make up Toothy's body, he can increase his defense and also make the Toothy vulnerable, as it can no longer rebuild its body. Bowser's flame will not do any damage or take out a Toothy's body.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ハガサンボン
From Sanbo, Pokey's Japanese name, and ha, meaning "tooth".
Spanish (NOA) Dentudo Toothy
Spanish (NOE) Trimuelito From "Tri" (Prefix for three) and "Muela" (tooth).
French (NOE) Pokenotte From "Pokey" and "quenotte" (tooth)
German Karies-Pokey Caries Pokey
Italian Dentabruco From "dente" (tooth) and "Marghibruco" (Pokey's Italian name)