Trashure

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Trashure
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First appearance Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story (2009)
Latest appearance Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr.'s Journey (2018)
Variants
Dark Trashure

Trashures are brown treasure chests that appear in Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story. They reside in Dimble Wood. Their name may be a pun of the saying "One man's trash is another man's treasure", or simply a pun on "trash" and "treasure" (they also may be a joke about 'trash talking', as the chest itself seems to be whispering words while looking at Bowser). They attack by opening their bodies as the lock on them pulls out three to five of the following items randomly and throws it at Bowser: a Scutlet, a Hammer, an iron ball, a Coin or a Mushroom. If countered, the object will fall back on to the Trashure, damaging it if the object thrown is one of the first three items. The hammers from Trashures can make Bowser dizzy. If a Mushroom is countered, it will be sent back to the Trashure, and the enemy will recover some health.

These enemies have a chance each turn to simply run away from the battle instead of attacking by hopping off to the right side of the screen. If this occurs, the player will not earn any Experience Points or coin/item drops from it. Once the Trashure takes a certain amount of damage, the lock on it will fall off, which makes the chest open and exposes the treasure inside. The Trashure will become unable to act for 1 or 2 turns and Bowser's Vacuum command can then be used to suck the coins out of the monster, usually defeating it instantly in the process. If Mario and Luigi encounter this enemy, they will be unable to steal its treasure should this situation occur, due to the brothers having no access to the Vacuum command.

Trashures have a stronger counterpart in the Fawfulized Peach's Castle, Dark Trashures. Bowser can use the Vacuum Block to inhale a Blitty from the Trashures.

In Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr.'s Journey, they no longer chase Mario and Luigi in the overworld. If they are fought however, there will always be two Trashures.

Statistics[edit]

Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story / Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr.'s Journey[edit]

Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story Enemy
Trashure
Trashure.gif HP 147 (221) POW 57 (143) DEF 58 (87) SPEED 21 (32) Coins 15 (23)
Level 15 Fire Normal Burn? Double Battled by Anyone Location(s) Dimble Wood
Dizzy? Normal Stat Down? Normal KO? Normal Experience 40 Item Drop Syrup Jar - 15%
Fast Cash Ring - 25%
Notice: 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 & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr.'s Journey Enemy
Trashure
MLBISBJJTrashure.png HP: 112 POW: 60 DEF: 40 SPEED: 21 Experience: 40
Fire: Normal Jump: Normal Hammer: Normal Battled by: Anyone Coins: 15
Burn: 1x Dizzy: 1x Stat Down: 1x Speed down: 1x Item Drop: Cheese - 30%
Fast Cash Ring - 10%
Level:           6 Location(s): Dimble Wood

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese トレジャン
Torejan
Comes from the English "treasure." May also be derived from 「じゃん」 jan, meaning "isn't it?"
Spanish (NOA) Cofraude From cofre (chest) and fraude (fraud).
Spanish (NOE) Cofredio From cofre (chest) and possibly asedio (siege).
French (NOA) Coffre-fou From coffre-fort (safe, coffre also means chest) and fou (crazy).
French (NOE) Coffre-fortiche From coffre-fort (safe, coffre also means chest) and the familiar word fortiche (clever)
German Schatzfratz From Schatz (treasure) and Fratze (antic, mug)
Italian Scrigno Maligno Scrigno means "chest" and Maligno means "evil".