|Dream Team enemy|
|Location(s)||Neo Bowser Castle|
|Item drop||Max Mushroom (4%)|
Walker Guys are light blue Shy Guys with bright red shoes that are enemies fought in Neo Bowser Castle in Mario & Luigi: Dream Team. In the field, they get dragged by their respective Chain Chomps towards Mario and Luigi when spotted. At the start of battle, they always appear with a Chain Chomp. If defeated, the Walker Guy will attempt to bring another into battle by running into the background and looking for one (and on occasion, failing), and thus the Walker Guy should be defeated first. They are even stronger than the Shy Guys R.
Chain Chomps may look at a Bro., and start to swing its chain with the Walker Guy holding on, where the Walker Guy will get flung off towards the same Bro. However, if the Chain Chomp swings the Walker Guy with its eyes closed, then the Walker Guy will be flung towards the opposite Bro., but the Chain Chomp will lunge at the Bro. who was looked at before starting the attack. The Bro. the Walker Guy was flung towards must hammer them to the ground before them to avoid taking damage. The Chain Chomp will then charge at a Bro., who must be stopped by having the targeted Bro. hammer it. If the Walker Guy is countered and the Chain Chomp attacks the same Bro., the Walker Guy will end up get mowed over and take damage.
A Chain Chomp may also drag its Walker Guy through the Bros., who must jump over or on either the Walker Guy or the Chain Chomp to avoid them. The Walker Guy takes more damage the longer it gets dragged about, and may attempt to pull the Chain Chomp back just before it hits a Bro., which may throw off the Bros.' timing. After either a Bro. gets hit by this attack, or the attack fails to hit a Bro. for long enough, it ends.
There are similar enemies in Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam who appear in the respective Neo Bowser Castle. However, they are just normal Shy Guys and carry around two Chain Chomps.
Names in other languages
|Walk Shy Guy|
|French (NOE)||Maskass rôdeur||Wandering Shy Guy|
|German||Wander Guy||Walk Guy|
|Italian||Tipo a spasso||Walking Guy|
|Portuguese||Masquito viajante||Travelling Shy Guy|
|Diminutive of "гулять" (gulyat, to walk)|
|Spanish (NOA)||Shy Guy Caminante||Walker Shy Guy|
|Spanish (NOE)||Merodeaguy||From "merodear" (to wander about) and "Shy Guy"|