Water Vellumental

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Water Vellumental
PMOK Water Vellumental.png
First appearance Paper Mario: The Origami King (2020)
The Water Vellumental charges up its Big Wave

The Water Vellumental is a dragon with water-based abilities and the second Vellumental boss fought in Paper Mario: The Origami King. It resides in the Water Vellumental Shrine located in Autumn Mountain. After the Water Vellumental is defeated, Olivia obtains its Bibliofold and can then transform into the Water Vellumental and use its abilities while Mario stands on certain Magic Circles. This is first used to flood a nearby lake. It is based on the Azure Dragon.


Before Mario starts organizing the rings every turn, the Water Vellumental creates Water Spouts which will wash away any panels in the same column as them after the rings have been organized. Since the Water Vellumental is flying, Hammer attacks (aside from the Hurlhammer) and the 1,000-Fold Arms cannot damage it, although a Jump attack will ground it for the following turn. The Water Vellumental will eventually charge up a Big Wave attack, which can be avoided by using the Earth Vellumental's power. After using Big Wave, the Water Vellumental will be grounded and can take heavy damage from the 1,000-Fold Arms.


  • Gallery description: Flies high and attacks with water. Send it to the ground with your boots, then use the Earth Vellumental's power.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ガミ
Water God
Spanish Papelemental del agua Water Vellumental
(papelemental is a combination of papel (paper) and elemental (elemental))
French Espli de l'Eau Water Vellumental
(Espli is a pun on esprit (spirit))
German Wasser-Pergamenton
Korean 물의 신수
Murui sinsu
Legendary creature of Water
(Can be 'Legendary' or 'Numinous', 'Divine' depending on translation)