White Clubba

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Paper Mario enemy
White Clubba
Battle idle animation of a White Clubba from Paper Mario
Location(s) Shiver Mountain, Crystal Palace
Max HP 12
Attack 5
Defense 0
Moves Heavy Club (5), Swift Club (2 x 3)
Type Ground
Items None
Coins 1 + 3-6
Misc. stats
Level 23
Run 32
Strong Ice
Weak Fire (+2), Egg Missile (+2)
Sleep? 80%, 0
Dizzy? 75%, 0
Shock? 75%, 1
Shrink? 75%, 0
Stop? 80%, -1
Fright? 50%
Air Lift? 50%
Hurricane? 60%

This is a White Clubba. They live in cold climates. Who knows why they moved here... Max HP: 12, Attack Power: 5, Defense Power: 0 They sometimes attack consecutively. They're pretty powerful. It's tough to swing such big clubs! Ice attacks won't work on them, so break out fire if you have it.

“Who're you? The great and honorable Crystal King said that I can't let anyone pass! You're up to no good! I'm going to have to hurt you!”
White Clubba, Paper Mario

White Clubbas are stronger, frigid versions of regular Clubbas in Paper Mario. Their design seems to mostly be based on Spikes' appearance from Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island, which are also only found in snow areas. They live in cold areas such as Shiver Mountain and Crystal Palace and they are susceptible to fire attacks. In a certain part of Crystal Palace, some White Clubbas are required to be defeated in order to clear out the Clubba statues on the other side. One attack involves them swinging a club at Mario, while one of their alternative attacks is quickly striking the plumber with the club three times. The attacks do five and six damage unblocked, respectively, though since the latter attack involves more strikes, more health can be saved if each strike is blocked properly than with the former. When a Clubba sees Mario, it tries to whack him with its club as the First Strike. They appear both as standard enemies and as stationary scripted miniboss encounters, where they appear alongside various colors of Magikoopas.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ホワイトガボン
Howaito Gabon
White Spike
Chinese 白加邦
Bái Jiābāng
White Spike
German Weißer Clubba White Clubba
Spanish Clubba Blanco White Clubba