Yurarin Boo

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Yurarin Boo
Artwork of a Yurarin Boo from Super Mario Land
First appearance Super Mario Land (1989)
Variant of Yurarin
Notable members
Dragonzamasu

Yurarin Boo[1][2] are fire-breathing seahorse enemies found in Muda Kingdom in Super Mario Land. Unlike their little brothers, the Yurarin, Yurarin Boos can move up and down shooting fireballs. On some occasions, Yurarin Boo can also be found outside of the water. They are also known to be invincible to Superballs. To defeat one, Mario has to stomp one's head or shoot it with two of the Marine Pop's torpedoes. Defeating one awarded Mario with 400 points. Yurarin Boo are more common than Yurarin, even though they are stronger. They appear in all three levels of Muda Kingdom. Dragonzamasu, the boss of the Muda Kingdom, resembles these creatures.

In the Game Boy comic books spun off from the Nintendo Comics System, produced by the company Valiant, Yurarin Boos made cameos where they could fly, and be used as mounts by Pionpi.

Profiles[edit]

Super Mario Land[edit]

  • Instruction booklet: This is the big brother of Yurarin. It moves up and down spitting out fireballs, and a superball as no effect on it.[1]
  • Game Boy Player's Guide: These super seahorses leap from the water and spit fire.[2]
  • 3DS Virtual Console manual: This is the big brother of Yurarin. It moves up and down, spitting out fireballs. Superballs have no effect on this creature.

Perfect Ban Mario Character Daijiten[edit]

ユラリン・プー
種族 アクア族
性格 熱くなりやすい
登場ゲーム ランド1
火を吹くユラリンの兄さん
ユラリンの兄さんで海から元気よく跳び出し、火を吹く。スーパーボールはきかないので、踏みつけるしかないが、海の中のユラリン・プーは魚雷を当てれば倒せる。[3]

Yurarin Boo
Tribe: Aqua clan
Disposition: Prone to getting fired up
Game appearances: Land 1
Yurarin's fire-breathing brother
He is Yurarin's older brother, leaping energetically out of the sea and breathing fire. Since the superball does not work, you have to stomp on him, but you can defeat Yurarin Boo in the sea by hitting him with a torpedo.

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ユラリン・プー[4]
Yurarin pū
From「ユラリン」(Yurarin) and「プー」(, onomatopoeia for spitting)
Dutch Yurarin Boo[5] -
French Yurarin Boo -
German Yurarin Boo -
Spanish Yurarin Boo -

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Super Mario Land English instruction booklet, page 16.
  2. ^ a b M. Arakawa. Nintendo Game Boy Player's Guide. Page 5.
  3. ^ Shogakukan. 1994.「パーフェクト版 マリオキャラクター大事典」 (Perfect Ban Mario Character Daijiten), page 224.
  4. ^ Super Mario Land Japanese instruction booklet, page 18.
  5. ^ Club Nintendo (Netherlands) Classic, page 8.