Zombie Magon

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Zombie Magon
Zombie Magon in Horror Manor
Image of a large Zombie Magon
First appearance Wario World (2003)
Variant of Magon

Zombie Magons[1] are skeletal versions of Magons found in Horror Manor in Wario World. They come in big and small variants and try to attack Wario with a claw swipe or a slide if they have the fast trait. Big Zombie Magons roar while idle and if some enemies get in between the way of one and Wario, they start performing one of two taunts. If a Big Zombie Magon loses sight of Wario, it looks around and then turns towards Wario. Big Zombie Magons are knocked down in one hit and drops one coin; if they are picked up and thrown, they are destroyed and drop a big coin worth 10 coins.

Small Zombie Magons try to hit Wario with a fast bite attack. They surround Wario and roar and hop while idle. If Wario defeats enemies nearby them, they may shake in fear. Small Zombie Magons are defeated in one hit and drop one coin when defeated. They try to run away if Wario defeats all other enemies; if Wario defeats it before it leaves, it drops 6 big coins, each worth 10 coins.

Big Zombie Magons can be normal, clumsy, or fast. Clumsy and fast ones trip on the floor, but fast ones sometimes perform a slide attack that can only push Wario and make him drop anything he is carrying.

Small Zombie Magons can be clumsy and trip on the floor or lose Wario from sight. If they do lose sight of him, they look around and sprint towards Wario with their arms in the air. Some small Zombie Magons are also faster at walking than the others.


Names in other languages[edit]

Zombie Magon[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 骨ゴン[2]
Portmanteau of「骨」(hone, bone) and「タマゴン」(Tamagon, Magon)

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ビッグ骨ゴン[2]
Biggu Honegon
Big Zombie Magon


  1. ^ Stratton, Steve. Wario World: Prima’s Official Strategy Guide. Page 13.
  2. ^ a b 「ワリオワールド任天堂公式ガイドブック」 (Wario World Nintendo Kōshiki Guidebook), page 152.