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  • Magikoopa
  • Magikoopa
  • Magikoopa
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  • Categoría:IncompletoLos magikoopas son Koopas Mágicos que atacan a Mario. Kamek forma parte de la especie de los Magikoopas.thumbthumb
  • Magikoopas are recurring enemies in the Super Mario (series), they use magic to attack and often ride broomsticks, however, they don't always ride them. They are usually seen to be allied with Bowser and Wario. Magikoopas appear to be important members of Bowser's army and Kamek is his personal adviser who seems to have raised him while Kammy Koopa did the same for his cousin Koopa Kid.
  • Magikoopas are a type of Koopa Troopa with magical abilities. They are most naturally seen wearing a blue cloak, glasses, and a hat (which is also blue). However, Kammy the Magikoopa wears purple and looks like a witch. Magikoopas are Bowser's highest-ranked Koopas Troopas. This is shown in the intro sequence of Super Paper Mario - Bowser has Magikoopas at the front of the crowd, while Goombas and Koopa Troopas are further back. There are several different colorations of Magikoopa, each having their own special abilities. Mario fights one after gaining the action command ability in Paper Mario. If alone, they make copies of themselves, much like Wizzerds.
  • Magikoopas are koopa wizards part of Bowser's army.
  • Magikoopas are Koopas that have learned about magic and sorcery. They use spells to attack and can buff themselves or others.
  • Magikoopas (カメック, Kamekku) are creatures who wear a blue hat, robes, and spectacles and use a magic rod to cast spells. At first glance they don't appear to be a Koopa, but at closer inspection one notices the structure of the mouth and concludes they are indeed koopas. They first appeared in the famous SNES Mario game Super Mario World. A member of the species, Kamek, babysat Bowser when Bowser was a baby (in the Yoshi's Island Series).
  •  36. Magikoopa Card-1-.png DSCI0339.JPG 004 (2).JPG
  • Magikoopas (referred to as Kameks in Japan and more recent PAL localisations, also referred to as Koopa Wizards in the Super Mario World television series) are bespectacled Koopas that can cast spells. Magikoopas made their debut in Super Mario World. They wear blue robes and hats resembling the garb of a wizard. They are generally considered to be high ranking members of the Koopa Troop, and some act as personal advisors for Bowser.
  • K.Rool came into Make Your Move with many of the moveset-making attitudes of the pre-SSBB days. In fact, this first moveset used many older ideas, from a Kamek moveset he had made about a year earlier. It was completed very quickly, as its rather small detail would imply, over a span of two or three days. K.Rool opted for this character for a first moveset because he already had something to build on; a rough blueprint. He also quickly thought up a central mechanic that would help to summarize the character as he appears in the Paper Mario series.
  • Magikoopa, also known as Eggface, despite knowing a few magic tricks, is the dumbest of all koopas. This is due to nintendo being too lazy to develop a decent AI. They are also incredibly annoying because they think they know every magic trick in the book but always pull the "growing trick" on you. Most people think Bowser was incredibly high when he hired these dorks but the truth is, he didn't. The only person who likes them is the "I like turtles" Guy.
  • Magikoopas are a subspecies of Koopa Troopas that can cast spells. They wear blue robes and hats resembling the garb of a wizard, and wield golden wands. They are generally considered to be high-ranking members of the Koopa Troop, and some act as personal advisers for King Bowser Koopa. Kamek, the leader of the Magikoopas, appeared in several installments of the Yoshi series. He was usually the main villain or assistant to the main villain. Kamek was the only Magikoopa that appeared in the Yoshi games.
  • Magikoopas (in der Super Mario World-TV-Serie auch Koopa-Hexenmeister & in Super Mario 3D World Kameks genannt) sind eine Unterart der Koopa. Normalerweise tragen sie einen blauen Anzug und den dazu passenden Spitzhut, wie Zauberer. Magikoopas sind höhere Mitglieder in der Koopa-Truppe.
  • Their appearance clearly shows that they are indeed wizard like with the correct apparel you'd assume one to wear. They are usually wearing blue cloaks with white trim and a pointed hat to match, and they carry a golden, scepter-like wand with a red gemstone embedded into the top end. They also have large round glasses that have black frames and are unable to see through from the outside. Some Magikoopas can be found ridng broomsticks, as is the case with Kamek and Kammy, two Magikoopas that play special plot roles in certain games. Unlike regular varieties of the Koopa Troopa, most variety of Magikoopa can be defeated with a single jump - or in some RPG cases, a few attacks - and don't retract into their shells. Some variety of Magikoopa have the ability to teleport short distances. These
Leader
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Fundort
Erster Auftritt
Danach
  • 37
Defeated
Max. KP
  • 8
DAVOR
  • 35
Bislang letzter Auftritt
Tattle
  • This Magikoopa serves on Bowser's wizarding task force... Max HP is 6 and Attack is 3. Magikoopas ride on brooms and fling dangerous spells... They study for years to learn magic. Sadly, they take no classes on defense...
Angriff
  • 3
Rarity
  • Uncommon
Spezies
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Games
  • Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
  • Paper Mario
  • Super Paper Mario
  • Super Mario 3D World
  • Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island
  • Super Mario Galaxy
  • Super Mario Galaxy 2
WP
  • N/A
Series
Affiliation
Name
  • Magikoopa
Type
  • Species
AP
  • 6
Notable
Align
  • Bad
Caption
  • Magikoopa's artwork from Super Mario 3D World.
First
  • Super Mario World
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Members
Card
  • 36
PM
  • PM2
Species
  • Koopa
  • undefined
Title
  • Magikoopas
#
  • 36
Class
  • B
firstgame
  • Super Mario World
DF
  • 0
Attacks
  • Spells
HP
  • 11
wn
  • N/A
Gender
  • Could be either one
Source
  • Mario
Slogan
  • Lexikon-Abbildung
  • Artwork aus Super Mario 3D World
Bild
  • Kamek lexikon.jpg
  • Magikoopa_SM3DW.png
defensive
  • 0
Location
Charaktere dieser Spezies
  • Kamek
  • Kammy Koopa
  • Mega-Kamek
species origin
Unter-Spezies
  • Dunkel-Magikoopa
  • Gelber Magikoopa
  • Grauer Magikoopa
  • Grüner Magikoopa
  • Krankmek
  • Roter Magikoopa
  • Toady
  • Weißer Magikoopa
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  • Categoría:IncompletoLos magikoopas son Koopas Mágicos que atacan a Mario. Kamek forma parte de la especie de los Magikoopas.thumbthumb
  • Magikoopas are recurring enemies in the Super Mario (series), they use magic to attack and often ride broomsticks, however, they don't always ride them. They are usually seen to be allied with Bowser and Wario. Magikoopas appear to be important members of Bowser's army and Kamek is his personal adviser who seems to have raised him while Kammy Koopa did the same for his cousin Koopa Kid.
  • Magikoopas are a type of Koopa Troopa with magical abilities. They are most naturally seen wearing a blue cloak, glasses, and a hat (which is also blue). However, Kammy the Magikoopa wears purple and looks like a witch. Magikoopas are Bowser's highest-ranked Koopas Troopas. This is shown in the intro sequence of Super Paper Mario - Bowser has Magikoopas at the front of the crowd, while Goombas and Koopa Troopas are further back. There are several different colorations of Magikoopa, each having their own special abilities. Mario fights one after gaining the action command ability in Paper Mario. If alone, they make copies of themselves, much like Wizzerds.
  • Their appearance clearly shows that they are indeed wizard like with the correct apparel you'd assume one to wear. They are usually wearing blue cloaks with white trim and a pointed hat to match, and they carry a golden, scepter-like wand with a red gemstone embedded into the top end. They also have large round glasses that have black frames and are unable to see through from the outside. Some Magikoopas can be found ridng broomsticks, as is the case with Kamek and Kammy, two Magikoopas that play special plot roles in certain games. Unlike regular varieties of the Koopa Troopa, most variety of Magikoopa can be defeated with a single jump - or in some RPG cases, a few attacks - and don't retract into their shells. Some variety of Magikoopa have the ability to teleport short distances. These troublesome foes are also in Super Mario Galaxy 2. In Super Princess Peach, Magikoopas are called Kameks and only appear in the battle with Giant Kamek and he summons them to attack Princess Peach and some have Vibe Crystals and some don't.
  • Magikoopas are koopa wizards part of Bowser's army.
  • Magikoopas are Koopas that have learned about magic and sorcery. They use spells to attack and can buff themselves or others.
  • Magikoopas (in der Super Mario World-TV-Serie auch Koopa-Hexenmeister & in Super Mario 3D World Kameks genannt) sind eine Unterart der Koopa. Normalerweise tragen sie einen blauen Anzug und den dazu passenden Spitzhut, wie Zauberer. Magikoopas sind höhere Mitglieder in der Koopa-Truppe. Nicht zu verwechseln sind die Magikoopas mit Kamek, der meistens als direkter Betreuer und Berater von König Bowser arbeitet und offensichtlich ihr Anführer ist. In den Yoshi-Spielen war Kamek der einzige Magikoopa und tauchte vor allem dort namentlich auf. In diesen ist Kamek ebenfalls nicht zu verwechseln mit den Toadies, den rot gekleideten Magikoopas, die die Babys im Königreich entführen wollen. Kammy Koopa, eine Dienerin Bowsers, erschien bisher nur in der Paper Mario-Serie, und hat ein leicht abgewandeltes Outfit, das mehr an eine Hexe erinnert. Ein anderer weiblicher Magikoopa ist Mega-Kamek, ein Boss in Super Mario Galaxy.
  • Magikoopas (カメック, Kamekku) are creatures who wear a blue hat, robes, and spectacles and use a magic rod to cast spells. At first glance they don't appear to be a Koopa, but at closer inspection one notices the structure of the mouth and concludes they are indeed koopas. They first appeared in the famous SNES Mario game Super Mario World. A member of the species, Kamek, babysat Bowser when Bowser was a baby (in the Yoshi's Island Series).
  •  36. Magikoopa Card-1-.png DSCI0339.JPG 004 (2).JPG
  • Magikoopas are a subspecies of Koopa Troopas that can cast spells. They wear blue robes and hats resembling the garb of a wizard, and wield golden wands. They are generally considered to be high-ranking members of the Koopa Troop, and some act as personal advisers for King Bowser Koopa. Kamek, the leader of the Magikoopas, appeared in several installments of the Yoshi series. He was usually the main villain or assistant to the main villain. Kamek was the only Magikoopa that appeared in the Yoshi games. Magikoopas attack by firing spells that can not only injure Mario, but transform certain blocks into enemies and 1-up mushrooms. Magikoopas magic spells are represented as a sequence of a red square, a blue circle and a green triangle that constantly spin. Paper Mario introduced several variants of Magikoopas, each wearing different colored robes and having different abilities. Regular Magikoopas, who are only encountered in Bowser's Castle, possess all of these abilities. These various colors make appearances in other games. Magikoopas are also playable characters in Mario Superstar Baseball. Magikoopa's also appear in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga where they are only fought on the final level Bowser's Castle. They mainly attack Mario and Luigi by hurling spells at them. The most prominent Magikoopa to be seen numerous times is Kamek, first appearing in Super Mario World 2 trying to kidnap Baby Mario off of Yoshi's back. The Magikruiser in Mario Kart Wii is named after Magikoopas, and bears their appearance on the front. The Koopalings in New Super Mario Bros. Wii also wield wands similar to those of a Magikoopa's. Another Magikoopa appears as a boss in Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars where he is fought at Bowser's Keep. After defeating him in battle, it turns out that he was hypnotized into working for the Smithy Gang and, upon seeing Bowser in Mario's party, decides to help out by producing a treasure chest that holds infinite amount of coins.
  • Magikoopas (referred to as Kameks in Japan and more recent PAL localisations, also referred to as Koopa Wizards in the Super Mario World television series) are bespectacled Koopas that can cast spells. Magikoopas made their debut in Super Mario World. They wear blue robes and hats resembling the garb of a wizard. They are generally considered to be high ranking members of the Koopa Troop, and some act as personal advisors for Bowser.
  • K.Rool came into Make Your Move with many of the moveset-making attitudes of the pre-SSBB days. In fact, this first moveset used many older ideas, from a Kamek moveset he had made about a year earlier. It was completed very quickly, as its rather small detail would imply, over a span of two or three days. K.Rool opted for this character for a first moveset because he already had something to build on; a rough blueprint. He also quickly thought up a central mechanic that would help to summarize the character as he appears in the Paper Mario series.
  • Magikoopa, also known as Eggface, despite knowing a few magic tricks, is the dumbest of all koopas. This is due to nintendo being too lazy to develop a decent AI. They are also incredibly annoying because they think they know every magic trick in the book but always pull the "growing trick" on you. Most people think Bowser was incredibly high when he hired these dorks but the truth is, he didn't. The only person who likes them is the "I like turtles" Guy.
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