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  • Bullet Bill
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  • The Bullet Bill is a weapon-type enemy featured in the Mario games. Bullet Bills can only travel in one direction and only in a linear path. They're easy to avoid when timed right. Bullet Bills can be defeated by stomping them, using a shell, or by a Starman.
  • The Bullet Bill is an item obtained by racers near or in last place. The item temporarily turns the racer into a Bullet Bill causing the racer to become invincible. The effects of the Bullet Bill makes the racer travel faster with no steering involved. Its speed exceeds even that of a Golden Mushroom. With the Bullet Bill, you can still die when activating it after falling off the track. The Bullet Bill will wear off once it passes a set number of racers, or a set amount of time (usually 7.5 seconds) has passed. It is the fastest power up.
  • Bullet Bills are a bullet-like enemies in the Mario series that are shot from tall cannons called Bill Blasters. A Bullet Bill usually follows a straight direction until it hits something or flies offscreen. A stronger variant, known as the Heat-Seeking Bullet Bill, moves slower, but homes in on the player. In the original games it is completely red, but in SSF2 it is differentiated only by its red eyes.
  • Bullet Bills are recurring enemies in the Mario series. They are black, bullet-like enemies, commonly depicted as either having small arms or fanged grins adorning their faces, rarely having both. Bullet Bills are fired by cannons known as Bill Blasters, although some games have them fired by other sources such as Snifits and generic cannons, while some games simply have them coming out of nowhere. Subspecies of Bullet Bills include Banzai Bills and Cat Bullet Bills. Bullet bills can be easily dodged, but it becomes harder when there are more of them
  • Bullet Bills (known as Bill Bala in Spanish and Dàntóu Shāshǒu in China) are recurring enemies in the Super Mario series. When shot out of a Bill Blaster, they lock on to any heat signatures they detect and go after their target. Bullet Bills take the shapes of a gun bullet as their name suggests. Their bullet-like bodies are black and have white arms to steer themselves.
  • Bullet Bills are living Bullet enemies that appear in the Mario series. They are typically shot out of Bullet Bill Blasters at enemies.
  • Bullet Bill is an enemy originating from the Mario series. It is simply a bullet being shot out of a cannon known as a Bill Blaster. Some just go straight at you, but there are also some who can lock onto you such as in Mario Galaxy.
  • The Bullet Bill is a Special Agent. It fires Bullet Bills that home on bloons and explodes on impact. It cost $125 MM.
  • A Bullet Bill is an enemy and an Item in the Mario Kart series.
  • Bullet Bills are powerful shells fired by Bill Blasters. They have high attack power but rather low HP. When they attack, they are destroyed, but more can be fired by the blaster afterward if there is one left.. There are a limited number available to battle in Paper Mario and Super Paper Mario, but not in Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door. If they somehow miss their target, then they fly right past it and are destroyed offscreen.
  • Bullet Bills are Mario enemies that first appeared in Super Mario Bros. for the NES. The enemy gets shot out of a cannon, and heads straight forward, usually, the cannon only shoots if Mario is in front of it. There are many different types of Bullet Bills, such as ones that home in on its target. They also appeared in Mario Kart DS, where it is an item, that transforms your player into a Bullet Bill that goes extremely fast and will ram into anything it touches. This item is considered the best item in the game.
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Eye
  • Black
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Defeated
LatestAppearance
  • Mario Kart 8
  • Mario Party 9
Tattle
  • This is a Bullet Bill, a kamikaze attacker. if you don't beat Bullet Bills quickly, they'll slam into you and explode. Max HP: 2, Attack Power: 2, Defense Power: 0. I'm serious Mario, these guys will really make us pay if they manage to hit us! We have to beat 'em before they get the chance to strike us.
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Homeland
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  • Artwork of a Bullet Bill's appearance.
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Latest Appearance
Games
  • Yoshi's Safari
  • New Super Mario Bros.
  • Yoshi's Story
  • Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island
  • Super Mario Bros. 3
  • Super Mario Galaxy
  • Super Mario World
  • Yoshi's Island DS
  • New Super Mario Bros. Wii
  • Super Mario Galaxy 2
Portrayer
Origin
  • Bullet
FirstAppearance
  • Mario Kart DS
  • ''[[w:c:mario:Super Mario Bros.
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  • It's Body
Series
Affiliation
First Appearance
Name
  • Bullet Bill
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  • Species
AP
  • 2
Notable
Align
  • Bad
DOB
  • --05-07
Caption
  • A Bullet Bill from Mario Kart 8.
  • Bullet Bill's artwork from Yoshi's Story
  • The Bullet Bill, as he appears in Mario Kart Wii.
  • Bullet Bill's appearance from New Super Mario Bros. Wii
First
  • Super Mario Bros.
Abilities
  • Being shot at high speeds
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  • Bully
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Members
Weight
  • 230.0
Height
  • 1
Species
  • Bullet
Title
  • Bullet Bill
Icon
  • 60
Enemies
Class
  • A
Description
  • Briefly transforms the user into a Bullet Bill that soar through the air along the track, knocking over Karts along the way.
firstgame
  • Super Mario Bros.
DF
  • 0
Nicknames
  • Bully Bill
Hobbies
  • Bullying
Universe
Attacks
  • Contact
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  • expandable
Debut
HP
  • 2
wn
  • Fire items
Friends
Located
  • Various
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  • Male
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  • The Bullet Bill is a weapon-type enemy featured in the Mario games. Bullet Bills can only travel in one direction and only in a linear path. They're easy to avoid when timed right. Bullet Bills can be defeated by stomping them, using a shell, or by a Starman.
  • The Bullet Bill is an item obtained by racers near or in last place. The item temporarily turns the racer into a Bullet Bill causing the racer to become invincible. The effects of the Bullet Bill makes the racer travel faster with no steering involved. Its speed exceeds even that of a Golden Mushroom. With the Bullet Bill, you can still die when activating it after falling off the track. The Bullet Bill will wear off once it passes a set number of racers, or a set amount of time (usually 7.5 seconds) has passed. It is the fastest power up.
  • Bullet Bills are a bullet-like enemies in the Mario series that are shot from tall cannons called Bill Blasters. A Bullet Bill usually follows a straight direction until it hits something or flies offscreen. A stronger variant, known as the Heat-Seeking Bullet Bill, moves slower, but homes in on the player. In the original games it is completely red, but in SSF2 it is differentiated only by its red eyes.
  • Bullet Bills are recurring enemies in the Mario series. They are black, bullet-like enemies, commonly depicted as either having small arms or fanged grins adorning their faces, rarely having both. Bullet Bills are fired by cannons known as Bill Blasters, although some games have them fired by other sources such as Snifits and generic cannons, while some games simply have them coming out of nowhere. Subspecies of Bullet Bills include Banzai Bills and Cat Bullet Bills. Bullet bills can be easily dodged, but it becomes harder when there are more of them
  • Bullet Bills are Mario enemies that first appeared in Super Mario Bros. for the NES. The enemy gets shot out of a cannon, and heads straight forward, usually, the cannon only shoots if Mario is in front of it. There are many different types of Bullet Bills, such as ones that home in on its target. They also appeared in Mario Kart DS, where it is an item, that transforms your player into a Bullet Bill that goes extremely fast and will ram into anything it touches. This item is considered the best item in the game. They have also appeared in the Nintendo DS game New Super Mario Bros., where many different types of Bullet Bills appeared including ones that filled half the screen up. Bullet Bill also appears in the game for the Wii: Super Mario Galaxy. In this game, he will home in on you, you can destroy it by making it run into something. You will also be able to tap it while pointing with the Wii Remote to make it pause in mid-air. A Bullet Bill is also on Fyer's sleeve in the video game The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess.
  • Bullet Bills (known as Bill Bala in Spanish and Dàntóu Shāshǒu in China) are recurring enemies in the Super Mario series. When shot out of a Bill Blaster, they lock on to any heat signatures they detect and go after their target. Bullet Bills take the shapes of a gun bullet as their name suggests. Their bullet-like bodies are black and have white arms to steer themselves.
  • Bullet Bills are living Bullet enemies that appear in the Mario series. They are typically shot out of Bullet Bill Blasters at enemies.
  • Bullet Bill is an enemy originating from the Mario series. It is simply a bullet being shot out of a cannon known as a Bill Blaster. Some just go straight at you, but there are also some who can lock onto you such as in Mario Galaxy.
  • The Bullet Bill is a Special Agent. It fires Bullet Bills that home on bloons and explodes on impact. It cost $125 MM.
  • A Bullet Bill is an enemy and an Item in the Mario Kart series.
  • Bullet Bills are powerful shells fired by Bill Blasters. They have high attack power but rather low HP. When they attack, they are destroyed, but more can be fired by the blaster afterward if there is one left.. There are a limited number available to battle in Paper Mario and Super Paper Mario, but not in Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door. If they somehow miss their target, then they fly right past it and are destroyed offscreen.
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