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  • Goomboss
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  • Goomboss, also called King Goomba or Goomba King, is a recurring boss in the Super Mario series. He is a giant Goomba with a mustache and crown and was the first boss in Paper Mario but more recently appeared as a boss in Mario Kart DS on Baby Park.
  • Goomboss, also known as the Goomba King, is a recurring boss in the Mario series. He is a giant, king-like Goomba who was first seen in Paper Mario as on of the first bosses Mario and his Goomba counterpart, Goombario fight. He later reprises his role as a boss in the games Super Mario 64 DS and Mario Kart DS. He has serious eye problems, as his eyes are always spinning around and around.
  • First, Rocket Start to catch up to him and snake closely to the turn, and you'll be ahead of him, but he will quickly catch up, so don't let him trample you. He will be in front of you, so tightly snake around the corner, then when he gets to the finish line he'll stop (giving you some time), grow bigger, and move faster, throughout this lap you should be in front of him. Again he will stop, grow even bigger, move even faster, but this time he will cheat and step over the middle and gain on you. Snake closely around each corner, and get any Mushrooms he may have dropped, it will be close but if done correctly you will win and get three stars.
  • Goomboss (originally known as the Goomba King) is a character that first appeared in the game Paper Mario for the Nintendo 64. Like his title suggests, he is the king or ruler over the Goombas. After his boss appearance in Paper Mario, Nintendo put him in the Super Mario 64 remake, Super Mario 64 DS for the Nintendo DS, where he was renamed Goomboss. He wasn't in the original, but when they remade the game, they added new courses, and Goomboss was the boss in the level in Peach's room. He was found once you jumped inside a huge tree bark, where you entered his lair. Here, there was a huge circle that you'd run around, with poison water in the middle, the player's character would have to throw a Goomba at Goomboss three times to kill him.
First game
  • Paper Mario
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  • Orange, White, and Red
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  • Super Mario 64 DS Mario Kart DS
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  • Mario series
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  • Villain
Name
  • Goomboss
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  • Character
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  • Goomboss's artwork from Paper Mario.
  • Goomboss's in-game model from Super Mario 64 DS
First
  • Paper Mario
Relationships
  • Servants: Goombas
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Title
  • Goomboss
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  • Paper Mario
Gender
  • Male
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  • Goomboss, also called King Goomba or Goomba King, is a recurring boss in the Super Mario series. He is a giant Goomba with a mustache and crown and was the first boss in Paper Mario but more recently appeared as a boss in Mario Kart DS on Baby Park.
  • Goomboss, also known as the Goomba King, is a recurring boss in the Mario series. He is a giant, king-like Goomba who was first seen in Paper Mario as on of the first bosses Mario and his Goomba counterpart, Goombario fight. He later reprises his role as a boss in the games Super Mario 64 DS and Mario Kart DS. He has serious eye problems, as his eyes are always spinning around and around.
  • Goomboss (originally known as the Goomba King) is a character that first appeared in the game Paper Mario for the Nintendo 64. Like his title suggests, he is the king or ruler over the Goombas. After his boss appearance in Paper Mario, Nintendo put him in the Super Mario 64 remake, Super Mario 64 DS for the Nintendo DS, where he was renamed Goomboss. He wasn't in the original, but when they remade the game, they added new courses, and Goomboss was the boss in the level in Peach's room. He was found once you jumped inside a huge tree bark, where you entered his lair. Here, there was a huge circle that you'd run around, with poison water in the middle, the player's character would have to throw a Goomba at Goomboss three times to kill him. He appeared later in Mario Kart DS as a boss in mission 3-9. You must race and beat him on the Baby Park track. He runs around the course throwing Goombas and the occasional Super Mushroom. In the last lap he cheats and cuts off almost half the track. In Paper Mario he has minions who are called Red Goomba and Blue Goomba.
  • First, Rocket Start to catch up to him and snake closely to the turn, and you'll be ahead of him, but he will quickly catch up, so don't let him trample you. He will be in front of you, so tightly snake around the corner, then when he gets to the finish line he'll stop (giving you some time), grow bigger, and move faster, throughout this lap you should be in front of him. Again he will stop, grow even bigger, move even faster, but this time he will cheat and step over the middle and gain on you. Snake closely around each corner, and get any Mushrooms he may have dropped, it will be close but if done correctly you will win and get three stars.
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