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  • Goombas are common mushroom-like enemies in the Mario series, with many common variants. They mostly serve Bowser as part of his army. They have appeared in every Mario RPG. They are always some of the first regular enemies the player meets, and usually the weakest, too.
  • Goombas, or Little Goomba (Japanese: クリボー, Kuribō, kuri, "chestnut", + bō, "kid"), are characters from the Mario universe.
  • Goomba the Hutt was the leader of the Hutts from 20 ABY to the fall of the CIS II and the Next Order of Sith. Goomba the Hutt is credited for unifying the Hutt species and their dominions, and forging the New Alliance of Interdependent Hutts. The Hutt was born in an extremely powerful lineage, and acquired wealth and power by pure inheritance. Though Goomba had a strong will and complex mind, he usually consulted his inferiors, such as Jecca the Hutt. Goomba the Hutt was a fearful soul, born 235 BBY, but had the ambition and know-how to unify the Hutts to ally against the New Republic, which most Hutt dynasties begrudged.
  • Goombas have appeared in many variants throughout the series, such as Paragoombas, Bubbled Goombas, and Goomba Shoes. Said variants can also be used in Mario Builder. Goombas are brown and are modeled after shiitake mushrooms, with large eyebrows, white fangs, and brown feet
  • Goomba is a common recurring enemy coming from the Mario series. In Super Smash Flash, Goombas didn't appear at all; instead the winged, Super Mario World version of Paragoomba, crowned as Winged Goomba in the same game, appears. For Super Smash Flash 2, Goombas appear in the Adventure mode stage, Mushroom Kingdom.
  • Goombas can also be found throughout the Mario Kart series as obstacles on tracks. They are first seen in Mario Kart: Super Circuit in the awards ceremony.
  • He is a very easy enemy. Everyone who played a Super Mario Game knows how to beat him!
  • A Goomba is an enemy in the Mario series. They debuted in Super Mario Bros. and are depicted as brown mushroom-like creatures with dark brown legs (whose name in Japanese is Kuribo, meaning chestnut people, which is one of the reasons the Goombas have a slightly different appearance). Goombas have bushy, black eyebrows and a pair of fangs sprouting from their lower jaw. They never use their fangs, though. They bump into an enemy to hurt them. The Goombas once lived in peace in the Mushroom Kingdom, but they later joined the Koopa Troop. The Goombas are also probably the most common enemy in the entire Mario franchise.
  • Goombas are slices of cheese. However, they are commonly believed to be banana cheese, or even Goombas, which they are not. They are simply slices of cheese, and they look good on toast. They can also be fried and eaten on eggs. See what I'm sayin'?
  • Goombas resemble small brown mushrooms and are among Mario and Luigi's most persistent foes. One of the major races of Mushroom World, Goombas are a fungus-based species like Toads, Amanitas, Spooks and Shroobs. Goombas are physically weak and are not much of a threat to Mario, since a single stomp usually defeats them, although a number of different Goomba sub-species have emerged throughout the years. The Goombas, as a collective race, used to be allied with the Mushroom Kingdom. However, many of the Goombas have turned traitorous and joined the Koopa Troop, an organization led by Bowser.
  • A Goomba is a type of living mushroom that works for the Koopa Troop under King Bowser. They are mentioned occasionally in the series.
  • Unlike most enemies, Goombas are immune to most weaponry, but can be killed in an instant by simply jumping on them, though the Kopiekreisel can pierce their defenses and kill them as well. They are based on and named after the common enemy of the same name from Super Mario Bros. They are only found in the first part of the Zeppy Ruins (Schwer's stage), which is modeled after the Super Mario All Stars version of Super Mario Bros. Enemies and Bosses in the Rosenkreuzstilette series
  • Goombas are now the servants of Bowser, being the lowest creatures that are ever under his command. He thinks of them as nothing more than pathetic pawns, and often sacrifices them for the stupidest reasons (he once got one hundred of these creatures killed because he needed them to steal him a steak from the grocery store). Goombas are not an endangered species, because they always respawn, even though Bowser foolishly gets them all killed/destroyed/annihilated/liquified. All goombas hate Mario for some reason. To make a long story short, goombas are stupid.
  • Goomba was an acquaintance of Gomez' who lived in Nairobi. Gomez told Miss Comstock that Goomba "got wonderful results with just a drum. And now that we have Telstar..."
  • Goombas are enemies from The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening. Mushroom-like creatures, Goombas are originally from Nintendo's Mario series and make a cameo appearance in the game together with other enemies from the Mario games. Goombas can be found in certain dungeons and in the 2-D passages found in the game. They can be killed either with the sword or, similarly to the Mario games, by using Roc's Feather to stomp on their heads and flatten them. Killing them with the latter method always results in a heart being left behind from the Goomba.
  • [[Category:Walking into Yoshi Enemies]] A Goomba is a mushroom-shaped enemy that appears in a small amount of games in the Yoshi series. They used to be at peace with Yoshi's Island and in the Mushroom Kingdom. It is a very common enemy in the Mario series though.
  • Goombas are the basic enemies in all Mario games. They are short and brown, and are very easy to kill. There are many variants of them, like the Paragoomba, Shell Goomba, and Micro Goomba.
  • Goombas are mushroom-like creatures that appear in the Mario universe. They used to live in peace with the Toad species until Bowser captured them and turned them against the Mushroom Kingdom. They are the easiest Mario enemies to destroy, and can usually be killed with any attack, including a stomp to the head. They are also one of the most common enemies in the Super Mario series. Their heads are brown and they have two sharp teeth sticking up from their mouth. They do not clearly speak, mumbling instead. Most Goombas are enemies, but some have allied with Mario. There are many Goomba sub-species, such as the winged Paragoomba and the blue, cavern-dwelling Gloomba.
  • Goombas are evolved human dinosaurs which have been devolved into this form.
  • Goomba is one of the first few members of Digibutter, and now a Moderator. He started on the 21st of April 2007, and is number 53. He considers himself to be one of the original 50 because he was so close to 50. He often has a mellow attitude, but is very hyper and crazy in reality. Most of that is portrayed in his earlier posts. Though he seemed to have disappeared, he returned swiftly on the 2nd of November. He often thinks that he says the wrong things at the wrong time.
  • Les Goomba sont une espèce de champignons bipèdes à l'air menaçant avec des dents pointues. Ce sont des ennemis extrêmement communs de la série Super Mario. Ils sont introduits dans Super Mario Bros, et font partie des premiers adversaires imaginés dans la série. Avec les Maskass, les Plantes Piranha et les Koopa, ce sont les ennemis les plus présents et les plus connus dans les jeux vidéo Mario, réputés pour leur faiblesse. Ils sont souvent rencontrés au tout début d'un jeu.
  • Goomba - najczęściej występujący przeciwnik w Mushroom Kingdom. Dawno temu Goomby były szanowanymi mieszkańcami Mushroom Kingdom. Jednak pewnego dnia, gdy Bowser planował porwać Księżniczkę Peach, większość Goomb przyłączyło się do jego armii. Przyczyny są nieznane. Teraz jednak coraz więcej Goomb żyje w pokoju z innymi mieszkańcami królestwa.
  • A Goomba is an enemy that is a brown mushroom with eyes, eye brows, feet, and a mouth with fangs in it. They attack by walking back and forth, which is a very offensive and defensive tactic found in many 2D platformers. In 3D shames they simply give chase, which isn't as scary as the one where they go back and forth. Goombas also have many sub-species.
  • Voilà un ennemi que Mario connaît bien ! Piétinez-le ou franchissez le d'une pirouette !
  • I Goomba sono funghetti che si sedimentano nei tubi di scarico di ogni condominio italiano. Nella serie di videogiochi di Super Mario essi assumono un colorito marroncino, denti aguzzi e sguardo astioso: un riferimento subliminale all'annoso problema dei peni in astinenza, che si presentano proprio come i "funghetti" del noto videogioco. Le tartarughe dal guscio verde convivono con i Goomba, ma è in atto una secessione per mandar via quei Goomba del ca' fori da le bale.
  • Goombas are one of the major species of the Mario series. Since their first game appearance in Super Mario Bros., they have become one of the most iconic members of the Koopa Troop. Goombas resemble small, brown mushrooms and are a fungus-based species like Toads, Amanitas, Spooks, and Shroobs. Goombas are physically weak and are not much of a threat to Mario or Luigi, since a single stomp usually defeats them, although a number of different Goomba variants have emerged throughout the years. The Goombas, as a collective race, used to be allied with the Mushroom Kingdom.
  • Les Goombas (クリボー Kuribō) sont des ennemis de la série Mario Bros. qui apparaîssent dans Link's Awakening. leftIls apparaissent dans les grottes en scrolling horizontal et principalement dans les donjons. Plus tard, ils apparaissent également dans des endroits normaux comme dans la tour du Vautour.
  • Not to be confused with muffins. A Goomba is an extremely dangerous and nearly indestructable enemy in the Mario games. He is Pudding's best chess opponent. He is also menacing and very scary. It was (Somehow) created by Mario for a small thing to laugh it but over time it grew. Then it cloned itself over 9000 times and then made an army and joined Evil Guy. Goombas are common enemies in the Japanese Mario games. Goombas are also a form of hallucinogenic mushroom; after eating one, humans feel "dead" and that they "lose one life". Overdoses are known as "game overs". Goombas have not yet appeared in any NOA Mario games, due to controversy. American parents, got riled up when they realized that Goombas don't face the same way they walk.
  • Goomba (クリボー Kuribō en japonés) es uno de los enemigos en la serie de video juegos de Mario. Los Goombas son los primeros enemigos que aparecen en el Super Mario Bros. original para el NES. Con las Plantas Pirañas, y Koopas, son de los enemigos más comunes de la saga de Mario y los más antiguos. No tienen manos y hay que matarlos saltando encima de ellos o lanzándoles una bola de fuego La mayoría de los Goombas le dañan a Mario por contacto. Sin embargo, ciertos tipos de Goombas pueden morder, volar, o derribar a Mario para atacarle. También pueden cargar con algún objeto útil para Mario como: El Zapato Goomba (Super Mario Bros. 3) monedas e incluso llaves.
  • Los Goomba son unos enemigos que aparecen en The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening, en las cuevas de desplazamiento lateral de algunas mazmorras. También aparecen en lugares de desplazamiento normal en el Nivel 7: la Torre del Águila. Esto es una referencia directa al método principal para tratar con estos enemigos de Super Mario Bros.
  • a gomba é um animal que surgiu há 985.731 anos antes de cristo e teve uma evolução ela pertence a especie (goombicus pretianos) que é o nome cietifico para se dar a goomba quando a goomba surgiu foi quando um cogumelo se cruzou com um animal uma onça parda este animal incrivel é emafrodita e pode ter filhos botando seus ovos ele não bota menos de 85 ovos a goomba tem de 85 há 1586 filhotes e cuida deles durante um mes seus dnetes de felino é para comer há sua comida que é uma delicia eles comem carnes de lobos porque são metade felinos e também atacam em bando para comer ursos negros que chegam há 3 metros e 15 centimetros em pé a ggomba usa armas humanas como a lança e as flechas e usa seus e seus mortais para poder matar suas presas este animal é feliz um pouco animalia e um pouco fung
  • Goombas come in different sizes and colors, but basically, they're little small guys shaped like mushrooms, except they have legs and little pissy faces on them. They have a very weak body, even a small hop onto one will probably break its rib case, mortally damaging it's bones,puncturing its organs and killing it instantly. Goombas have had many appearances over the years, because they have an insane fashion sense. They used to go around shaving their eyebrows and covering up their mouths, then they revealed their mouths and let their eyebrows grow in Mario's third-world reign. Then when they visited Mario world they changed into an apple suit (they were using drugs at the time). Goofballs er..Goombas have changed so much over the years; the day where Goombas are wearing thongs is not far
  • Goombas(JP) are small, brown enemies that resemble mushrooms in the Mario series. They were introduced in Super Mario Bros. for the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1985 where they were the first and easiest enemies to defeat, as a simple jump on the head would do them in.
  • GoombaMASATOG.png|This picture is a sprite of a Goomba from Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games. Goomba-CSS2-MSS.png|This is a sprite of a Goomba from Mario Super Sluggers. Goomba-Batting-MSS.png|Goomba prepares to bat in DK Jungle of Mario Super Sluggers. 1.png|This picture shows Goomba's Catch Card from Super Paper Mario. MP9 11.png|Luigi prepares to bowl in Goomba Bowling of Mario Party 9. GoombaVillage.png|The number of Goombas are being counted at the end of the minigame, Goomba Village, in Mario Party 9. Goomba Spotting.png|A stack of Goombas and a Goomba following behind run across the screen in the minigame, Goomba Spotting, of Mario Party 9. Birdo Goombas.jpg|This is the artwork of Birdo in Mario Party 9, who is surrounded by five Goombas. LobRob.jpg|Two Goomba icons can be seen, a
  • Un Goomba es uno de los enemigos que aparecen en los videojuegos de Mario, pero se caracteriza por ser de los más conocidos y que aparecieron primero en sus videojuegos. Tienen el aspecto de un champiñón enojado. No tienen manos y se suelen desplazar lentamente. Para destruírlos, Mario tiene que saltar sobre ellos o utilizar alguna de sus transformaciones. Hay veces que los Goombas pueden volar (Paragoomba) y otros que tienen habilidades (Goomba Tanooki, Goomba Gato...). Tienen un líder, el Rey Goomba; el cual ha aparecido en Paper Mario, Super Mario 64 DS y Mario Kart DS.
  • First appearing in the NES game Super Mario Bros., a Goomba is a common enemy throughout the Super Mario series. Goombas (there are multiple numbers of them) scout around for Mario in various levels, trying to stop him in his numerous quests to save Peach. However, Goombas usually fail, as Mario can just step on and squish them (so easy to defeat that they only yield 100 points!).
  • Goombas, known as Kuribō in Japanese, are enemies in Nintendo's Mario franchise. They are depicted as brown mushroom-like creatures with feet (the Japanese name, "Kuribo" implies a chestnut, from the Japanese word "kuri" for chestnut), with a bushy brow, and a pair of fangs sprouting from their lower jaw. They are sometimes called "a mushroom gone bad". Goombas generally tackle, headbutt, or bite an enemy. In many of the games, they are usually quite easy to defeat, with a simple stomp they shall be squashed. The Goombas once lived in peace in the Mushroom Kingdom, but they betrayed their homeland to side with Bowser. Some Goombas act as friendly characters in the Paper Mario series, two even joining Mario on his journey. It is said in Super Paper Mario that Goombas have a long-standing fe
  • Ah, the Goomba, a classic enemy. The Goomba has made various appearances, which its first was in 1985 on Super Mario Bros., in many of the Mario games over the years. The always squishable enemy has been stomped, smacked with hammers, and flamed by fireballs over the years by Mario and Luigi. The Goomba's role in Mushroom Kingdom Fusion is the same as it's always been in past games. All one has to do is stomp on it or have a shell thrown at it and there are no more worries.
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  • Not these dudes! These are Goombas! HP is 4, attack power is 1, and defense is 0!
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  • Un Goomba en Link's Awakening.
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  • That's a basic Goomba. Says here they are the underlings of the Koopa Troop. Max HP is 2, Attack is 1, Defense is 0. Wow, the book's right! They are really weak so try to wrap this up so we can get going, Mario!
  • The underling of underlings. No other distinguishing characteristics.
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  • Un goomba de New Super Mario Bros Wii.
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  • The Goomba, one of Bowser's weakest minions.
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  • C'est un Goomba. Le livre dit : « L'adversaire le plus faible. Roi des nuls ! »... non mais de quoi il se mêle, celui-là ? PC Max : 2, Puissance : 1, Défense : 0. Rien d'autre de particulier. On serait vraiment aussi nuls... ?
  • ''C’est un Goomba. Les Goombas sont des « p’tits bras ». En fait, c’est leur cerveau qu’est petit ! … Hé, attends… J’en suis un ! PC Max : 2, Puissance : 1, Défense : 0. Tu peux sauter dessus ou les frapper avec un marteau. Ce sont des « vieux de la vieille ». Ils étaient là dans Super Mario Bros. !
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  • Goombas, known as Kuribō in Japanese, are enemies in Nintendo's Mario franchise. They are depicted as brown mushroom-like creatures with feet (the Japanese name, "Kuribo" implies a chestnut, from the Japanese word "kuri" for chestnut), with a bushy brow, and a pair of fangs sprouting from their lower jaw. They are sometimes called "a mushroom gone bad". Goombas generally tackle, headbutt, or bite an enemy. In many of the games, they are usually quite easy to defeat, with a simple stomp they shall be squashed. The Goombas once lived in peace in the Mushroom Kingdom, but they betrayed their homeland to side with Bowser. Some Goombas act as friendly characters in the Paper Mario series, two even joining Mario on his journey. It is said in Super Paper Mario that Goombas have a long-standing fear of Koopa Troopas. Many variants of the Goomba have appeared throughout the years including Paragoombas (Patakuribō), Gloombas, Spiky Goombas, and Microgoombas (Mamekuribō, lit. "Bean Chestnuts"). Paragoombas are distinguished by their winged appearance, thus making them more versatile and mobile than typical Goombas. Gloombas are blue variants of the Goomba which live underground in recent Paper Mario games. Spiky Goombas are Goombas wearing headgear with a spike that can deal damage to the Mario if he attempts to stomp on it. Therefore, they need to be attacked by other means, such as Mario's hammer. Microgoombas are miniature, parasitic Goombas which latch themselves onto Mario, reducing his jumping ability. In Super Mario Bros. 3 and Super Princess Peach, Paragoombas drop Microgoombas to attack Mario and Peach. Giant Goombas are larger versions of Goombas and sometimes can take more than one stomp on the head. Other types of Goombas have appeared throughout the Mario series, although these largely vary from game to game. Goombas made their first playable appearance in Mario Superstar Baseball, and again in Mario Super Sluggers, as a playable character. In the 1989 television cartoon The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! Goombas are loyal soldiers in King Koopa's army. They often appear in costumes related to the episode's theme, such as zombies or pirates. They were included in the subsequent spin-offs The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3 and Super Mario Bros. live-action film, where they were originally inhabitants of Dinohattan who opposed King Koopa's rule, and were devolved into large, reptilian monsters as punishment for this disloyalty. In Super Mario Galaxy, Goombas are often different in many galaxies.
  • Goombas are common mushroom-like enemies in the Mario series, with many common variants. They mostly serve Bowser as part of his army. They have appeared in every Mario RPG. They are always some of the first regular enemies the player meets, and usually the weakest, too.
  • Goombas come in different sizes and colors, but basically, they're little small guys shaped like mushrooms, except they have legs and little pissy faces on them. They have a very weak body, even a small hop onto one will probably break its rib case, mortally damaging it's bones,puncturing its organs and killing it instantly. Goombas have had many appearances over the years, because they have an insane fashion sense. They used to go around shaving their eyebrows and covering up their mouths, then they revealed their mouths and let their eyebrows grow in Mario's third-world reign. Then when they visited Mario world they changed into an apple suit (they were using drugs at the time). Goofballs er..Goombas have changed so much over the years; the day where Goombas are wearing thongs is not far off. If you look closely at a Goomba, you'll notice 3 distinct features. The head, the feet, and the eyes. There is nothing else about a Goomba worth even noticing. Although occasionally Goombas have been said to have a small cylindrical portion holding the feet to the head, that was disproved with the release of Super Mario World. Although there is still some controversy as to weather or not the "Goombas" in that game were actually Goombas, and not some close relative of the Goomba family.
  • I Goomba sono funghetti che si sedimentano nei tubi di scarico di ogni condominio italiano. Nella serie di videogiochi di Super Mario essi assumono un colorito marroncino, denti aguzzi e sguardo astioso: un riferimento subliminale all'annoso problema dei peni in astinenza, che si presentano proprio come i "funghetti" del noto videogioco. Super Mario si troverà ad affrontare questi funghetti ogni secondo della sua esistenza: essi sono tanto frequenti da fuoriuscire anche dalle ascelle dello stesso Mario. I Goomba non hanno altra occupazione che girare avanti e indietro lungo una ristretta striscia di terreno, oltre la quale si conclude ogni loro conoscenza riguardo cos'è il mondo. Mario ha occasione di distruggerli saltandogli sul capo o, in alternativa, cucinarli con delle buone fettuccine e un filo d'olio. In ogni altra occasione, il Goomba ucciderà il nostro eroe perché, come sappiamo, ogni contatto laterale con un fungo porcino provoca morte istantanea. Le tartarughe dal guscio verde convivono con i Goomba, ma è in atto una secessione per mandar via quei Goomba del ca' fori da le bale.
  • Goomba (クリボー Kuribō en japonés) es uno de los enemigos en la serie de video juegos de Mario. Los Goombas son los primeros enemigos que aparecen en el Super Mario Bros. original para el NES. Con las Plantas Pirañas, y Koopas, son de los enemigos más comunes de la saga de Mario y los más antiguos. No tienen manos y hay que matarlos saltando encima de ellos o lanzándoles una bola de fuego La mayoría de los Goombas le dañan a Mario por contacto. Sin embargo, ciertos tipos de Goombas pueden morder, volar, o derribar a Mario para atacarle. También pueden cargar con algún objeto útil para Mario como: El Zapato Goomba (Super Mario Bros. 3) monedas e incluso llaves. Después de nombrar a Mario por el italiano Mario Segali, numerosos personajes de la serie se han nombrado con un tema italiano. Por esto, el nombre universalmente se considera de haber derivado del modismo italiano estadounidense “Goomba” usado por italoamericanos para describirse a ellos mismo. Con el tiempo, este término ha acumulado una connotación negativa. Adicionalmente, la palabra húngara goomba quiere decir “hongo.”
  • Goombas, or Little Goomba (Japanese: クリボー, Kuribō, kuri, "chestnut", + bō, "kid"), are characters from the Mario universe.
  • First appearing in the NES game Super Mario Bros., a Goomba is a common enemy throughout the Super Mario series. Goombas (there are multiple numbers of them) scout around for Mario in various levels, trying to stop him in his numerous quests to save Peach. However, Goombas usually fail, as Mario can just step on and squish them (so easy to defeat that they only yield 100 points!). Although they aren't playable Characters in Mario Kart, Goombas make cameo appearances throughout the Tracks, often as an obstacle in the middle of the road. If racers run into one of them, they spin out. However, a Goomba can also be defeated by hitting it with an Item such as a Green Shell or a Red Shell, which flattens him (similar to previous Super Mario games) and releases a Mushroom.
  • Goomba the Hutt was the leader of the Hutts from 20 ABY to the fall of the CIS II and the Next Order of Sith. Goomba the Hutt is credited for unifying the Hutt species and their dominions, and forging the New Alliance of Interdependent Hutts. The Hutt was born in an extremely powerful lineage, and acquired wealth and power by pure inheritance. Though Goomba had a strong will and complex mind, he usually consulted his inferiors, such as Jecca the Hutt. Goomba the Hutt was a fearful soul, born 235 BBY, but had the ambition and know-how to unify the Hutts to ally against the New Republic, which most Hutt dynasties begrudged.
  • Goombas have appeared in many variants throughout the series, such as Paragoombas, Bubbled Goombas, and Goomba Shoes. Said variants can also be used in Mario Builder. Goombas are brown and are modeled after shiitake mushrooms, with large eyebrows, white fangs, and brown feet
  • a gomba é um animal que surgiu há 985.731 anos antes de cristo e teve uma evolução ela pertence a especie (goombicus pretianos) que é o nome cietifico para se dar a goomba quando a goomba surgiu foi quando um cogumelo se cruzou com um animal uma onça parda este animal incrivel é emafrodita e pode ter filhos botando seus ovos ele não bota menos de 85 ovos a goomba tem de 85 há 1586 filhotes e cuida deles durante um mes seus dnetes de felino é para comer há sua comida que é uma delicia eles comem carnes de lobos porque são metade felinos e também atacam em bando para comer ursos negros que chegam há 3 metros e 15 centimetros em pé a ggomba usa armas humanas como a lança e as flechas e usa seus e seus mortais para poder matar suas presas este animal é feliz um pouco animalia e um pouco fungo ele é um fungo que anda e fala seu som é mieeeeeeeeeeu por causa de sua mãe que era um onça párda então goombas também podem correr de seus predadores até de aves de rapina há 37 quilometros por hora a goomba quando ameaçada usa todo o bando para atacar acredite ou não 750 goombas matam 15 tiranossauros rex este animal incrivel foi ficando cada vez mais atual mas 3% deles viraram do mal ou seja no mundo há 150 % de goombas do bem e as do mal se juntaram o bowser só que essas ficaram menos fortes conheça abaixo goombas que foram famossas na familia gimbusmiu
  • Goomba is a common recurring enemy coming from the Mario series. In Super Smash Flash, Goombas didn't appear at all; instead the winged, Super Mario World version of Paragoomba, crowned as Winged Goomba in the same game, appears. For Super Smash Flash 2, Goombas appear in the Adventure mode stage, Mushroom Kingdom.
  • Goombas can also be found throughout the Mario Kart series as obstacles on tracks. They are first seen in Mario Kart: Super Circuit in the awards ceremony.
  • GoombaMASATOG.png|This picture is a sprite of a Goomba from Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games. Goomba-CSS2-MSS.png|This is a sprite of a Goomba from Mario Super Sluggers. Goomba-Batting-MSS.png|Goomba prepares to bat in DK Jungle of Mario Super Sluggers. 1.png|This picture shows Goomba's Catch Card from Super Paper Mario. MP9 11.png|Luigi prepares to bowl in Goomba Bowling of Mario Party 9. GoombaVillage.png|The number of Goombas are being counted at the end of the minigame, Goomba Village, in Mario Party 9. Goomba Spotting.png|A stack of Goombas and a Goomba following behind run across the screen in the minigame, Goomba Spotting, of Mario Party 9. Birdo Goombas.jpg|This is the artwork of Birdo in Mario Party 9, who is surrounded by five Goombas. LobRob.jpg|Two Goomba icons can be seen, as they appear in the minigame, Lob to Rob, in Mario Party 8. Paint.jpg|Many Goombas have been sprayed with blue paint. This is in the minigame, Paint Misbehavin', from Mario Party 8. MP8 FruitPicker.jpg|Look carefully (click the picture for a bigger, better view if needed). Two Goombas can be seen in the background. This is in the minigame, Fruit Picker, from Mario Party 8. FileChump Rope.jpg|Look carefully (click the picture for a bigger, better view if needed). Three Goombas can be seen in the background. This is in the minigame, Chump Rope, from Mario Party 8. Round Goomba SMG2.png|This picture shows a Round Goomba (the yellowish-tan creature on top of the planet) on the Starting Planet of the Battle Belt Galaxy in Super Mario Galaxy 2 (click the picture for a bigger, better view if needed). Galaxybig 1051.jpg|Mario jumps on some Octoombas in The Chimp's challenge in the Fluffy Bluff Galaxy. If the player looks to right of the picture (click the picture for a bigger, better view if needed), three Goombas can be seen. This is all in Super Mario Galaxy 2. GoombaNSMBW.png|This picture shows a sprite of a Goomba from New Super Mario Bros. Wii. Goombansmbw2.png|This picture shows the official artwork of a Goomba from New Super Mario Bros. Wii, even though the Goomba looks way lighter and yellowish in this picture. SMG Goomba.png|The player uses the camera to zoom in on a normal Goomba in the Good Egg Galaxy of Super Mario Galaxy.
  • Los Goomba son unos enemigos que aparecen en The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening, en las cuevas de desplazamiento lateral de algunas mazmorras. También aparecen en lugares de desplazamiento normal en el Nivel 7: la Torre del Águila. leftSe basan en los enemigos Goomba de la saga de Super Mario Bros. Como tal, su comportamiento es casi idéntico: simplemente se mueven hacia adelante y hacia atrás, girando solo cuando llegan a un obstáculo. Sin embargo, los que se encuentran fuera de las zonas de desplazamiento lateral se mueven siguiendo trayectorias al azar. Si Link cae desde una plataforma superior o usa la Pluma de Roc para saltar encima de un Goomba, el enemigo será aplastado y derrotado. Esto es una referencia directa al método principal para tratar con estos enemigos de Super Mario Bros.
  • He is a very easy enemy. Everyone who played a Super Mario Game knows how to beat him!
  • A Goomba is an enemy in the Mario series. They debuted in Super Mario Bros. and are depicted as brown mushroom-like creatures with dark brown legs (whose name in Japanese is Kuribo, meaning chestnut people, which is one of the reasons the Goombas have a slightly different appearance). Goombas have bushy, black eyebrows and a pair of fangs sprouting from their lower jaw. They never use their fangs, though. They bump into an enemy to hurt them. The Goombas once lived in peace in the Mushroom Kingdom, but they later joined the Koopa Troop. The Goombas are also probably the most common enemy in the entire Mario franchise.
  • Not to be confused with muffins. A Goomba is an extremely dangerous and nearly indestructable enemy in the Mario games. He is Pudding's best chess opponent. He is also menacing and very scary. It was (Somehow) created by Mario for a small thing to laugh it but over time it grew. Then it cloned itself over 9000 times and then made an army and joined Evil Guy. Goombas are common enemies in the Japanese Mario games. Goombas are also a form of hallucinogenic mushroom; after eating one, humans feel "dead" and that they "lose one life". Overdoses are known as "game overs". Goombas have not yet appeared in any NOA Mario games, due to controversy. American parents, got riled up when they realized that Goombas don't face the same way they walk. Here is a quote from a parent who was concerned about the kind of messages video games were bringing to her kids (until she murdered them with a chainsaw and two pocket protectors): "Yes, if our kids see Goombas facing forward and walking left/right, then they might sta rt walking sideways as well. Then our kids could crack their skulls, and worse, our walls might become dirty. I think this is an abomination. My friends only let their kids play games like GTA: San Andreas and Girls Gone Missing! 3." Next, parents will be criticizing Link from the Legend of Zelda series for never going to the bathroom during his adventures. A Goomba was as a final boss in Super Mario: Attack of the Randomness, where it attacked by walking back and forth over and over again. So far, nobody has defeated the boss not even the creator (Boss Nass) and nobody knows what the ending is, but it is said that if you finish it Captain Falcon dances on the screen! Also turning out the lights seems to make goombas glow blue, this may or may not have relevance to The King. as Goomba DINNER seems to be eaten in blackouts in Hyrule.
  • Goombas are one of the major species of the Mario series. Since their first game appearance in Super Mario Bros., they have become one of the most iconic members of the Koopa Troop. Goombas resemble small, brown mushrooms and are a fungus-based species like Toads, Amanitas, Spooks, and Shroobs. Goombas are physically weak and are not much of a threat to Mario or Luigi, since a single stomp usually defeats them, although a number of different Goomba variants have emerged throughout the years. The Goombas, as a collective race, used to be allied with the Mushroom Kingdom. However, many of the Goombas have turned traitorous and joined the Koopa Troop, an organization led by Bowser. In many games, Goombas are the first enemy the player meets. Goombas have two feet and no visible arms. However, not all Goombas are allied with Bowser or the Koopa Troop. Some Goombas, such as the inhabitants of Goomba Village, live peacefully inside the borders of the Mushroom Kingdom, while others simply hold no allegiance and operate independently in distant locales such as Rogueport and Monstro Town. Goombas, along with Koopa Troopas, Piranha Plants, Lakitus, Bullet Bills, Bob-ombs, Shy Guys, and Boos have become some of the most well-known and iconic enemies in the entire Mario series, appearing in almost every title.
  • Goombas are slices of cheese. However, they are commonly believed to be banana cheese, or even Goombas, which they are not. They are simply slices of cheese, and they look good on toast. They can also be fried and eaten on eggs. See what I'm sayin'?
  • Goombas resemble small brown mushrooms and are among Mario and Luigi's most persistent foes. One of the major races of Mushroom World, Goombas are a fungus-based species like Toads, Amanitas, Spooks and Shroobs. Goombas are physically weak and are not much of a threat to Mario, since a single stomp usually defeats them, although a number of different Goomba sub-species have emerged throughout the years. The Goombas, as a collective race, used to be allied with the Mushroom Kingdom. However, many of the Goombas have turned traitorous and joined the Koopa Troop, an organization led by Bowser.
  • A Goomba is a type of living mushroom that works for the Koopa Troop under King Bowser. They are mentioned occasionally in the series.
  • Unlike most enemies, Goombas are immune to most weaponry, but can be killed in an instant by simply jumping on them, though the Kopiekreisel can pierce their defenses and kill them as well. They are based on and named after the common enemy of the same name from Super Mario Bros. They are only found in the first part of the Zeppy Ruins (Schwer's stage), which is modeled after the Super Mario All Stars version of Super Mario Bros. Enemies and Bosses in the Rosenkreuzstilette series
  • Goombas are now the servants of Bowser, being the lowest creatures that are ever under his command. He thinks of them as nothing more than pathetic pawns, and often sacrifices them for the stupidest reasons (he once got one hundred of these creatures killed because he needed them to steal him a steak from the grocery store). Goombas are not an endangered species, because they always respawn, even though Bowser foolishly gets them all killed/destroyed/annihilated/liquified. All goombas hate Mario for some reason. To make a long story short, goombas are stupid.
  • Goomba was an acquaintance of Gomez' who lived in Nairobi. Gomez told Miss Comstock that Goomba "got wonderful results with just a drum. And now that we have Telstar..."
  • Goombas are enemies from The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening. Mushroom-like creatures, Goombas are originally from Nintendo's Mario series and make a cameo appearance in the game together with other enemies from the Mario games. Goombas can be found in certain dungeons and in the 2-D passages found in the game. They can be killed either with the sword or, similarly to the Mario games, by using Roc's Feather to stomp on their heads and flatten them. Killing them with the latter method always results in a heart being left behind from the Goomba.
  • Ah, the Goomba, a classic enemy. The Goomba has made various appearances, which its first was in 1985 on Super Mario Bros., in many of the Mario games over the years. The always squishable enemy has been stomped, smacked with hammers, and flamed by fireballs over the years by Mario and Luigi. The Goomba's role in Mushroom Kingdom Fusion is the same as it's always been in past games. All one has to do is stomp on it or have a shell thrown at it and there are no more worries. Goombas are unique amongst the other enemies in that their apperance sometimes changes to match that of their surroundings. For example, they wear clown makeup to fit in at Toyland and dress in a style called Rhinstone Goombas in Fever Las Vegas. These changes are purely cosmetic and have no effect on the Goomba's abilities.
  • [[Category:Walking into Yoshi Enemies]] A Goomba is a mushroom-shaped enemy that appears in a small amount of games in the Yoshi series. They used to be at peace with Yoshi's Island and in the Mushroom Kingdom. It is a very common enemy in the Mario series though.
  • Goombas are the basic enemies in all Mario games. They are short and brown, and are very easy to kill. There are many variants of them, like the Paragoomba, Shell Goomba, and Micro Goomba.
  • Goombas(JP) are small, brown enemies that resemble mushrooms in the Mario series. They were introduced in Super Mario Bros. for the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1985 where they were the first and easiest enemies to defeat, as a simple jump on the head would do them in. After their initial appearance, Goombas started to appear in nearly every Mario platformer excluding Super Mario Bros. 2 and Super Mario Sunshine, for the NES and GameCube respectively. Over the years, new variations have popped up that boost their defense and offense such as the Spiked Goomba and the Paragoomba. In Super Mario Sunshine, the Goombas were replaced by an apparently sub species enemy, known as a Strollin' Stu that are similar to Goombas. The Goombas can be defeated by any of Mario's attacks in every game that they have appeared in. Prior to the events of Super Mario Bros., Goombas were apparently friends to the Mushroom Kingdom until the evil king Bowser earged them to join his army. While some stayed loyal, most went to the new superpower, though have become a relatively useless ally. However, in some games such as Paper Mario and Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door for the Nintendo 64 and GameCube, Goombas became Mario's partners (Goombario and Goombella). Goombas have also appeared as obstacles in the Mario Kart series as well. Such as in Mario Kart: Double Dash‼, Mario Kart DS, and Mario Kart Wii where they appeared in the Mario Circuit stage. The only actual playable appearance of a Goomba in a sports game was in Mario Superstar Baseball and its sequel Mario Super Sluggers where this species and a Paragoomba both were playable. They have appeared in almost every Mario platformer, other than Super Mario Sunshine and Super Mario Bros. 2, which was meant to have more original and new enemies on the account that Mario traveled to new areas. They do appear however in Super Mario Galaxy for the Wii, where they appear in three forms. Standard Goombas can be squished under Mario's foot and a coin is obtained or using the spin attack results in the Goombas spinning upside-down. While upside-down, running into them will result in Mario kicking them into space and an explosion of Star Bits. A Grand Goomba appears in the first level and dark tiny Goombas appear throughout and can be killed with one spin or jump. Other than the Goombas, there is a sub species of Goomba on both installments of the Super Mario Galaxy games, known as an Octoomba {Electrogoomba according to the guide of Super Mario Galaxy}. In Super Mario 3D Land, Goombas wear Tanooki tails and sometimes have no Tanooki Tail. There are also Goomba Towers in Super Mario 3D Land.
  • Goombas are mushroom-like creatures that appear in the Mario universe. They used to live in peace with the Toad species until Bowser captured them and turned them against the Mushroom Kingdom. They are the easiest Mario enemies to destroy, and can usually be killed with any attack, including a stomp to the head. They are also one of the most common enemies in the Super Mario series. Their heads are brown and they have two sharp teeth sticking up from their mouth. They do not clearly speak, mumbling instead. Most Goombas are enemies, but some have allied with Mario. There are many Goomba sub-species, such as the winged Paragoomba and the blue, cavern-dwelling Gloomba.
  • Goombas are evolved human dinosaurs which have been devolved into this form.
  • Un Goomba es uno de los enemigos que aparecen en los videojuegos de Mario, pero se caracteriza por ser de los más conocidos y que aparecieron primero en sus videojuegos. Tienen el aspecto de un champiñón enojado. No tienen manos y se suelen desplazar lentamente. Para destruírlos, Mario tiene que saltar sobre ellos o utilizar alguna de sus transformaciones. Hay veces que los Goombas pueden volar (Paragoomba) y otros que tienen habilidades (Goomba Tanooki, Goomba Gato...). Normalmente son pequeños pero también aparecen Goombas de tamaño grande como en Super Mario Galaxy o en Super Mario 3D Land. En New Super Mario Bros., un Goomba gigante apareció como jefe en el castillo del mundo 4 y para vencerlo hay que hacer tres saltos bomba sobre él o arrollarlo con un caparazón o aplastarlo con Mega Mario. Tienen un líder, el Rey Goomba; el cual ha aparecido en Paper Mario, Super Mario 64 DS y Mario Kart DS.
  • Goomba is one of the first few members of Digibutter, and now a Moderator. He started on the 21st of April 2007, and is number 53. He considers himself to be one of the original 50 because he was so close to 50. He often has a mellow attitude, but is very hyper and crazy in reality. Most of that is portrayed in his earlier posts. Though he seemed to have disappeared, he returned swiftly on the 2nd of November. He often thinks that he says the wrong things at the wrong time.
  • Les Goomba sont une espèce de champignons bipèdes à l'air menaçant avec des dents pointues. Ce sont des ennemis extrêmement communs de la série Super Mario. Ils sont introduits dans Super Mario Bros, et font partie des premiers adversaires imaginés dans la série. Avec les Maskass, les Plantes Piranha et les Koopa, ce sont les ennemis les plus présents et les plus connus dans les jeux vidéo Mario, réputés pour leur faiblesse. Ils sont souvent rencontrés au tout début d'un jeu.
  • Goomba - najczęściej występujący przeciwnik w Mushroom Kingdom. Dawno temu Goomby były szanowanymi mieszkańcami Mushroom Kingdom. Jednak pewnego dnia, gdy Bowser planował porwać Księżniczkę Peach, większość Goomb przyłączyło się do jego armii. Przyczyny są nieznane. Teraz jednak coraz więcej Goomb żyje w pokoju z innymi mieszkańcami królestwa.
  • Les Goombas (クリボー Kuribō) sont des ennemis de la série Mario Bros. qui apparaîssent dans Link's Awakening. leftIls apparaissent dans les grottes en scrolling horizontal et principalement dans les donjons. Plus tard, ils apparaissent également dans des endroits normaux comme dans la tour du Vautour. Leur inspiration provient des Goombas, les espèces de champignons-ennemis de la série Mario. Ils ont un comportement identique : ils se déplacent tout simplement de gauche à droite et se retournent seulement quand ils rencontrent un obstacle. Cependant, lorsque Link en rencontre dans des zones normales (en vue de dessus), ils se déplacent au hasard. Si Link utilise la plume de Roc pour atterrir sur un Goomba, l'ennemi est écrasé et il lâche un cœur. C'est une référence directe à la méthode à utiliser pour vaincre les Goombas des jeux Mario.
  • A Goomba is an enemy that is a brown mushroom with eyes, eye brows, feet, and a mouth with fangs in it. They attack by walking back and forth, which is a very offensive and defensive tactic found in many 2D platformers. In 3D shames they simply give chase, which isn't as scary as the one where they go back and forth. Goombas also have many sub-species.
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