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  • [[Category:Chomps]] A Chain Chomp is a chained-up enemy that acts similar to a dog originating from the Mario series.
  • Chain Chomps are recurring enemies in the Mario series. They first appeared in Super Mario Bros. 3. These enemies can often be found off the posts holding them down, or sometimes even lack their chains (where they are just called chomps). They resemble a ball and chain. They behave like dogs and even bark. They are a strong and unintelligent species, and are commonly used as guard dogs in most games. One appears in Bob-omb Battlefield and you have break it free to get a star behind a cage.
  • Chain Chomps are enemies in some of the tracks. They bite characters and make them spin out. There are usually ramps behind them that players can do shortcuts on with a mushroom. They can't hit characters that have been hit with lightning.
  • Chain Chomps appear as an item in Super Mario MHL. They are also Items in the Mario Kart series as well.
  • Chain Chomp was an item in Mario Kart Arcade GP, and since their debut, they appeared in every Mario Kart Arcade games. The item works similar as the Mario Kart: Double Dash!! and Mario Kart DS Chain Chomps, although they were later replaced by Bullet Bills for unknown reasons in Mario Kart: Double Dash!! sucessors.
  • Chain Chomps are obstacles in the Mario Kart series that may also serve as Items. They can either be chained to something and dive for opponents, or they can be set loose to reek havoc. The Chain Chomp Item spurs racers through the track and knocks down anyone in the way.
  • Chain Chomp is an enemy from the Super Mario Bros. series, which resemble a ball and chain. They act like dogs, and can even bark. Chain Chomps are a strong and unintelligent species, and are most commonly used as guard dogs.
  • Chain Chomps are returning enemies in the Mario Series that made their debut in Super Mario Bros. 3. They are usually chained to a pole and seem to act like typical Dogs. Some Chain Chomps aren't chained to a pole, which usually gives them the name, Chomp.
  • A Chain Chomp is an enemy with a outer steel core, tempered within the earth. There are many different sorts that appear in Paper Mario and outside. Many of the popular types consist of Dark Chomps, Red Chomps, Under Chomp and others. Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door features traditional Chain Chomps, appearing in the Palace of Shadow. They are also found in the Pit of 100 Trials. Chain Chomps are usually found in underground areas. In Super Paper Mario, a Chain Chomp can be seen in the basement of Fort Francis.
  • The babies hop into their Goo Goo Buggy and activate their special item, the Chain Chomp. The Chain Chomp bites forwards each time the special attack button is pressed again, pulling the babies in their kart behind it. Enemies caught in the Chain Chomp's bite are dealt massive knockback and some damage.
  • Chain Chomps are enemies in the Mario series that first appeared in Super Mario Bros. 3 for the Nintendo Entertainment System. They're enemies that are chained up, though nevertheless are capable of attacking you if you happen to be within a certain range of them. This can easily be avoidable, though can also be a challenge in later games such as Super Mario 64 where they've dramatically grown. In Super Mario 64, they'd, like in previous games, be chained up, though could be released if you're able to ground pound the pole that they're attached to.
Leader
First game
  • Mario Kart Wii
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main colors
  • Black and White
Defeated
  • Ground pounding it's post
LatestAppearance
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Homeland
Games
  • Mario Party series
  • New Super Mario Bros.
  • Yoshi's Story
  • Super Mario 64 DS
  • Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island
  • Super Mario Bros. 3
  • Super Mario Galaxy
  • Super Mario 64
  • New Super Mario Bros. Wii
  • Mario Super Sluggers
  • Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games
  • And many more
Origin
  • Super Mario
  • Chomps
FirstAppearance
  • Mario Kart 64
  • Mario Kart: Double Dash!!
  • ''[[w:c:mario:Super Mario Bros. 3
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  • N/A
Series
Status
  • Enemies
Affiliation
Name
  • Chain Chomp
Type
  • Species
  • Transformation
AP
  • 3
Caption
  • A Chain Chomp from the Super Mario series.
  • Artwork from Mario Party 8
  • Chain Chomp's art work from Mario Party 8
  • Chain Chomp's artwork from Mario Party 8
First
  • Super Mario Bros. 3
Relationships
  • Boss: Bowser
Abilities
  • Biting
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Members
Species
Title
  • Chain Chomp
Enemies
  • Mario, Luigi, Yoshis, Star Children
Class
  • C
Description
  • Pulls driver through track with a fast auto-pilot, and also a vicious obstacle that leaps and hops at opponents.
firstgame
  • Super Mario Bros. 3
DF
  • 3
Image
  • Unknown-1-1437319238.jpeg
Universe
User
  • Baby Mario & Luigi
Attacks
  • Biting, Contact with the player
Debut
  • Super Mario Bros. 3
HP
  • 4
wn
  • N/A
Located
subspecies
Effect
  • Damage
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  • Chain Chomps are enemies in the Mario series that first appeared in Super Mario Bros. 3 for the Nintendo Entertainment System. They're enemies that are chained up, though nevertheless are capable of attacking you if you happen to be within a certain range of them. This can easily be avoidable, though can also be a challenge in later games such as Super Mario 64 where they've dramatically grown. In Super Mario 64, they'd, like in previous games, be chained up, though could be released if you're able to ground pound the pole that they're attached to. They also appeared in Super Mario Sunshine, where they'd be covered with steaming goop. In this mission, Mario and F.L.U.D.D. would have to clean all of this junk off of them, which in turn would cool the beasts down. In Super Mario Galaxy, they're not attached to any chain, and will roll around selected planets attempting to squash Mario. In a way they resemble dogs, and are, according to Shigeru Miyamoto, inspired by an event that occurred in his life when he was a child. Apparently a large dog chased after him, though was yanked back by his chain. The German translation of Chain Chomp is "Kettenhund" which means "Chain-Dog".
  • [[Category:Chomps]] A Chain Chomp is a chained-up enemy that acts similar to a dog originating from the Mario series.
  • Chain Chomps are recurring enemies in the Mario series. They first appeared in Super Mario Bros. 3. These enemies can often be found off the posts holding them down, or sometimes even lack their chains (where they are just called chomps). They resemble a ball and chain. They behave like dogs and even bark. They are a strong and unintelligent species, and are commonly used as guard dogs in most games. One appears in Bob-omb Battlefield and you have break it free to get a star behind a cage.
  • Chain Chomps are enemies in some of the tracks. They bite characters and make them spin out. There are usually ramps behind them that players can do shortcuts on with a mushroom. They can't hit characters that have been hit with lightning.
  • Chain Chomps appear as an item in Super Mario MHL. They are also Items in the Mario Kart series as well.
  • Chain Chomp was an item in Mario Kart Arcade GP, and since their debut, they appeared in every Mario Kart Arcade games. The item works similar as the Mario Kart: Double Dash!! and Mario Kart DS Chain Chomps, although they were later replaced by Bullet Bills for unknown reasons in Mario Kart: Double Dash!! sucessors.
  • Chain Chomps are obstacles in the Mario Kart series that may also serve as Items. They can either be chained to something and dive for opponents, or they can be set loose to reek havoc. The Chain Chomp Item spurs racers through the track and knocks down anyone in the way.
  • Chain Chomp is an enemy from the Super Mario Bros. series, which resemble a ball and chain. They act like dogs, and can even bark. Chain Chomps are a strong and unintelligent species, and are most commonly used as guard dogs.
  • Chain Chomps are returning enemies in the Mario Series that made their debut in Super Mario Bros. 3. They are usually chained to a pole and seem to act like typical Dogs. Some Chain Chomps aren't chained to a pole, which usually gives them the name, Chomp.
  • A Chain Chomp is an enemy with a outer steel core, tempered within the earth. There are many different sorts that appear in Paper Mario and outside. Many of the popular types consist of Dark Chomps, Red Chomps, Under Chomp and others. Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door features traditional Chain Chomps, appearing in the Palace of Shadow. They are also found in the Pit of 100 Trials. Chain Chomps are usually found in underground areas. In Super Paper Mario, a Chain Chomp can be seen in the basement of Fort Francis.
  • The babies hop into their Goo Goo Buggy and activate their special item, the Chain Chomp. The Chain Chomp bites forwards each time the special attack button is pressed again, pulling the babies in their kart behind it. Enemies caught in the Chain Chomp's bite are dealt massive knockback and some damage.
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