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Mario & Luigi: Dream Team enemy
Location Dreamy Driftwood Shore
HP 127
Power 156
Defense 197
Speed 50
Experience gained 75
Coins dropped 35 (100% drop rate)
Item dropped Ultrasyrup Jar (5% drop rate)
  • Parentheses represent Japanese versions different from the American and European versions.
  • Gray statistics shows that they are found just in the game's coding and not available during normal gameplay.

Bloopurns are enemies that appear in the game Mario & Luigi: Dream Team. They are strange urns that produce an endless amount of Bloopers. Bloopurns can be found in Dreamy Driftwood Shore.

Bloopurns do not move from their spot on the field, instead sending out Bloopers if Mario and/or Luigi provokes them.


In battle, Bloopurns can produce Bloopers that can attack either Mario or Luigi. There are two main method of attack. In the first, three Bloopers will fly at Mario who must hit them back with a hammer which will in turn damage the Bloopurn. In the second, three Bloopers will shoot out of the Bloopurns and fly at Mario. Mario can tell whether he would have to jump based on whether the Blooper is spinning or not. The Bloopurns may tip over and spill their contents if they take damage. They can also produce Dreamcap Captain Rs and Dreamcap Rs to aid them in battle. Using Luiginary Attacks such as the Luiginary Ball or Luiginary Stack can get rid of the group quickly.


  • The Bloopurn's name is a pun of the words "Blooper" and "urn," an object where they are inside.

Names in Other Languages

Language Name Meaning, Notes and Origin
Spanish La Vasija Blooperus

Genitive: Vesijes Blooperus

La Vasija means "vase". El Blooper means Blooper.
Italian Il Vasbáglio

Genitive: Vasbaglís

From Sbagliáre (to make a mistake) and Il Vaso (vase).
Japanese Gessō no Tsubo Blooper's Jar (Gessō means Blooper in Japanese. Tsubo means Jar.)