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{{Boss
 
|name = Lakithunder
 
|name = Lakithunder
|image = [[File:Lakithunder.jpg]]
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|image = [[File:Lakithunder.jpg|Lakithunder]]
|caption = Lakithunder in-game
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|caption = Lakithunder
|race = [[Lakitu]]
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|first = ''[[New Super Mario Bros.]]'' ([[2006]])
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|location = [[World 7 (NSMB)|World 7]]
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|species = [[Lakitu]]
 
|gender = Male
 
|gender = Male
 
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|allies = [[Koopa Troop]]<br>[[Bowser]]
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|located = World 7
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|first = ''[[New Super Mario Bros.]]''
 
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'''Lakithunder''' is a boss from ''[[New Super Mario Bros.]]'' for the [[Nintendo DS]]. He appears as a castle boss in the secret World 7, meaning that either he or [[Monty Mole|Monty Tank]] (World 6) must be defeated in order to access World 8. Lakithunder can attack by shooting lightning bolts at [[Mario]], dropping [[Spiny|Spinies]], or swooping down for a direct hit. That is when the player must jump on him for damage. Three jumps and he gives up his key to [[Dark Land|Bowser's Underworld]].
 
'''Lakithunder''' is a boss from ''[[New Super Mario Bros.]]'' for the [[Nintendo DS]]. He appears as a castle boss in the secret World 7, meaning that either he or [[Monty Mole|Monty Tank]] (World 6) must be defeated in order to access World 8. Lakithunder can attack by shooting lightning bolts at [[Mario]], dropping [[Spiny|Spinies]], or swooping down for a direct hit. That is when the player must jump on him for damage. Three jumps and he gives up his key to [[Dark Land|Bowser's Underworld]].
   

Revision as of 00:45, April 22, 2011

Lakithunder is a boss from New Super Mario Bros. for the Nintendo DS. He appears as a castle boss in the secret World 7, meaning that either he or Monty Tank (World 6) must be defeated in order to access World 8. Lakithunder can attack by shooting lightning bolts at Mario, dropping Spinies, or swooping down for a direct hit. That is when the player must jump on him for damage. Three jumps and he gives up his key to Bowser's Underworld.

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