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Magikoopas are a subspecies of Koopa Troopas that first appeared in Super Mario World.

Appearance

They wear blue robes and hats resembling the garb of a wizard, and wield golden wands. They are generally considered to be high-ranking members of the Koopa Troop, and some act as personal advisers for King Bowser. Kamek, the leader of the Magikoopas, appeared in several installments of the Yoshi series. He was usually the main villain or assistant to the main villain. Kamek was the only Magikoopa that appeared in the Yoshi games.

History

Super Mario World

A Magikoopa named Wizenheimer in the episode Ghosts R’ Us.

This was the first appearance of the Magikoopa. They appear in two castles of the game, and the magic from their wands can turn the rotating blocks into Yellow Shelled Koopa Troopas. where Kamek is called by name in the PAL region but is called "Magikoopa" in the North American version. However, this also works in reverse, meaning that Kamek in said PAL versions is a generic Magikoopa.

Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island

Kamek Artwork - Yoshi Touch and Go.png

Kamek was an example of a Magikoopa in the game, although there are no other Magikoopa as enemies. In this game, Kamek is the secondary antagonist and constantly appears throughout the game.

Super Mario Party

In this game, the only Magikoopa that can be seen is Kamek. He appears as one of the hosts for the party, alongside Toad and Toadette. Gone are the Bowser Spaces, and now there are Bad Luck spaces. Upon landing on one of these, Kamek will have the unlucky player spin a wheel to benefit another player, or to lose items altogether, such as a Star or Coins. In the last 3 turns, Kamek will cast a spell to turn these spaces into Extra Bad Luck spaces, where the punishments are a lot harsher on the person who landed there.

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Mario Kart Wii

The Magikruiser resembles Magikoopas in the game. is named after Magikoopas, and bears their appearance on the front.

New Super Mario Bros. Wii

The Magikoopas appear again in New Super Mario Bros. Wii, and act much like the Magikoopas in Super Mario World, minus the power to transform the Rotating Blocks into Yellow Shelled Koopa Troopas. Magikoopas were originally going to be in New Super Mario Bros. Wii as enemies but they're removed for unknown reasons. They're unused enemies in the game. Only Kamek appears once again, He usually uses magic on the Koopalings in the castles to help them fight Mario. Kamek also appears as a boss in World 7-Fortress, and appears at the final battle with Bowser.

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Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars

Another Magikoopa appears as a boss in Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars where he is fought at Bowser's Keep. After defeating him in battle, it turns out that he was hypnotized into working for the Smithy Gang and, upon seeing Bowser in Mario's party, decides to help out by producing a treasure chest that holds infinite amount of coins.

Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga/Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions

Magikoopas appear in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga and Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions as enemies in Bowser's Castle. Magikoopas are one of the enemies hijacked by Bowletta. On the map, when they see Mario and Luigi, they create fire that follows the Bros.. Magikoopas accompany Sniper Bills and Chomp Bros.. They are vulnerable to any damage. Magikoopas are more likely to be stunned. They create large fire rings to attack Mario and Luigi that can be dodged by jumping. The ring may start at either side and come through Mario or Luigi first. The ring may come immediately towards Mario, then it comes back. They boost their stats or other enemies.

In the remake, they are sitting on their brooms.

Super Mario Maker/Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS/Super Mario Maker 2

Magikoopas appear in Super Mario Maker, Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS and Super Mario Maker 2.

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Stats

Magikoopa
MagikoopaMLSS.png LVL 42 (34) HP 100 POW 128 DEF 150 (140) SPEED {{{spd}}}
EXP 110 (130) COINS 20 (25) Fire Normal Thunder Normal Jump Normal
Hammer? Normal Hand? Normal Stun? 60% Burn? 0% Stat Down? 100%
Item drop Location(s)
Ultrasyrup Jar – 22.58%
•None (Ultrasyrup Jar) – 0%
Bowser's Castle
Notes
  • Parentheses indicates statistics in Japanese version.
  • Numbers and words in gray indicate coding unavailable in normal gameplay.
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