Pidgit is an enemy that appears in the Mario series.


Super Mario series

Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic/Super Mario Bros. 2

Pidgit first appears in Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic and later in its western remake Super Mario Bros. 2. In these games, Pidgit appears as a common aerial enemy. Pidgit's first level appearance is in World 1-2.

In the game, Pidgit attacks the player by attempting to swoop right into him/her. As the Pidgit descends from the sky, the player must jump atop it or its carpet and throw Pidgit off to gain a 10 second control of the carpet until the carpet vanishes. This carpet is normally used to reach inaccessible areas in a level.

Pidgit reappears in the Super Mario Bros. 2 game as a part of Super Mario All-Stars and in Super Mario Advance. Instead of its black coloration, its color is changed to blue (purple as depicted in the art).

Super Mario World

Pidgets appear in Super Mario World in the form of Pidget Bills. After Mario or Luigi complete all levels in the Special World, Pidget Bills replace Bullet Bills.

Mario & Luigi series

Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time

In Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time, Pidgets appear as an enemy. Some Pidgets have sacks with them; these sacks contain coins.

Other appearances

Wario's Woods

Pidgit reappears in Wario's Woods under the name of Black Bat.

In the game, Pidgit appears as one of Wario's monsters who overcame Wanda when Wario

Pidgits in the cartoon, where they can fly on their own, speak their language by saying their own names and have an appetite for carpets. It makes you wonder if the language they speak started the Pokémon trend.

replaced Birdo which often happens in gameplay. In the game, Pidgit acts the same as Wanda by dropping extra monsters on Toad. Unlike Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic and Super Mario Bros. 2, Pidgit appears to be able to fly. This means that Black Bat could possibly be a subspecies of Pidgit.

Non-canonical appearances

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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

The Pidgit appears as a spirit in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate classified as 44. It was one of the spirits to be captured by Puppet Fighters. The spirit can be obtained in the Mysterious Dimension sub-area as the incorrect spirit for the quiz, that leads to Marx. The fighter must battle against the Puppet Fighter of Peach in her black costume.

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