He appears as a large Koopaling with hot pink shades and his eyes are never shown behind them. He originally wore a pink shell, but in more recent appearances, he has a purple shell.
Super Mario Bros. 3
Roy makes his debut with his siblings, and is the fifth boss of the game. He is found on his airship in Sky Land. It takes three stomps on the head to defeat him. He is one of the two Koopalings who can cause earthquakes, the other being Ludwig.
Super Mario World
Roy is the fifth boss at Forest of Illusion. He is fought in the same way as Morton except the walls will close in a bit every time the player stomps on his head. He is defeated when the player stomps on him thrice.
Roy is the seventh boss in this game, appearing in Float Castle I. He will fly down in a hot-air balloon machine. First, shoot off its arms and one cannon. Then it will reveal six more cannons which also must be shot. When the balloon's carriage goes down, Roy appears. Defeat him and you receive the Ruby gem.
New Super Mario Bros. Wii
Unlike his past appearances, Roy appears in World 2. In his Tower battle, Roy will jump about and ground pound. If Mario is on the ground when Roy comes down, he'll be stunned and paralyzed by the shockwave. Roy's magic is purple in color. Like most other bosses, three stomps on the head will defeat him. In his castle, Kamek magically brings down pipes that Roy can use. Roy will jump into a random Warp Pipe and, when Mario is right below him, jump down from it and ground pound. Mario has to avoid both the earthquake and Roy falling from the pipes. After three stomps, Roy is defeated.
New Super Mario Bros. 2
Roy is the first Koopaling encountered in the game, he is seen in the Clown Copter with the other Koopalings during the intro. He will perform a Shoulder Bash towards the player in the battle like Chargin' Chucks, but when he bumps into a wall, he will become dizzy for a short time. After spinning in his shell, he will shoot a hot pink fireball from his wand. To beat Roy, the player will have to stomp on him three times. When Roy is stomped on, the room will narrow down, and it will become wide again when Roy is beaten. He is later seen again in World 6 and World Star's castle with the rest of the Koopalings in the Koopa Clown Car, trying to slow Mario down and is then seen reviving Bowser with his magic, but they were knocked into lava by Bowser.
Roy returns in Super Mario Maker 2included in update 3.0, the final major update. He gains a new ability: he can now spin in his shell to burrow underground and pop up on the floor or the ceiling, in which he will drop from and cause an earthquake.
Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga/Bowser's Minions
Roy appears as a major boss. He can breathe fire, create shockwaves, and spin in his shell. He has a time Bob-omb in his battle.
Mario Kart 8/Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
Roy Koopa made his debut in Mario Kart 8 and Deluxe as a playable character along with the rest of the siblings. This marks their first playable appearance in the Mario Kart spin-offs.
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In the cartoons, he was Bully Koopa and, instead
of Ludwig (Known as Kooky in the show) being the oldest koopa kid, Bully was. There are three major physical differences between Roy and Bully: Bully wears a collar, has a spike on his tail, and his eyes are seen. Bully also speaks with a New York accent while Roy has a much deeper voice. His name might be related to his typical response to Morton (Big Mouth) talking too much: whacking him on the head while yelling "SHUT UP!"
In the Amada series, he serves as one of the minions of Bowser.
• ⋆-Enemy, boss, or stat exclusive to the main game. • ⋆⋆-Enemy, boss, or stat exclusive to Minion Quest: The Search for Bowser. • ⋆⋆⋆-Enemy variants differ in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions.