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|Prince Bowser Koopa Jr.|
|Artwork of Bowser Jr. in his appearance for Mario Party 9.|
Bowser Koopa Junior, usually shortened to Bowser Jr. or simply called Jr., is Bowser's son, the sole heir to the Koopa throne, and more recently, the leader of a group of elite Koopas named the Koopalings. In his debut game, Bowser Jr. was tricked by his father into believing that Princess Peach was his mother, and Mario was attempting to kidnap her. However, after losing to the plumber, he confessed that he had known Peach wasn't his mother all along, but promised to be just like his father and help him fight Mario. Since then, Bowser Jr. has appeared in many more games, including spin-offs, and his importance to the Super Mario series cast has continued to grow over the years, essentially making him a main character.
- 1 Appearances
- 1.1 Super Mario Bros.: Pokémon Odyssey
- 1.2 Mario Rugby League
- 1.3 Mario Singalong! series
- 1.4 Super Duper Smash Bros.
- 1.5 Goomsday Wii
- 1.6 Super Mario World 3: A Galaxy Quest
- 1.7 Bowser's Castle Racing
- 1.8 New Super Mario Bros. 6: The Great Journey
- 1.9 Super Mario and the 8 Elemental Crystals
- 1.10 Mario & Luigi: The Cosmic Duo
- 1.11 Super Smash Bros. Brutal Duel
- 1.12 Super Mario All-Stars 3D
- 1.13 Super Mario Warriors
- 1.14 Mario Hoops 3-On-3 Switch
- 1.15 Super Mario Spikers
- 1.16 Star Team Heroes
- 1.17 Super Mario 3D World Deluxe
- 1.18 Super Mario Land: Return To Mario Land
- 1.19 Mario Tennis: Heroes Vs Villains
- 1.20 Paper Mario and the Elemental Sages
- 2 Quotes
- 3 amiibo
- 4 Gallery
Bowser Jr. will be appearing as an enemy character in Super Mario Bros.: Pokémon Odyssey. Ironically, his father will be playable hero character, so as to why Bowser Jr. is an enemy character, while his dad is a hero character, is unknown. It is still unknown what his exact role is.
Bowser Jr is a player on the Bowser Villains team on the multiplayer Wii sports game Mario Rugby League. He is a strong character, he has average speed and skill. His special skill is to shoot fire balls out of his mouth for an extended tackle.
Mario Singalong! series
Bowser Jr makes his debut in the Mario Singalong! series in Mario Singalong Rocks!. To unlock him you have to complete Story Mode once. He returns in Mario Singalong Down Under! and Mario Singalong Legends!, where in both you must also complete the Story Mode to unlock him.
Bowser Jr. appears as a default playable character in Super Duper Smash Bros..
Bowser Jr. appears as a second-player character in Goomsday Wii, wielding his Magic Paintbrush as a weapon. He seeks to regain the Koopa throne for his father, but cannot face the power of Goomboss alone. He is thus forced to team up with Waluigi and Shadow Mario. His Paint is an extremely useful mechanic in the game, being able to form bridges, ladders, restraints, and even disguises.
Bowser Jr. appears as a default playable character in the racing game Bowser's Castle Racing.
- Weight: 31%
- Driving Skill: 58%
- Item Power: 45%
- Speed: 81%
He is overworked here, appearing the most out of all bosses, but not necessarily the toughest in his first boss fights. He is mostly seen teamed up with Alex, but can also work with the other Koopalings, considering he issues orders and is the only one who needs to be taken down in some of the all Koopaling fights. His attack pattern depends on whether he is fighting alone without his Clown Car or the other scenario's. With his Clown Car he tosses Bob-Ombs and tries to ram the player, but without the car he jumps, runs, and breathes fireballs. In the all Koopaling fights, he doesn't fight, but actually gives orders.
Bowser Jr. reappears in this game as the boss of Bowser Jr.'s Bomb Blow Castle, in World 8: Valley of Despair.
|Mario & Luigi: The Cosmic Duo|
Bowser Jr. makes an appearance in Mario & Luigi: The Cosmic Duo. In the game, he acts as the tutorial boss, and attacks using weak fireballs.
Bowser Jr. has been announced to be an unlockable newcomer in Super Smash Bros. Brutal Duel. His attacks uses his paintbrush and fire for some attcks! He can also transform into Shadow Mario by doing his Down Special. All of Shadow Mario's attacks uses his paintbrush.
- B: Fire Spit
- B Side: Paintbrush
- B Up: Shell Spin
- B Down: Transform
- Final Smash: Koopa Clown Car
Bowser Jr. retains his antagonist role in Super Mario Galaxy, Super Mario Galaxy 2, and Super Mario Sunshine. He's also going to be included in the Super Wario 3D World DLC pack, replacing Toad.
Bowser Jr. is a featured Warrior in Super Mario Warriors. His weapon is the Clown Car and makes use of the Lightning element. He also has an unlockable secondary weapon in the form of the Darkness-elemental Paintbrush, which lets attack his foes with paint and transform into Shadow Mario.
Bowser Jr. appears in Mario Hoops 3-On-3 Switch as a playable character. He is a Speedy character type and his special move is Clown Cart Shot. He is a starter character. His default partner is Bowser. His team name is the Bowser Jr. Shells.
Bowser Jr. appears in Super Mario Spikers as a playable character, appearing as an Offensive-type Captain. During matches, he wears his bib over his face, and utilizes both his Magic Paintbrush and the Jr. Clown Car. He also wears spiked, orange chains on his arms and legs, and the Jr. Clown Car's rim also has spikes on it. His emblem is a silhouette of his face, and his theme is Hip Hop.
Star Team Heroes
He's one of the victims of the Kirthar's Snap Finger.
Bowser Jr. is the main antagonist of the Donkey Kong Adventure DLC of Super Mario 3D World Deluxe. He has stolen 7 Power Stars while Mario and co. were distracted with Bowser.
Bowser Jr. appears in multiple castles and dungeons throughout the game, you will fight him in two ways (randomly throughout the castles and dungeons), in his first fight, you will fight him by jumping on him 3 times, while he blows fireballs. in future castles and dungeons, you will have to fight him inside of his Junior Koopa Clown Car, you must defeat him this way by jumping on him when he tries to attack you low to the ground.
Bowser Jr. appears as a playable character in Mario Tennis: Heroes Vs Villains. Bowser Jr. is a defensive playing type having great range but low speed and power. Bowser Junior’s zone shots are Clown Car Slide (Bowser Jr. rushed forward putting himself further ahead then the car either forwards or backwards) and Clown Car Zoom (Bowser Junior’s Clown Car gains wheels as he zooms to the left or right). Bowser Juinor’s Special Shot is Exploding Clown Car Launch in which he launched himself in the air out of his car to hit the ball with a hammer. Bowser Juinor’s hero is Peach, and his Villian Special Shot is Shadow Mario Cage, where he uses his paint brush to turn himself into Shadow Mario and then traps Peach in a cage (she gets out a few seconds later). If Peach uses her Villian Special Shot Cancel the Cage will break immediately after the cutscene.
Paper Mario and the Elemental Sages
Bowser Jr. appears as a miniboss in Paper Mario and the Elemental Sages. He is encountered and fought for the first time in Dimble Jungle during Chapter 3 as the last defender before the clearing where the Emerald Leaf. He is not encountered again until Chapter 8, as the Noctems have been holdig him captive to keep Bowser and his troops in the Alliance, until he is freed by Mario. In the interlude between Chapters 8 and 9, he informs his father that Mario freed him, and, as infuriating as that is, they owe him one. In his final appearance, he, alongside Kamek, attacks Mario immediantly after Mario finishes battling his father and Kammy Koopa, the latter having been brought out of retirement to help Kamek train the new wave of Magikoopas from the Magic Ruins. After their defeat, he and the others flee, and are not seen again during the game.
|An amiibo figure of Bowser Jr. exists! For more info about this amiibo, see this page.|