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|Species Origin||Koopa Troopa|
|First Appearance||Super Mario Bros. 3 (1989)|
|Latest Appearance||Mario Kart 9 (KirbiMiroir's Edition) (2016)|
Dry Bones are undead Koopa Troopas and enemies in the Mario series of games. They are skeletal Koopas with gray shoes, and usually walk on two feet. Being undead, they are quite difficult to kill, as jumping on them will result in them rebuilding themselves. They are most commonly found in deserts, but also appear in castles. There are a few variations, including Red Bones and Dull Bones.
- 1 Games
- 1.1 Mario Rugby League
- 1.2 Super Smash Bros. DS: Rise of the Defeated
- 1.3 Mario Kart Deluxe
- 1.4 Super Sloppy Bros.
- 1.5 Koopa Kart series
- 1.6 Mario and Sonic at the Dream Olympic Games
- 1.7 His Undead Buddy Joins the Party
- 1.8 Behind the Wheel
- 1.9 Super Mario Bros. V
- 1.10 New Super Mario Heroes U
- 1.11 Mario Super Sluggers HD
- 1.12 Dry Bones: An Undead Koopa's Revenge
- 2 Gallery
- 3 Trivia
Dry Bones appears as one of ten subs. He has all balanced stats and has no special skills at all. He is only used when a player on the Mario All Stars team is injured.
Super Smash Bros. DS: Rise of the Defeated
Dry Bones appears as a playable character in Super Smash Bros. DS: Rise of the Defeated. He is unlocked after brawling as Bowser 25 times or unlocking him in Story Mode. His move set is very much like that of Squirtle's in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
Dry Bones appears as an unlockable character and is officially paired with Vomer.
Sloppy Dry Bones makes an appearance in Super Sloppy Bros. as a common enemy in castles, fortresses, and ghost houses.
Koopa Kart series
Dry Bones is a playable character in the Koopa Kart series in every game, being one of seven characters to appear in every game (the other six being Bowser, Koopa Troopa, Hammer Bro, Goomba, Monty Mole, and Paratroopa). He is a heavyweight driver in the first four games, while he is a lightweight starting from Koopa Kart DS. In Koopa Kart: Double Trouble!!, his partner is Hammer Bro, and their Special Item is the Blue Shell.
A darker version of him, Dark Bones, appears as a playable power character in this game.
His Undead Buddy Joins the Party
In New Super Mario Bros.: Clash of the Koopas, Dry Bones appears once again, but only in the Fortress and Castle levels. Along with Dry Bones, Bone Goombas appear along with them. Just like the previous New Super Mario Bros. games, Dry Bones can't be defeated by jumping on them or throwing fireballs. The only way they can be defeated is by throwing iceballs at them.
Behind the Wheel
Dry Bones appears as a default playable character in the racing game Bowser's Castle Racing.
- Weight: 19%
- Driving Skill: 49%
- Item Power: 60%
- Speed: 63%
A skeletal version of a normal Koopa is much faster and light, if he's not being stuffed with meat.
Dry Bones are a very common enemy in this game and are one of the main soldiers of Evil Bowser also a Humongus Pet Dry Bones with the stance of a Shellcreeper from Mario Bros. is his main soldier
New Super Mario Heroes U
Dry Bones appears on his mini skeleton kart in World 6; Kart Racer as a Tower boss. He has a sharp point on his head so you'll have to destroy the kart by freezing the motor 3 times then it explode and Dry bones will lose his pointy top and Mario will land on his head to disable his bones.
Dry Bones is a playable character in Mario Super Sluggers HD, a remake of Mario Super Sluggers. It has eight palette swaps.
Dry Bones is the main character in his self-titled game, Dry Bones: An Undead Koopa's Revenge, where he is the only playable character in single player mode. In this game, Dry Bones has to collect the Lunar Mushrooms to get his revenge on Bowser for forcing him and the rest of the Koopa Troop to be his slaves. During gameplay, Dry Bones can use guns, which deal more damage than melee attacks.
- A Dry Bones makes a cameo appearance in Tick Tock Termination. Several Dry Bones pieces appear in the Crystal Plunge area, and collecting them all causes a Dry Bones to appear. By talking to it, the player receives a Green Pipe for his/her house.
- In Kolorado's Kwest, Dry Bones are shown to be undead Koopa Troopas, opposed to creatures that are born undead.