Dry Bones (character)
|First game||Super Mario Bros. 3 (1988)|
|Created by||Shigeru Miyamoto|
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Dry Bones, known in Japan as Karon (カロン) are skeletal versions of Koopa Troopas from the Mario series of video games. They first appeared as a common enemy in 1988's Super Mario Bros. 3. Since then, they have been a mainstay in the Mario series, usually appearing as enemies, but occasionally appearing as playable characters in the Mario spin-off games. They are voiced by Toru Asakawa.
Dry Bones usually prefer dark places, mainly castles, but have been known to live in other areas like the desert or sunken ships. They often collapse when attacked, but can soon revive themselves and become normal again. In Super Mario World they can be permanently killed by Mario's cape or a star power-up.
There are more versions, such as Big Dry Bones (a larger version), and Parabones (winged Dry Bones). A variant of Dry Bones is Dry Bowser, an undead and skeletal version of Bowser.
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