Bullet Bills are large, glaring projectiles which are shot out of Bill Blasters. They appear in the Super Mario series, usually as enemies of Mario within Bowser's Koopa Troop. Additionally, Bullet Bills have appeared as items in the Mario Kart franchise since Mario Kart DS, which allow losing racers to make an easy comeback.
Super Mario 64
- June 23, 1996
Mario Kart DS
- November 14, 2005
New Super Mario Bros. U
(Nintendo Wii U)
- November 18, 2012
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Bullet Bill beckons his foe to come closer.
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Bullet Bill points at his adversary and then gives them a thumbs-down.
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Bullet Bill glares at his foe menacingly.
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A Bill Blaster rises from the ground, shoots Bullet Bill out of it, then sinks back down.
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A platform resembling a King Bill.
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Kirby acquires Bullet Bill's jet black body and glaring eyes.
Bullet Bill fights using a mix of hand-to-hand combat and attacks involving ramming himself into his foes.
While Bullet Bill can glide, he cannot Crawl, Wall Jump, or Wall Cling.
Bullet Bill punches with his left hand.
Bullet Bill punches with his right hand.
Bullet Bill punches forward with both his hands at the same time.
Bullet Bill unleashes a series of quick but weak punches.
Bullet Bill flies with a much greater speed for a short instant, knocking into whoever is in his path.
Bullet Bill winds up his fist and then attacks with a powerful punch.
Bullet Bill punches upward quickly.
Bullet Bill pounds the ground rapidly.
Bullet Bill sprouts a Tanooki Tail from Super Mario 3D Land and spins around, smacking his foes with the tail. The Tanooki Tail disappears after this attack is used.
Bullet Bill points himself to the ground and then shoots exhaust behind him, launching his foe upward.
Bullet Bill becomes enveloped in a small explosion. However, when the smoke and fire clears, Bullet Bill is unscathed.
Bullet Bill locks on to his nearest foe and then flies directly at them. However, if they move, then Bullet Bill will not chase them but continue flying in the direction he was headed.
Bullet Bill spins around, performing a front flip in midair.
A cloud of toxic smoke appears from behind Bullet Bill.
Bullet Bill punches upward several times while in midair.
Bullet Bill performs his own take on the classic Ground Pound move from the Mario series. He plummets downward with rapid speed, spinning around and sticking a fist out to smack anyone he collides with.
Bullet Bill reaches out in an attempt to grab his foe.
Bullet Bill knocks his adversary against his metallic head.
Bullet Bill tosses his foe forward and rockets himself into them.
Bill Blaster Blow
Bullet Bill shoves his adversary into a Bill Blaster and then fires them away from him.
Bullet Bill throws his foe above him and then headbutts them up.
Bullet Bill tosses his foe downward and then ceases hovering, crashing into them.
Bullet Bill homes in on his foe, crashing into them.
Bullet Bill loads itself into a Bill Blaster and fires himself with great speed, smashing his adversary with massive force. The longer this attack is charged, the farther Bullet Bill will fly.
Bullet Bill launches himself vertically, punching several times as he rises.
Bullet Bill transforms into a standard kart from Mario Kart DS, a reference to his role as an important item in the series. The kart is driven by a white, black, green, light blue, dark blue, red, yellow, or pink Shy Guy. After four regular turns or one sharp turn, Bullet Bill will transform back into himself.
Bullet Bill summons his fellow Bills and hordes of Bullet Bills, Banzai Bills, and King Bills fly in from both sides of the stage, knocking players around. Each deals (9%) damage. The King Bills deal heavy knockback, the Banzai Bills deal moderate knockback, and the Bullet Bills deal minor knockback. After 11 seconds, the attack ends.
Bullet Bill Theme
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