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How To Draw Fury Bowser

History Bowser, like Black Bowser from Paper Mario: Color Splash, gets corrupted by black paint in Bowser's Fury, transforming him into a colossal kaiju. It was subsequently revealed that the shape was formed by Bowser Jr. painting on his father while he was sleeping as a joke, which dramatically backfired owing to Bowser becoming corrupted by the black paint Jr. used.

Step 3: Draw two broad U-shaped curves, one within the other, at the bottom of the oval. Bowser's bottom jaw will look like this. Step 4: Draw two right triangles within the main oval form and on top of the horizontal construction line. Only the tips of the triangles should be drawn on each side of the horizontal construction line, and they should be drawn on either side of the vertical construction line.

Bowser turns crimson, clenches his hands, and displays a significantly angrier facial expression with clenched teeth and puffs of smoke pouring aloft when under the influence of the Fury condition. Bowser's damage is doubled in this condition, which is equivalent to a combo of POW-Up and DEF-Down. Bowser may cure this affliction by eating a Refreshing Herb, waiting a certain number of rounds, or defeating all of the monsters on screen. It is comparable to the Great Force from Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga and Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga Plus Bowser's Minions in that it doubles the damage dealt and taken by the sibling who is equipped with it. Bowser enters this state condition in the remake when he hits low health during Mario and Luigi's struggle against him in Toadley Clinic, and as soon as he does, he will completely heal himself with a Drumstick (Bowser X does this too when fought in the Gauntlet).

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