A Nagagog in the process of getting bigger.
Universe Super Smash Bros.
Level(s) appears in The Battlefield Fortress
The Path to the Ruins
The Wilds II
Battleship Halberd Interior
Battleship Halberd Exterior (display room only)
Subspace Bomb Factory I
Subspace Bomb Factory II
The Great Maze
HP EasyDifficulty NormalDifficulty HardDifficulty VeryHardDifficulty IntenseDifficulty
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Point worth 2000

Nagagog (ンガゴグ Ngagogu) is an enemy that is part of the Subspace Army and it first appears in the Battlefield Fortress level.

It will start off small and blue, but if it takes enough damage, it makes a laughing noise and grows larger, also turning yellow in the process. It will then proceed to turn into a larger version of itself with a reddish color. While the Nagagog is changing into a larger version of itself, it will not take any damages from attacks or items.

Its health decreases much easier when it is in its larger form. It has three attacks: tripping and falling on the player, jumping while spinning or slapping the ground near it. To turn a Nagagog into a trophy, it is recommended to use your Trophy Stand while the Nagagog is on its largest form, because you will have a decreased chance of missing. However, it still needs to be weakened before throwing the stand. If you turn a Nagagog into a trophy, it will have all forms.

Trophy description

Nagagog Trophy

An enemy that might be considered sumo-wrestler shaped, with a funky, decorative twirl on its head and a cute little mouth. As it takes damage, its body increases in size through three distinct levels. Wow, it's almost like a sumo wrestler climbing the ranks to become Yokozuna! Along with the size increase comes a change in color as well--blue, yellow, and red.

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