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The Boss Snurp (Japanese: ボス王ピョン Bosu-ō Pyon; Boss King Pyon) is one of the monsters that can be found in Tower of Despair, a location introduced in the Nintendo Switch version of Miitopia. It is the final boss of Miitopia as a whole.

Appearance

The Boss Snurp is a gigantic Snurp with purple and blue glossy, glitter-like fur. The fur changes color depending on the color of the hexagons in the background. It also sports five rainbow feathers in a crown shape, distinguishing it from the rest of its kind and giving a carnival mask appearance.


Actions

This boss performs two actions per turn. It performs three once below half HP. It can also send out Juvenile Snurps.


Action name Description Chance to use Hit rate
Last Snurp Contains all three phases of the Boss Snurp as well as its associated skills listed below. - -
Wide Attack Inflicts damage to one party member and other party members adjacent to him/her. The main target takes the most damage. 100% 100%
Summon Summons two Juvenile Snurps once at half HP, and always uses if those two Snurps are defeated. 100% -
Random All Inflicts a status effect on every party member. The statuses can be either Nightmare, Aging, Excite, Stone, or Cry. This move is only used in its third phase. ?% 100%

Enemy statistics

Boss Snurp
Image HP Attack Defense Magic Speed Locations Encountered
15,000 350 158 158 121 Tower Apex

Trivia

  • At 15,000 HP, the Boss Snurp has the highest HP value among all monsters, even beating Dark Sun's, which was the highest in the Nintendo 3DS version. This boss has three phases, the most of any boss, beating the Darkest Lord and Dark Sun having two phases.
  • These phases are indicated by Boss Snurp becoming angry, and in the third phase, changing its eyes to the ones similar to Fiend's, Terror Fiend's, and Red Fiend's eyes.
  • Like the Dark Lord, the Darkest Lord, and Dark Sun, the Boss Snurp also has an extended death animation, but is the only one to also show its Mii parts separating, doing so with a notably different sound.
  • The Boss Snurp has a different summoning animation than other monsters that can summon allies. Instead of the summoned allies appearing on their own, its Juvenile Snurps appear from purple smoke coming from the Boss Snurp. Because of this, its Juvenile Snurps do not have an entrance animation when viewed in the Journal.
  • It is one of the only ones to be able to summon another monster.
  • The Boss Snurp's "RandomAll" skill was actually present in the Nintendo 3DS version as an unused skill (alongside seven others, documented on The Cutting Room Floor). In that version, this skill is the only one among the other unused ones to not work properly when hacked in as is.

Gallery

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ボス王ピョン
Bosu-ō Pyon
From ボス boss, 王 ō (king), and ピョン pyon, an onomatopoeia for bouncing.
French Roi boïng From roi (king) and boïng, an onomatopoeia for bouncing.
German Bossploing From boss and ploing, an onomatopoeia for bouncing.
Italian Burletto boss
Spanish Ñopi jefe
Korean 왕 스너프
Wang Snurp
왕 means king. "스너프" is the pronunciation of Snurp written in Korean.
Dutch Baasboing From baas (boss) and boing, an onomatopoeia for bouncing.
Chinese 王者跳跳
Wángzhě tiào tiào
From 王者 wángzhě (king) and 跳 tiào (jump, bounce, hop).

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