Mario franchise strategy guide/Bosses/Eyerok
When Mario (or Yoshi, Luigi or Wario in Super Mario 64 DS) enters the pyramid in the Shifting Sand Land level, he will have to go through a long, hard maze, but if he makes it through, he will slide down a tunnel and enter a room where Eyerok rests. There are actually two Eyeroks, and they resemble large hands made out of stone, except that they have an eye on each of them, serving as their weak spot. They talk slowly, and finish each other's sentences (like Iggy and Lemmy Koopa in the cartoons), and are angered by Mario's intrusion, which causes them to awaken. They can attack together, and can slam their fist or shove Mario off the edge. After they are defeated, they explode, and a Star appears from the stone coffin behind them. They do not appear to die, however - after their defeat, they say that Mario is allowed to be the king of the pyramid for a day. They appear again in Mario Kart DS, where Mario must shoot green shells at their eye to hurt them.
|Recurring Mario enemies|
|Bowser | Bowser Jr. | Cackletta | Donkey Kong | Fawful | Kamek | Kammy Koopa | King Boo | Koopalings | Shroob | Smithy Gang | Tatanga | Wario | Wart|
|Birdo | Chief Chilly | Donkey Kong Jr. | Eyerok | Fryguy | Goomboss | Gooper Blooper | Mouser | Petey Piranha | Raphael Raven | Tryclyde | Valentina | Waluigi|
|Albatoss | Big Bertha | Blooper | Bob-omb | Boo | Bullet Bill | Buzzy Beetle | Cataquack | Cheep-Cheep | Chomp | Dry Bones | Fly Guy | Goomba | Hammer Bro | Koopa Troopa | Lakitu | Magikoopa | Monty Mole | Piranha Plant | Pokey | Shy Guy | Snapjaw | Snifit | Thwomp | Ukiki | Whomp | Wiggler|