A Nep-Enut from Yoshi's Island DS.
|First appearance||Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island (1995)|
|Latest appearance||Yoshi's New Island (2014)|
Nep-Enut is a type of blue, water-based Gargantua Blargg that hides underwater in the games Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island, Yoshi's Island: Super Mario Advance 3 and Yoshi's Island DS. Nep-Enut will remain submerged until Yoshi approaches it. Then, the monster will rise, blocking Yoshi's path. Yoshi must shoot inside Nep-Enut's mouth with an egg for it to submerge in the water to hide (and only its eyebrows will remain visible). If Yoshi jumps over the giant monster, Nep-Enut will give chase. Nep-Enuts are much bigger and more detailed in Yoshi's Island DS than in Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island.
Names in Other Languages
Big Unbaba Blue
|Transliteration of the Japanese name|
|Italian||Pos'Adone||Portmanteau of Poseidone (Poseidon) and Adone (Adonis)|
- The Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island box art and game cover shows Yoshi about to cross a gap with a Nep-Enut in hot pursuit.
- Nep-Enut is an anagram of "Neptune", the Roman god of the sea.
- Early screenshots of Paper Mario showed that at least one Nep-Enut was going to be in the game.
|Blargg • Blarggwich • Charvaargh • Co-Blargg • Crusher Blargg • Egg-Enut • Gargantua Blargg • Magmaargh • Magmaw • Nep-Enut • Sandmaargh|