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[[Image:PersistentCoinBmanMaxsprite.png|left]]Curansee moves quickly, constantly pursuing the player, and will harm the player on collision. Often, a special building in the stage will spawn more Curansees as they are destroyed.
 
[[Image:PersistentCoinBmanMaxsprite.png|left]]Curansee moves quickly, constantly pursuing the player, and will harm the player on collision. Often, a special building in the stage will spawn more Curansees as they are destroyed.
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[[File:Bdscuranseesprite.png]] Curansee moves about aimlessly, only changing direction upon collision with bombs or walls. It will persue the player if he or she is horizonally within 6 spaces, and there are no objects between them.
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==

Revision as of 21:55, March 10, 2012

Curansee (シツコイン, Persistent Coin, in Japan) is an enemy that originally appeared in Super Bomberman 2. It is similar in appearance to the Pontan, but differs in that it cannot pass through Soft Blocks.

Appearances

Super Bomberman 2

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In Super Bomberman 2, Curansee appears in Stage 5. It moves quickly, constantly pursuing the player, and will harm the player on collision.[1]

Bomberman Quest

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Curansee moves slowly and randomly. When it lines up horizontally or vertically with the player, and there are no bombs between them, it will quickly move in the direction of the player. It also tries to avoid bombs on the field. It will harm the player on collision. It has 5 HP and yields the Jump Shoes upon defeat.[2]

Bomberman Max

PersistentCoinBmanMaxsprite
Curansee moves quickly, constantly pursuing the player, and will harm the player on collision. Often, a special building in the stage will spawn more Curansees as they are destroyed.

Bomberman DS

Bdscuranseesprite Curansee moves about aimlessly, only changing direction upon collision with bombs or walls. It will persue the player if he or she is horizonally within 6 spaces, and there are no objects between them.

Trivia

Curansee's original Japanese name, "Shitsukoin", is a word play combining the word "coin" with the Japanese word "shitsukoi", which means "insistent" or "persistent".

Gallery

References

  1. Super Bomberman 2 Hudson Soft Guidebook, pg. 27, 47
  2. Bomberman Quest Official Guidebook, pg. 45
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