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==Description==
 
==Description==
 
[[File:Dark_Planet.png|thumb|left]]Planet Black is not so much a planet as it is a region of space; its outward visage is a gaseous object projecting a large skull, but the inside contains four main metallic areas. It has five stages, the last two being boss battles.
 
[[File:Dark_Planet.png|thumb|left]]Planet Black is not so much a planet as it is a region of space; its outward visage is a gaseous object projecting a large skull, but the inside contains four main metallic areas. It has five stages, the last two being boss battles.
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==Traps==
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*[[Satellite]]
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*[[Missile Pad]]
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*[[Warp Hole]]
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==Enemies==
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*[[Saucer]]
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*[[Missile Man (Bomberman World)|Missile Man]]
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*[[Claw Man]]
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*[[Hologra-Bom]]
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*[[Gashin]]
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*[[Machinda|Gattain]]
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*[[Core Mecha Walker|Core Mecha]]
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*'''BOSS''': [[Bagura]]
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*'''BOSS''': [[God-Header]]
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*'''BOSS''': [[God Bomber]]
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==References==
 
==References==
 
#''Bomberman World'' Japanese manual, pg. 15
 
#''Bomberman World'' Japanese manual, pg. 15

Latest revision as of 19:48, November 19, 2019

Planet Black, known as Black Star - Star of Darkness in the PAL manual (a closer translation of its Japanese name and title) and Dark World in the NTSC-U manual, is the fifth and final location in Bomberman World. It is the base of Bagura.

DescriptionEdit

Dark Planet
Planet Black is not so much a planet as it is a region of space; its outward visage is a gaseous object projecting a large skull, but the inside contains four main metallic areas. It has five stages, the last two being boss battles.

TrapsEdit

EnemiesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Bomberman World Japanese manual, pg. 15
  2. Bomberman World European manual, pg. 10
  3. Bomberman World American manual, pg. 17
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