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|appearances =''[[Bomberman II]]''<br />''[[Bomberman (TG-16)]]''
 
|appearances =''[[Bomberman II]]''<br />''[[Bomberman (TG-16)]]''
|score = [[Bomberman II]]:100<br />[[Bomberman (TG-16)]]:400
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|score = [[Bomberman II]]:100<br />[[Bomberman (TG-16)]]:800 (400)
 
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|sprite =[[Image:enemy-pomori.gif]] [[Image:enemy-pat.png]]|altname = Pat}}
 
|sprite =[[Image:enemy-pomori.gif]] [[Image:enemy-pat.png]]|altname = Pat}}
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In [[Bomberman (TG-16)]], he resembles a pruple bat wiht the horns. He sometimes appears with the bosses in boss levels and in this game he is four enemies appear when the warp is broken.
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In [[Bomberman (TG-16)]], he resembles a pruple bat wiht the horns. He sometimes appears with the bosses in boss levels and in this game he is four enemies appear when the warp is broken.He gives 800 but in some versions he will give 400 points.
   
 
In both games, the advantage of being a Pomori winged enemy, is pass over soft blocks.
 
In both games, the advantage of being a Pomori winged enemy, is pass over soft blocks.

Revision as of 09:02, October 28, 2012


Pomori (also known as Pat) is a bat-like enemy appeared few bomberman games.


In Bomberman II, he is blue and has no horn. He appears in a lot of level.


In Bomberman (TG-16), he resembles a pruple bat wiht the horns. He sometimes appears with the bosses in boss levels and in this game he is four enemies appear when the warp is broken.He gives 800 but in some versions he will give 400 points.

In both games, the advantage of being a Pomori winged enemy, is pass over soft blocks.

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