Water Commander is a character of the Bomberman series and the only female of the Four Commanders, a group of thieves led by Chaos Bomber.

Appearing as a boss in the game Bomberman Quest, she is a young girl who specializes in infiltration techniques. Able to manipulate water at will, She prefers to use Rubber Bombs. She rules the Field Zone.


In Bomberman Quest, the Four Commanders stole the four engines of the shuttle White Bomber was riding, forcing him to make an emergency landing on a nearby planet. As Bomberman was taking previously captured monsters to be imprisoned in Bomber Planet, all the monsters on board took this opportunity to escape. The newly freed monsters began to attack the residents of that Planet, throwing the cities into panic. Wanting to recapture the monsters and recover his engines, Bomberman confronted the first of the Four Commanders: the Water Commander. Thinking Bomberman was cutie and handsome, at first she through he was an candidate to have an relationship with her (as she was looking for a boyfriend and even had an ad sign of "singles" in her lair). When she found out he only wanted to capture her and his engine back, she decided to battle him because she was bored. Bomberman defeated and imprisoned her.

In some Russian manuals, it says that when she was imprisoned, she started to promise that she won't be evil ever and beg for mercy. She later showed as a good character in some unreleased Russian games. Also it can be possible that she could be good before, but eventually being brainwashed by Chaos Bomber.


She is a very strong-willed, spunky young girl. Light-hearted, jovial and flirtatious, she flirts with any man she sees and then blow them up if they're not her type. Despite the shallow persona, she's a dangerous force.


  • She can throw two bombs, which will bounce randomly around the room.
  • If Bomberman lay down any bombs, she will spin and throw balls that will destroy these bombs.
  • When she starts losing energy she will dig up the floor for mini-hearts.


  • The artwork portrays her with a katana sheath on her back, though she never actually uses it.


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