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It has been suggested that this article be split into the following: Koopa the Quick, Chibi Nokonoko. (discuss)
Koopa the Quick
SpeciesBig Koopa Troopa
First appearanceSuper Mario 64 (1996)
Latest appearanceSuper Mario 3D All-Stars (2020)
“Well, if it isn't Mario! Long time no see. You've put on a few pounds since I last saw you. Too much pasta and lounging, huh?”
Koopa the Quick, Super Mario 64 DS

Koopa the Quick is a big Koopa Troopa that Mario can race twice for Power Stars in Super Mario 64 and the remake. He is one of the competitor characters in the game along with the Big Penguin. According to what he says, his home is the 'huge' variation of Tiny-Huge Island, which explains his size.


Super Mario 64[edit]

“You must be strong. And pretty fast. But how fast are you, anyway? Fast enough to beat me... Koopa the Quick? I don't think so. Just try me.”
Koopa the Quick, Super Mario 64

In Super Mario 64, Mario first meets Koopa the Quick in Bob-omb Battlefield after defeating the King Bob-omb. He only appears in the mission Footrace with Koopa the Quick. He is seen at the entrance of the stage and will challenge Mario to a race from there to the top of the mountain where the Big Bob-omb originally resided. Once Mario accepts his challenge, the race will start. If Mario makes it to the top of the mountain first and the victory jingle plays, he will have to wait until Koopa the Quick makes it to the top as well to receive a Power Star. However, if Mario loses to Koopa the Quick, he will have to return to the castle, re-enter the stage, and try again. Also, Mario cannot use a cannon to get to the top of the mountain faster, as Koopa the Quick will consider it as cheating and will not give him the Power Star. However, using either of the warps will not affect the race. Somewhat hypocritically, Koopa the Quick himself cheats, as he takes a shortcut up a slope too steep for Mario to climb normally.

Koopa the Quick is next seen on the 'huge' side of Tiny-Huge Island near Windswept Valley in the mission Rematch with Koopa the Quick, where he will challenge Mario to a rematch for another Power Star. This time, Koopa the Quick is much faster and more difficult to beat. Again, the race will start if Mario accepts the rematch. Mario must also be careful not to get blown off the Windswept Valley Bridge on his way to the flag. Once he beats Koopa the Quick, he will receive another Power Star. If Mario enters the 'tiny' side of the island, then the player can find an especially-small Koopa Troopa that would be in the same location as Koopa the Quick. In this island, if Mario loses to Koopa the Quick, he can simply use the pipes to go to the tiny island, and then use the pipe again to go back to the large island, where Koopa the Quick will be back at the start of race.

Super Mario 64 DS[edit]

Koopa the Quick and Yoshi in Super Mario 64 DS.

Koopa the Quick also appears in the remake, Super Mario 64 DS, where (due to the enhanced graphics of the game) he is redesigned to look like the other 'modern' Koopa Troopas. Nothing about his races has changed, but he will only race Mario. However, he cannot tell the difference between Mario and characters wearing Mario's Cap. Also, if Yoshi, Luigi, or Wario lose their Mario disguise and finish the race, he will claim that he is the winner since Mario has technically not shown up, but if they beat him, then grab Mario's Cap, he will award them the Power Star. While the player still cannot use a cannon in their favor, they can use the Wing Cap if they are wearing it while starting the race; flying with it will still count as a loss.

Names in other languages[edit]

Chibi Nokonoko
Koopa Troopa
Small Koopa Troopa (Tiny Island)
Koopa Troopa
FrenchKoopa RapidoQuick Koopa
GermanSchneller Koopa
Koopa der Schnelle (DS)
Quick Koopa
Koopa the Quick
ItalianKoopa il VeloceKoopa the Quick
Koopa Troopa
SpanishKoopa el RápidoKoopa the Quick


  • During the development of Super Mario 64, the player originally raced against a rabbit, but it was replaced by a Koopa Troopa due to the rabbit being too fast.[2]
  • The secret to his speed in Tiny-Huge Island is his 'Koopa Mach 1 Sprint' shoes, or in Super Mario 64 DS, 'Supa Koopa Sprint' sneakers, on which he spent all of his cash. Neither are mentioned in the original Japanese script or the French translations, though the German, Italian, and Spanish translations retain the reference.
  • In the French translation, he asks Mario at one point if he has been training for the Olympic Games; the reference is removed in Super Mario 64 DS.
  • While Koopa the Quick does not appear in Super Mario Odyssey, there are Koopa Troopas named the Roving Racers that challenge the player to a race in most kingdoms.
  • In Super Mario 64 DS, he seems to recognize Mario, as opposed to having to introduce himself like in the original game. He also holds his races in this version to help Mario lose weight.


  1. ^Shogakukan. 2015. Super Mario Bros. Hyakka: Nintendo Kōshiki Guidebook, Super Mario 64 section, page 86.
  2. ^'Super Mario 64 – 1996 Developer Interviews originally featured in the official strategy guides' Retrieved September 10, 2018.
Koopa Troopas
CharactersApprentice • Captain Koopa Troopa • Chef Torte • Egyptian Koopa • Elmo • Grunt • Holly Koopa • Hookbill the Koopa • Huge Red Electrokoopa • Jagger • Johnson • Jr. Troopa • KP Koopas • KP Pete • Kent C. Koopa • Kolorado • Kolorado's father • Kolorado's wife • Koopa (Mario Party Advance) • Koopa (Mario Party DS) • Koopa Bros. • Koopa Koot • Koopa Krag • Koopa Master • Koopa Shepherdess • Koopa the Quick • Koopa Troopa (Mario Party 4) • Kooper • Koopie Koo • The Koopinator • Koopley • Koopook • Koops • Koover • Kroop • Kung Fu Koopa • Kuzzle • Kylie Koopa • Mega Koopa • Private Koopa • Robot Monster Troopa • Roving Racers • Shellshockers • Shisai • Spiky John • Spiky Tom
SpeciesBeach Koopa • Big Koopa Troopa • Bodyslam Koopa • Bombshell Koopa • Climbing Koopa • Dark Koopa • Dark Koopa (Super Paper Mario) • Dark Koopatrol • Dark Koopatrol (Super Paper Mario) • Dark Striker • Dry Bones • Electro-Koopa (blue/red) • Elite Troopea • Gold Koopa • Gold Koopeleon • Glad Red Koopa • Koopatrol • Koopa Striker • Koopa Troopa • Koopa Troopa 6-Stack • Koopa Paratroopa • Koopeleon • KP Koopa • Mad Green Koopa • Mural Koopa • Noko Bombette • Nokottasu • Paper Koopa Troopa • Paper Macho Koopa Troopa • Robo Koopa • Shady Koopa • Shiny Koopa Troopa • Snooza Koopa • Soopa Striker • Space Troopa • State Troopa • Stormtroopa • Super Koopa • Super Troopa • Terra Cotta • Terrapin • Toopa Striker • Torte • Troopea • Wereturtle
Other relativesShellcreeper
Super Mario 64 / Super Mario 64 DS
CharactersBig Penguin • Bob-omb Buddy • Dorrie • Glowing rabbits • Headless Snowman • Hoot • Koopa the Quick • Lakitu Bros. • Luigi • Mario • MIPS* • Mother Penguin • Princess Peach • Rabbits • Toads • Tuxie • Wario • Yoshi
BossesBig Bob-omb • Big Boo • Big Bully • Big Mr. I • Bowser • Chief Chilly • Chill Bully • Eyerok • Goomboss • King Boo • Whomp King • Wiggler
Items1-Up Mushroom • Blue Coin • Jumbo Star • Key • Luigi Key • Luigi's Cap • Mario Key • Mario's Cap • Metal Cap* • Mushroom • Power Flower • Power Star • Red Coin • Secret • Silver Star • Vanish Cap* • Wario Key • Wario's Cap • Wing Cap/Wings • Yellow Coin
Objects! Block • ! Switch* • ? Block • ? Switch • ★ door • Arrow Lift • Big Star Door • Block • Blue Coin Block • Bubble ring • Cannon • Conveyor Belt • Crate • Crazed Crate • Crystal Tap • Donut Block • Floating Mine • Ice Block • Key Door • Koopa Shell • Lift • Magic carpet • Painting • Pole • Purple Switch • Seesaw • Spinning Heart • Star Marker • Star Switch • Stump • Treasure chest • Wire nets • Work Elevator
EnemiesAmp • Beach Koopa • Big Goomba • Bob-omb • Boo • Bookend • Bub • Bubba • Bubble • Bullet Bill • Bully • Butterfly • Chain Chomp • Chair • Chuckya • Clam • Fly Guy • Fwoosh • Goomba • Goombette • Grindel • Heave-Ho • Klepto • Keronpa Ball • Koopa Troopa • Lakitu • Mad Piano • Manta • Money Bags • Monty Mole • Moving Bar • Mr. Blizzard • Mr. I • Piranha Flower • Piranha Plant • Pokey • Scuttle Bug • Skeeter • Small Piranha • Snufit • Spindel • Spindrift • Spiny • Spiny Egg • Sushi • Swoop • Thwomp • Tox Box • Ukkiki • Unagi • Whomp
ObstaclesBoulder • Current • Flame thrower • Freezing water • Iron Ball • Lava • Quicksand • Slide Box • Toxic cloud • Turtle Cannon • Water Bomb • Whirlpool
LocationsBattle Fort • Behind the Waterfall • Big Boo Battle • Big Boo's Haunt • Bob-omb Battlefield • Bowser in the Dark World • Bowser in the Fire Sea • Bowser in the Sky • Castle Grounds • Chief Chilly Challenge • Cool, Cool Mountain • Courtyard • Dire, Dire Docks • Endless stairs • Goomboss Battle • Hazy Maze Cave • Jolly Roger Bay • Lethal Lava Land • Mushroom Castle • Over the Rainbows • Rainbow Ride • Rec Room • Shifting Sand Land • Sunshine Isles • Snowman's Land • Tall, Tall Mountain • Tick Tock Clock • Tiny-Huge Island • Tower of the Wing Cap • The Princess's Secret Slide • The Secret Aquarium • The Secret Under the Moat • Wet-Dry World • Whomp's Fortress
MovesBackward Somersault • Crawl • Crouch • Dash • Dive • Double Jump • Flutter Jump • Ground Pound • Long Jump • Jump • Kick • Punch • Scuttle • Side Somersault • Slide • Slide Kick • Sweep Kick • Triple Jump • Wall Jump
Minigames†LuigiLucky Stars • Mario Slot • Memory Master • Memory Match • Mushroom Roulette • Pair-a-Gone • Pair-a-Gone and On • Picture Poker • Super Mario Slot
MarioBounce and Pounce • Bounce and Trounce • Connect the Characters • Mario's Slides • Shell Smash • Shuffle Shell • Sort or 'Splode • Trampoline Terror • Trampoline Time
WarioBingo Ball • Bob-omb Squad • Coincentration • Giant Snowball Slalom • Intense Coincentration • Lakitu Launch • Psyche Out! • Slots Shot • Snowball Slalom
YoshiBoom Box • Hide and Boo Seek • Loves Me...? • Mix-a-Mug • Puzzle Panel • Puzzle Panic • Tox Box Shuffle • Wanted! • Which Wiggler?
Further infoGlitches (DS) • Image gallery (DS) • Media • Original soundtrack • Pre-release and unused content (DS) • Quotes • Staff
* Exclusive to Super Mario 64. † Exclusive to Super Mario 64 DS.

Sushi Striker The Way Of Sushido

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