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Army Hammer Bro is the secondary antagonist of the DS game Super Princess Peach. He is a high-ranking member of the Koopa Troop, and leads the percent made of Hammer Bros.
He is notable for being the only Hammer Bro known to possess horns sticking out of his helmet, and he wears a black helmet, shell, and boots.
Role in the game
He is first seen in the game's opening, where he is revealed to be the one who find the Vibe Scepter, and Bowser sends him out to cause anarchy in the Mushroom Kingdom. Taking several of his Hammer Bros. along, as well as a rather vital Goomba, Army Hammer Bro sets off to fulfill his orders. In the end, he and his troops manage to do just what they are commanded to: not only did they kidnap several Toads, they also manage to take both Mario and Luigi themselves off to Bowser's Villa.
Army Hammer Bro isn't seen until the final stage of the game. As Princess Peach walks up to Bowser, she sees Army Hammer Bro in front of him. He sarcastically rants about Princess Peach's courage, angering the princess and her umbrella. Then, Bowser uses the Vibe Scepter to power him up with Rage, and he battles Princess Peach.
In Battle, Army Hammer Bro is not much different than his brethren, but he does throw slightly bigger hammers and can endure more hits and can summon his Hammer Bro underlings to assist him. To defeat him, all that Peach must do is whichever of this strategies five times:
- Whack him with Perry (but when Army Hammer Bro roars, Princess Peach can't hurt him, and hitting him with Perry only stuns her for a brief moment).
- Jump on his head.
- Approach him with the Rage or Joy Vibes.
Then, Army Hammer Bro disappears for good and Peach will move on to fighting Bowser himself.
- Army Hammer Bro is notably the only boss in the game to use his vibe right at the beginning of the fight rather than just after taking damage three times; additionally, he can use that vibe as many times as he wants (indicated by his roar).