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The '''Nyororo''' (ニョロロ){{fileref|SonicLabyrinth GG JP manual.pdf|page=31}} is an enemy that appears in ''[[Sonic Labyrinth]]'', encountered in the [[Labyrinth of the Castle]].
  
The '''Nyororo''' is an enemy that appears in ''[[Sonic Labyrinth]]'', they are snake bots that slither slowly along the ground, but strike with the quickness as soon as Sonic crosses their path.  
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They are snake bots that have a black and red stripe pattern on their bodies, and a silver horn protruding from their noses. They slither slowly along the ground, but strike with quickness as soon as [[Sonic the Hedgehog|Sonic]] crosses their path. Like all [[Badnik]]s, Sonic simply has to roll into them with a [[Spin Dash]] to take them out before they get him.
  
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Their name is derived from "nyoro-nyoro", which is the Japanese onomatopoeia meaning to "slither".
Nyoro-nyoro is the Japanese word for slither.
 
  
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Latest revision as of 13:15, 25 July 2019

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Nyororo
Game: Sonic Labyrinth
Affiliation: Eggman Empire
Hits to defeat: 1

The Nyororo (ニョロロ)Media:SonicLabyrinth GG JP manual.pdf[1] is an enemy that appears in Sonic Labyrinth, encountered in the Labyrinth of the Castle.

They are snake bots that have a black and red stripe pattern on their bodies, and a silver horn protruding from their noses. They slither slowly along the ground, but strike with quickness as soon as Sonic crosses their path. Like all Badniks, Sonic simply has to roll into them with a Spin Dash to take them out before they get him.

Their name is derived from "nyoro-nyoro", which is the Japanese onomatopoeia meaning to "slither".

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