- Name: Brobot
- Seats: 1
- HP: 255
- Defense Power: 3
- Collision Power: 2
- Strength: 7
- Weight: 7
- Unique: Able to travel through the vacuum of space.
- Flying: Yes
- AI: None
- Destruction: Damage: 40, Target: Driver, The driver will also take Long Fall damage where appropriate
- Green Laser~ Attack: 2, Target: One
"Fires a laser beam at the target. It's green, of course."
- Nose Missile~ Attack: 4, Target: One
"Fires a missile from its nose. It's green, but not quite a Green Missile..."
- Poltergulp~ Attack: 3, Target: All, Cooldown: 2, Damage isn't Wind-type but those immune to Wind won't be sucked in
"Opens its metal mouth, inhales the foes, chews them up, and spits them out."
- Laser Vision~ Attack: 3, Target: All, Cooldown: 2
"Emits a continuous green laser beam from its eyes and sweeps the battlefield, zapping all foes."
- Mini-Missile Massacre~ Attack: 2, Hits: 5, Target: One to Five, Cooldown: 2
"Fires five small missiles from its hat in a quick barrage, hitting one to five opponents in the same turn."
- Earth --
- Ice --
- Water --
- Wind --
- Fire -2
- Thunder --
- Poison --
- Plant --
Mr. L's "robotic brother," a spaceship that he pilots to create the chapter boss of 4-4. Chapter 4 of Super Paper Mario partially turned into a scrolling shooter, giving Team Mario a squiddly alien named Squirps who could shoot energy blasts as they swam through space wearing a fishbowl for a helmet. During the Brobot fight, there were even random power-ups that would boost attack, defense, speed, whatever. This let them cut through the Brobot's 255 HP rather quickly. In Arpeggio, I would suggest instead giving the players their own vehicle of comparable stats, turning the battle into a competition to see which side can blow up the other's vehicle first.