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This page lists minor characters in the Bubble Bobble series who do not have a notable enough role to receive their own pages.

Final Bubble Bobble[]

Priest[]

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The name used in this article is conjectural.

The Priest is a character appearing in Final Bubble Bobble. He only appears in the good ending of the first playthrough of the game.

The Priest officiates the wedding between Betty, Patty, and Super Drunk's sons at the bottom of the Cave of Monsters before it is interrupted by Bub and Bob.

Though the priest appears to be a human, his exact species is not confirmed, and given his affiliation with Super Drunk it is possible he is intended to be a Drunk or some other humanoid variety of monster.

Rainbow Islands[]

Sally[]

Sally (さりい Sarī?) is a character appearing in the Nintendo Entertainment System version of Rainbow Islands. She is a young girl who lives on the Rainbow Islands and was rescued by Bubby on Combat Island.

Sally is only encountered if the player collects the seven Diamonds before defeating Super Heli-Boh. After its defeat, she gives Bubby one of the seven Big Diamonds, and then requests that he rescue her grandfather, who was kidnapped by the Boss of Shadow. At the end of the game, if Bubby chooses to wish for "friendship", she is shown happily reuniting with her grandfather.

Knight[]

The Knight (せんし Senshi?) is a character appearing in the Nintendo Entertainment System version of Rainbow Islands. He is a knight who set out to defeat the Boss of Shadow and rescue the villagers of the Rainbow Islands, but was captured by the monsters until he was rescued by Bubby on Doh's Island.

The Knight is is only encountered if the player collects the seven Diamonds before defeating Doh. He gives Bubby one of the Big Diamonds, stating that he believes Bubby can make it through to the end of his quest, and gives him a hint about the Boss of Shadow's true identity.

Grandpa[]

Grandpa (おじいさん Ojīsan?) is a character appearing in the Nintendo Entertainment System version of Rainbow Islands. He is Sally's grandfather, who was kidnapped by the Boss of Shadow and transformed into a Bubble Dragon, being kept on Bubble Island alongside numerous other transformed villagers.

He appears if Bubby chooses to wish for "friendship" during the game's ending sequence. He and the other villagers flee the sinking remains of Bubble Island after the Boss of Shadow's defeat, making it to shore where he happily reunites with his granddaughter.

Anchor[]

The Anchor, known as the Caster (きゃすたー Kyasutā?) in Japanese, is a character appearing in the Nintendo Entertainment System version of Rainbow Islands. He is a newscaster who hosts the MHK 7 O'Clock News (MHK7じのにゅーず Emu Eichi Kei Shichi-ji no Nyūzu?).

The Anchor only appears in the ending of the game if Bubby chooses to wish for a "cute girlfriend" or "fame", announcing either Bubby's engagement to Cutey Cutey or his election as president.

The show he hosts is a parody of the Japanese news program NHK News 7. The English version of the game omits this reference, simply replacing the show's name with text reading "The News".

Cutey Cutey[]

Cutey Cutey, known as Hoko-san (ほーこさん Hōko-san?) in Japanese, is a character appearing in the Nintendo Entertainment System version of Rainbow Islands. She is a famous singer.

In the game's ending, if Bubby chooses to wish for a "cute girlfriend", he becomes engaged to Cutey Cutey, with the MHK 7 O'Clock News reporting on it.

President[]

The President, as his title indicates, is the president of the Rainbow Islands. He appears in the Game Boy Color version of Rainbow Islands.

In the game's opening, he appears having been kidnapped by King Fossil and taken to outer space, but is rescued by Bubby and Bobby via the use of their Magic Parasols. He informs the brothers that the monsters have returned to the Rainbow Islands, prompting the duo to set out to save the archipelago once again.

Bubble Bobble Junior[]

Magical Knight[]

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The name used in this article is conjectural.

The Magical Knight is a character appearing in Bubble Bobble Junior. He is a creature who bears a resemblance to Chack'n clad in a warrior's helmet and wielding a sword and shield.

He aids Robby on his quest to defeat Great Skel, providing him with the keys necessary to unlock the doors to the demon king's castle. In the true ending of the game, he transforms Robby back into his human form.

Puzzle Bobble 2[]

Drajo[]

Drajo is an unseen character that is mentioned in Puzzle Bobble 2. Her coffin is seen inside of the mansion in Rastan's Forest, appearing in the game's Player vs. Computer mode prior to the match with Drabo. Judging from her name and the female symbol on her coffin, it is presumed she is a female counterpart of Drabo, and is likely a vampire like him.

Puzzle Bobble 4[]

Alkanet's lady-in-waiting[]

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The name used in this article is conjectural.

Alkanet's lady-in-waiting is the attendant to Alkanet, princess of the planet Freeze. She appears in Alkanet's ending in the game's Player vs. Computer mode, congratulating her on her accomplishing bringing light back to Rainbow World after it was stolen by Cleon on behalf of Madame Luna.

Nereido[]

Nereido (ネレイドー Nereidō?) is the queen of the planet Wavy. She is the mother of Marino, and is referenced in his character profile in the manual for Puzzle Bobble 4, but is never seen directly.

In the English manual, her name is mistranslated as Queen Naleto.

Tam Tam's worshippers[]

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The name used in this article is conjectural.

Tam Tam's worshippers are two small, young-looking citizens of the planet Navajo who worship its guardian deity, Tam Tam. They are seen at his sides during gameplay, worshipping a stone idol of him in his place when he is not on screen. They are dressed in garb resembling that of various tribes of Native Americans, fitting the theme of planet Navajo.

They first appear in Puzzle Bobble 4, and appear again in Bust-A-Move Millennium, serving the same role.

G's wife[]

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The name used in this article is conjectural.

G's wife is an elderly citizen of the planet Ordeaux and the wife of G. She appears in G's ending in Player vs. Computer mode, remarking on how well the laundry dries after the sun's light returns to Rainbow World.

Pop'n Pop[]

Zuzu[]

Zuzu ( Zuzu?) is a recurring boss in Taito's KiKi KaiKai series of games, first appearing in the original KiKi KaiKai. He is a bean-throwing yōkai known as an azukiarai. He makes a small cameo in Pop'n Pop in some of Sayo-chan and Miki-chan's animations, as well as an appearance in Furu Furu Park as the boss of the KiKi KaiKai minigame.

Etymology[]

Zuzu's name literally translates to "bean head".

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Raidenou[]

Raidenou (らいでんおう Raidenō?) is a recurring boss in Taito's KiKi KaiKai series of games, first appearing in the original KiKi KaiKai. He is a yōkai who is able to conjure storms. He makes a small cameo in Pop'n Pop in some of Sayo-chan and Miki-chan's animations.

Raidenou is based off of the Japanese god of storms, Raijin.

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Hotei[]

Hotei (てい Hotei?) is a recurring character in Taito's KiKi KaiKai series of games, first appearing in the original KiKi KaiKai. He is a member of the Seven Lucky Gods, and the god of fortune.

Hotei makes a cameo appearance in Pop'n Pop during some of Sayo-chan and Miki-chan's animations.

Hotei is based off of the divine being of the same name from Japanese folklore.

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Frozen Whale[]

The Frozen Whale (れいとうクジラ Reitō Kuria?) is the first boss of The NewZealand Story. It makes a cameo on the world map in Pop'n Pop.

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Pelican[]

The Pelican (ペリカン Perikan?) is a character originating from the Taito-developed arcade title Liquid Kids. It makes a cameo appearance in Pop'n Pop in some of Hipopo and Tamasun's animations.

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Sexy Dynamite[]

Sexy Dynamite (セクシーダイナマイト Sekushī Dainamaito?) is an enemy appearing in the Taito-developed arcade title Liquid Kids. It is a minion of Fire Satan that resembles a cartoon bomb with arms and prominent lips. It makes a cameo appearance in Pop'n Pop in some of Hipopo and Tamasun's animations.

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Bust-A-Move (iOS)[]

Chack'n's father[]

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The name used in this article is conjectural.

Chack'n's father is a character appearing in Bust-A-Move for iOS. He is the father of Chack'n and his siblings. He resembles his son, albeit with a mustache and prominent bushy eyebrows. He, along with the other members of his family with the exception of Chack'n, were sucked inside of the Magic Domes inside of Bub's house, causing Bub and Chack'n to set out to rescue them.

Chack'n's mother[]

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The name used in this article is conjectural.

Chack'n's mother is a character appearing in Bust-A-Move for iOS. She is the mother of Chack'n and his siblings. She resembles her son, albeit with prominent eyelashes and a red headband. She, along with the other members of her family with the exception of Chack'n, were sucked inside of the Magic Domes inside of Bub's house, causing Bub and Chack'n to set out to rescue them.

Chack'n's sister[]

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The name used in this article is conjectural.

Chack'n's sister is a character appearing in Bust-A-Move for iOS. She is the sister of Chack'n. She resembles her brother, albeit with prominent eyelashes and wearing a pink bow with white polka-dots on it. She, along with the other members of her family with the exception of Chack'n, were sucked inside of the Magic Domes inside of Bub's house, causing Bub and Chack'n to set out to rescue them.

Chack'n's first brother[]

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The name used in this article is conjectural.

Chack'n's first brother is a character appearing in Bust-A-Move for iOS. He is one of Chack'n's brothers, and resembles him greatly, with the only major differences being his smaller size and round eyeglasses. He, along with the other members of her family with the exception of Chack'n, were sucked inside of the Magic Domes inside of Bub's house, causing Bub and Chack'n to set out to rescue them.

Chack'n's second brother[]

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The name used in this article is conjectural.

Chack'n's second brother is a character appearing in Bust-A-Move for iOS. He is one of Chack'n's brothers, and resembles him greatly, with the only major differences being his smaller size, the blue baseball cap he wears, and his prominent eyebrows which give him an angry or determined expression. He, along with the other members of her family with the exception of Chack'n, were sucked inside of the Magic Domes inside of Bub's house, causing Bub and Chack'n to set out to rescue them.

Chack'n's baby brother[]

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The name used in this article is conjectural.

Chack'n's baby brother is a character appearing in Bust-A-Move for iOS. He the infant brother of Chack'n, and resembles him greatly, though appearing much smaller in size and carrying a pacifier in his mouth. He, along with the other members of her family with the exception of Chack'n, were sucked inside of the Magic Domes inside of Bub's house, causing Bub and Chack'n to set out to rescue them.

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