A Mogle is an enemy in Marvel Land. They are mole like enemies that come in varieties.
Jet Mogle[edit | edit source]
There are two different varieties of these hang-gliding moles: the first ones appear on Worlds 1-1, 1-2, 1-3, 2-1, 2-3, 2-4, 3-2, 3-3 and 4-1 and drop their spears on Paco as he passes under them, while the second ones only appear on Worlds 1-3, 2-3 and 3-3; neither of them can be killed by jumping upon them, but they can be ridden in a manner similar to that of the ghosts' aeroplanes from Pac-Land and the Albatosses from the American Super Mario Bros. 2. Both types are worth 300 points when killed by clone - but some areas require you to ride on them.
Yari Mogle[edit | edit source]
These spear-wielding moles appear on Worlds 1-1, 1-2, 1-4, 2-1, 2-2, 2-4, 2-5, 3-2, 3-4, and 4-3, and also have a habit of hiding out in treasure chests (the ones they're inside jump around when approached, before they eventually burst out of their own accord); they are worth 100 points
Captain Mogle[edit | edit source]
These Hook-like moles appear on Worlds 1-1, 2-2 and 3-2, and attack by throwing their three-cornered hats at Paco when he approaches them (which will return to them, like boomerangs); their hats cannot be destroyed by jumping on them, but if Paco has any clones behind him, he can just use them to destroy their hats, and cause them to walk around aimlessly without them. They take two hits to kill, and are worth 1000 points.
Heavy Metal Mogle[edit | edit source]
These punk moles appear on Worlds 1-2, 2-1, 2-5 and 3-1, and attack by firing six bolts of lightning from their guitars at Paco as he approaches them, before walking to the right, and firing six more bolts of lightning in the opposite direction, then walking back to the left; they are 700 points.
Bakudan Mogle[edit | edit source]
These piratical moles, whose patches are over their left eyes, appear on Worlds 1-4, 2-5, 3-1, 3-2, 4-1, 4-2, and 4-3, and attack by reaching into their sacks to throw bombs at Paco as he approaches them; if Paco has any clones behind him, he can use them to destroy these bombs, but it appears that they have unlimited supply of bombs, and will continue to throw them at Paco, until he manages to kill them. Much like the Captain Mogles, they take two hits to kill, and are worth 1000 points - and they can often be found upon platforms which cannot be reached with a jump.
UFO Mogle[edit | edit source]
These extraterrestrial moles appear upon Worlds 2-1, 2-2, 3-1, and 4-1, and like the Jet Mogles and Flying Kujira, cannot be killed by jumping on them; however, they can be ridden in a manner similar to that of Sue from Pac-Land (who later appeared in Pac-Mania), and the Pidgits from the American Super Mario Bros. 2. They are worth 700 points when killed by a clone - but some areas again require you to jump up and ride on top of them.
Ballet Dancer Mogle[edit | edit source]
These feminine-looking moles appear on Worlds 2-1 and 3-1, and attack by twirling towards Paco and jumping up into the air as he approaches them; as with the Pierrots, they stick their right legs out as they jump into the air in an attempt to jump-kick Paco, and they are worth 300 points.
Pyon Mogle[edit | edit source]
These athletic moles appear on Worlds 2-2 and 2-4, and will attack by jumping into the air in an attempt to land on Paco as he approaches them much like the Bakufu Trumps; they're worth 300 points, and it is worth noting that pyon (written in Katakana as ピョン) is the Japanese for "skip".
Mecha-Mogle[edit | edit source]
These Transformer-like robotic moles appear on Worlds 2-2 and 3-1, attack by opening up at their front panels to release groups of Mini Mogles (see the section below) at regular intervals while firing lasers from their noses, and take three hits to kill; they can't be killed by jumping on them, but can be ridden much like the Tanks (which are driven by the aforementioned Mini-Mogles). They're worth 3000 points when killed by a clone.
Mini-Mogle[edit | edit source]
Outside of the Katatsumuri, Jidousha and Tanks, these miniaturized moles appear upon Worlds 2-2 and 3-1, and attack by simply walking towards Paco; they are worth 100 points, but despite their sizes, they can still kill Paco if they walk into him (this may happen when there are a lot of them).