2 who doesn't use her magic wand in combat even though she has it in her hand; instead, she whistles to summon Cheep Cheep like a Chargin' Chuck. Before battling Mario, she gets surprised, then spins around happily in her figure skates to get ready for battle.
In her boss battle, she skates around the arena, shooting out two golden rings that ricochet off of walls and can knock down the icicles at the ceiling of the airship. After she is jumped on twice, she will shoot out three rings instead. Wendy is seen in the ending along with the rest of the Koopalings, although they end up escaping by hanging onto Bowser's tail after the latter inadvertently destroyed Bowser Jr's (already damaged) ship.
In the castle battle, Wendy attacks in a similar manner to her tower battle, but at the beginning of the battle, Kamek causes the room Wendy is fought in to flood periodically.
The flood prevents the player(s) from jumping on her due to not enough pressure from the jump, so instead, the player(s) will have to evade all the rebounding rings and of course Wendy herself and wait for the flood to drain away; only then is when she is vulnerable (though fireballs could attack her during the flood).
The flood not only slows the movement of the player(s), but also that of Wendy and her rings.
When Wendy is defeated, she falls off-screen and Mario gets the key to World 5.
Her airship is like the other Koopalings', with her face on the front, but her ship has the addition of skids on the bottom matching the ice skates she wears in battle.
Oddly, for some strange reason, when Wendy enters her shell after being being stomped on, the spinning sound will not start until after she begins to move her shell. Wendy, as well as her siblings are featured in the Super Mario anime series, a set of three Japanese OVAs.
Wendy steals the magic wand of Water Land's king and changes him into a Spike or a Dino Rhino, depending on the version of the game.that act as leaders of the Koopa Troop under Bowser (originally considered his children).She is the only female of the group and was named after famous musician Wendy O.Wendy and the rest of the Koopalings appear as bosses in New Super Mario Bros. She appears to be the only one of the seven original Koopalings who has not gone through any major design changes for the game. In the game's intro, Wendy, the other Koopalings, and Bowser Jr.capture Princess Peach at her birthday party with a giant cake.Mario survives its defenses and eventually reaches Wendy's castle.