Part of Bowser’s Fury guides
As you traverse through the different islands in Bowser’s Fury, Bowser himself will appear and make things harder for you.
Fury Bowser doesn’t appear to emerge on a set timer. Instead, he’ll appear somewhat randomly. Based on our experience, we noticed him return as soon as six minutes, while other times he took as long as 12 minutes to come back.
You can track how soon he’ll appear by looking toward the center of the map. The closer he is to appearing, the higher his shell will rise higher out of the water. When he’s seconds away from showing up, it will start raining, so you should prepare to dodge his attacks.
Once he’s appeared, he’ll stick around for a few minutes, unless you use the Giga Cat Bell to fight him or collect a Cat Shine. We’ve noticed that he does leave faster if you’re in a place where he can’t blast you, such as Slipskate Slope or Clawsipe Colosseum.
Bowser’s Fury guides
- Beginner’s guides 3
- Three ways to get rid of Fury Bowser
- How to break Bowser Fury blocks
- The best islands to farm power-ups (Boomerang Flower, Fire Flower, Super Bell, and Super Leaf)
- Cat Shine Shard guides, maps, and locations 12
- Scamper Shores Cat Shine Shards
- Fort Flaptrap Cat Shine Shards
- Pounce Bounce Isle Cat Shine Shards
- Slipskate Slope Cat Shine Shards
- Clawswipe Colosseum Cat Shine Shards
- Trickity Tower Cat Shine Shards
- Crisp Climb Castle Cat Shine Shards
- Risky Whisker Island Cat Shine Shards
- Pipe Path Tower Cat Shine Shards
- Mount Magmeow Cat Shine Shards
- Rolling Roller Isle Cat Shine Shards
- Fur Step Island Cat Shine Shards
- Endgame content 1
- Find Captain Toad and the Toad Brigade