Amazy Dayzee

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Amazy Dayzee
Amazee Dayzee.PNG
First Appearance Paper Mario (2000)
Latest Appearance Super Paper Mario (2007)
Parent Species Crazy Dayzee
Related Species
Dark Dayzee
Bubble Dayzee

Amazy Dayzees are a sparkling, golden, extremely rare variant of Crazee Dayzees found only in the Paper Mario series. In Paper Mario, they can be seen outside of battle and are fought alone only in Flower Fields. In Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, however, they appear randomly with other enemies in battle.

History[edit]

Paper Mario[edit]

These shiny Dayzees are first found in Paper Mario. They are first mentioned by Russ T., who is interested in these mysterious Dayzees. He advises Mario to try to put them to sleep if he is lucky enough to run into one, as they raise Star Points higher than any other enemy in the game. Two Amazy Dayzees also make a cameo appearance leading the "Mer-" family float, during the parade at the ending of the game; this is the only time where more than one Amazy Dayzee is on the screen at the same time in the whole game, and the first of only two in the entire Paper Mario series.

Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door[edit]

In Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, Amazy Dayzees can be found in two locations: Twilight Trail and the Pit of 100 Trials, occasionally in levels 92, 93, 94, 96, 97, and 98. Statistically, they have the highest attack power of any enemy in the entire game, dealing a massive 20 damage to both Mario and his partner, as well as putting them both to sleep. In Twilight Trail, they are always found in the company of two Crazee Dayzees or Hyper Clefts. Amazy Dayzees have a high chance of fleeing on the first turn of battle.

If Mario manages to defeat an Amazy Dayzee, he can earn a very high number of Star Points, up to 70, depending on how high his level currently is. In the Pit of 100 Trials, Amazy Dayzees are commonly found in the presence of Bob-ulks, but are never found on their own. In Twilight Trail, only one Amazy Dayzee can be found at a time, but up to two Amazy Dayzees can be found at once in the Pit of 100 Trials. Special Moves such as Art Attack and Supernova, along with an Ultra Ranked partner, can make them easier to defeat if the player is quick enough.

Super Paper Mario[edit]

Amazy Dayzees appear once again in Super Paper Mario. In Chapter 8-2, Mimi asks Mario, Luigi and Peach several questions on which enemies frighten them the most. An Amazy Dayzee can be chosen as an answer. If chosen, it will later be found as one of the several traps set up by Mimi. They are very fast and can flip between dimensions at any moment they wish to. They also are naturally found in Chapter 5-2 if Mario flips to 3-D in the area with a Yoshi statue, and can be seen inside the Flipside Pit of 100 Trials in Room 58 (where, if the Amazy Dayzee happens to be the enemy containing the key, the player may likely run out of time trying to catch it). They also occasionally drop Golden Leaves or a Dayzee Tear. Also, if its musical note is touched, it will cost the hero 10 HP, and he/she will fall asleep.

This is the only game where Amazy Dayzees do not have any defense.

Amazy Dayzee cards can be sold for 300 coins, but they can be easily captured or bought for 500 Tokens in Flipside Arcade.

Related species and enemies[edit]

Profiles and statistics[edit]

Paper Mario Enemy
Amazy Dayzee
Amazy dayzee.png Max HP 20 Attack 20 Defense 1 Type Ground
Level Strong None Weak None Moves Painful Song (20, Sleep - Poor, 3)
Sleep? Poor, 2 Dizzy? Poor, 2 Shock? Poor, 2 Shrink? Poor, 3
Stop? Poor, 2(3) Fright? Good Air Lift? Good Hurricane? Good
Coins 10 Items Honey Syrup, Maple Syrup, Jammin' Jelly Run 6 Location(s) Flower Fields
Tattle This is an Amazy Dayzee. Amazy Dayzees are so rare that they're also called the Legendary Crazee Dayzees. These guys almost always flee at their first chance. It would be nice to beat one, but be careful! Their attacks pack a powerful punch!
Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door Enemy
Amazy Dayzee
Amazee Dayzee.PNG Max HP 20 Attack 20 Defense 1 Location(s) Twilight Trail, Pit of 100 Trials (Floors 92, 93, 94, 96, 97, 98 (occasionally, among other enemies))
Sleep? 50% Dizzy? 10% Confuse? 30% Tiny? 10%
Stop? 10% Soft? 10% Burn? 100% Freeze? 10%
Fright? 100% Gale Force? 60% KO? 10% Moves Lullaby (20; Sleep; Piercing), Flee (Runs from Battle)
Level 100 Exp. points 0 Coins 5 - 10 Items Ultra Shroom, Shooting Star
Bestiary
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Log A mystical Dayzee that's almost never seen. Since it has such a high amount of HP, and because it's so quick to run away, this creature is almost impossible to beat.
Tattle That's an Amazy Dayzee. This mystical Dayzee is like, the rarest thing ever. Max HP is 20, Attack is 20, and Defense is 1. Since it has such high HP and runs away really quickly, it's almost impossible to beat. Plus, its lullaby has massive Attack power, so if we're low on HP, we need to scram. You gotta think hard about whether to fight or bolt.
Super Paper Mario Enemy
Amazy Dayzee
61 AmazyDayzeeCard.png Max HP 30 Attack 10 Defense 0 Location(s) Gap of Crag, Flipside Pit of 100 Trials, Castle Bleck
Score 3000 Items Dayzee Tear, Golden Leaf Card Type Rare Card Location(s) Card Shop; Catch Card/SP; Prize in Flipside Arcade for 500 Flipside Tokens
Card Description This bashful bloom will run off if you get too close. What makes it so Amazy anyway? It seems like more of a wallflower.
  List of Catch Cards  
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Tattle That's an Amazy Dayzee. They're very rare and elusive creatures... Max HP is 30 and Attack is 10. They are rarely seen. When they are spotted, they tend to run away quickly... Their songs are also very potent. Many consider them very challenging to hunt...

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese きらめくパンジーさん
Kirameku Panjī-San
Mr./Ms. Glittering Pansy
Spanish Margamola Pun of Margarita (Daisy) and the verb "Molar" (To be cool)
French Fuper Daisy From super and Barjo Daisy (Crazy Dayzee)
German Susel Wusel, pronounced "Soosel Woosel" Pun on "Wuseln" (scurrying)
Italian Margherita Daisy (it's also a female given name)