Beanie

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This article is about the enemies from the Mario & Luigi series. For information about the enemies from Yoshi's New Island, see here.
Superstar Saga Enemy
Beanie
Beanie.png
Location(s) Hoohoo Mountain, Beanbean Outskirts, Beanbean Castle, Chucklehuck Woods
Level 5
HP 6
Defense 20
Speed 18
Fire Critical
Thunder Normal
Stun? 30%
Burn? 60%
Stat Down? 100%
Experience 4*
Coins 2 (1)*
Item 1 Drop Woo Bean, 25.81%
Item 2 Drop Woo Bean, 32.26%
(Mushroom, 100%)
Notice
 
What is gained upon winning the battle (denoted with *) can be changed by Badges or Equipment from E. Gadd.
Stats in parentheses are from the Japanese version (if they differ from the original American and European stats).
Stats in gray are those found in the game's coding and are not available during "normal" gameplay.

A Beanie is an enemy that appears in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga. It appears as a large, green bean with feet and a face, and seems to be the "Goomba" of the Beanbean Kingdom. The Parabeanie is a subspecies of Beanie, and both are fairly common in the overworld.

Beanies attack Mario or Luigi by simply ramming into them. They will sometimes trip before ramming, and the Mario Brothers must not jump when they trip onto the floor. The type of ram can be determined by the Beanie's proximity to the target brother; if they are far away from the bro, they will trip. Defeating Beanies may cause them to drop Woo Beans. Pestnuts are in this game as costumes later.

It is possible to find a golden variety in Chucklehuck Woods and Oho Ocean by cracking the Pestnuts found there. Beanies also spawn if the Bros. stomp one of Queen Bean's rolling beans during the boss fight with her.

In Mario & Luigi: Dream Team, Beanies appear during a battle with a Gold Beanie.

Sub-species[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese マメボー
mamebō
Bean people, from 「豆」 mame (bean); it parallels Goomba's name in Japan, kuribō, meaning "chestnut people".
Spanish Guisantón Pun on guisante (pea)
French Goompwa Pun on "Goomba" and pois, the French word for "pea".
German Beanie From English "bean"
Italian Fagiolotto Little bean
Korean 콩바
Kongba
From 콩 (kong/bean) and Goomba.

Trivia[edit]

  • Their name most likely comes from a saying, "meanie beanie", due to their mean expression and their appearance.