Beehoss

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A Beehoss is a walking honeycomb enemy that appears in the Mario & Luigi series.

Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story[edit]

Bowser's Inside Story Enemy
Beehoss
Beehoss.gif
Location(s) Blubble Lake
HP 200
Power 120
Defense 90
Speed 25
Experience 150
Coins 40
Items Syrup
Gear None
Related None
A Beehoss and its Bees.
Behosses appear in Blubble Lake during the events of Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story. They can give each other honey to recover their health and the health of allies. Bowser is capable of inhaling their honeycombs which restores 40 HP.

Beehosses can typically unleash bees at Bowser to attack, and Bowser can hide in his shell to avoid them. However, if he goes in too early, the bee will notice and stop until Bowser comes back out. If the bee hits Bowser's shell and gets knocked out of the battle, Bowser can quickly punch the bee towards the Beehoss responsible for unleashing the bee. Mario and Luigi also fight Beehosses when they're able to get out of Bowser's body. They act nearly the same way they do with Bowser, except the bees tilt their stingers to the brother they're going to attack and slowly fly towards them, while Mario and Luigi have to jump over them. Additionally, Bowser can still suck in their pollen, however, Mario and Luigi cannot.

Mario & Luigi: Dream Team[edit]

Dream Team Enemy
Beehoss
Beehoosdreamteam.png
Location(s) Somnom Woods
Level 27
HP 123
Power 158
Defense 133
Speed 138
Experience 280
Coins 60
Coin Rate 100%
Item Drop(s) Ultrasyrup Jar (3%)
Rare Drop(s) None
Related

Beehosses return once again as enemies in Mario & Luigi: Dream Team, now with spikes on their head, red eyes and a darker colour. In the field, they unleash a bee upon sighting Mario and Luigi, which chases them, stopping after going a certain distance away from the Beehoss who let it out. If the bee is touched, a battle with the Beehoss who let it out will start. The bee will disappear after a period of time.

In battle, they attack using a default group of nine bees, somewhat similar to their behaviour in Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story. If a Beehoss runs out of bees due to them all being defeated, the Beehoss will run away. As Beehosses, unlike the previous game, count as spiked enemies this time around, they thus cannot be jumped on. Beehosses are weak to and thus take critical damage against Luigi's Fire Flower Bros. Attack.

After being attacked while it has bees in its hive, it will send them out towards the attacker, sometimes the group coming at Mario or Luigi at a harder to jump over upward angle that hits them if they just idle. If a Beehoss has no bees in its hive due to them not coming back after attacking, it may take a turn to have the bees return to its hive.

A Beehoss may attack by sending out a swarm at Mario or Luigi, which must be jumped over. If any bee is counter-attacked and defeated, the remaining bees will come back and attack the Bro. who counter-attacked the bee(s), which cannot be avoided. The bees will then either head into the background, forming an M or L formation several times. The fewer bees there are remaining, the less obvious the targeted Bro. is. The bees will fly back down into the midst of battle from the top-right corner, which must be avoided by jumping over them with perfect timing.

Beehosses can also send out two groups of bees at once, one in line with Mario, and one in line with Luigi (though in the case there is only one bee left, only one Bro. is targeted). One group will move at the Bro. it's in line with first, shortly followed by the other group, requiring the Bros. to jump when the group in front of them moves towards them.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ビーハウス
Bīhausu
Bee House
Spanish (NOA) Zumbarbol Pun of Zumbar (The bee's noises Spanish name) and Árbol (tree).
Spanish (NOE) Abejotello (Bowser's Inside Story)
Colmenrama (Dream Team Bros.)
From abeja, which means bee
From colmena (beehive) and rama (branch)
French (NOA) Bizzarbre From bizarre and arbre (tree).
French (NOE) Mobiruche (Bowser's Inside Story)
Horruche (Dream Team Bros.)
From on mobile (movable) and ruche (hive).
From horreur (horror) and ruche (hive).
German Wabling from "Wabe" which means comb and the suffix -ling
Italian Alvemostro A combination of alveare, that means "beehive" and mostro, that means "monster".