Oho Jee

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Superstar Saga Enemy
Oho Jee
Oho G.png
Location(s) Fire Palace, Thunder Palace,Oho Oasis
HP 100
Defense 40
Speed 10
Stat Down?
Experience 4*
Coins 1*
Item 1 Drop Oho Jee Wear
Item 2 Drop
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.

“Ah! I am m-me! This is first time.❤”
Oho Jee, Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga

The Oho Jees are natives that live on a small island in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga. When spoken to, Oho Jees often use incorrect grammar and say mysterious things. There are two varieties on the main island: Red Oho Jee and Blue Oho Jee. Two smaller islands south of Oho Oasis house a Green Oho Jee and a Purple Oho Jee, both of which sport afros. The name "Oho Jee" is onomatopoeic, as "oho" sounds like laughter and their full name sounds like "Oh jeez", an expression used to show surprise, amazement, or frustration.

All four types of Oho Jees.

According to a boombox at the west part of Oho Oasis with a tape recorded by a Beanish scientist, one of the scientists was attacked by an Oho Jee, and was then transformed into one. However, they are not enemies by nature, and will not attack unprovoked. If the Red or Blue Oho Jees are hurt by Firebrand/Thunderhand, they will turn wild and face Mario and Luigi in battle, giving the brothers no choice but to fight them. Their only attack is spinning wildly at the brothers, which does not transform the Bros. contrary to the boombox's statements; the attack can be countered by jumping. Blue Oho Jee will spin fast in a diamond pattern, while Red Oho Jee will spin in a slow circle. Red Oho Jees are healed by Firebrand and critically hurt by Thunderhand, while Blue Oho Jees are healed by Thunderhand and hurt by Firebrand.

The Oho Jees sometimes act strangely in battle. They may run away and (if the running fails) come back saying "I no believe!" or hum a song, which slightly heals the brothers. Also, if they are healed too much, they will blow up and the battle will end. After defeat. they will lay on the ground seemingly dead only to jump back up and say they were just kidding and that they're fine. Other times, however, they will say they feel "reborn", or even yell at the brothers for taking their experience points.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese クス・ジー
kusu jī
"Kusu" is an onomatopoeic word for giggling (similar to "oho" in English).
Spanish Buli -
French Kusu G
German G-Kicher Pun on "Gekicher" (giggling)
Italian Sorridenti Smiling People