Prince Dreambert

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Prince Dreambert
Dreambert Artwork - Mario & Luigi Dream Team.png
Full Name Prince Dreambert
Species Pi'illo
First Appearance Mario & Luigi: Dream Team (2013)
Latest Portrayal Nate Bihldorff

Mario, Luigi! Onward!”
Prince Dreambert, Mario & Luigi: Dream Team

Prince Dreambert (usually called simply Dreambert) appears in the game Mario & Luigi: Dream Team. He is the prince of the Pi'illo people and thus, was among those who were petrified by Antasma; fortunately for the Pi'illo people, he is also the first to be freed of his rocky prison, as Mario and Dreamy Luigi (at that moment, are trying to rescue the recently-kidnapped Princess Peach from Antasma) free him from the Nightmare Chunk, which contains him in the Dream World, by jumping at it. He acts as a guide (mainly in the Dream World) for Mario and Luigi and travels with them for the majority of the game.

Dreambert explains to Mario, Luigi, and Starlow that there are two powers in the Dream World: the Dream Stone and the Dark Stone, the latter of which was destroyed by Antasma and used to petrify the Pi'illos so thoroughly that they were presumed extinct. Dreambert requests that the three help free the other imprisoned Pi'illos as they search for Princess Peach.[1] In-game, he explains to Mario how to use Luigi's dream powers to navigate the Dream World. He helps the brothers on the adventure along with Starlow.

Official profiles[edit]

  • Website bio: "Prince Dreambert is the prince of the trapped Pi'illo Folk. He needs Mario and Luigi's help to save his people from a stony fate as petrified pillows."
  • European website bio: "Prince Dreambert is the prince of the Pi'illo folk! It's not long before he enlists Mario and Luigi's help to save his his people from a stony fate!"

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ユメップ
Yumeppu
Deviation of the word "yume" (夢), meaning "dream".
Spanish (NOA) Príncipe Oniberto Prince Dreambert
Spanish (NOE) Príncipe Duermeberto Prince Sleepbert
French (NOA) Prince Rêvebert Prince Dreambert
French (NOE) Prince Tédibert Pun on "Teddy bear"
Dutch Prins Dreambert Name from the English version, prins means "prince".
German Prinz Traumbert Prince Dreambert
Italian Principe Sognoberto Prince Dreambert
Portuguese Oniriberto From "onírico" (oneiric) and "Roberto", Portuguese and Italian for "Robert".
Korean 드림프
Deurimpeu
Portmanteau of "dream" and a first syllable of the word "prince".

References[edit]

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