Smithy

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Smithy
Smithy.jpg
Species Robot
First Appearance Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars (1996)

“Then we could get rid of all wishes and create a world filled with...WEAPONS!!”
Smithy, Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars

Smithy is the main antagonist and final boss of Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars and leader of the Smithy Gang, an organization that attempts to rule over the Mushroom World during the events of the game. In order to do this, Smithy tried to get rid of the power of wishes from the world, and, in its stead, fill the world with weapons. He is a dark-grey mechanical creature that wears a gold crown and has an extremely long white beard. As such, he resembles Santa Claus.[1] He hails from another dimension, a dimension that is accessible by the gateway Exor. In his dimension, he resides in his Factory, where, day and night, Smithy creates machines which he uses against other worlds. It is also implied during the final battle that multiple versions of him were made, and that there were possibly plans to mass-produce him, due to the various heads littered in his final battle arena.

History[edit]

Smithy's first form.

In the outset of his invasion of the Mushroom World in Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars, Smithy gets the gigantic sword Exor to occupy Bowser's Keep. Once there, Smithy establishes his base of operations in Bowser's Keep on Mushroom World (while Smithy's Factory remains the main headquarters of the Smithy Gang). During the battle that ensues, Bowser's forces are either beaten or defected to the Smithy Gang. With the Koopa Troop out of the picture, Smithy sets his sights on the rest of the Mushroom World. Additionally, during the initial invasion, Exor inadvertently shatters the Star Road, the source of wishes in the world.

Once Bowser's Keep is occupied, Smithy sends out his various lieutenants to recover the Star Pieces that have the potential to restore wishes to the world. Smithy did not want anyone returning the Star Pieces to Star Road, as the road's recovery would allow the power of wishes to counter the power of the Smithy Gang's weapons.

During the invasion of the world, Smithy's lieutenants do their tasks:

However, all of Smithy's operations are foiled by Mario and his allies Mallow, Geno, Princess Toadstool, and King Bowser and the Star Pieces fall into the hands of Mario's party.

Eventually, Mario's band of heroes gets back Bowser's Keep and enters Smithy's dimension via Exor. Once there, they plan to beat Smithy and his weapons once for all. The heroes battle past mechanical minions and the factory's management staff, eventually reaching the leader of the Smithy Gang in his forge. Smithy is busy creating new weapons when Mario and company first meet him. As it turns out, Smithy has the last Star Piece embedded in his body, presumably to prevent anyone from restoring the power of wishes to the world. Smithy calmly asks Mario to turn over his Star Pieces, and when Mario refuses a battle commences.

During the fight, Smithy has a variety of physical and magical attacks at his disposal. To begin with, he wields a giant metal sledgehammer in battle, which he uses with his right hand. The fingers of his left hand have been fitted with small projectile launchers which he uses to fire bullets at Mario and his allies. Smithy also commands great magical power. He can summon a giant wooden sledgehammer to drop from the ceiling and crush all of Mario's allies. Additionally, Smithy can summon powerful meteors to attack Mario's party.

In battle, Smithy is also aided by the creature Smelter. Smelter produces hot liquid metal from his mouth, which Smithy then shapes into Shypers. Shypers are one of the strongest non-boss members of the Smithy Gang. Once created, Shypers automatically enter the battle and begin attacking Mario's party. As such, it is wise for Mario and his allies to defeat Smelter first, cutting off Smithy's unlimited supply of soldiers. After that, the heroes can focus their attacks on Smithy.

Smithy's true form.

Eventually, Mario and company defeat Smithy in combat, and he becomes infuriated and begins slamming the floor with his sledgehammer. A few of his minions arrive, begging him to calm down and to stop smashing the floor (as the foundation was just built the day before). However, an enraged Smithy ignores their warnings and continues pounding the floor. As a result, the floor collapses; and Mario, his allies, and Smithy fall into the basement of the factory. Once there, Smithy reveals his true form: which is metal shape-shifter.

Although his body remains the same, Smithy can now use his sledgehammer to turn his head into different forms. Smithy has five heads that he can change into:

  • The normal Head, which he uses to switch to the other heads.
  • The Tank Head, which has extremely powerful physical attacks. It also has high physical defense.
  • The Magic Head, which has the most powerful magical attacks in the game, but has weak defense.
  • The Mask Head, used for increased protection and defense.
  • The Treasure Head, which attacks Mario's party with a random status ailment.

In this shape-shifting form, Smithy is nearly unstoppable. Nevertheless, the heroes beat Smithy, and overheat his body. At the end of battle, Smithy overloads and explodes and the last Star Piece is recovered by Mario and his friends. With all seven Star Pieces in hand, Geno is able to repair the Star Road and restore the power of wishes to the world. The Smithy Gang invasion ends, and peace returns to Mushroom World.

At the end of the adventure, a huge parade is held in celebration of the end of the invasion. Smithy, in his original bearded form, appears during the parade, riding atop the Blade. Many Shysters and several of his lieutenants also appear alongside Smithy. As he flies by on the Blade, he pounds his minions Mack, Bowyer, and Yaridovich with his sledgehammer. Smithy has not been seen since.

Super Mario-Kun[edit]

Smithy in the Super Mario-Kun

Smithy appears in the Super Mario-Kun volume adaption of Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars. He still serves as the main villain and has the same role as he did in the games.

Personality[edit]

Although originally depicted as a calm and collected leader, Smithy is revealed to be highly ill-tempered, as shown by his fit of rage upon being defeated the first time by Mario and his allies, which culminates in Smithy destroying his recently built headquarters. Additionally, in the aforementioned fit of rage, Smithy apparently destroys three of his henchmen who are simply trying to calm him down.

Ultimately, Smithy is determined to achieve world conquest through the Smithy Gang, confident that his weapons can serve as the basis of his power. As such, Smithy attempts to prevent the restoration of wishes, since the Star Road and the dreams of individuals represent a direct threat to Smithy's reign.

Stats[edit]

First Battle[edit]

Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars Enemy
SmithyBattle.png
Smithy (First Battle)
Location(s) Factory
HP 2000
FP
Attack 230
Defense 130
Magic Attack 100
Magic Defense 100
Speed
Evade
Magic Evade
Special Attacks Sledge, Meteor Swarm, Mega Drain
Special Defense Fear, Poison, Sleep, Silence
Weak Point None
Item Dropped None
Coins Dropped 0
Flower Dropped None
Flower Odds
Experience Gained 0
Yoshi Cookie Item Fails
Success Rate
Related None
Psychopath Thought
"Eh?! Not bad!"


Second Battle[edit]

Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars Enemy
Smithy.gif
Smithy (Body)
Location(s) Factory
HP 1000 (if defeated, all HP revives after a set amount of turns)
FP
Attack 180
Defense 80
Magic Attack 20
Magic Defense 60
Speed
Evade
Magic Evade
Special Attacks
Special Defense Fear, Poison, Sleep, Silence
Weak Point None
Item Dropped None
Coins Dropped 0
Flower Dropped None
Flower Odds
Experience Gained 0
Yoshi Cookie Item Fails
Success Rate
Related None
Psychopath Thought
"What a heavy head!"
Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars Enemy
Smithy.gif
Smithy (Head)
Location(s) Factory
HP 8000 (all heads share the same 8000 HP)
FP
Attack 180
Defense 80
Magic Attack 60
Magic Defense 50
Speed
Evade
Magic Evade
Special Attacks
Special Defense Fear, Poison, Sleep, Silence
Weak Point None
Item Dropped Seventh Star Piece
Coins Dropped 0
Flower Dropped None
Flower Odds
Experience Gained 0
Yoshi Cookie Item Fails
Success Rate
Related None
Psychopath Thought
"This isn't good at all!"
Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars Enemy
Smithy3.gif
Smithy (Magic Head)
Location(s) Factory
HP 8000 (all heads share the same 8000 HP)
FP
Attack 135
Defense 50
Magic Attack 130
Magic Defense 150
Speed
Evade
Magic Evade
Special Attacks Arrow Rain, Meteor Swarm, Sword Rain, Spear Rain, Boulder, Dark Star
Special Defense Fire, Thunder, Ice, Fear, Poison, Sleep, Silence
Weak Point None
Item Dropped Seventh Star Piece
Coins Dropped 0
Flower Dropped None
Flower Odds
Experience Gained 0
Yoshi Cookie Item Fails
Success Rate
Related None
Psychopath Thought
"Good magic, bad defense."


Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars Enemy
Smithy4.gif
Smithy (Mask Head)
Location(s) Factory
HP 8000 (all heads share the same 8000 HP)
FP
Attack 40
Defense 150
Magic Attack 70
Magic Defense 100
Speed
Evade
Magic Evade
Special Attacks Shredder, Recover, Mega Recover
Special Defense Jump, Fire, Thunder, Fear, Poison, Sleep, Silence
Weak Point Ice
Item Dropped Seventh Star Piece
Coins Dropped 0
Flower Dropped None
Flower Odds
Experience Gained 0
Yoshi Cookie Item Fails
Success Rate
Related None
Psychopath Thought
"Nothin' can hurt me!"
Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars Enemy
Smithy2.gif
Smithy (Tank Head)
Location(s) Factory
HP 8000 (all heads share the same 8000 HP)
FP
Attack 250
Defense 130
Magic Attack 10
Magic Defense 50
Speed
Evade
Magic Evade
Special Attacks Magnum
Special Defense Fear, Poison, Sleep, Silence
Weak Point Thunder
Item Dropped Seventh Star Piece
Coins Dropped 0
Flower Dropped None
Flower Odds
Experience Gained 0
Yoshi Cookie Item Fails
Success Rate
Related None
Psychopath Thought
"Don't shock me! DON'T!"
Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars Enemy
Smithy5.gif
Smithy (Treasure Head)
Location(s) Factory
HP 8000 (all heads share the same 8000 HP)
FP
Attack 150
Defense 120
Magic Attack 78
Magic Defense 80
Speed
Evade
Magic Evade
Special Attacks
Special Defense Thunder, Fear, Poison, Sleep, Silence
Weak Point Fire
Item Dropped Seventh Star Piece
Coins Dropped 0
Flower Dropped None
Flower Odds
Experience Gained 0
Yoshi Cookie Item Fails
Success Rate
Related None
Psychopath Thought
"What's hidden inside?!"


Quotes[edit]

For a full list of quotes, see here
  • "Huh...? Already finished your tour of the factory, huh?! All right, then! How about a little demonstration?"
  • "Huh? ...Gufaw haw haw! So YOU'RE... Mario?! Looks like we're gonna have a little dispute over the Star!
  • "My, my! We're a little touchy today, aren't we? You know, I'm actually growing rather FOND of this place...
  • "Hurrumph! Better yet... Why don't YOU give me YOUR stars. Why, then I could easily conquer this world! Then we could get rid of wishes, and create a world filled with... WEAPONS!!"
  • "Over here, now! I'll crush you ALL!!!"
  • "NOOOOOOOOOOOO...!!!"
  • "How utterly annoying!"
  • "Huh?! What the...?! How in the heck...?!"
  • "NOOOOOOOOOOOO...!!! Uwoooooooo... I'm burning... seething... Never have I been so wronged..."
  • "It is time... I will show you my real form... I will show you my true power... I will teach you some respect... And I shall have my revenge! NOOOOOOOOOOOO...!!!"
  • "Guooooooo!!!!! Come on, you puny ants!"
  • "Guooooo! C...can't move...!"
  • "Mwa ha! I am burning with power!"
  • "Guooooooo! My b...body and head are burning! It's not... possible...! I don't believe it...! I'm... finished... done for...! Guooooooooo... noooooo...!"

Names in Other Languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese カジオー
Kajiō[2]
Smith King

Trivia[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars Nintendo Player's Guide, page 104.
  2. ^ The Mushroom Kingdom - Retrieved on 2009-1-02.