Blue Blaze

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Blue Blaze
Blue Blaze in the game Luigi's Mansion.
First appearance Luigi's Mansion (2001)
Latest appearance Luigi's Mansion (Nintendo 3DS) (2018)
Variant of Blue Twirler
Temper Terror
Strong Slammer

Blue Blazes, also known as water smashers,[1] are blue normal ghosts encountered in Luigi's Mansion and the remake. They are Blue Twirlers with water protecting their thirty-HP hearts. They are normally found only in the Safari Room, in the east wing of the third floor of the mansion, although one is encountered in the Tea Room during the blackout and two in the Telephone Room in the PAL Hidden Mansion. The Blue Blaze has a massive earthquake attack that costs Luigi ten HP, as with its non-elemental counterpart. In order to reveal its heart, Luigi needs to blast it with ice. Being weakened by ice, it completes the triangular element medal relationship also found with the Temper Terror and Flash. In the Safari Room, the Blue Blazes appear when Luigi shakes the middle deer head, along with two Garbage Can Ghosts. In the Tea Room during the Blackout, a Blue Blaze appears in the center of the room.

The term "blue blazes" is a euphemism for Hell, used in expressions such as "What in blue blazes?"


Luigi's Mansion (Nintendo 3DS)[edit]

  • In-game description: "A Blue Twirler with the Water Element. It's weak to ice attacks."


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ウォーターモプー
Wōtā Mopū
Water Twirler
French Tourneur Trempé Soaked Twirler
German Azurloher Azure Blaze or Azure Blazer
Italian Terremoto acquatico Aquatic Twirler
Spanish (NOE) Terremoto acuático -


  1. ^ Loe, Casey. Versus Books Luigi's Mansion Perfect Guide. Page 52.