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Not to be confused with Buzzar or Buzz (enemy).
Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars promotional artwork: A Buzzer
First appearance Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars (1996)
Latest appearance Super Mario RPG (Nintendo Switch) (2023)
Subject origin Bee

Buzzers are bee enemies from Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars and its remake. Buzzers only reside in the Forest Maze, being common enemies. They fly around in the forest, and in case they find a possible enemy, Buzzers will pursue them to attack. During battle, a Buzzer attacks by stinging its foes. They are also capable of using special moves like Thornet to Poison a target. On the other hand, they are weak against special attacks, although strong to standard moves. Stingers are their stronger relatives.

Profiles and statistics[edit]

Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars[edit]

Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars enemy
Battle idle animation of a Buzzer from Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars HP 43 FP 100 Speed 25
Location(s) Forest Maze Attack 37 Magic attack 4
Role Common Defense 15 Magic defense 1
Bonus Flower Attack Up! (20%) Yoshi Cookie Mushroom Morph rate 100%
Evade 30% Magic evade 0% Spells Escape (Alone, Fire)
Weak Jump, Thunder Strong None Sp. attacks Thornet
Coins 1 Exp. points 4 Items None
Psychopath "Buzzzzz..."
Japanese thought
  • ビビビビビビビビ ビビビビビビビビ。[1] (Bibibibibibibibi bibibibibibibibi.)

Super Mario RPG (Nintendo Switch)[edit]

Super Mario RPG enemy
Image of a Buzzer from the Nintendo Switch version of Super Mario RPG HP 43 Weak Elements JumpLightning Drops N/A
Exp. 4 Weak Statuses FearPoisonSleepMute Rare Drops N/A
Found in Forest Maze
Monster List profile The debate over whether these are bumblebees or rumblebees has raged for nearly 30 years, but the true answer is in your heart.
Thought Peek "Buzzzzzzz buzzzzzzzz..."


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 8ビート
Hachi Bīto / Eito Bīto
Pun on "8-beat" and "bee"; in Japanese,「」(hachi, "bee") and「」(hachi, "eight") are pronounced the same

Chinese (simplified) 哔特蜂
Bītè Fēng
Beat Bee

Chinese (traditional) 嗶特蜂
Bītè Fēng
Beat Bee

Dutch Zoemer
French Bibiz
From "bzzz bzzz" (onomatopoeia for bee's humming)
German Brummser
Agentive form of Brummen ("to hum")
Italian Bizbiz
From "bzzz bzzz"
Korean 8비트
Pal Biteu
From the Japanese name

Spanish Zumbador