Bye-Bye Cannon

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Bye-Bye Cannon
Bye-Bye Cannon as it appears in Mario & Luigi: Dream Team.
BP/SP/CP needed 7
Location Wakeport
First appearance Mario & Luigi: Dream Team
Dream Team description Memorize the order that the shadows of Mario and Luigi launch into the sky. As they land, press the A Button for Mario and the B Button for Luigi. If you get it perfect, they'll descend in the opposite. Stay focused!
Screenshot of Mario & Luigi: Dream Team
Mario blasting out of the cannon.

Bye-Bye Cannon is the second available Bros. Attack Mario can use in Mario & Luigi: Dream Team. Its Attack Pieces are located in Wakeport, and it costs 7 BP to use.

When the attack begins, Mario and Luigi jump into a cannon. A randomized sequence of them blast out into the far background, there being three of each Bro. in the sequence. The player must hit A Button and B Button in the same sequence Mario and Luigi came out as they land on the same enemy, and if successful, must do the same sequence backwards for maximum damage as they come down in the form of a large yet slowly shrinking Spin Jump the second time.

The move resembles the Cannonballer from Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time, and the poses the Mario Bros. perform when achieving an "Excellent" are borrowed from their level up poses in Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese バイバイ大砲
Baibai Taihō
Bye-Bye Cannon

Dutch Seriekanon
Serial Cannon
French (NOE) Canon bye-bye
Bye-bye cannon
German Tschö-Kanone
From "tschö", an alternative form of "tschüss" (an informal word for "bye-bye") and "Kanone" (cannon)
Italian Cannone addio
Goodbye Cannon
Portuguese Canhão tchauzinho
Bye-bye cannon
Russian Братья-снаряды
Projectile brothers

Spanish (NOA) Cañón aniquilador
Annihilator cannon
Spanish (NOE) Cañón del adiós
Farewell Cannon