Carrot

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This article is about the item that turns Mario into Rabbit Mario. For the item that Bowser pulled out in Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story, see Giga-carrot.
Not to be confused with Rabbit Ear.
Carrot
SML2 Artwork Carrot.png
Description
A red or orange vegetable.

First appearance

Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins (1992)

Latest appearance

Luigi's Mansion 3 (2019)

Effect on player

Turns user into Bunny Mario.

A Carrot[1][2] (or carrot[3]) is an item that appears in Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins. It transforms Mario into Bunny Mario, but Wario also uses it to transform into Bunny Wario.

A carrot first appeared in volume 6 of Super Mario-Kun. Unlike most items, this carrot talks and plays a bigger role.

Carrots also make a brief appearance in Mario Kirby Meisaku Video. After Mario crashes his kart during his pursuit of the mysterious thief W, who was trying to escape in his Plane, the Bulldog, Mario finds a garden full of Carrots, eats one, and transforms into Bunny Mario.

Carrot-like objects known as Elevator Platforms[4] appear in Super Mario Advance, although not in the original Super Mario Bros. 2 and other releases of said game. They are disguised as short, hill-like Semisolid Platforms, but when they are landed on, they bounce upward, which can help Mario and company reach higher places. They only appear in Worlds 1-1 and 1-3.

Carrots reappear in Mario Sports Superstars as one of the foods in Horse Racing mode.

Carrots also appear in Mario Party: The Top 100, replacing the generic carrots seen in the minigame Rockin' Raceway.

Carrots can be found in the freezer during the Chef Soulfflé fight in Luigi's Mansion 3.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ニンジン[5]
Ninjin
Carrot
Spanish Zanahoria Carrot
French Carotte Carrot
German Möhre Carrot

Trivia[edit]

  • In a preview for Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins, the gliding power-up was described as a winged "Cap" rather than the Carrot, and the screenshot was blacked out.[6] It is possible that the design was decided later in development.
  • In the Super Mario Mash-Up Pack in Minecraft, the traditional Minecraft carrots take on their look from the Mario titles.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nintendo Power Volume 43, pages 44 & 48.
  2. ^ Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins North American Virtual Console manual[page number needed]
  3. ^ Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins English instruction booklet, page 11.
  4. ^ Super Mario Advance Prima's Official Strategy Guide, pages 14 and 20.
  5. ^ Super Mario Land 2: 6-tsu no Kinka Japanese instruction booklet, page 9.
  6. ^ Nintendo Magazine System (AU) Issue #5, page 54.