Crazee Dayzee

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Crazee Dayzee
Artwork of a Crazee Dayzee from Yoshi's New Island.
Art of a Crazee Dayzee in Yoshi's New Island
First appearance Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island (1995)
Latest appearance Minecraft (Bedrock version) (Village & Pillage) (2019)
Variants
Amazy Dayzee
Bubble Dayzee
Notable members
Hayzee
“This is a Crazee Dayzee. Crazee Dayzees look cute, but you won't think they're so cute after they attack you!”
Goombario, Paper Mario

Crazee Dayzees are flower-like enemies that made their debut in Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island. They later appeared in the Paper Mario series, Yoshi's Island DS and Yoshi's New Island.

History[edit]

Yoshi's Island series[edit]

Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island[edit]

A Crazee Dayzee sprite.

Crazee Dayzees' first appearance is in Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island, where they act as minor recurring enemies throughout the game and can have either white or yellow petals. Crazee Dayzees behave identically to Shy-Guys in terms of behavior—however, they can survive being swallowed and spat out, unless they collide with another enemy. An uncommon variation with purple petals that spits out bubbles known as Bubble Dayzee can also be found in some levels.

Yoshi's Island DS[edit]

A Crazee Dayzee as seen in Yoshi's Island DS
White Crazee Dayzee from Yoshi's Island DS.
Yellow Crazee Dayzee from Yoshi's Island DS.

Crazee Dayzees reappear in Yoshi's Island DS, where they act as they did in Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island. They are found in many levels throughout the game, including Ba-dum BUM!, Hit the M Blocks!, Mario's Fleet Feet, Baby Mario and Baby Peach: Dynamic Duo and Donuts and Eggs. Notably, the Bubble Dayzees do not appear in this game.

Yoshi's New Island[edit]

Crazee Dayzees reappear in Yoshi's New Island and act as the same as they did in the previous installments of the Yoshi franchise.

Paper Mario series[edit]

Crazee Dayzees in the Paper Mario series all have lavender petals and purple feet, potentially inspired by Bubble Dayzee's design.

Paper Mario[edit]

Crazee Dayzees make their first appearance outside of the Yoshi series in Paper Mario, where they first appear as enemies in Flower Fields. They attack Mario on sight and often fight alongside Bzzaps! and Ruff Puffs. They typically attack by singing, putting Mario to sleep. They will flee from battle when Mario gets their HP low enough. A rare variant known as the Amazy Dayzee first appears in this game, which has higher HP, and much higher attack in comparison.

Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door[edit]

Crazee Dayzee fleeing in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door.

Crazee Dayzees, along with Amazy Dayzees, make a return appearance in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. In this game, they can be found along the Twilight Trail near Twilight Town. Like in the previous installment, they attack by singing, putting Mario or his partner to sleep (while also piercing defense), and flee from battle at low HP. Amazy Dayzees also appear in the lower levels of the Pit of 100 Trials and alongside other enemies in Twilight Trail. Starting with Twilight Trail, Crazee Dayzees can start appearing in the audience; if one sings, it will put a large swath of audience members to sleep for a short period. A Crazee Dayzee with green petals and blue feet, known as Hayzee, appears as Luigi's ally. He joined Luigi on his adventure to assemble the Marvelous Compass after being impressed by Luigi's portrayal of "grass" in a play. Hayzee is from a town of Crazee Dayzees known as Jazzafrazz Town, which is the first time that a Crazee Dayzee is shown to be an ally, rather than just a simple enemy.

Super Paper Mario[edit]

Crazee Dayzees return in Super Paper Mario. They can be found in the Dotwood Tree and room 58 of the Flipside Pit of 100 Trials. When they sing, a musical note fires from them towards the player like a projectile and puts them to sleep when hit. Its stronger variety, the Amazy Dayzee, also returns.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[edit]

A Crazee Dayzee appears as a spirit in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

Other appearances[edit]

In the Super Mario Mash-up for Minecraft, Cornflowers are replaced by Crazee Dayzees.

Profiles and statistics[edit]

Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island[edit]

  • Official Nintendo Player's Guide: This space cadet likes to hum "If you're going to Yoshi's Island, wear some flowers in your hair."[1]

Paper Mario series[edit]

Paper Mario[edit]

Paper Mario enemy
Crazee Dayzee
Battle idle animation of a Crazee Dayzee from Paper Mario Max HP 8 Attack 4 Defense 0 Type Ground
Level 19 Strong None Weak None Moves Painful Song (4, Sleep - Poor, 3), Flee (Runs from Battle at low HP)
Sleep? 95%, 0 Dizzy? 30%, 0 Shock? 30%, 1 Shrink? 30%, 0
Stop? 30%, 0 Fright? 100% Air Lift? 85% Hurricane? 80%
Coins 1 + 1-4 Items Honey Syrup, Maple Syrup Run 32 Location(s) Flower Fields
Tattle This is a Crazee Dayzee. Crazee Dayzees look cute, but you won't think they're so cute after they attack you! Max HP: 8, Attack Power: 4, Defense Power: 0 They attack by singing a song. If you fall under the song's spell, you'll fall asleep. If you get their HP low enough, they'll try to run away. Beat 'em quickly so they can't flee.

Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door[edit]

Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door enemy
Crazee Dayzee
Crazee Dayzee Max HP 7 Attack 2 Defense 0 Location(s) Twilight Trail
Sleep? 95% Dizzy? 30% Confuse? 50% Tiny? 30%
Stop? 30% Soft? 30% Burn? 100% Freeze? 30%
Fright? 100% Gale Force? 80% KO? 30% Moves Sing (2; Sleep; Piercing), Run
Level 16 Exp. points 0 Coins 1 - 3 Items Earth Quake, Fire Flower (drop only), Fright Mask (drop only), Mini Mr. Mini, Super Shroom, Tasty Tonic (drop only), Thunder Bolt, Ultra Shroom
Bestiary
        60        
Log This fleet-footed flower foe is super-cute, and it sings one hypnotically sleepy lullaby.
Tattle That's a Crazee Dayzee. It may look totally cute, but it's a serious foe. Max HP is 7, Attack is 2, and Defense is 0. What you gotta worry about is its lullaby. That tune will totally zonk you out. If you manage to guard well, though, you might not pass out. Try to learn the timing. Oh, and when its HP runs low, it runs away, so try to KO it in one fell swoop.

Super Paper Mario[edit]

Super Paper Mario enemy
Crazee Dayzee
Sprite of a Crazee Dayzee from Super Paper Mario. Max HP 10 Items Dayzee Tear
Attack 2 Location(s) The Dotwood Tree (3-3), Flipside Pit of 100 Trials (Rooms 26 and 58)
Defense 0 Card type Common
Score 500 Card location(s) Card Shop; Catch Card/SP
Card description Crazee Dayzees are cute, but they'll put you to sleep. But sleeping really isn't all that Crazee...
  List of Catch Cards  
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Tattle This is a Crazee Dayzee. It's a curious little flower that won't stop humming... Max HP is 10 and Attack is 2. Watch out, that little song it hums can put you right to sleep...

Super Smash Bros. series[edit]

Super Smash Bros. Brawl sticker[edit]

Image Game Effect
Crazee Dayzee Sticker Yoshi's Island DS [Grass] - Attack +7
Usable by: Pokémon Trainer

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate spirit[edit]

Name Image Series / game Type Class Strength / effect(s) How to obtain Spirit battle
Opponent(s) Battle conditions Stage Song
Crazee Dayzee Artwork of a Crazee Dayzee in Yoshi's Island DS Yoshi Series Primary (2) Novice Neutral
Weight ↓
Spirit Board Isabelle Rule: Flowery Yoshi's Island Flower Field

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese パンジーさん[2][3]
Panjī-san
Pansy-san
Chinese 三色花 (Yoshi franchise)
Sānsè Huā
催眠花 (Paper Mario)
Cuīmián Huā
Pansy Flower

Hypnosis flower
French (NOA) Margo Maboule Goofy Margo
French (NOE) Barjo Daisy Wacko Daisy
German Susel Dusel "Susel" may be derived from "säuseln" (to whisper softly) and the name "Suse", a short form of the given name "Susanne", and "Dusel" is a colloquial term meaning "drowsiness"
Italian Gigliola A female given name that sounds like "giglio" (lily)
Korean 제비꽃씨
Jebikkot-ssi
Ms. Violet
Portuguese Margarida Maluca Crazy Daisy
Russian Песнецвет
Pesnetsvet
From "песня" (pesnya, song) and "цветок" (tsvetok, flower)
Spanish Margaloca From "margarita" (daisy) and "loca" (crazy)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Miller, Kent, and Terry Munson. Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island Player's Guide. Page 126Media:SMW2 Guide 126.jpg.
  2. ^ 「スーパーマリオヨッシーアイランド任天堂公式ガイドブック」 (Super Mario: Yossy Island Nintendo Kōshiki Guidebook), page 5.
  3. ^ 「スーパーマリオアドバンス3任天堂公式ガイドブック」 (Super Mario Advance 3 Nintendo Kōshiki Guidebook), page 19.