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Dream Team enemy
Dreamcap from Mario & Luigi: Dream Team.
Location(s) Dreamy Mushrise Park
Role Common
Position Normal
Level 7
HP 18
Power 40
Defense 32
Speed 34
Weakness Fire
Experience 1 (1)
Coins 1 (20%)
Item drop None (0%)
None (0%)
No Hitter 8
World Dream

Dreamcaps are red, layered Capnap-like creatures that appear in Mario & Luigi: Dream Team. Like a handful of enemies, Dreamcaps do not appear on the field, requiring Mario and Dreamy Luigi to enter battle with a Dreamcap Captain or Propellion in order to battle them.

In battle, Dreamcap Captains and Dreamcaps fight in together in hordes of around 18 to 36. If all the Dreamcap Captains are defeated and any Dreamcaps remain, the Dreamcaps will huddle together in fear and one will run away with each turn (in Hard Mode, one will run away every few turns). If the vast majority of Dreamcaps are defeated and any Dreamcap Captains remain, they will summon several more Dreamcaps to then be able to attack. The group may also charge towards Mario as a pack, whom Mario must move out of the way or jump over in order to avoid the attack. They may attack from the background, charging towards Mario in rows, which Mario must jump over or on to in order to avoid the attack.

Stronger versions of Dreamcaps called Dreamcaps R appear later on in the game.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ユメミダケ
From「夢見」(yumemi, having a dream) and「ネムルダケ」(Nemurudake, "Capnap")

French (NOA) Myconiri
From mycose ("mycosis") and onirique ("oneiric")
French (NOE) Onignon
From onirique ("oneiric") and Roupignon ("Capnap")
German Traumling
From Traum ("dream") and Nickerling ("Capnap")
Italian Oniribapo
From onirico ("oneiric") and Gapibapo ("Capnap")
Portuguese Onirimelo
From onírico ("dreamy") and Sonomelo ("Capnap")
Russian Шляпкохрап
From шляпка (shlyapka, "cap") and Грибохрап (Gribokhrap, "Capnap")

Spanish (NOA) Iluseta
From ilusión ("illusion") and Reposeta ("Capnap")
Spanish (NOE) Dormiñón
From dormilón ("sleepyhead") and champiñón ("mushroom")