Flaret

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First appearance Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga (2003)
Latest appearance Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions (2017)

Flarets are round fireballs that Bowletta shoots out of her mouth in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga. They are not living species, but appear on the battlefield as targets. If they are not defeated in a timely manner, Bowletta reabsorbs them and heals herself by 35 HP (99 in the remake). Sometimes, Bowletta does not reabsorb some of the Flarets and leaves a few on the battlefield. Flarets are healed with Firebrand and Thunderhand attacks, and any jump attacks (with the exception of Advanced Splash Bros.) will hurt Mario and Luigi, so they can only be defeated with hammer attacks. After using her Fire Breath attack, any Flarets produced by Bowletta that are still on the battlefield will be destroyed.

In the remake, their graphic is more defined and resembles a polyhedron, instead of a circle with a honeycomb pattern.

Statistics[edit]

Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga[edit]

Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga Enemy
Flaret
Flaret Sprite.png HP 10 POW 95 Defense 160 (150) Speed 300 Experience 0
Fire Heal Thunder Heal Jump Spiny Hammer Normal Coins 0
Stat Down? 0% Stun? 0% Burn? 0% Hand Normal Item Drop None – 0%
None – 0%
Level           39 Location(s) Bowser's Castle Notice
  • Stats in parentheses are from the Japanese version (if they differ from the original American and European stats).
  • Stats in gray are only found in the game's coding and are not available during "normal" gameplay.

Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions[edit]

Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions Enemy
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MLSSBMFlaret.png HP: 15 POW: 88 DEF: 88 SPEED: 999 Experience: 0
Fire: Heal Thunder: Weak Jump: Spiny, Normal Hammer: Normal Coins: 0
Stat Down: 0% Dizzy: 0% Burn: 0% Speed down: 0% Item Drop: None (0%)
None (0%)
None (0%)
Level:           40 Location(s): Bowser's Castle

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese メラメラ
Meramera
Onomatopoeia of a burning fire.
German Flamy
Italian Fiammello From fiamma (flame) with the suffix -ello, meaning small.
Chinese 炽热火球
Chìrè Huǒqiú
Burning Hot Fireball