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Species Crazee Dayzee
First appearance Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (2004)
Latest appearance Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (Nintendo Switch) (2024)
“I'm Hayzee! And I must say, Luigi is a great actor, one of the finest I've seen! ... I'm going to be known as "The Red Miracle"! And of course Luigi will be grass!”
Hayzee, Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door

Hayzee is a Crazee Dayzee with green petals and blue feet, whom Luigi meets during his quest to assemble the Marvelous Compass, during Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. His name is a mixture of the words "hazy" and "Dayzee."

Hayzee lived in Jazzafrazz Town, where he wrote a musical entitled "The Mystery of The Fiery Hat of Social Awareness" for the annual Jazzafrazz Town Drama Slam. As it turned out, the compass piece that Luigi needed was a part of the Dramalama Plaque, the prize for winning the Drama Slam. So, Luigi became an actor in Hayzee's play. While Hayzee played the part of The Red Miracle, Luigi, much to his chagrin, played the part of grass.

In the end, their musical was most popular by far, they won the Drama Slam, and Hayzee joined Luigi on his quest. Hayzee tells Mario that after he and Luigi finish their quest, he wants to take his play all over the world. Of course, Luigi will be grass.

Hayzee and Screamy are the only one of Luigi’s partners who do not despise or find something wrong with him. Hayzee is the only partner to explicitly be shown liking Luigi, as Screamy’s relationship with Luigi is vague and shrouded in mystery.

Tattle information[edit]

  • That's Luigi's Dayzee friend, Hayzee. Apparently, Hayzee is an actor/director. You know Luigi's acting debut, right? The grass thing? I could never play grass... I'd wanna play a princess! And a prince would wake me with a kiss... So romantic!

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ラクガン[1]
From「落雁」(rakugan), a type of Japanese dessert that is often made in the shape of a flower. May also be a play on「落語」(rakugo), a form of Japanese storytelling entertainment.

Chinese 落雁
From the Japanese name

Dutch Floris
From flora
French Pétulant
Means "exuberant", but it may also be a pun on pétale ("petal")
German Susella
A pun of Susel Dusel ("Crazee Dayzee") and the given name "Bella"
Italian Gladiola
A given name that sounds like gladiolo ("gladiolus")
Korean 라쿠간
From the Japanese name

Spanish Margaplácida
A pun of Margaloca ("Crazee Dayzee") by keeping "Marga" from margarita ("daisy") and changing loca ("crazy") to plácida (feminine form of "placid")


  • Hayzee is the only known Crazee Dayzee with a name and gender.


  1. ^ Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door From Japanese to English. The Mushroom Kingdom. Retrieved January 4, 2015.