Hooraw

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Hooraw
Hooraw
Sprite from Mario & Luigi: Dream Team
First appearance Mario & Luigi: Dream Team (2013)
Variant of Hooski

Hooraws are enemies that appear in Mario & Luigi: Dream Team. They appear as small Hooskis with red hair and pants. Many of them serve as protection for Big Massif, Sorrow Fist, Heavy Zest, and Thunder Sass, surrounding them during the battles with them and forming various formations that make Mario's Dream World jump and hammer attacks more or less advantageous.

Heavy Zest uses his Hooraws to give the player a hint on whether to jump or not. If the Hooraws perform a high jump, the target has to stay on the ground as Heavy Zest jumps just before contact; otherwise, this is avoided by jumping as Heavy Zest barrels through.

Thunder Sass jumps on his Hooraws before launching himself towards his target, who has to repel him with a Hammer strike.

When Sorrow Fist throws a seashell, the Hooraws have a chance to panic; if this happens, he hits it after a delay.

Big Massif has the same tells for his fight.

Statistics[edit]

Mario & Luigi: Dream Team[edit]

Mario & Luigi: Dream Team enemy
Hooraw
Hooraw.png HP 28 Role Support Level 14 Location(s) Dreamy Wakeport
Power 1 Position Normal No Hitter
Defense 49 World Dream Weakness None Item drop None (0%)
None (0%)
Speed 1 Experience 0 (0) Coins 5 (20%)

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese アニーズ
Anīzu
Portmanteau of「兄い」(anii, elder brother) and English plural "s"

French (NOA) Hourrache
From the expression "hourra" (hooray)
German Muskeleve
From Muskel ("muscle")
Italian Urrao
From the expression "hurra"
Korean 제자스
Jejaseu
Portmanteau of "제자" (jeja, "pupil") and English plural "s"

Portuguese Musculíssimo
Músculo ("muscle") + the superlative suffix -íssimo
Russian Заморыш
Zamorysh
Scallywag

Spanish (NOA) Jupilo
 
Spanish (NOE) Pupilo
Pupil