Jellyfish Sisters

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Jellyfish Sisters
Sprite of the Jellyfish Sisters from Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions
The relaxation specialists, Gigi and Merri
Full name Gigi and Merri
Species Jellyfish
First appearance Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga (2003)
Latest appearance Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions (2017)

The Jellyfish Sisters, Gigi and Merri, are two humanoid jellyfish that own the Relaxation Room in Gwarhar Lagoon during the events of Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga and its remake. Gigi dons a red dress, while her sister, Merri, dons a green dress. When Mario and Luigi arrive at their Relaxation Room, the Jellyfish Sisters give them hand massages which helps the brothers discover their Firebrand and Thunderhand abilities while doing so. The Jellyfish Sisters are also able to fly, or at least glide, as they descend from the sky when they are first introduced.

After Mario and Luigi learn their Firebrand and Thunderhand abilities, the sisters teach them two new moves: Dash and Tickle. The sisters then ask the brothers to either pay for their lesson at the price of 100000 Beanbean coins, or alternatively suggest that they find the twin Green and Red Pearl Beans, situated in the cave they are in. Mario and Luigi opt to retrieve the Pearl Beans to pay the sisters, using their newly learned Tickle to navigate the Rolling Bar Defense System. After giving them the Pearl Beans, Gigi and Merri become so excited that they fall asleep, temporarily shutting down the Relaxation Room.

While their faces are a bright, light purple during Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga, in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions, their faces are a blackish-blue.

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Jellyfish Sisters
Language Name Meaning
Japanese クラゲ姉妹
Kurage Shimai
Jellyfish Sisters
German Medusa-Schwestern Jellyfish Sisters
Italian Sorelle Medusa Jellyfish Sisters
Spanish Hermanas Medusa Jellyfish sisters
Gigi
Language Name Meaning
Japanese エレン
Eren
Ellen; from「エレガント」(ereganto, elegant)
Chinese 优优
Yōuyōu
From「优雅」(yōuyǎ, elegant)
French Hélène Similar to the Japanese name
German Ellen Similar to the Japanese name
Italian Pamela -
Spanish Dami From "damisela" (damsel)
Merri
Language Name Meaning
Japanese ガントン
Ganton
Gunton; from「エレガント」(ereganto, elegant)
Chinese 雅雅
Yǎyǎ
From「优雅」(yōuyǎ, elegant)
French Gantonne Similar to the Japanese name
German Ganzia Similar to the Japanese name
Italian Tracy -
Spanish Sela From "damisela" (damsel)