Lady Lima

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“Ohhh, thank the stars! You've saved me! You heroic souls!”
Lady Lima, Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga
Lady Lima
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Species Beanish
First appearance Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga (2003)
Latest appearance Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions (2017)

Lady Lima is the Beanbean Kingdom's Goodwill Ambassador in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga. Lady Lima is knowledgeable on the Beanstar and acts as an adviser for Queen Bean. She, along with the other inhabitants of Beanbean Castle, were imprisoned by Cackletta and Fawful so that they could trick Mario and Luigi into giving them the Beanstar. Mario and Luigi come across the real Lady Lima in the sewers and are instructed by her to return to the Beanstar before it gets taken. After being saved, she instructs Mario and Luigi on several more things, such as how to cure Queen Bean after she's been infected by a Belly Blech and the origin of the Beanstar.

At the end of the game, it is revealed that she is old friends with Toadsworth.


  • The Goodwill Ambassador in the beginning of the game, or rather, Cackletta's disguise as such, strongly resembles Lady Lima, which might imply that Lady Lima was intended to act as the Goodwill Ambassador before Cackletta replaced her.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese マメばあ
Mamebaa. Comes from "mame" (豆), meaning bean, and "baa" (婆), meaning an elderly woman.
Spanish (NOA) Lady Haba Lady Bean
Spanish (NOE) Lady Judía Lady Bean
French Mami Rico Mama Bean; "Rico" comes from "haricot" (bean)
Dutch Lima Lima
German Hildebohna "Hilde" comes from the german name "Hilda", "Bohna" comes from "Bohne" and means Bean
Italian Lady Cecia "Cecia" comes from "cece" (chickpea); Lady Chickpea
Russian Мадам Фасоль
Madam Fasol'
Madame is the French form of adress to adult woman regardless of marital status. Fasol' means Lima Bean.
Chinese 豆豆嬷嬷
Dòudou Mómo
Beanbean Granny