Lakipea

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Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions Enemy
Lakipea
MLSSBMLakipea.png
Location(s) Beanbean Outskirts
Level 13
HP 38
POW 35
Defense 32
Speed 44
Experience 24
Coins 15
Item Drop Woo Bean (18%)
Super Mushroom (14%)
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Fire Normal
Thunder Critical
Jump Critical
Hammer Normal
Hand
Stun?
Burn?
Stat Down?
Superstar Saga Enemy
Lakipea
MLSSLakipea.gif
Location(s) Beanbean Outskirts
Level 21
HP 40 (50)
POW 64
Defense 60
Speed 35 (100)
Experience 20 (10)
Coins 12
Item Drop Woo Bean – 100%
Woo Bean – 32.26% (Super Mushroom - 100%)
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Fire Normal
Thunder Critical
Jump Normal
Hammer Miss
Hand Miss
Stun? 30%
Burn? 30%
Stat Down? 100%
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.

Lakipeas are the Beanbean Kingdom counterparts to Lakitus, first appearing in the game Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga. In keeping with the theme of their homeland, their names are a combination of "Lakitu" and "pea". Lakipeas are nearly identical to regular Lakitus, with the only differences being that the Lakipea has a sprout growing on its head and a vine-covered cloud. They also toss Sharpea eggs instead of regular Spinies. In the overworld, they can throw up to three Sharpea eggs at Mario and Luigi. During battle, the Sharpea Eggs can be countered with Hammers.

In Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions, they have been redesigned to have more visible bodies, less opaque goggles, and two leaves on their heads instead of one, while their clouds have been given faces, much like regular Lakitus. Also, when there are two Sharpeas still present in battle, if the Sharpea egg has been hammered, it can now counterattack the Lakipea by being flown towards it.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese マメジュゲム
Mame Jugemu
Bean Lakitu (「豆」 mame means "bean" and Jugemu is the Japanese name for Lakitu)
Spanish Lakijudía "Lakibean"
French GourouPois Pun on "pois" (pea) and "gourou" (guru)
German Piranha-Lakitu
Italian Lakitu Piranha The translators probably believed it had to do with the plant.