Luiginary Ball

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Luiginary Ball
LuiginaryBall.png
BP/SP Needed
Location Dreamy Mushrise Park­
First Appearance Mario & Luigi: Dream Team­
Latest Appearance Mario & Luigi: Dream Team­
Dream Team Description Tilt the Nintendo 3DS to move the ball. Grab Luiginoids to make the ball bigger! Line it up, and kick it with the A Button! A bigger ball means more damage!

Luiginary Ball is the first Dream World Luiginary Attack obtained in Mario & Luigi: Dream Team, being the only mandatory Luiginary Attack in the entire game. It is unlocked after getting all the Attack Pieces in Dreamy Mushrise Park and costs 6 BP to use.

Artwork of the Luiginary Ball.

Upon use, Mario and Dreamy Luigi will run into the foreground, where Dreamy Luigi forms a ball with the other Luiginoids, Mario jumping on the ball afterwards. They will then start rolling towards the group of enemies, and the player must tilt the 3DS to control the ball to try and make it steer into more Luiginoids to increase the ball's mass which increases the damage of the attack. Once the player reaches the enemies, Mario will automatically drop from the ball and stretch his foot back in front of it, giving the player a chance to press A Button to make Mario give it a kick that will make it roll it into the enemies with even more force for extra damage. Regardless of whether Mario kicks it or not, the player must control the ball to make it line up properly as it makes the last stretch into the enemies.

Mario executing the attack.

Description[edit]

Tilt the Nintendo 3DS to move the ball. Grab Luiginoids to make the ball bigger! Line it up, and kick it with the A Button! A bigger ball means more damage!

Luiginoid Formation[edit]

Main article: Luiginoid Formation#Luiginary Ball

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Spanish Bola Luiginaria Luiginary Ball
French (NOE) Balle luimagik Luiginary ball
Dutch Luigio-bal Luiginoid Ball
German Traum-Kugel Dream sphere