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Super Mario RPG Enemy
Megasmilax SMRPG animation.gif
Location(s) Bean Valley
HP 1000
Attack 140
Magic Attack 70
Defense 80
Magic Defense 80
Speed 2
Spells Petal Blast, Drain, Flame Wall
Sp. Attacks S'crow Dust
Items None
Exp. points 120
Coins 0
              Misc. stats
FP 100
Evade 0%
Magic Evade 0%
Strong Fear, Poison, Sleep, Silence, Critical
Weak Ice
Bonus Flower Attack Up! (20%)
Yoshi Cookie None
Morph Rate 0%
"I was a water baby!"

Megasmilax is a minor boss in Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars. She is found in the pipe in Land's End that leads to Nimbus Land to prevent any intruder from interfering with Valentina's plans to dethrone the royal family. During their search for the sixth Star Piece, Mario and his party comes across Megasmilax and defeats her, freeing access to Nimbus Land.

In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Megasmilax is mentioned briefly by Viridi during Palutena's Guidance dialogue for Piranha Plant. In addition to being mentioned among regular variations, she is referred to in the plural form in most other languages, implying she is a species rather than a character.


The plant originally starts out with a single bud called Smilax. However, after it is defeated, a Shy Away appears and pours recycled water on it, causing two more Smilaxes to grow, and then all three grow back, and finally the large Megasmilax flower blooms with the two remaining Smilaxes.

In battle, Megasmilax can cast Petal Blast. The smaller Smilaxes cast Drain and Flame.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese クィーンフラワー
Kwīn Furawā
Queen Flower
Spanish (NOA) planta piraña tricéfala Tricephalous (three-headed) Piranha Plant
Spanish (NOE) Planta Piraña Tricéfala Tricephalous Piranha Plant
French Piranha tricéphale Tricephalous Piranha
Dutch Megasmilax -
German Piranha-Königin Piranha Queen
Italian Piranha tricefala Tricephalous Piranha
Russian трехголовое растение-пиранья
trekhgolovoe rastenie-piran'ya
Three-headed Piranha Plant


  • The official artwork of Megasmilax depicts her with three Smilaxes; however, Megasmilax only blooms with two Smilaxes in-game.
  • The stem of Megasmilax has an internal enemy entry known as "Thrax" in the English version and 「クィーンフラワー」 (or "Queen Flower") in the Japanese version. It is possible that the player was originally meant to be able to one-shot Megasmilax before she grows Smilaxes if a character had high enough speed (similar to Naval Piranha from Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island), although it was unimplemented.