- This article is about the character from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope. For the character from Saturday Supercade, see Momma (Saturday Supercade).
- Not to be confused with Mama.
Momma's Memory image
|First appearance||Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope (2022)|
|Portrayed by||Lee Delong (English)|
Farahnaz Nikray (Japanese)
- “Remember this - it ain't muh Shield Buster that's gonna save Rosalina. Y'all have hope, but you gotta stick together.”
- —Momma, Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Momma is a minor NPC character that appears in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope, appearing in Barrendale Mesa. She is a female mechanic Rabbid who owns a garage, and is also the warden of the planet. Momma was on a road trip across the galaxy before taking a pit stop at Barrendale Mesa, where the Rabbids were destroying the planet. Momma civilized them, before they were sent out across the other planets to help out others that were attacked by Cursa. She also created the Shield Buster to destroy the barrier around Cursa's stronghold.
Momma is a tall female Rabbid wearing black overalls, a white apron, and has orange goggles. She has red lipstick, with purple eyeshadow. Momma also has black hair in the style of a bun.
Momma has a bossy attitude, although it is used for encouragement rather than annoyance. When the heroes drop into Barrendale Mesa, they accidentally pop Momma's balloon, to her annoyance. She is optimistic, as she rallies the Rabbids together to fix Barrendale Mesa. Momma also tells the heroes that there is hope to save Rosalina.
Momma was on a galaxy road trip until she took a pit stop in Barrendale Mesa. She then noticed that the Rabbids were destroying the planet with a mechanical monster that they made. Momma then taught the Rabbids how to be civilized, and they helped to rebuild the planet, earning her nickname "Momma" in the process. When Cursa attacked, the Rabbids went to other planets to help out others who were attacked, while Momma stayed at Barrendale Mesa to rebuild, along with some other Rabbids.
Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Because of a storm, the heroes were forced to jump out of the WM ARC Spaceship, and landed on Momma's balloon. Irritated, Momma told the heroes that she can't work at her garage because of the Darkmess Tentacle attacking the Windmill, causing the electrical storm. She then tasks the heroes to fix the Windmill.
After the Darkmess Tentacle was cleared, "Momma" then contacts the heroes to return to her garage. When the heroes return, they discover that Daphne captured Momma, and then battles the heroes. After the heroes defeat Daphne, Cursa attacks, but Rosalina temporarily breaks free, and helps the heroes escape. Momma then tells the heroes that they have hope to save Rosalina, and creates the Shield Buster for the heroes.
The following is a list of quotes made by Beep-0 describing the murals in detail.
- Mural 1
- "Fascinating - this is the first of several murals that tell the story of Momma, famed mechanic, and the warden here."
- "It all started when the wild and free Momma made a pit stop here for some beef jerky during a ten-planet, cross-galaxy road trip."
- Mural 2
- "Momma wasn't looking for trouble, but when she saw Rabbids being threatened by a mechanical monster, she came to their rescue!"
- "The Rabbids here had actually invented the ruinous robot, along with other monstrosities that tore the planet apart!"
- Mural 3
- "Momma felt a kinship with the Rabbids here who were living life "wild and free", like a solar-powered car without brakes."
- "Yet this freedom was costly - their recklessness reduced the once-bountiful planet into desert. Could they have it both ways?"
- Mural 4
- "Momma stuck around to show the Rabbids how to make their ingenuity work FOR them, versus against them."
- "They were fascinated - the thought of NOT fleeing in terror for their own creations had somehow never occurred to them."
- Mural 5
- "Although born with "itchy feet for the open road", Momma fell in love with this place, and made to a decision."
- "She used her entire life savings to open a garage and jerky hut, with the help from her new "thrill-seeking sidekicks"."
- Mural 6
- "It wasn't easy, but Momma taught the Rabbids here how to be responsible in mechanical engineering, robotics, and jerky-making."
- "The Rabbids began to model themselves after her. It was then that they gave her the nickname "Momma". Sniff!"
- Mural 7
- "Momma began a new life here, but there was a problem - without a way to fuel her new power grid, they couldn't rebuild."
- "There was only ONE alternative - the battery that was fueling the wild and wicked mechanical marauder, who was tearing up the planet just for kicks!"
- Mural 8
- "Momma had "civilized" the once savage Rabbids here, but now she needed them to go back to living like there was no tomorrow!"
- "They pooled everything they owned, used every ounce of ill-advised ingenuity to build... MECHA MOMMA!"
- Mural 9
- "Momma and the Rabbids busted up the mechanical mischief-maker and used its power source to fuel their new power grid."
- "Momma and the Rabbids then hit full throttle to transform Barrendale Mesa into a freedom-loving galaxy rider's paradise."
- Mural 10
- "The efforts to rebuild here were cut short by the arrival of the nastiest ne're-do-wells in the known galaxy - Cursa's army!"
- "Knowing the other, more populated planets were likely also in danger, Momma knew they had to act! But how?"
- Mural 11
- "With Cursa's army tearing the Galaxy apart, it was the Rabbids who surprised Momma with a "far out" plan of their own."
- "Having returned to their roots, but having learned something vaguely resembling responsibility, they hit the open Galaxy to help others!"
- Mural 12
- "Having so many Rabbids leave Barrendale Mesa to help fight against Cursa's minions meant rebuilding slowed to a trickle."
- "But if Cursa thought it could stop the rebuild entirely, then it wasn't counting on Momma and her Rabbids!"
Our visit to Barrendale Mesa was a critical diversion meant to enlist the help of Momma, warden and master mechanic. The endlessly inventive Rabbids there were without direction until her arrival, but she has since served as a mentor and mother figure to them.
- Lee Delong (English)
- Farahnaz Nikray (Japanese)
- Laëtitia Lefebvre (French)
- Elda Olivieri (Italian)
- Olga Cano (Spanish)
Names in other languages
|French||Môman||From "maman" (mommy)|
|Italian||Ma'||Apocope of "mamma" (mom)|