Rage

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This article is about the Super Princess Peach vibe. For the status effect inflicted by Roy Koopa in Paper Mario: Color Splash, see Rage (status effect). For the status effect for Bowser in Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story, see Fury.
Artwork of Peach using the Rage vibe
The Rage vibe in effect

Rage is one of the vibes that Princess Peach can use during the events of Super Princess Peach. It is used by touching the red Heart Panel. Fire will appear all over Peach, making her invincible and destroying anything that she touches as well as scaring away a flock of small bats. It will also light up dark areas and push down switch buttons, springs in the battle against Wiggler, and angry-faced rocks. However, Peach will not be able to jump very high. Also, the music gets four times slower when Princess Peach uses this vibe.

Along with Princess Peach, several enemies throughout the game, such as the Goombas, Paragoombas, Green Koopas, Green Paratroopas, Bullet Bills, Banzai Bills, Boos, Big Boos, Pokeys, Spikes and Mecha-Spike Tops can utilize the Rage vibe. Bosses such as Boss P. Plant, Wiggler, Army Hammer Bro and Bowser can also use Rage to their advantage.

The Rage vibe appears in volume 37 of the Super Mario-Kun, where Baby Peach, equipped with Perry the parasol, uses it to defeat the Shroobsworth and Intern Shroob.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese [1]
Do
Rage
Spanish Furia Rage
French Furie Fury
Dutch Woede Rage
German Rage -
Chinese [2][3]
Rage

References[edit]

  1. ^ Super Princess Peach Japanese instruction booklet, page 19.
  2. ^ Official simplified Chinese website for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Retrieved March 18, 2020.
  3. ^ Official traditional Chinese website for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Retrieved March 18, 2020.