Sentry Beam

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Sentry Beam
LaserRobot.png
First appearance Super Mario Galaxy (2007)
Latest appearance Super Mario 3D All-Stars (2020)
Relatives
Ball Beamer
Eye Beamer
Jump Beamer
Ring Beamer

Sentry Beams[1] are metallic robots that appear in Super Mario Galaxy and its sequel, Super Mario Galaxy 2. They are invulnerable enemies that attack by firing lasers from their mouths at Mario or Luigi.

History[edit]

An idle Sentry Beam

Super Mario Galaxy[edit]

Sentry Beams debut in Super Mario Galaxy, first appearing in the Battlerock Galaxy. They also appear in Bowser Jr.'s Airship Armada and the Toy Time Galaxy. Sentry Beams are stationary robots that hover in place, firing a laser at Mario or Luigi if he approaches them. They cannot be destroyed by any means, but if Mario or Luigi stands on top of them, they cease all motion until he gets off and starts to move again.

Super Mario Galaxy 2[edit]

Sentry Beams reappear in Super Mario Galaxy 2, and they are encountered only in the Mario Squared Galaxy and the Grandmaster Galaxy. They behave identically to their first appearance.

Additional names[edit]

Internal names[edit]

Game File Name Meaning

Super Mario Galaxy
Super Mario Galaxy 2
ObjectData/SearchBeamer.arc SearchBeamer Transliteration of below
Super Mario Galaxy
Super Mario Galaxy 2
StageData/ObjNameTable.arc/ObjNameTable.tbl
SystemData/ObjNameTable.arc/ObjNameTable.tbl
サーチビーマー (Sāchi Bīmā) Search Beamer

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese レーザーポッド[2]
Rēzā Poddo
Laser Pod
French Laserpod Laser-Pod
German Laser-Roboter Laser Robot
Italian Laser Sentinella[3] Sentry Laser
Spanish (NOE) Unidad Láser (Super Mario Galaxy)
Láser Centinela (Super Mario Galaxy 2)
Laser Unit
Sentinel Laser

References[edit]

  1. ^ Browne, Catherine. Super Mario Galaxy 2 PRIMA Official Game Guide. Page 29.
  2. ^ Shogakukan. 2015. Super Mario Bros. Hyakka: Nintendo Kōshiki Guidebook, pages 128 and 161.
  3. ^ Super Mario Bros. Enciclopedia; pagg. 128 & 161