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Not to be confused with Trapdragon.
Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars promotional artwork: A Fink Flower
First appearance Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars (1996)
Latest appearance Super Mario RPG (Nintendo Switch) (2023)
Fink Flower

Snapdragons are animate flowers found in Rose Way in Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars and its remake. Snapdragons are usually found with Crooks and Starslaps and either attack by whipping with their vines or using their "Pollen Nap" attack which can put a party member to sleep.

Snapdragons are named after a real flower of the same name, though they look nothing alike.

Profiles and statistics[edit]

Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars[edit]

Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars enemy
Battle idle animation of a Snapdragon from Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars HP 90 FP 100 Speed 4 Yoshi Cookie Sleepy Bomb
Attack 28 Magic attack 31 Location(s) Rose Way Bonus Flower HP Max! (20%)
Defense 25 Magic defense 25 Weak Fire Items Mushroom (25%)
Evade 0% Magic evade 0% Strong None Morph rate 75%
Coins 3 Exp. points 4 Spells None Sp. attacks Pollen Nap (CP)
Psychopath "I did a lot in my youth."

Japanese Psychopath quote[edit]

  • あたいもさあ。昔はいろいろあったのよね。[1] (I used to do a lot of things, you know.)

Super Mario RPG (Nintendo Switch)[edit]

Image of a Snapdragon from the Nintendo Switch version of Super Mario RPG
HP 90
Exp. 4
Weak Elements Fire
Weak Statuses FearPoisonSleepMute
Drops Mushroom
Rare Drops N/A
Found In Rose Way
Monster List profile
The sleep pollen that Snapdragons produce doesn't work on them, so sleep-deprived Snapdragons use the pollen from their friends instead.
Thought Peek
I've seen a lot in this life.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese イヴ
Chinese 伊芙
Eve; from the Japanese name
Dutch Geeuwenbek Portmanteau of "geeuwen" (to yawn) and "leeuwebek" (snapdragon)
French Narcifle From "narcisse" (daffodil) and "siffle" (whistle)
German Löwenmaul Lion's mouth; snapdragon
Italian Bocca di leone Lion's mouth; pun on "dente di leone" (dandelion; lit. "lion's tooth")
Korean 이브
Eve; from the Japanese name
Spanish Boca de león Lion Mouth, pun on "diente de león" (dandelion; lit. "lion's tooth")