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Image for Squashettes Memory in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
Squashette Memory image
First appearance Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope (2022)
Variant of Squasher
Notable members
Giant Squashette

Squashettes are Rabbid enemies that appear in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope, first encountered in the Palette Prime battle Forest Rush. They are the female counterparts of Squashers. Like Squashers, they carry Thwomps on their backs. A larger version, known as Giant Squashette, appears as an optional boss in Pristine Peaks.

Squashettes act similarly to their male counterparts, though they do not land directly on top of their targets, instead landing close to them. Whenever Squashettes land, they cause a Gust shockwave around them, dealing damage to all heroes in range, as well as causing the Gust Super Effect. Squashettes also tend to jump every turn, and can jump across gaps and to higher ground. They are weak to Frostbite and resistant to Gust.

The Spark Squashette Master summons a Squashette ally, although it is bright blue to distinguish itself from the enemy Squashettes.

Squashettes look like Squashers, except they wear blue cone hats, as well as blue dresses. They also have long, black eyelashes.


Tacticam analysis[edit]

Squashette icon from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope SQUASHETTE
Leaps high into the air, landing near as many opponents as possible to inflict a Gust attack that sends them flying backwards.
Frostbite weakness icon from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope FROSTBITE Gust resistance icon from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope GUST
Palette Prime
Terra Flora
Barrendale Mesa
Cursa's stronghold
  • Movement
    • Tremor Toss
      • Inflicts damage and repels all targets within its area of effect.

Memory bio[edit]


Another pig merged with the DNA of a Rabbid and made vicious by Cursa. Oddly enough, it believes itself to be a ballet dancer. While it is graceful - especially considering the Thwomp it carries on its back - it is the explosion of air it generates after pirouetting into the sky that impresses. They despise cold, but as they are weighed down by their Thwomps they are impervious to strong winds.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ストンパレッテ
Italian Suiniglia From "suino" (swine) and "coniglia" (female rabbit)
Spanish Gorrinadora