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Screenshot of an enemy from Super Mario Bros. Wonder
Multiple magenta Sugarstars
First appearance Super Mario Bros. Wonder (2023)

Sugarstars are shiny, geometric enemies from Super Mario Bros. Wonder. They are first introduced in the level The Sugarstar Trial: Across the Night Sky, a level where many of them appear. They fly around in a circular pattern, often forming together to make a wave-like motion. They come in both magenta and green, with magenta Sugarstars being speedy while green ones are much slower. When one gets hit, instead of being defeated entirely, it regenerates its crystal body after a few seconds. They also emit a sparkly trail as they soar.

The design and Japanese name of the Sugarstars are based on the Japanese sugar candy konpeitō, much like Star Bits.


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Internal names[edit]

Game File Name Meaning

Super Mario Bros. Wonder G:/romfs/Model/EnemyKonpei.bfres.zs Konpei Japanese name
Super Mario Bros. Wonder G:/romfs/Pack/Actor/EnemyKonpei.pack.zs Konpei Japanese name

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese コンペイ
Clipped form of「金平糖」(konpeitō, a Japanese sugar candy)
Chinese 金平怪
Jīnpíng Guài
"Konpei" Monster
French Sucrétoile Portmanteau of "sucre" (sugar) and "étoile" (star)
German Schwärmer Agentive form of "Schwärmen" (to swarm)
Italian Caramellotto From "caramella" (candy) and the masculine diminutive suffix "-otto"
Korean 사탕바위
From "砂糖" (satang, "candy" in Sino-Korean) and "바위" (bawi, rock)
Portuguese Confeitino From "confeito" (confectionery) and masculine diminutive suffix "-ino"
Russian Сладкоеж
Play on "сладкий" (sladkiy, sweet) and "ёж" (yozh, hedgehog/urchin), also on "сладкоежка" (sladkoezhka, "sweet tooth")
Spanish (NOA) Confito Masculine form of "confitar" (confectionery, synonym for "candy")
Spanish (NOE) Anisiris Portmanteau of "anís" (anise) and "arco iris" (rainbow)