Zee Egg

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Zee Egg
Zee Egg as it appears in Mario & Luigi: Dream Team.
BP/SP/CP needed 15
Location Mushrise Park (obtained from Eldream)
First appearance Mario & Luigi: Dream Team
Dream Team description Slide the Circle Pad left/right to align the Zeekeeper and the Wakeorb. Once the Wakeorb and the Zeekeeper are aligned, Mario or Luigi will jump out! Use the A Button for Mario and the B Button for Luigi to hit the Wakeorb!
Luigi prepares to hit the Wake Orb.

Zee Egg is Mario's last available Bros. Attack in Mario & Luigi: Dream Team. Unlike his other Bros. Attacks, Mario obtains this by speaking to Eldream in Mushrise Park once all 52 Pi'illos scattered across Pi'illo Island are rescued; doing so yields the 10 Attack Pieces for this attack. The attack costs 15 BP and hits all enemies on screen at once. Mario and Luigi's hammers influence this attack's power and damage.

Upon use, Mario takes out the Zee Egg and throws it into the arena, summoning the Zeekeeper. The Zeekeeper carries Mario and Luigi up into the sky and shoots out a Wake Orb, which descends toward the enemies, the Zeekeeper chasing after it. The player must use the Circle Pad to move the Zeekeeper from side to side to line him up with the Wake Orb, and press either A Button or B Button when Mario and/or Luigi jump towards the orb to make them pound it with their hammers and increase the power of the attack. If Mario and Luigi hit it enough, the attack will yield an "Excellent!" rating and the Wake Orb will explode on the target, heavily damaging it, slightly harming the other enemies and having a chance to decrease their defense.

If Mario and Luigi do not hit the Wake Orb enough times, the attack will go on as normal, but deals less damage with either an "OK", "Good" or "Great" rating depending on how much it was hit beforehand. Finally, if the player fails to press the button to make Mario or Luigi properly hit the Wake Orb, they will fall past it and will begin falling at a slower pace than the Zeekeeper. They can then either be caught by the Zeekeeper which continues the attack or fall off screen, the latter ending the attack prematurely.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ドリームエッグ
Dorīmu Eggu
Dream Egg
Dutch Snurk-ei Snore egg
French (NOE) Œuf de rêve Dream egg
German Eiertanz Egg dance
Italian Uovo dei sogni Egg of dreams
Portuguese Ovo Dodorminhoco Zeekeeper Egg
Russian Храп-яйцо
Spanish (NOA) Huevo Zee Zee Egg
Spanish (NOE) Ovosomnus From ovo, that means huevo (egg) and Avisomnus (Zeekeeper)