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  • Nipper Plant
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  • In Yoshi's Island, Nipper Plants come from Nipper Spores. Yoshi can egg it and eat it, or even use a Fire or Ice Watermelon or use a POW Block. They also appear in Yoshi's Island DS. In Super Mario RPG, the enemy, Nipper Plant is called Chompweed. Nipper Plants later appeared in Super Princess Peach. Princess Peach fights them, instead of Mario or Yoshi. One subspecies of it is the Sad Nipper Plant. File:Mario Pinball.png This Mario related article is a stub. Please help by expanding it. File:Mario Pinball.png
  • [[Category:Piranha Plants]] Nipper Plants are small baby Piranha Plants that appear in Super Mario World 2 and Yoshi's Story. They are very easy to get rid of, but they appear in groups. They appear when a Nipper Spore falls to the ground. This article is a . You can help My English Wiki by expanding it. They have also appeared In Super Princess Peach, as sad and/or normal. When they are sad they are blue with tears coming out of their eyes. When they are normal, they look like they usually do, in their regular appearance.
  • The Nipper Plant is a small plant that likes to 'take a bite' out of things. Nipper Plants will harm any character who touches them. The only ways to defeat a Nipper Plant are by projectiles or by a Starman. They have a counterpart version known as Muncher.
  • The Nipper Plant is a species of Piranha Plant that is seen mainly in Super Princess Peach. It is washed away when Peach cries and burned to a crisp when she is angry. Like most Piranha Plants, the Nipper Plant has a head resembling Pac-Man's head by a lot in certain games.
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  • Yoshi's Island DS
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  • Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island, Yoshi's Story, Yoshi's Island DS
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  • Super Mario World 2
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  • Species
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  • A Nipper Plant.
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  • Fall from the sky and walk around
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  • In Yoshi's Island, Nipper Plants come from Nipper Spores. Yoshi can egg it and eat it, or even use a Fire or Ice Watermelon or use a POW Block. They also appear in Yoshi's Island DS. In Super Mario RPG, the enemy, Nipper Plant is called Chompweed. Nipper Plants later appeared in Super Princess Peach. Princess Peach fights them, instead of Mario or Yoshi. One subspecies of it is the Sad Nipper Plant. File:Mario Pinball.png This Mario related article is a stub. Please help by expanding it. File:Mario Pinball.png
  • [[Category:Piranha Plants]] Nipper Plants are small baby Piranha Plants that appear in Super Mario World 2 and Yoshi's Story. They are very easy to get rid of, but they appear in groups. They appear when a Nipper Spore falls to the ground. This article is a . You can help My English Wiki by expanding it. They have also appeared In Super Princess Peach, as sad and/or normal. When they are sad they are blue with tears coming out of their eyes. When they are normal, they look like they usually do, in their regular appearance.
  • The Nipper Plant is a small plant that likes to 'take a bite' out of things. Nipper Plants will harm any character who touches them. The only ways to defeat a Nipper Plant are by projectiles or by a Starman. They have a counterpart version known as Muncher.
  • The Nipper Plant is a species of Piranha Plant that is seen mainly in Super Princess Peach. It is washed away when Peach cries and burned to a crisp when she is angry. Like most Piranha Plants, the Nipper Plant has a head resembling Pac-Man's head by a lot in certain games. Nipper Plants also return in Mario & Luigi: Dream Team where they are fought in Dreamy Driftwood Shore. Nipper Plants only appear from Piranha Plants after they have spit them up and they only appear in the background. Nipper Plants mainly attack by spitting fireballs at Mario, which he can use his hammer to deflect them back at the Piranha Plants. Once the Piranha Plants are defeated, the Nipper Plants will vanish as well.
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