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  • Piranha Plant
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  • The Piranha Plant is a basic plant that lives in pipes. Piranha Plants just sprout up out of pipes for a few seconds and then recedes. Piranha plants can't be stomped, but they can be hit by fireballs, hammers, the Starman, and more. The Piranha Plants can be defeated by the hammers when they are in the pipe. Piranha Plants are a basic enemy, so they don't mean much harm.
  • A Piranha Plant, known as Packun Flower (パックン フラワー, Pakkun Furawā) in Japan, is an enemy almost always portrayed as a leafy, green stalk topped with a white-spotted red or green globe and sharp teeth.
  • They live in pipes in Super Paper Mario.
  • These Piranha Plants first appeared in super mario kart in the course Choco Island 1 and 2. There are scattered around the track and even some in the mud. They snap their petals and don't move around.
  • Two remakes of past tracks in the Mario Kart series appear in Mario Kart Wii, N64 Mario Raceway from Mario Kart 64 and GCN Mario Circuit replicated from Mario Kart: Double Dash!!. Both of these tracks' Piranha Plants return as well.
  • The Piranha Plant is a common enemy in the Mario series. They are evil flowers with teeth that typically hide in pipes.
  • A variety of enemies in the game unlike in previous games they are much more versatile.
  • The Piranha Plant (Known as Planta Piraña in Spanish) is a flower species, and also a common enemy from the Super Mario series. There appearance is that of a normal flower with a round head replacing the flower. Their heads are usually red with white spots, but they can come in a variety of colors, which occasionally affects their abilities. They are most commonly found in pipes, but have also appeared growing freely in the ground. While most are stationary, a select few have mutated, allowing them to freely walk around.Some are able to breath fire balls.
  • Piranha Plants are a carnivorous plant in the Mario universe which rise from Warp Pipes.
  • Piranha Plants are large, carnivorous plants encountered throughout the Mario series; Piranha Plants are seemingly based-off Venus Flytraps, eating anything that approaches them. The head of a Piranha Plant is most commonly either red or green with multiple other colors. Originally, Piranha Plants were found exclusively in Warp Pipes, either darting-out and biting anything near or remaining still and spitting fireballs. Currently, Piranha Plants can be found both in and out of pipes and their fire-breathing ability is now rarely used.
  • Piranha Plants are similar in appearence to the venus fly trap. They have teeth to chomp with and have a red head with white spots. If Yoshi gets too close to a Piranha Plant, it will swallow him, and Baby Mario will float off in a bubble. After a few seconds, the Piranha Plant will spit him out and Yoshi will have to catch Baby Mario. Another variety is a green Piranha Plant. It doesn't eat Yoshi, but instead shoots spikey cactus-like balls at him. It must be hit three times before dying, unlike the regular Piranha Plant, which dies after one shot. It turns orange then red then dies.
  • A Piranha Plant, known as Packun Flower (Pakkun Furawā) in Japan, is an enemy in Nintendo's Mario franchise. It is a Venus fly trap-like enemy, almost always portrayed as a leafy, green stalk topped with a white-spotted red globe, almost bisected by a white lip mouth with razor-sharp teeth. Piranha Plants typically hide within pipes, periodically emerging and ensnaring unwary passersby. Others live entirely outside pipes, being either rooted in the ground or even walking about on root-like legs. They have otherwise changed little since their first appearance, but they have also appeared in various forms and sub-species such as the poisonous Putrid Piranha, the Ice Piranha, the Pale Piranha, the Glad Piranha Plant, and Dino Piranha, among others.
  • A Piranha Plant is an enemy in the Mario series. The enemy is a large plant with a round head and a mouthful of teeth that will pop out of a pipe usually. His first appearance was in Super Mario Bros. where he would pop out of a pipe. These were green colored plants that wouldn't come out if the player stood directly next to the pipe. In Super Mario Bros. 2, a red variant was introduced. These were faster and would always pop out whether or not Mario stood next to or over a pipe. Though they are usually in pipes, they sometimes aren't, such as in Super Mario 64 where all the Piranha Plants are on ground.
  • Piranha Plants are enemies from The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening. These enemies only appear in the side-scrolling platform areas of Koholint Island, and can be defeated with one sword strike, regardless of the currently equipped sword. Their only attack pattern is to rise from their pipes and return into them. Unlike some of their counterparts in the Mario series, they do not spit fireballs. Interestingly, the Japanese manual for the original Legend of Zelda states that Testitart (Manhandla) is a giant Pakkun Flower (Piranha Plant).
  • Piranha Plants later appear in Mario Kart Wii. They make appearances in Mario Raceway and Mario Circuit (GCN), which are both retro courses that appear in different cups. However, in the two courses, their appearance is different. In Mario Raceway, Piranha Plants have only a head placed on grassy patches, and cause players to spin out (most likely) if they come in contact with them. In Mario Circuit (GCN) they are one of the many obstacles that appear in the course (along with Goombas and a Chain Chomp). These enemies are found in Warp Pipe-like pots. When players pass by they try to stretch out and bite them, much like they do in Super Mario Galaxy, however with a faster pace than in SMG. Much like getting hit by the Chain Chomp, if the players are hit by the plants' mouth, their Bike/Kar
  • Piranha Plant ("Pakkun" in Japan) is a Venus fly trap-like enemy, almost always portrayed as a leafy green stalk topped with a white-spotted red head, bisected by a white lip mouth with sharp teeth. They have shown up many times in the series, typically hide within pipes (sometimes pipes Mario can go into), and come out whenever something passes close by. Some species can also spit fireballs. Others live entirely outside pipes, being either rooted in the ground or even walking about on root like legs. When Mario is standing on a pipe, they have the tendency to stay in the pipe. Piranha Plants originally appeared in Super Mario Bros.
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  • If anything wanders nearby, they're
  • It hides in pipes to ambush its prey.
  • in for one heck of a chomp.
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  • A dangerous Piranha Plant.
Found
  • Platform areas
Box Title
  • Piranha Plant
  • (Carnivorous MarioMon)
Latest Appearance
Games
  • Various
Portrayer
  • Himself
Jobs
  • Working for Bowser
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  • None
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  • None
Name
  • Piranha Plant
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  • Species
AP
  • 9
Notable
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  • Bad
Caption
  • A Piranha Plant from New Super Mario Bros.
  • Artwork of a Piranha Plant
  • An average Piranha Plant from New Super Mario Bros. U coming out of a green pipe
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  • Super Mario Bros.
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  • Evil/Creepy
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  • 57
Species
  • Plant
Title
  • Piranha Plant
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  • 60
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  • D
firstgame
  • Super Mario Bros.
  • Link's Awakening
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  • 0
Hobbies
  • Holding People Hostage
Universe
Attacks
  • Contact
  • Fireballs
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  • 15
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  • Sleepy Sheep
Located
  • Various
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  • Pplant.png
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  • Male
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  • Forever Forest/Pit of 100 Trials
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  • Carnivorous Plant
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  • The Piranha Plant is a basic plant that lives in pipes. Piranha Plants just sprout up out of pipes for a few seconds and then recedes. Piranha plants can't be stomped, but they can be hit by fireballs, hammers, the Starman, and more. The Piranha Plants can be defeated by the hammers when they are in the pipe. Piranha Plants are a basic enemy, so they don't mean much harm.
  • A Piranha Plant, known as Packun Flower (パックン フラワー, Pakkun Furawā) in Japan, is an enemy almost always portrayed as a leafy, green stalk topped with a white-spotted red or green globe and sharp teeth.
  • A Piranha Plant is an enemy in the Mario series. The enemy is a large plant with a round head and a mouthful of teeth that will pop out of a pipe usually. His first appearance was in Super Mario Bros. where he would pop out of a pipe. These were green colored plants that wouldn't come out if the player stood directly next to the pipe. In Super Mario Bros. 2, a red variant was introduced. These were faster and would always pop out whether or not Mario stood next to or over a pipe. Though they are usually in pipes, they sometimes aren't, such as in Super Mario 64 where all the Piranha Plants are on ground. In Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island, the player would have to throw eggs at his head a certain amount of times until he would die depending on what color he is. Some Piranha Plants can also shoot fire balls out of their mouths, and this type of plant is called a Venus Fire Trap. In addition to the Mario platformer games, the species have also appeared as obstacles in Mario Sports, such as in the Mario Kart series and Mario Superstar Baseball where they would try to bite anything that came near them.
  • A Piranha Plant, known as Packun Flower (Pakkun Furawā) in Japan, is an enemy in Nintendo's Mario franchise. It is a Venus fly trap-like enemy, almost always portrayed as a leafy, green stalk topped with a white-spotted red globe, almost bisected by a white lip mouth with razor-sharp teeth. Piranha Plants typically hide within pipes, periodically emerging and ensnaring unwary passersby. Others live entirely outside pipes, being either rooted in the ground or even walking about on root-like legs. They have otherwise changed little since their first appearance, but they have also appeared in various forms and sub-species such as the poisonous Putrid Piranha, the Ice Piranha, the Pale Piranha, the Glad Piranha Plant, and Dino Piranha, among others. Most Piranha Plants live in pipes and occasionally come out to chomp at weary passers, however, the ones growing on Yoshi's Island swallow Yoshis whole, and the Putrid/Frost Piranhas sprout from place to place to attack passers. Even still, Piranha Plants seem to swallow Yoshis whole compared to biting them. On the television series based on Super Mario Bros., Piranha Plants made various appearances, usually acting as obstacles for the heroes, like in the games. They have also appeared rarely in the Legend of Zelda series, most notably The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening.
  • They live in pipes in Super Paper Mario.
  • These Piranha Plants first appeared in super mario kart in the course Choco Island 1 and 2. There are scattered around the track and even some in the mud. They snap their petals and don't move around.
  • Piranha Plant ("Pakkun" in Japan) is a Venus fly trap-like enemy, almost always portrayed as a leafy green stalk topped with a white-spotted red head, bisected by a white lip mouth with sharp teeth. They have shown up many times in the series, typically hide within pipes (sometimes pipes Mario can go into), and come out whenever something passes close by. Some species can also spit fireballs. Others live entirely outside pipes, being either rooted in the ground or even walking about on root like legs. When Mario is standing on a pipe, they have the tendency to stay in the pipe. Piranha Plants originally appeared in Super Mario Bros. On the television series based on Super Mario Bros., Piranha Plants made various appearances, usually acting as obstacles for the heroes, much as they do in the games. In the Super Mario Bros. 3 cartoon, Venus Fire Traps and Ptooie Plants were used in a manner similar to guns. In Super Mario Galaxy, they would instead be planted in a flower patch and moves as far as it's stem will let it and try to attack Mario.
  • Piranha Plants are enemies from The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening. These enemies only appear in the side-scrolling platform areas of Koholint Island, and can be defeated with one sword strike, regardless of the currently equipped sword. Their only attack pattern is to rise from their pipes and return into them. Unlike some of their counterparts in the Mario series, they do not spit fireballs. Piranha Plants are based upon enemies from the Super Mario Bros. series, first appearing in Super Mario Bros.. Piranha Plants appear along with enemies and characters from other Nintendo games. They are very similar to Deku Babas. Interestingly, the Japanese manual for the original Legend of Zelda states that Testitart (Manhandla) is a giant Pakkun Flower (Piranha Plant).
  • Two remakes of past tracks in the Mario Kart series appear in Mario Kart Wii, N64 Mario Raceway from Mario Kart 64 and GCN Mario Circuit replicated from Mario Kart: Double Dash!!. Both of these tracks' Piranha Plants return as well.
  • Piranha Plants later appear in Mario Kart Wii. They make appearances in Mario Raceway and Mario Circuit (GCN), which are both retro courses that appear in different cups. However, in the two courses, their appearance is different. In Mario Raceway, Piranha Plants have only a head placed on grassy patches, and cause players to spin out (most likely) if they come in contact with them. In Mario Circuit (GCN) they are one of the many obstacles that appear in the course (along with Goombas and a Chain Chomp). These enemies are found in Warp Pipe-like pots. When players pass by they try to stretch out and bite them, much like they do in Super Mario Galaxy, however with a faster pace than in SMG. Much like getting hit by the Chain Chomp, if the players are hit by the plants' mouth, their Bike/Kart will flip over. Also, if the player was holding a Bob-omb and they got hit by a Piranha Plant's mouth as it attacks, their Bob-omb will explode, sending them flipping into the air. If one has the effects of the Star on them, they can hit the Piranha Plant's Warp Pipe-like pot or let them attack them. If the enemies get hit by this, they will wiggle around as if in pain. They also do this when someone (or you) uses Lightning. Piranha Plants also appear in Mario Super Sluggers. Here, they can be found residing in Yoshi Park. They can take a ball, go into a pipe, and transport the ball to another part of the field. They can also stun any fielders who come in contact with them. The minigame Piranha Panic can be found in this game. Players must pitch the right balls into the correct-colored Piranha Plants to earn points. Players must also avoid getting stunned by the Piranha Plants. In Mario Party 8, Piranha Plants can be found in King Boo's Haunted Hideaway, where they act as hazards and take Coins from the player when they land on a ? Space. In the minigame, Winner or Dinner, Piranha Plants appear along with Spiny Eggs. They eat any players that they bite. A Piranha Plant is also one of the many hidden characters to be found in the minigame, Spector Inspector. In Mario Party 9, Piranha Plants can be found on the map of Toad Road. They probably do nothing or try to attack the players as they proceed. They also appear in minigames. In Speeding Bullets, they appear out of Warp Pipes and slow down the player's Bullet Bill if they come in contact with them. In Piranha Patch, Piranha Plants grow from buds and take one point from players that they attack. Piranha Plants also appear during the Wiggler's boss battle in Wiggler Bounce as hazards. They take away a point from players that come in contact with them while they fight the Wiggler. Piranha Plants also have their own constellation, which is named "Gluttonous Gobbler".
  • The Piranha Plant is a common enemy in the Mario series. They are evil flowers with teeth that typically hide in pipes.
  • A variety of enemies in the game unlike in previous games they are much more versatile.
  • The Piranha Plant (Known as Planta Piraña in Spanish) is a flower species, and also a common enemy from the Super Mario series. There appearance is that of a normal flower with a round head replacing the flower. Their heads are usually red with white spots, but they can come in a variety of colors, which occasionally affects their abilities. They are most commonly found in pipes, but have also appeared growing freely in the ground. While most are stationary, a select few have mutated, allowing them to freely walk around.Some are able to breath fire balls.
  • Piranha Plants are a carnivorous plant in the Mario universe which rise from Warp Pipes.
  • Piranha Plants are large, carnivorous plants encountered throughout the Mario series; Piranha Plants are seemingly based-off Venus Flytraps, eating anything that approaches them. The head of a Piranha Plant is most commonly either red or green with multiple other colors. Originally, Piranha Plants were found exclusively in Warp Pipes, either darting-out and biting anything near or remaining still and spitting fireballs. Currently, Piranha Plants can be found both in and out of pipes and their fire-breathing ability is now rarely used.
  • Piranha Plants are similar in appearence to the venus fly trap. They have teeth to chomp with and have a red head with white spots. If Yoshi gets too close to a Piranha Plant, it will swallow him, and Baby Mario will float off in a bubble. After a few seconds, the Piranha Plant will spit him out and Yoshi will have to catch Baby Mario. Another variety is a green Piranha Plant. It doesn't eat Yoshi, but instead shoots spikey cactus-like balls at him. It must be hit three times before dying, unlike the regular Piranha Plant, which dies after one shot. It turns orange then red then dies. Piranha Fish are also seen in Naval Piranha's fortress. They behave similarly to regular Piranha Plants. However, they do not die if you hit them with an egg. Notable Piranha Plants are Petey Piranha and Naval Piranha.
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