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Flarets are round fireballs that can be used by Bowletta to attack. They appear in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga and the remake. Flarets resemble circles with a sexagonal honeycomb pattern on their surface.


Bowletta uses Flarets to attack and recover 35 HP (99 HP in the remake) for herself. A Flaret by itself has 10 hit points, an attack strength of 95, a defense strength of 160, an initiative speed of 300, and drops no rewards upon defeat.


Mario and Luigi must prepare to jump over Flarets, although some of them might jump over the Bros, who must duck under them instead (no inputs required). Flarets can be healed by Mario and Luigi's Fire and Thunder attacks. Mario and Luigi cannot jump on the Flarets except with the Splash Bros. attack.

Names in other languages

In Japanese, Flarets are referred to as meramera, which means "flaring up" and is written as メラメラ in Katakana. Their Chinese name, Chìrè Huǒqiú, literally means "burning hot fireball". In German, they are called flamy, which may come from "flame". Their Spanish name, Brisatún, comes from "brasa" (ember), and the Italian versions of the game call them Fjammello, which is a genderswap of Fjammella (little flame).