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A '''Launch Star''' is a object in ''[[Super Mario Galaxy]]'' that was created to launch [[Mario]] to across great distances through space. In order to use it you must [[Star Spin]] while within its boundaries. There is also a similar but weaker variant, the [[Sling Star]].
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|name = Launch Star
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|image = [[File:Launch Star Art - Super Mario Galaxy.png|200px]]
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|caption = A Launch Star as seen in ''[[Super Mario Galaxy]]''
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|first = ''[[Super Mario Galaxy]]'' (2007)
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|games = ''[[Super Mario Galaxy]]''<br />''[[Super Mario Galaxy 2]]''<br />''[[Super Smash Bros. Ultimate]]''
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|owner = [[Rosalina]] (''[[Super Smash Bros. 4]]'' and ''[[Super Smash Bros. Ultimate|Ultimate]]''
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|effects = Launches [[Mario]] from planet to planet
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}}A '''Launch Star''' is an object in ''[[Super Mario Galaxy]]'' and ''[[Super Mario Galaxy 2]]''. They are very common.
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==''Super Mario Galaxy''==
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As their name suggests, these items are used to launch [[Mario]] across great distances through space. In order to use them, Mario must use his [[Star Spin]] while within their boundaries. They typically launch Mario at a speed of 100 metres (110 yards) per second (225 kilometres (144 miles) per hour)
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There are different variants of Launch Stars. When Mario feeds a [[Hungry Luma]], it will transform into either a planet or a galaxy and will leave behind a Pink Launch Star to get Mario there. After collecting the three [[Green Power Star]]s, Green Launch Stars will send Mario to the [[Trial Galaxies]].
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In the sequel, ''Super Mario Galaxy 2'', Launch Stars act exactly the same as they did in the previous game. There is also a similar but weaker variant in both games, the [[Sling Star]].
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==''Super Smash Bros. Ultimate''==
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Launch Stars return as items in ''[[Super Smash Bros. Ultimate]]'' as throwing items (though they are renamed Super Launch Star). Their victim will be launched in the direction the user threw them. Unlike most throwing items, Launch Stars can affect their summoner. Before they are planeted, Launch Stars are small, but these items grow to their full size whenever you plant them. [[Rosalina]] also summons this item for her Up Special Move, where she launches out of it immediately. However, it sports a rainbow pattern as opposed to being orange like it was.
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==Gallary==
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<gallery>
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Pinklaunchstar.png|A Pink Launch Star
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greenlaunchstar.png|A Green Launch Star
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slingstar.jpg|The similar, yet weaker, Sling Star
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</gallery>
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==Names in other Languages==
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*Spanish: El Anillo Estelar (Literally "Stellar Ring". Genitive: Lois Anillis Estelárius)
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*Italian: Il Maxistella Láncio (Maxi Launch Star. First Declension Masculine)
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**Genitive Singular: Lóis Maxistélles Lancíis
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**Dative Singular: Lói Maxistéllai Lancíoi
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**Accusative Singular: Lo Maxistélla(m) Láncio(m)
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**Ablative Singular: Lod(e) Maxistéllad Lánciod
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**Nominative Plural: I Maxistélle Láncii
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**Genitive Plural: Lóro Maxistelláro Lancióro
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**Dative/Ablative Plural: Glis Maxistellábus Lánciis
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**Accusative Plural: Los Maxistéllas Láncios
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*French: Super Anneau Estoile (Super Star Ring)
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*Japanese: Sutā Ringu (Transliteration of Star Ring. The accurate name would be Hoshi no Wa (Ring of the Stars).)
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Latest revision as of 12:00, May 4, 2020

A Launch Star is an object in Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2. They are very common.

Super Mario GalaxyEdit

As their name suggests, these items are used to launch Mario across great distances through space. In order to use them, Mario must use his Star Spin while within their boundaries. They typically launch Mario at a speed of 100 metres (110 yards) per second (225 kilometres (144 miles) per hour)

There are different variants of Launch Stars. When Mario feeds a Hungry Luma, it will transform into either a planet or a galaxy and will leave behind a Pink Launch Star to get Mario there. After collecting the three Green Power Stars, Green Launch Stars will send Mario to the Trial Galaxies.

In the sequel, Super Mario Galaxy 2, Launch Stars act exactly the same as they did in the previous game. There is also a similar but weaker variant in both games, the Sling Star.

Super Smash Bros. UltimateEdit

Launch Stars return as items in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate as throwing items (though they are renamed Super Launch Star). Their victim will be launched in the direction the user threw them. Unlike most throwing items, Launch Stars can affect their summoner. Before they are planeted, Launch Stars are small, but these items grow to their full size whenever you plant them. Rosalina also summons this item for her Up Special Move, where she launches out of it immediately. However, it sports a rainbow pattern as opposed to being orange like it was.

GallaryEdit

Names in other LanguagesEdit

  • Spanish: El Anillo Estelar (Literally "Stellar Ring". Genitive: Lois Anillis Estelárius)
  • Italian: Il Maxistella Láncio (Maxi Launch Star. First Declension Masculine)
    • Genitive Singular: Lóis Maxistélles Lancíis
    • Dative Singular: Lói Maxistéllai Lancíoi
    • Accusative Singular: Lo Maxistélla(m) Láncio(m)
    • Ablative Singular: Lod(e) Maxistéllad Lánciod
    • Nominative Plural: I Maxistélle Láncii
    • Genitive Plural: Lóro Maxistelláro Lancióro
    • Dative/Ablative Plural: Glis Maxistellábus Lánciis
    • Accusative Plural: Los Maxistéllas Láncios
  • French: Super Anneau Estoile (Super Star Ring)
  • Japanese: Sutā Ringu (Transliteration of Star Ring. The accurate name would be Hoshi no Wa (Ring of the Stars).)


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