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'Mario & Luigi: Dream Team'
Location Dreamy Mount Pajamaja (peak area)
HP 125
Power 137
Defense 98
Speed 70
Experience gained 50 (60 with Quick Level)
Coins dropped 20
Item dropped Super Candy (5%)
Secret Box (1%)
Jump Spiny
Hammer Normal
No Hitter 24
World Dream
  • Parentheses represent Japanese versions different from the American and European versions.
  • Gray statistics shows that they are found just in the game's coding and not available during normal gameplay.

Magmads are enemies that appear in Mario & Luigi: Dream Team. They make their lair in Dreamy Mount Pajamaja. Their name is a pun on "magma" (molten rock) and "mad" (colloquial word for "angry", can also mean "insane" or "crazy"). In the fields, Magmads burst into flames and chase after Mario and Luigi, stopping after a few seconds and becoming vulnerable to an ambush. Magmads are level 18 with 125 hit points, 137 power, 98 defense, and 70 speed, giving 50 experience and dropping 20 coins along with a Super Candy and/or Secret Box upon their defeat.

During battle, Magmads cannot be jumped on due to their flaming heads. Both Magmads and their colder counterparts called Iceads can be fought together and attack in tandem. Their first attack involves stacking up on both sides of the Mario Bros. and firing fireballs and ice blasts. Mario and Luigi can save their skin by jumping over the lower blasts (Press the corresponding target's button with good timing to avoid the blast completely.) and ducking under the higher ones (no command required). The second attack involves making themselves liquid and then ambushing the Bros. Mario and Luigi must use their hammers to smash the enemies as the Magmads and Iceads stick their heads up to attack.

Magmads can attack on their own by charging the Bros. while on fire. This attack can be avoided if the Bros. jump over the attack completely, but sometimes, the Magmads's flame goes out, meaning their head can be stomped on. Magmads can Burn their victim.

Magmads can become Iceads upon taking damage and vice versa.