Vegetables are items that can be pulled out of the ground in Subcon in Super Mario Bros. 2 and used as a weapon. They are the only effective weapon against Wart, and in actual fact one of the varieties of Vegetable isn't seen before your encounter with the bad boy.
There are two varieties of vegetable; ripe and unripe. The ripe vegetables are considerably larger; but are still just as effective when thrown.
It can be plucked with and can be thrown at enemies.
- The Super Mario Bros. Super Show - are used in various episodes to defeat their enemies (the Koopa Pack and King Koopa) in a similar manner to Super Mario Bros. 2. The vegetable throwing sound is also recycled for this and other things such as the launching of a Bullet Bill and the launching of a Fireball.
The comic's first page illustrated Mario and Wario's childhood. There were numerous vegetables in the background, and Wario picked a vegetable like how they function in Super Mario Bros. 2. Wario recalled Mario asking to pick vegetables in the garden. Mario picked turnips and Wario picked piranha flowers.
Using the e-Cards, vegetables can be brought into the game by activating the Blue Green Switch.
- Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker - In the recent Wii U game, vegetables can be plucked out of the ground by Captain Toad or Toadette and thrown at enemies. This is one of the only ways to defeat enemies in the game.
Vegetable[note 1] is Peach and Daisy's down special, used as a projectile. Peach/Daisy picks up a vegetable when on ground and tosses it to an opponent, different items deal damage. All of their vegetables varies expressions, indicating to a separate amount of inflicted damage (the one with stitches on its mouth will cause a respectable 36% damage). Peach and Daisy may pick up Mr. Saturn or a Bob-omb.
- ↑ Not to be confused with the trophy of the same name.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 jugeeya (2019-03-17). We found the first real difference between Peach and Daisy!. Twitter. Retrieved on 2019-07-05. “Peach's turnips do 25 BKB w/ 45 KBG, whereas Daisy's do 30 BKB w/ 35 KBG.”