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Peach Beam
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Peach standing beside the Peach Beam, trapping Wario and Black Mage.
Universe Mario
User(s) Peach (Super Smash Flash 2)
Type Basic[1]
Effect A large beam drags opponents into the skies while they sustain continuous damage.

Peach Beam (ピーチフラッシュ) was originally Peach's Final Smash in Super Smash Flash 2 prior to Beta 1.2, where it was replaced by Peach Blossom.


When performed, Peach would summon Twink, her small star companion, who would create a pink energy beam. The other 7 Star Spirits would then create a larger beam, giving the attack more range. This attack could drag opponents upwards while dealing multiple hits of 1% damage each. Peach was able to move freely during this move and attack the trapped opponents, racking up even more damage.


Mario using Peach Beam in Paper Mario.

Peach Beam is an ability that Mario could perform in Paper Mario. It was an upgraded version of Star Beam that helped him nullify the Star Rod's power in the last battle against Bowser.

Although Peach could never perform the attack, it was her wish to grant more power to the Star Spirits that upgraded the Star Beam into a more powerful move. Twink, who helped Peach throughout the game, also plays an important role on the attack, adding both his power and the wish's power to the beam.



Early designs


  1. The "Basic" category is retroactively applied to this Final Smash due to not having an official category.
Peach's special moves
Neutral special move Toad
Side special move Peach Bomber
Up special move Peach Parasol
Down special move Vegetable
Final Smash Peach Blossom