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:''For the F-Zero vehicle, see [[Fireball (F-Zero)]].''
 
:''For the F-Zero vehicle, see [[Fireball (F-Zero)]].''
   
A '''Fireball''' is a attack that Mario can do from time to time. It is made of an orb of fire that can be used as a weapon or to destroy obstacles. Typically, one can only shoot fireballs if he or she acquires a [[Fire Flower]] allowing Mario to become [[Fire Mario]]. However, some enemies can shoot fireballs without the use of a power-up. Additionally, [[Mario]] can train himself to shoot fireballs from his hand (without using a Fire Flower), evident in ''[[Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga]]'' for the [[Game Boy Advance]].
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A '''Fireball''' is a attack that Mario can do from time to time. It is made of an orb of fire that can be used as a weapon or to destroy obstacles. Typically, the character can only shoot fireballs if he or she acquires a [[Fire Flower]] allowing Mario to become [[Fire Mario]] (Or ''Fiery Mario'', which is what the original [[NES]] instruction booklet for [[Super Mario Bros.|Super Mario Bros]]. saHowever, soenemies can shoot fireballs without the use of a power-up.. Additionally, [[Mario]] can train himself to shoot fireballs from his hand (without using a Fire Flower), which is evident in ''[[Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga]]'' for the [[Game Boy Advance]].
   
 
==Super Smash Bros.==
 
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In the [[Super Smash Bros. series|''Super Smash Bros.'' series]], Mario and [[Luigi]] standard B move is a Fireball. Mario's Fireball bounces along the ground, while Luigi's Fireball (whose fireballs are green spectral flames) floats though the air.
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In the [[Super Smash Bros. series|''Super Smash Bros.'' series]], Mario and [[Luigi]]'s standard B move is a Fireball. Mario's Fireball bounces along the ground, while Luigi's Fireball (whose fireballs are green spectral flames) floats more through the air.
 
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First Game: Super Mario Bros.
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First Game: Super Smash Bros.
Character: MarioSymbol Mario and Luigi
For the F-Zero vehicle, see Fireball (F-Zero).

A Fireball is a attack that Mario can do from time to time. It is made of an orb of fire that can be used as a weapon or to destroy obstacles. Typically, the character can only shoot fireballs if he or she acquires a Fire Flower allowing Mario to become Fire Mario (Or Fiery Mario, which is what the original NES instruction booklet for Super Mario Bros. saHowever, soenemies can shoot fireballs without the use of a power-up.. Additionally, Mario can train himself to shoot fireballs from his hand (without using a Fire Flower), which is evident in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga for the Game Boy Advance.

Super Smash Bros.

In the Super Smash Bros. series, Mario and Luigi's standard B move is a Fireball. Mario's Fireball bounces along the ground, while Luigi's Fireball (whose fireballs are green spectral flames) floats more through the air.

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