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A Bucculus in Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Series Super Smash Bros.
First appearance Super Smash Bros. Brawl (2008)
Super Smash Bros. appearances

Super Smash Bros. Brawl

A Bucculus is a flower-like enemy with large lips who appears in several The Subspace Emissary levels in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. At first, a Bucculus is planted within the ground, with only its lips being visible. When the player's character approaches a Bucculus, it jumps out from the ground and attempts to kiss them. The small spikes on a Bucculus's lips allows it to stick to a character. The torso area is a strawberry-like pink sack storing its health, but it is not necessarily a weak point. Despite this, if a Bucculus is defeated when its sac is full, it may drop a Maxim Tomato or food.

Super Smash Bros. Brawl trophy description

Name Image Game Description
Bucculus SSBB Trophy Bucculus.png Wii SSBB graphic.png Super Smash Bros. Brawl A Subspace Army enemy found firmly planted in the ground, with only its lips showing. These lips, by the way, are covered with spikes that stick in its victim to... (Get this!)...suck out vitality. Basically, this results in serious damage. The torso area has a poison zone where it stores vitality. The Bucculus not only looks offensive-- boy, it's rotten to the core.

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ブチュルス
Bucyulus; possibly derived from「ブチュッ」(buchu, onomatopoeia for smooching) and suffix "-us"; may also be a corruption of「サキュバス」(succubus)
German Schnuckulus Roman name form of "schnuckel" (a synonym for "sweetheart")
Italian Bocculus Roman name form of "bocca" (mouth) or possibly "bocciolo" (bud)