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This article is about the recurring object in the series. For the Game & Watch game also known as Mickey Mouse, see Egg (Game & Watch).
Egg
PM Special Item Egg.png
Description
An Egg from Paper Mario

First appearance

Mario Bros. (1983)

Latest appearance

Paper Mario (1999)

An egg is an item found in the Mario franchise. In most games they appear in, they are a helpful item or a hindering item depending on the game and the time.

History[edit]

Super Smash Bros. series[edit]

In Super Smash Bros. and Super Smash Bros. Melee, eggs have made an appearance as an item. They can be thrown at opponents, or eaten for health.

Wario's Woods[edit]

PieceCreatureEgg.gif

In the SNES version of Wario's Woods, Creature Eggs are items that can be achieved whenever Toad performs a "breakfast" combo move in the vs. mode. The breakfast move is performed whenever Toad clears multiple rows/columns/diagonals of monsters at once with one bomb. At this point of time, a falling egg will appear on the side of Toad's opponent. Upon hitting the ground, this Creature Egg would hatch into any type of monster of varied colors. After the Creature Egg hatches, an additional row of monsters of one color will rain on his opponent. Whenever Toad performs a three way breakfast combo will send two eggs instead of one. While the eggs can be prevented from hatching, it is difficult to do so as it must be done by matching an entire row of monsters with the color of the egg.

Paper Mario[edit]

Egg
PaperMario Items Egg.png
Paper Mario Description An egg of unknown origin. Restores 5 HP.
PM Special Item Egg.png

In Paper Mario, Eggs restore five HP. Eggs are quite rare in the game, Egg appears when checking the grass in the first area of Mt. Rugged where there is a train station, and it also appears by pulling a vine in Jade Jungle, in an area behind the Raven Statue. Eggs also appear in the kitchen of Princess Peach's Castle and are used to make Strawberry Cake for Gourmet Guy. In this case, its item description reads: Newly laid eggs.

In the sequels there is a Mystic Egg and a Big Egg with the same function.

Recipes[edit]

Recipe Result of Cooked Item
Egg Fried Egg
Dried Pasta + Egg Bland Meal
Super Shroom + Egg Bland Meal
Life Shroom + Egg Bland Meal
Volt Shroom + Egg Bland Meal
Mushroom + Egg Bland Meal
Iced Potato + Egg Bland Meal
Cake Mix + Egg Big Cookie
Strange Leaf + Egg Boiled Egg
Stinky Herb + Egg Boiled Egg
Fire Flower + Egg Egg Missile
Ultra Shroom + Egg Yummy Meal

Mario Bros.[edit]

Eggs appear in the Game Boy Advance version of Mario Bros. included with Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga and the Super Mario Advance series. They are a random item a player can find from within a garbage can. When thrown, it will break and reveal one of three items inside: a Coin, Heart or Starman. Eggs in this appearance look like Birdo Eggs in particular.

Donkey Kong Country series[edit]

In Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest and Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!, Squawks the Parrot can spit yellow eggs. By doing this, he can easily knock out enemies that are in his way.

Giant eggs can be found in the levels Krow's Nest and Kreepy Krow of Donkey Kong Country 2. Krow and Kreepy Krow drop these in an attempt to hit the Kongs. In the battle with Krow, some of the eggs can be picked up and thrown at the boss; this is the only way to defeat the giant vulture.

Official profiles and statistics[edit]

Trophy information from Super Smash Bros. Melee[edit]

Name Image Game Description
Egg Trophy118.PNG Super Smash Bros.
4/99
Eggs are basically the same as Capsules, in that they'll release items when you break them open. They've been known to explode, too. The likelihood that certain items may be inside Eggs depends on the type of stage being played. Sometimes Eggs will contain health-replenishing food items; other times, they may hold weapons.

Mario & Luigi series[edit]

Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga Enemy
Egg
Egg SSS.png HP 20 POW 95-130 Defense 150 (115) Speed 37 Experience 0
Fire Normal Thunder Normal Jump Normal Hammer Normal Coins 99 (0)
Stat Down? 0% Stun? 0% Burn? 0% Hand Normal Item Drop Ultrasyrup Jar – 100% (None - 0%)
Red Pepper – 61.29% (None - 0%)
Level           99 Location(s) Teehee Valley Notice
  • Stats in parentheses are from the Japanese version (if they differ from the original American and European stats).
  • Stats in gray are only found in the game's coding and are not available during "normal" gameplay.
Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions Enemy
Egg
MLSSBMEgg.png HP 30 POW 126 Defense 125 Speed 92 Experience 0
Fire Normal Thunder Normal Jump Normal Hammer Normal Coins 0
Stat Down? Stun? Burn? Hand Item Drop None (0%)
None (0%)
Level           30 Location(s) Teehee Valley

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese タマゴ
Tamago
Egg
French Oeuf Egg
German Birdo-Ei (Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga) Birdo Egg
Russian Яйца
Yaytsa
Egg

See also[edit]