Glowing Baby Yoshi

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Glowing Baby Yoshi
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First Appearance New Super Mario Bros. U (2012)
Latest Appearance New Super Luigi U (2013)
Species Origin Baby Yoshi

A Glowing Baby Yoshi[1], also known as Bulb Baby Yoshi[2], is a yellow Baby Yoshi appearing in New Super Mario Bros. U. It has the ability to light up dark areas by pressing the Classic Controller ZR Button button on the GamePad or by shaking the Wii Remote. The amount of light shone increases the more the player shakes. Glowing Baby Yoshis also have the ability to stun enemies with the bright light. When they are carried they add a chorus to the current music, and they are also capable of eating Boos alongside other enemies.

Glowing Baby Yoshi is very similar to a Light Block from New Super Mario Bros. Wii, as both illuminate dark places when carried. Additionally, Baby Bulb Yoshis' overall appearance resemble Bulb Yoshi, from Super Mario Galaxy 2.

This is the only Baby Yoshi that cannot be found on the World Map, and therefore, cannot be taken into other levels. In addition, its light-based abilities are only functional in dark areas. However, if the players carry one to the goal, the Glowing Baby Yoshi gives an extra life and remains behind in the fortress, unlike the other Baby Yoshis that remain in front of the building and then follow the characters when they enter. The Glowing Baby Yoshi is only found in levels Fire Snake Cavern and Which-Way Labyrinth. The only other appearance it makes is in the credits scene dancing with the other Baby Yoshis and the power-up Toad House, where they either hold a Toad icon or a Bowser icon.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ヒカリちびヨッシー
Hikari chibi yosshī
Light Baby Yoshi
Spanish Bebé Yoshiluz Light Baby Yoshi
French Bébé Yoshi Lumineux Light Baby Yoshi
Dutch Licht-Baby Yoshi Light Baby Yoshi
German Leucht-Baby-Yoshi Light Baby Yoshi
Italian Baby Yoshi Luccichino
Portuguese Yoshi Bebé Luminoso
Russian Малыш Йоши-светлячок
Malysh Yoshi-svetlyachok

Reference[edit]

  1. ^ New Super Mario Bros. U official site
  2. ^ Issue #285 of Nintendo Power, page 69