Golden Leaf

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Golden Leaf
Golden Leaf. A Golden Leaf from Super Paper Mario. Icon of an item from Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (Nintendo Switch)
The Thousand-Year Door description A weird leaf found in Creepy Steeple. Replenishes 10 FP.
Super Paper Mario description A precious leaf. Restores 1 HP and cures poison.
"Gold Leaf" redirects here. For the galaxy appearing in Super Mario Galaxy, see Gold Leaf Galaxy. For the power-up debuting in Super Mario 3D Land, see Invincibility Leaf.

The Golden Leaf is an item found in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door in Creepy Steeple. In the northern courtyard (where two Swoopers and a red ! Block are found), Mario can go through an opening in the fence if he turns sideways. Once in it, Mario can move to the right past the ! Block and hit the gold tree with his hammer. This item recovers 10 FP when Mario eats it. If the player take it to Zess T., she will make it into Zess Tea. It is also used in many combination recipes. This rare item is also required for completion of Chef Shimi's trouble, along with a Keel Mango and a Mystic Egg.

The Golden Leaf also appears in Super Paper Mario. This variant recovers 1 HP and can be obtained by defeating an Amazy Dayzee or using a map from Flamm. Flimm occasionally has a Golden Leaf for sale as well. Having Saffron cook a Golden Leaf for the player will yield a Gold Bar.

Recipes[edit]

Recipe Result Game
Golden Leaf Zess Tea Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
Golden Leaf + Turtley Leaf Healthy Salad
Golden Leaf + Mushroom Mushroom Fry (International)
Life Mushroom (Japan)
Golden Leaf + Super Mushroom Mushroom Roast (International)
Life Mushroom (Japan)
Golden Leaf + Life Mushroom Mushroom Steak (International)
Life Mushroom (Japan)
Golden Leaf + Ultra Mushroom
Golden Leaf + Poison Mushroom Mushroom Broth
Golden Leaf + Slow Mushroom
Golden Leaf + Ice Storm Snow Bunny
Golden Leaf + Whacka Bump Zess Deluxe
Golden Leaf Gold Bar Super Paper Mario
Golden Leaf + Mild Cocoa Bean Golden Choco-bar

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese おうごんはっぱ[1]
Ōgon Happa
Golden Leaf

Chinese (simplified) 黄金叶子
Huángjīn Yèzi
Golden Leaf

Chinese (traditional) 黃金葉子
Huángjīn Yèzi
Golden Leaf

French Feuille d'Or
Golden Leaf
German Goldblatt
Gold leaf
Italian Foglia dorata
Golden leaf
Korean 황금나뭇잎
Hwanggeum Namunnip
Golden Tree Leaf

Spanish Hoja Dorada
Golden Leaf

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door From Japanese to English". (June 1, 2014). The Mushroom Kingdom. Retrieved February 2, 2015.