Gusty

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Gusty
Gusty Artwork - Yoshi's New Island.png
Two Gusties flying from Yoshi's New Island.
First appearance Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island (1995)
Latest appearance Yoshi's Crafted World (2019)
Not to be confused with Cloud Drop.

Gusties[1][2] are long, smiling ghost-like creatures that appear in the Yoshi series. They always travel in huge packs, allowing the Yoshis to eat them and get extra eggs. They can be used as stepping stones to reach higher areas. In addition to possibly knocking the baby off Yoshi's back, they can spawn endlessly in some areas.

They appear in levels where the terrain is bumpy and uneven. Gusties are prominently featured in the levels What's Gusty Taste Like? and Gusty Glory.

In Yoshi's New Island, their model has a separate face on each side,[3] likely due to the position of their faces in the artwork coupled with the exact way their transparency works.

In Yoshi's Woolly World, Gusties are made from a spiral of string, which can be eaten by Yoshi to create a Yarn Ball.

In Yoshi's Crafted World, they have no arms, and are defeated in the usual methods, along with running into the wall.

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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese つむじくん[4]
Tsumuji-kun
From tsumujikaze, whirlwind.
Spanish Fantáfagos From "Fantasma" (ghost)
French Poisson Fish
German Grinse Schleier
Tornadino (Newer games)
Grin Veil
From Tornado
Italian Folino From folata (gust)
Russian Ветриль
Vetril'
From Ветер (Wind)
Korean 바람도리[5]
Baramdori
From 바람 (wind). 도리 may either be from 돌다 (to spin) or -돌이 (male diminutive suffix)
Chinese 阿風/阿风
Āfēng
Little Wind

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