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Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door move
Mini-Egg in the game Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door.
Mastered by Yoshi
Attack power 1
3 eggs (Super Rank), 4 eggs (Ultra Rank)
Rank Super Rank
Effect Yoshi throws several eggs at random enemies shrinking them.
Target Random

Mini-Egg is a move which Yoshi uses during the events of Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. This move is learned by leveling him up to Super Rank. The move is executed in almost the same way as Earth Tremor. One must press A Button when a star lights up. Mini-Egg is executed by Yoshi first laying three eggs, which he will then throw at random enemies, shrinking them and dealing damage. When Yoshi is upgraded to Ultra Rank, the number of eggs increases to four. Each egg will do one damage, even if Yoshi's attack has been raised. However, if Mario equips Power Plus P, the attack power will be raised. In spite of not benefiting from charged attack power, this ability does not deplete a charge.

This move is inspired by Yoshi's special ability in the Yoshi franchise where he can obtain eggs and throw them at enemies.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ミニミニタマゴ
Minimini Tamago
Minimini Egg
French Pâques Explosive Explosive Easter
Spanish Huevos Reduct. ("Reduct." is probably an abbreviation of "Reductores") Reductive Eggs