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This article is about the character from Yoshi's Crafted World. For the unripe vegetables from Super Mario Bros. 2 also known as "sprouts", see Vegetable § Super Mario Bros. 2.
Sprout in his body form
Full name Sprout Blockafeller
Species Blockafeller
First appearance Yoshi's Crafted World (2019)
“I'm Sprout Blockafeller! Wanna play some hide-and-seek? I'll go hide in some places now. So you come and find me, K? ...K! Off I go! Heehee!”
Sprout, Yoshi's Crafted World
Sprout from Yoshi's Crafted World.
Sprout in his enclosed form

Sprout is a member of the Blockafeller species in Yoshi's Crafted World. Unlike the other members, he has a small plant sprout on his head (hence his name) as opposed to a full flower and has a smaller body than other Blockafellers (being about the size of his head), suggesting he may be much younger than the other Blockafellers. His Japanese name supports him being younger than the other Blockafellers. He is one of the four members of the Blockafeller species to be named.

Sprout appears in every level of the game (except for boss levels) after beating the final boss in the level The Great King Bowser, where he hosts his own minigame called "Hide-and-Seek." In each level, he is hidden somewhere and Yoshi has to throw an egg at him to find him. In Hidden Hills, Sprout appears once the player has cleared the level once. Once the player finds Sprout in all 43 levels, they earn the Blockafeller costume.


Additional names[edit]

Internal names[edit]

Game File Name Meaning

Yoshi's Crafted World Game/Assets/Characters/WorldMap/RobotKid RobotKid Robot Kid

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese クラフトンキッド
Kurafuton Kiddo
Blockafeller Kid

Chinese 库拉夫顿小弟
Kùlāfūdùn Xiǎodì
Blockafeller little brother

Italian Baby Bricolo
Baby Blockafeller
Spanish Nene Cartúñez
Blockafeller Kid


  • Sprout, like the rest of the Blockafellers, is always sitting upright whenever the player searches for him, except in The Shogun's Castle where he is sideways and upside a wall, likely in reference to its ninja-themed setting.