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Fruit in Pyoro[edit]

What the article calls fruit in the Pyoro mini-games is referred to as "veggies" in the in-game description of the Pyoro mini-games in the first WarioWare, so the information should be moved to the article Vegetable. However, this article refers to the ones that orginally appeared in SMB2/DDP and their further appearances, so can it be just put there? --Grandy02 09:26, 18 December 2008 (EST)

The Pyoro "fruits" were called beans in the game description for DSi Ware. The Japanese title is called Bird and Beans. Should we move the Pyoro part to Bean? PsycBike Toad.png wow it's Kiryu (TC)

No more fruit[edit]

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...another proposal with a witty name to delete a page for generic term. So this page should be deleted for the same reason as similar pages were proposed for it: it's an extremely broad term in the Mario series and we don't need an article explaining what fruit is (common sense) while a category containing every fruit-like item exists.

Proposer: Driftmaster130 (talk)
Deadline: April 12, 2014, 23:59 GMT


  1. driftmaster130 (talk) Fruit is yummy and all, but we already have a full list.


  1. Dashbot (talk) Per MarioWiki:Generic subjects' Exceptions specially #4. The fruits are significant to the Yoshi's Story. They are also different from their real-world counterpart, they can be used as an weapon in Donkey Kong Jr. And also Yoshi changes color after eating the fruits.. It needs rewrite (Look at the first piece of trivia), but it shouldn't be deleted.
  2. Tails777 (talk) Fruits play a more important role in games and have special purposes in others. Not like doors which are just there being doors. Fruits are health, items and a pretty important feature in Yoshi's Story.


I get what you mean, I didn't realize at first that this article actually explains fruit as an important power-up in certain games as well, so I'm withdrawing this TPP. --driftmaster130 (TalkEdits) 10:20, 30 March 2014 (EDT)