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Any proof that those things in Sunshine are Gusties? Silent but deadly! SuperLuigi821 You lost everything. Way to go genious.

They were Gusties in Maro Sunshine? I thought it was just a strong wind. Speaking of Mario Sunshine, what is the name of those weird flying chicken enemy that appear in Bianco Hill?

No proof. They don't even look like gustys. More like Foosh from M64 really.
- Yoshi Master

Hey-In Yoshi touch and go,Gusties look COMPLETELY and ARE COMPLETELY DIFFERENT from Blustys.--Xterra1(talk)(work)(?) 17:44, 11 August 2007 (EDT)


Where are these called ghosts? GreenKoopa - Comments or questions? · Koopa.gif

Agreed. Are Gustys's really ghosts? WikiGuest 00:49, 11 May 2008 (EDT)

Although they do look ghastly and ghost like, theres no proof, so I'll change the article. Unless it has already been changed.... GreenKoopa - Comments or questions?

The Ghostly Bullet[edit]

I think these look like ghostly Bullet Bills. Well, not like the Air Cannon's, but similar. DREAMYDARKBOWSER777 (talk) 08:42, 23 February 2015 (EST) GWAHAHA!

I agree with that. I think they look like ghostly Bullet Bills to. GWAHAHA! User:Mario Kart 7 Rules (talk · edits) User:Mario Kart 7 Rules/sig 17:40, 24 February 2015 (EST)

Gusty vs. Blusty[edit]

The Yoshi Touch & Go manual lists both "Gusty" and "Blusty" as separate enemies. The assumption here seems to be that they're one and the same, but the images supplied with the names are clearly different. According to their descriptions, Gusties "mull about in one place," while Blusties "fly across the screen at various speeds." With the different name and different behavior, these seem to be two different enemies, no? Hello, I'm Time Turner.

Seeing as how "Blusties" do what Gusties do in every other game, this would be a bit confusing, wouldn't it? Niiue (talk) 21:55, 11 January 2016 (EST)
I don't have much firsthand experience with the YI games, I'm just going by what the text says. This is the full description, which points to there being two distinct enemies somewhere in this. Hello, I'm Time Turner.
That "Gusty" is a misnamed Cloud Drop. Niiue (talk) 23:09, 11 January 2016 (EST)
Problem solved, I suppose, though I'm wondering if it would be appropriate to list the Cloud Drop as a Gusty because of an error. Hello, I'm Time Turner.