Talk:Yoshi's Story

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Snake Plane[edit]

What is the name for those plane snake things in Page 3, Level 3-1: Cloud Cruising? Do they even have official names? These snake-like things come in two colors pink and blue-remember them? They help Yoshi travel to the sky-remember? Paper Jorge

We need articles on them. I'm sure Face Block says their name at the begininig of the level. Paper Jorge

I played the game again and see that they're just called Snakes. Paper Jorge

Image Quality[edit]

Do you think we should make a template for either an article or its talk if it has low-quality official artwork from Yoshi's Story (such as Snorkel Snake), requesting that if a better quality image can be found...I'm sure you know the rest. Even a scan from the guide would be better.--Dreyfus2006 16:28, 23 June 2007 (EDT)

Ummm... maybe use {{Image-quality}} on the image's page.Knife (talk) 22:36, 28 June 2007 (EDT)

Bosses?[edit]

We need an article or a section in this article about the Yoshi's Story bosses. If there already is one, please tell me. If not, MAKE IT! Goldeneye

It would go into a section on the page. Seeing as I don't have the game I can't help. Mario riding YoshiXzelionETC

There's an article for each boss. Scorponok

Oh, yeah what are the name of those green-bug with a elephant trump and the two underwater p;ant enemy? There's article on these guyt, but I forgot the name. Scorponok

Yeah! High Quailty Artwork![edit]

I found a site where there are tons of high quailty Yoshi's Story Artwork! I think you'll find it by going to Google Images and searching up Neon Yoshi. Then it should show a digital Yoshi, and the website there has it! I forgot the name :( but has an exmaple, I put a better Yoshi Banner! Minimariolover10

The "Lost" artwork[edit]

I think we should remove it, it don't have anything to do with the game itslef and it seem kind of made-up, anyoen agree? Glowsquid

Yes. The user who made that section liked to make a lot of things up. -- Son of Suns

I'm waiting for more input before removing it. Glowsquid

I agree. There's no real point to it. The article needs more details and having that does nothing to help the article. ~ ChaosNinji 19:38, 8 September 2007 (EDT)

Please tell me your not mad at me. I wasn't the one who made that section up. Minimariolover10

Yoshi Demo Mention?[edit]

I know Yoshi Demo at E3 was based on Yoshi's Story. Should we mention that at the end? Minimariolover10

Gold and Purple Yoshi[edit]

Why is there no info about gold and purple yoshi they were playableMP8 DryBones.pngSuper Yoshi10Artwork of Yoshi from Mario Party 8 (later reused in Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games)Lookey ThisBlack Yoshi Move.gif

There is no purple or gold yoshi, there was a purple and brown yoshi in the beta version, but I have no clue to gold.
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YI prequel?[edit]

Is there any evidence for Yoshi's Story being a prequel to Island? If anything, I'd argue that it's a sequel, since Bowser makes mention of Mario and Island documents Mario's first interaction with the Yoshis. ~ Joshi 00:41, 24 April 2009 (EDT)

Merge this page with Yoshi's Story?[edit]

This section was transfered from the deleted Talk:Trial Mode

Since common experience shows us that hardly any discussion begins without someone doing the first step, I'll make a poll to make it easier for everyone. Please vote here. - Gabumon from the Digimon franchise Gabumon(talk) 20:05, 9 November 2009 (EST)

(The merge was suggested by Knife (talk))

Merge this into Yoshi's Story[edit]

  1. Fawfulfury65 (talk) - I don't know why but something tells me that this needs to be merged. It's a short article anyway and we don't want those.
  2. Gamefreak75 (talk) - Per Knife.
  3. Time Q (talk): We don't have articles about game modes, so this belongs in the article about the game.

Keep it seperate[edit]

Comments[edit]

Per... me? Hm, that merge was Knife's idea. I just made the poll to make it easier for you :3 - Gabumon from the Digimon franchise Gabumon(talk) 20:17, 9 November 2009 (EST)

Oh, okay...--FREAK ~Game GameBros.png Freak~ OUT!

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Enemy Names[edit]

I understand all of the enemy names came from the Nintendo Power guide, but what about the Shy Guy variants? They're not named in the enemy section, so where did their names come from? Vent 21:43, 30 May 2012 (EDT)

BEEG Problem[edit]

What exactly is the evidence that Story isn't part of the Island series? Seemed like it was intended to be a sequel if you ask me. What exactly excludes Story from the Island trilogy? Moreover, I've heard sources claim Story is a prequel to Island. Can we get that fact-checked? - AwdryFan1997 (talk) 10:51, August 27, 2020 (EDT)

As noted by the Super Mario Pia and easily verifiable, all the games with Yoshi’s Island in the name are based on the timer-restricted baby rescuing mechanics: as soon as Yoshi is hit, the baby ends in a bubble and a timer is activated and goes on until the bubble is touched; when the timer runs out, the baby is captured and a life is lost. Yoshi’s Story and the platform games not named after Yoshi’s Island instead rely on a health meter. As for Yoshi’s Story being a prequel to Yoshi’s Island, the battle with Baby Bowser has him calling Yoshi “Mario’s little pet”, this shows that it happens after Yoshi’s Island as in that game he doesn’t even recognize Yoshi as an enemy, but rather as a “gween donkey” he wants to ride.—Mister Wu (talk) 14:15, August 27, 2020 (EDT)
That said, it was under the name Yoshi's Island 64 for a while under development, so it can probably be mentioned as a "related game" on the series page. LinkTheLefty (talk) 12:35, August 28, 2020 (EDT)
I’m fine with explaining how the game during development started as a sequel of Yoshi’s Island and then became the starting point of a different series of Yoshi platform games - after all, at that time a Yoshi’s Island series with consistent naming and gameplay features didn’t exist.—Mister Wu (talk) 14:04, August 28, 2020 (EDT)