Li'l Marcher

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Li'l Marcher
The Li'l Marcher enemy from Yoshi's Crafted World
First appearance Yoshi's Crafted World (2019)
Comparable

Li'l Marchers are large enemies that appear in Yoshi's Crafted World. They are orange sirens with yellow feet and a spike on top, which makes them resemble Prongos, and are present in the levels Skulking Around and Under Siege.

Li'l Marchers appear from red trapdoors when Yoshi triggers an alarm, during which they will follow him continuously. They can jump up platforms but run off edges. They damage Yoshi if they bump into him, but destroy themselves in the process. Yoshi cannot jump on them because of the spike on their heads, but can briefly push them back with a thrown egg. Li'l Marchers are temporarily defeated if they bump into each other. Yoshi can make all the Li'l Marchers on-screen walk away by pressing on a yellow switch to silence the alarm, which is only seen in Skulking Around. Blue-framed pictures of Li'l Marchers also appear throughout the level.

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Game File Name Meaning

Yoshi's Crafted World Game/Assets/Characters/Enemy/Patlamp Patlamp From「パトランプ」(patoranpu, warning lights used for emergencies), which is a portmanteau of「パトロール」(patorōru, patrol) and「ランプ」(ranpu, lamp)

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese パトランプくん
Patoranpu-kun
Same as above, but with honorific「くん」(-kun); essentially "Li'l Patlamp"

Chinese 小巡逻灯 (Simplified)
小巡邏燈 (Traditional)
Xiǎo Xúnluódēng
Little Patrol Lamp

German Pilolino
Misspelling of "Pinolino"
Italian Lucio Pattuglio
The words "luce" (light) and "pattugliare" (to patrol) are transformed into a first and last name respectively.
Korean 패트램프
Paeteuraempeu
From the Japanese name

Spanish Lampatrullero
Portmanteau of "lámpara" (lamp) and "patrullero" (patrol)