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Orange Yoshi
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Orange Yoshi's artwork from Yoshi's Crafted World.
Abilities Yoshi's
Species Yoshi
Homeworld Yoshi's Island
Affiliation(s) Yoshi's Island, Mushroom Kingdom
Enemies Koopa Troop
Subspecies
Notable member(s)
Games Many
First appearance Game & Watch Gallery 3 (1999)
Latest appearance Yoshi's Crafted World (2019)


Orange Yoshi (A.K.A. Light Brown Yoshi) is a variation of Yoshi. It wears blue boots.

Games

Game & Watch Gallery 3

Orange Yoshis first appeared in Game and Watch Gallery 3 as playable characters in Greenhouse.

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Super Mario Sunshine

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Notice: This section contains non-canon information.

Yoshi will turn orange when it eats certain Fruit, namely pineapples and pears.

Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door

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Notice: This section contains non-canon information.

Orange is one of the colors Yoshi Kid will turn if 10-15 minutes have passed between Mario obtaining its egg and it hatching.

Yoshi Touch & Go

Orange Yoshi appears in Marathon mode between every 10,000 and 14,000 yards and can carry 50 eggs. This is the first appearance of Orange Yoshi in a Yoshi game. But it's also said that the Orange Yoshi is the long lost Brown Yoshi.

Yoshi's Island DS

Orange Yoshi appears in the sixth level of every world. This was thought to be his last appearance due to the Yoshi series going on hiatus for a while.

Yoshi's Woolly World

Orange Yoshi Was kidnapped alongside every non original Yoshi other than Red Yoshi.

Yoshi's New Island

Orange Yoshi returns in Yoshi's New Island.

Gallery

Trivia

  • Orange Yoshi is Brown Yoshi's replacement. They're also the reason that Brown Yoshi hasn't appeared in games for near decades.
  • It's possible that Brown Yoshi was meant to be Orange Yoshi, or even the other way around.
  • In various artworks, Orange Yoshi is seen to be rather shy and clumsy, since he often has a worried or surprised look in his artworks.
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