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    Yoshi Cookie FAQ by masteramr

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    Super Mario RPG Yoshi Cookie Guide by masteramr
    Copyright, Legal, & Version History (1.0)
    Copyright 2012 Alan Romick
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    Version History:
    1.00: Completed and submitted FAQ.
    1.01: Some minor changes, fixed a couple misspelled words.
    1.02: Updated E-mail Info section.
    1.03: Changed E-mail Info section to Contact Info & updated info
    Table of Contents (2.0)
    Copyright, Legal, & Version History (1.0)
    Table of Contents (2.0)
    Introduction (3.0)
    How To Get Yoshi Cookies (4.0)
    Item Lists (5.0)
       -by Enemy (5.1)
       -by Item Gained (5.2)
       -by Area (5.3)
    Contact Info (6.0)
    Frequently Asked Questions (7.0)
    Credits (8.0)
    The numbers in parentheses are for searching through the document quickly;
    use CTRL-F, enter the number, and search for it to go to that section.
    Introduction (3.0)
    Hello everyone!  This is my very first FAQ, so I'm hoping I do a good job on
    it.  Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars has always been one of my
    favorite games.  However, one thing that I always wanted more information on
    were the Yoshi Cookies.  Being able to convert enemies into items is handy, but
    there was no in-depth info on what items you could get like this.  I decided
    to find out for myself, so I got a lot of Yoshi Cookies and started testing.
    Now that I have the results, I can share them with you!
    Although I won't give away any plot details, things like area names and enemy
    names have to be given for this to make any sense.  You have been warned.
    How To Get Yoshi Cookies (4.0)
    Well, I suppose this guide won't be much use to you if you can't GET any
    Yoshi Cookies, so I'll go over that first.
    Although you can get one Yoshi Cookie in a certain area later in the game,
    the primary source for Yoshi Cookies, as you might expect, is Yo'ster Isle,
    the home of the Yoshis.  You can access this area after collecting the second
    Star Piece and then reaching the end of the Pipe Vault.  I won't be describing
    how to clear the Pipe Vault; it's too linear to need it.
    However, just reaching Yo'ster Isle doesn't give you access to Yoshi Cookies.
    There's an optional mini-game here that you need to complete first.  That's
    right, the dreaded Yoshi Races!  To start the race, first find the one Green
    Yoshi; he's the only one who understands your language.  After talking with
    him, jump on his back; now you can talk to the other Yoshis, since Green Yoshi
    will translate.  A pink Yoshi near the finish line will give you some cookies
    (these aren't usable items, though) so you can race Boshi, the dark blue Yoshi
    near the starting line.  Just talk to him with the cookies to race him
    This part can be a little tricky.  To race, you need to alternate pressing "A"
    and "B" to the beat of the music.  This does NOT mean press ABABAB... as fast
    as possible.  It's more like A..B..A..B..A..etc.  Toad's tutorial is a great
    way to learn the timing; when you practice for the race, Toad will say "One...
    two...one two three four..one..two..one..two..one..two" until you match the
    timing on the "one..two..one..two" part.  That timing is the same timing you
    use in the race.  Also, you can press 'Y' to use a cookie for a speed boost;
    you get three cookies to use racing Boshi.
    Once you beat Boshi, you get three Yoshi Cookies (the actual item this time!)
    and the Yoshis can all race together again.  A pink Yoshi next to the finish
    line can store extra Yoshi Cookies for you, and if you run out completely
    (both in your inventory and in the above-mentioned storage), a yellow Yoshi
    near the eggs above the track will give you three more.
    To earn more than three cookies at a time, talk to Boshi; apparently, he's
    managing the Yoshi Races now.  You can wager cookies on the races.  First,
    Boshi will tell you the odds on Yoshi and you can choose to ride Yoshi in the
    race or watch from the sidelines.  Riding Yoshi is recommended if you are
    really good at racing Yoshi (the controls are the same as the race with Boshi),
    but if you're not good at the race, choose to watch; Green Yoshi will race
    automatically in this case. After choosing to ride or watch, you need to select
    how many Yoshi Cookies to wager.  The Cookies must be in your inventory, not
    with the pink Yoshi, and even if you have more, the most you can bet on one
    race is 10.  Your wager is immediately removed from your inventory and the race
    starts.  If you're riding Yoshi in the race, any extra Cookies in your
    inventory can be used for speed boosts by pressing "Y".
    After the race, if Green Yoshi won, the number of Cookies you wagered is
    multiplied by the odds of the race and you receive that many Cookies, rounded
    down.  For example, if the odds were 3.5 to 1 and you bet 6 Cookies, you would
    win 3.5 times 6 = 21 Cookies.  If you wagered 5 Cookies at the same odds, you
    would get 3.5 times 5 = 17.5 Cookies, rounded down to 17.  If you can't hold
    all of the Cookies you won in your inventory, the extra go to storage.
    Item Lists (5.0)
    After getting some Yoshi Cookies (see previous section), you can use them in
    battle!  Just select the Yoshi Cookie from your item list, then choose an enemy
    to use it on.  The character will throw out the cookie and Yoshi will show up
    and eat it.  Then he will try to eat the enemy.  If successful, the enemy will
    disappear (no EXP or coins for eaten enemies) and a message will appear saying
    "Monster became ????????" where the question marks are replaced with a word
    indicating the item (so "Monster became Mid!" indicates you got a Mid Mushroom,
    for example).  If Yoshi can't eat the enemy, it doesn't disappear and you get a
    Yoshi Candy instead.  The item you earn replaces the Cookie in your inventory.
    Item List by Enemy (5.1)
    This List contains all the enemies I tested Yoshi Cookies on and the item I got
    as a result.  If you want to know what you will get from a specific enemy, look
    Please note that not all enemies are listed here.  I listed all the non-boss
    enemies except Terrapins and Shysters (you can only fight them before getting
    any Yoshi Cookies) and some mini-bosses and boss minions.  No major bosses are
    listed; I'm assuming that Yoshi can't eat them and you just get a Yoshi Candy.
    If I'm wrong on any of these listed, or an enemy not on the list gives
    something other than Yoshi Candy, let me know.  See the Contact Info section for
    Alley Rat - Able Juice
    Amanita - Bad Mushroom
    Ameboid - Max Mushroom
    Apprentice - Yoshi Candy
    Arachne - Energizer
    Armored Ant - Yoshi Candy
    Artichoker - Mid Mushroom
    Bahamutt - Yoshi Candy
    Bandana Blue - Mushroom
    Bandana Red - Energizer
    Big Bertha - Pick Me Up
    Birdy - Energizer
    Blaster - Yoshi Candy
    Bloober - Elixir
    Bluebird - Bracer
    Bob-omb - Yoshi Candy
    Body - Mushroom
    Box Boy - Yoshi Candy
    Buzzer - Mushroom
    Carroboscis - Honey Syrup
    Chained Kong - Pick Me Up
    Chester - Yoshi Candy
    Chewy - Bad Mushroom
    Chomp - Bracer
    Chomp Chomp - Mushroom
    Chow - Fright Bomb
    Cluster - Pick Me Up
    Corkpedite - Yoshi Candy
    Crook - Mid Mushroom
    Crusty - Bracer
    Doppel - Pick Me Up
    Dry Bones - Mushroom
    Eggbert - Yoshi Candy
    Enigma - Energizer
    Fautso - Yoshi Candy
    Fink Flower - Max Mushroom
    Fireball - Fire Bomb
    Forkies - Royal Syrup
    Formless - Yoshi Candy
    Frogog - Able Juice
    Geckit - Energizer
    Gecko - FroggieDrink
    Glum Reaper - Pure Water
    Goby - Mushroom
    Goomba - Mushroom
    Goombette - Yoshi Candy
    Gorgon - Maple Syrup
    Greaper - Honey Syrup
    Gu Goomba - FroggieDrink
    Guerrilla - Able Juice
    Heavy Troopa - Yoshi Candy
    Hidon - Yoshi Candy
    Hippopo - Yoshi Candy
    Hobgoblin - Pure Water
    Jabit - Bracer
    Jawful - Yoshi Candy
    Jester - Honey Syrup
    K-9 - Energizer
    King Bomb - Yoshi Candy
    Kriffid - Yoshi Candy
    Lakitu - Maple Syrup
    Leuko - Yoshi Candy
    Li'l Boo - Freshen Up
    Mad Mallet - Energizer
    Magmite - Yoshi Candy
    Magmus - Bracer
    Malakoopa - Maple Syrup
    Mastadoom - Yoshi Candy
    Mezzo Bomb - Yoshi Candy
    Microbomb - Yoshi Candy
    Mokura - Yoshi Candy
    Mr. Kipper - Mushroom
    Muckle - Ice Bomb
    Mukumuku - Muku Cookie
    Ninja - Yoshi Candy
    Octolot - Honey Syrup
    Octovader - FroggieDrink
    Oerlikon - Energizer
    Orb User - Maple Syrup
    Orbison - Royal Syrup
    Pandorite - Yoshi Candy
    Pinwheel - Pick Me Up
    Piranha Plant - Sleepy Bomb
    Pounder - Energizer
    Poundette - Energizer
    Pulsar - Pick Me Up
    Puppox - Yoshi Candy
    Pyrosphere - Yoshi Candy
    Rat Funk - Mushroom
    Reacher - Pick Me Up
    Remo Con - Pick Me Up
    Ribbite - Elixir
    Rob-omb - Pick Me Up
    Sackit - Max Mushroom
    Shadow - Honey Syrup
    Shaman - Royal Syrup
    Shogun - Royal Syrup
    Shy Away - Maple Syrup
    Shy Guy - Honey Syrup
    Shy Ranger - Yoshi Candy
    Sky Troopa - Mushroom
    Sling Shy - Maple Syrup
    Smilax - Yoshi Candy
    Snapdragon - Yoshi Candy
    Snifit - Yoshi Candy
    Sparky - Yoshi Candy
    Spikester - Bracer
    Spikey - Yoshi Candy
    Spinthra - Power Blast
    Spookum - Yoshi Candy
    Springer - Elixir
    Star Cruster - Yoshi Candy
    Starslap - Yoshi Candy
    Stinger - Able Juice
    Straw Head - Pure Water
    Stumpet - Royal Syrup
    Terra Cotta - Mid Mushroom
    The Big Boo - Fright Bomb
    Tub-O-Troopa - Elixir
    Vomer - Pure Water
    Wiggler - Yoshi Candy
    Zeostar - Yoshi Candy
    Item List by Item Gained (5.2)
    This list is organized according to the item you get from the enemy.  If you
    want to get a specific item, look here to see what enemies will give you that
    Able Juice (restores status for one character)
    Alley Rat
    Bad Mushroom (poisons one enemy)
    Bracer (raises defense for one character)
    Elixir (restores 80 HP to all characters)
    Energizer (raises attack for one character)
    Bandana Red
    Mad Mallet
    Fire Bomb (inflicts fire damage on all enemies)
    Freshen Up (restores status for all characters)
    Li'l Boo
    Fright Bomb (inflicts fear status on one enemy)
    The Big Boo
    FroggieDrink (restores 30 HP for all characters)
    Gu Goomba
    Honey Syrup (restores 10 FP)
    Shy Guy
    Ice Bomb (inflicts ice damage on all enemies)
    Maple Syrup (restores 40 FP)
    Orb User
    Shy Away
    Sling Shy
    Max Mushroom (restores all HP to one character)
    Fink Flower
    Mid Mushroom (restores 80 HP to one character)
    Terra Cotta
    Muku Cookie (restores 69 HP to all characters)
    Mushroom (restores 30 HP to one character)
    Bandana Blue
    Chomp Chomp
    Dry Bones
    Mr. Kipper
    Rat Funk
    Sky Troopa
    Pick Me Up (resurrects one character)
    Big Bertha
    Chained Kong
    Remo Con
    Power Blast (raises attack for all characters)
    Pure Water (instantly kills one undead enemy)
    Glum Reaper
    Straw Head
    Royal Syrup (restores all FP)
    Sleepy Bomb (puts all enemies to sleep)
    Piranha Plant
    Yoshi Candy (restores 100 HP to one character)
    Armored Ant
    Box Boy
    Heavy Troopa
    King Bomb
    Mezzo Bomb
    Shy Ranger
    Star Cruster
    Item List by Area (5.3)
    Finally, in this section, I will list the items you can get in each area of the
    game, and what enemy to use the Yoshi Cookie on to get it.
    The following areas have no enemies and will not be listed:
    Mario's Pad
    Vista Hill
    Mushroom Kingdom*
    Midas River
    Tadpole Pond
    Rose Town
    Yo'ster Isle
    Booster Hill
    Seaside Town**
    Monstro Town
    *********'s Casino (don't want to spoil it)
    *Yes, I know enemies appear here after clearing Bandit's Way, but you won't
    have any Yoshi Cookies yet, so there's no point in listing it.
    **Bosses don't count.  You just get Yoshi Candy from them.
    Mushroom Way
    Mushroom - Goomba
               Sky Troopa
    Yoshi Candy - Spikey
    Bandit's Way
    Able Juice - Frogog
    Energizer - K-9
    Mushroom - Goomba
               Sky Troopa
    Yoshi Candy - Spiky
    Kero Sewers
    Fright Bomb - The Big Boo
    Honey Syrup - Shadow
    Mushroom - Goby
               Rat Funk
    Pure Water - Hobgoblin
    Yoshi Candy - Pandorite
    Rose Way
    Energizer - Arachne
    Honey Syrup - Shy Guy
    Mid Mushroom - Crook
    Yoshi Candy - Snapdragon
    Forest Maze
    Able Juice - Guerilla
    Bad Mushroom - Amanita
    Honey Syrup - Octolot
    Mushroom - Buzzer
               Rat Funk
    Yoshi Candy - Wiggler
    Pipe Vault
    Able Juice - Frogog
    Mushroom - Goomba
    Sleepy Bomb - Piranha Plant
    Yoshi Candy - Shy Ranger
    Moleville Mines
    Energizer - Enigma
    Mid Mushroom - Crook
    Pick Me Up - Cluster
    Yoshi Candy - Bob-omb
    Booster Pass
    Bracer - Spikester
    Honey Syrup - Carroboscis
    Maple Syrup - Lakitu
    Mid Mushroom - Apprentice
    Booster Tower
    Bracer - Chomp
    Fire Bomb - Fireball
    Honey Syrup - Jester
    Maple Syrup - Orb User
    Pick Me Up - Remo Con
    Yoshi Candy - Blaster
    Star Hill
    FroggieDrink - Gecko
    Max Mushroom - Sackit
    Muku Cookie - Mukumuku
    Pick Me Up - Pulsar
    Yoshi Candy - Mastadoom
    The Sea
    Elixir - Bloober
    Mushroom - Mr. Kipper
    Yoshi Candy - Leuko
    Sunken Ship
    Able Juice - Alley Rat
    Bracer - Crusty
    Elixir - Bloober
    Energizer - Bandana Red
    Honey Syrup - Greaper
    Maple Syrup - Gorgon
    Mushroom - Bandana Blue
               Dry Bones
               Mr. Kipper
    Pick Me Up - Reacher
    Pure Water - Straw Head
    Yoshi Candy - Goombette
    Land's End
    Able Juice - Stinger
    Bad Mushroom - Chewy
    Elixir - Ribbite
    Energizer - Geckit
    Fright Bomb - Chow
    FroggieDrink - Octovader
    Maple Syrup - Shy Away
    Max Mushroom - Fink Flower
    Power Blast - Spinthra
    Royal Syrup - Shogun
    Yoshi Candy - Formless
    Bean Valley
    Able Juice - Stinger
    Bad Mushroom - Chewy
    Energizer - Geckit
    FroggieDrink - Octovader
    Maple Syrup - Shy Away
    Max Mushroom - Fink Flower
    Mushroom - Chomp Chomp
    Power Blast - Spinthra
    Yoshi Candy - Box Boy
    Nimbus Land
    WARNING!!  After beating the boss in this area, all of these enemies disappear!
    Bracer - Bluebird
    Energizer - Birdy
    Ice Bomb - Muckle
    Maple Syrup - Sling Shy
    Pick Me Up - Pinwheel
    Royal Syrup - Orbison
    Yoshi Candy - Eggbert
                  Heavy Troopa
    Barrel Volcano
    Bracer - Magmus
    Energizer - Oerlikon
    Mushroom - Body
    Pick Me Up - Chained Kong
    Pure Water - Vomer
    Royal Syrup - Stumpet
    Yoshi Candy - Armored Ant
    Bowser's Keep
    Able Juice - Alley Rat
    Bad Mushroom - Amanita
    Bracer - Magmus
    Elixir - Bloober
    Energizer - Geckit
    Fright Bomb - Chow
                  The Big Boo
    FroggieDrink - Gu Goomba
    Honey Syrup - Greaper
    Ice Bomb - Muckle
    Maple Syrup - Lakitu
                  Shy Away
                  Sling Shy
    Max Mushroom - Sackit
    Mid Mushroom - Terra Cotta
    Pick Me Up - Big Bertha
                 Chained Kong
    Pure Water - Glum Reaper
    Royal Syrup - Forkies
    Yoshi Candy - Armored Ant
                  Star Cruster
    Bracer - Jabit
    Energizer - Mad Mallet
    Elixir - Springer
    Freshen Up - Li'l Boo
    Max Mushroom - Ameboid
    Pick Me Up - Doppel
    Pure Water - Glum Reaper
    Yoshi Candy - Hippopo
    Contact Info (6.0)
    As of my most recent update, I have decided that I only want to be contacted
    through GameFAQs.  I will no longer be accepting E-mails concerning my guides,
    so simply send me a message at my GameFAQs account.
    Please mention what guide you are refering to in the subject of the message.
    It will allow me to reply faster, if the message warrants it.
    Things you SHOULD contact me about
    Finding this FAQ on a site other than GameFAQs:
    That legal section at the start isn't just for show, people.  If someone else
    has stolen my FAQ, I want to know.  Make sure you include the web address that
    the FAQ is at so I can check it out.  I'll even put your name in the FAQ in a
    special section if that happens!
    Mistakes or corrections:
    I'm human like everyone else, so I might have goofed up.  If I did, let me know
    and I'll fix it.  Credit will be given to anyone who reports mistakes in this
    FAQ, though it might be a while on minor things like spelling.
    Missing information:
    I think I checked out all the regular enemies, but as I said earlier, I'm only
    human.  If I missed a non-boss enemy in this FAQ, let me know.  However, do not
    tell me about the Terrapin in Bowser's Keep or the Shyster in the Mushroom
    Kingdom; as I stated earlier, it's impossible to use Yoshi Cookies on those two
    enemies.  As for boss enemies, their minions, or mini-bosses (in other words,
    any enemy that you can only fight at specific points or a limited number of
    times), only contact me if the enemy gives something other than Yoshi Candy.
    Once I confirm the info for myself, I'll add it to the FAQ and give you full
    Compliments and/or constructive criticism:
    I like being praised for my work as much as anyone else.  I also don't mind
    criticism about my work, as long as it is polite and helpful; I'm always
    looking to improve my work.  However, if you are simply contacting me with a
    mindless stream of insults, I will simply ignore your message.  Don't expect
    a response or credit for these messages, though.
    Things you SHOULD NOT contact me about
    Asking to use this guide:
    I already made this clear earlier, but I'll say it again here; my guide should
    ONLY be on GameFAQs.  Permission will not be given to anyone requesting to use
    my guide on their own site.  NO EXCEPTIONS!!!!  SO JUST DON'T ASK!!!!
    Improperly worded or non-English E-mails:
    I don't know a great deal of Internet slang or abbreviations, so please refrain
    from using them in your message.  If I can't understand it, I will delete it.
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    will at least try to read it, but do your best to make your point clear.  Also,
    don't write your message in another language.  My knowledge of other languages
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    Insults or offensive language:
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    acceptable if it's polite, but insults or offensive language directed at me or
    anyone else will result in the immediate deletion of your message.
    Anything already in the guide:
    I put a lot of work into this, and I don't like repeating myself.  Before
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    Frequently Asked Questions (7.0)
    I can't call this an FAQ unless I include this section!  Any questions I get
    repeatedly will be put in this section.
    No questions as of yet!
    Credits (8.0)
    I may have done most of the work on this, but I do have a few things to
    mention here.  Hopefully, this will be bigger eventually.  Thanks to everyone
    mentioned here!
    Nintendo and Square (now Square-Enix): for making a great game
    Me: for taking the time to write this
    GameFAQs: for hosting this FAQ
    And finally, thanks to you, the readers, for reading this all the way to the
    end.  Best of luck with this great game!

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