|Yoshi did not originate from fanon, and more information can be found on their respective wiki(s). You may read more about it on the following wiki(s):|
| T. Yoshisaur Munchakoopas|
Yoshi is an energetic dinosaur of the species of the same name, known to assist Mario on many of his adventures. He debuted in Super Mario World for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, the console that would later introduce the Yoshi spinoff series. Yoshi appears to be in a relationship with Birdo, as they are often partnered together in games in the Mario Kart and Mario Party series, however as of Birdo's Beautiful Quest, Yoshi and Birdo broke up and Birdo is currently dating Kamek.
Yoshi is a playable character in Mario's Batter-Up Baseball. Here are his stats: *Team name: Yoshi Eggs *Alternative colorations: Red, blue, yellow, cyan, pink *Speed: 8/10 *Batting: 5/10 *Pitching: 5/10 *Fielding: 7/10 *Good chemistry with: Mario, Birdo, Baby Mario, Baby Luigi, Baby Peach, Baby Daisy, Baby DK, Baby Wario, Baby Waluigi, Green Mii
In Pikachu's Final Destiny, Yoshis appear in Tropical Rainforest. Their colors have Green, Red, Blue, Yellow, Cyan, Orange, Pink, Purple, Black and White. Some Yoshis also can be seen running away from Mewtwo's chaos.
|Yoshi's Stats (M&L:YS)|
|Drops||1-Up Super x 3, TNT Drumstick x 1|
In Mario & Luigi: Yoshi's Story, Yoshi is one of the four main playable protagonists. In Chapter 7, Yoshi appears as an optional boss, depending on which team the player chose. In chapter 11, Yoshi dies trying to save Dinosaur Land from an erupting volcano. But when the heroes are defeated by Kamek in Kamella's Castle, Yoshi returns from the Underwhere with fire powers. After Yoshi defeats Kamek, he reunites with Mario, Luigi and Bowser.
Yoshi is playable in Super Mario Legends. He is an unlockable character during Chapter 4.
In Mario Rock World, it has been confirmed that Yoshi will be the 3rd boss in story mode on amateur. If he is beaten you will unlock the character Yoshi as well as other features.
Yoshi appears as the captain of the Yoshi eggs team on the Wii multiplayer game Mario Rugby League. His team specializes in speed and his special move is to turn the ball into an egg which he can throw to the end of the field.
Yoshi appears in every game in the Mario Singalong! Series. He first appears in Mario Singalong Superstar!, then in a full horse costume Mario Singalong Country!, subsequently as a member of the boys team in Mario Singalong Boys vs Girls!, reappearing in Mario Singalong Disney! where he becomes friends with Pluto, a NPC and he appeared in Mario Singalong Rocks!, Mario Singalong Down Under! and Mario Singalong Legends!
Yoshi appears as a default character on Mario's team. He has high speed and batting, but low pitching. Red and Blue Yoshis are also playable. They share most of the same stats, but Red Yoshi has better pitching, and Blue Yoshi is slower but more powerful.
Yoshi appears with the other colours of Yoshi in this game. Yoshi is a starter and a captain character.
Yoshi will have a bigger role in Pikachu's Final Destiny 2, where Pikachu and company can ride on him as a steed.
In Super Princess Peach: Mushroom Kingdom's Drought, Yoshi becomes a playable character in World 6- Yoshi's Island. In this game, after eating thee fruits, Yoshi can lay an egg. He can throw the egg at switches to activate bridges, lights, and other things that will help progress through the game.
Super Sloppy Bros.
In Super Sloppy Bros., Bowser kidnaps Yoshi, along with Peach, and stores him in his World 1 castle. However, different colored Yoshis can be obtained before rescuing Yoshi, but adult Yoshis don't hatch from the Yoshi eggs, Yoshi babies do. The only way to get an adult Yoshi is to feed a baby Yoshi five babies, or a star. After Yoshi is rescued, green baby Yoshis can hatch from Yoshi Eggs.
Yoshi appears in this game just like he does in other games: as a mount. There are different Yoshi colors, and they have different abilities. It is revealed that Yoshi serves the Yoshi King, who is his brother.
Yoshi is one of the racers in Super Mario Hover Race.
Yoshi appears as a playable character in Mario Kart 8 Wii U. His special move is Triple Yoshi Egg.
Yoshi appears as a playable character in Mario Kart Wii 2.0.
Yoshi appears in Super Mario Bros. V for the same purpose as in Super Mario World but this time Yoshi's change color by drinking potions gotten from Purple Toad Houses and gets abilities so far the confirmed colors besides green are red, & blue
Yoshi appears in this animated movie as sidekick of Mario, as always.
Yoshi appears in this crossover game as a Gym Leader who specializes in Bug-type Pokémon. He is in the third gym, but he's the second leader to be challenged. After being defeated, he'll give the Egg Badge, $3,500.00 and TM83 (Infestation) as prizes. With the Egg Badge in hand, Yoshi tells to the player that he/she now have the Egg Power (and now Birdo can be challenged). If the player uses one of certain amiibo, he will give $4,200.00 instead of usual $3,500.00.
The entire Yoshi race appears in the Wii U/3DS title, but only on Yoshi's Island as NPCs. When the four heroes arrive on the island, a Yoshi informs them that the inhabitants are suffering from a poisonous substance that has infected the waters and is being emitted from the invasive Piranha Plants, and tasks them with defeating all of the plants and cleansing the bodies of the infected. This mission is completely optional however. In addition, four members of the Yoshi clan (one green, one red, one blue, and one yellow) decide to team up with the plumbers as a power-up, and can grant them new abilities. Compared to their appearance in Yoshi's Island, Yoshis are much more resilient, no longer flinching when hit, and doubling the defense of those who ride them. They can also use their tongues to ingest fruit that matches the favorite color of their rider, grapple onto hooks, poles, and ledges, and pull levers. They can even press switches by stepping on them while being ridden. Besides these new abilities, Yoshis can still toss eggs (though they can only hold one at a time) and flutter-jump, and perform different tasks depending on who their rider is.
Yoshi appears as the main playable character in Yoshi's Quest. He controls very similarly to his appearance in Super Mario Sunshine, of course with his iconic Egg Lay and Egg Throw included. In the game's story, Kamek steals the Yoshi Eggs from Yoshi's Island during the Egg Festival. Yoshi decides to set off to Koopa Island in order to find all the eggs and bring them back before the Egg Festival. Unlike other games in the Yoshi's Island series, Yoshi is the only playable member of his species, not counting Boshi in the game's extra mode.
- Main article: Yoshi (Calamity)
Yoshi makes a returning appearance in Super Smash Bros. Calamity as a veteran character. Yoshi retains his Super Smash Bros. Brawl moveset while keeping his Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U aesthetics, but he now has a new up aerial, a new up special, Yoshi's Wings and a new Final Smash, Mega Eggdozer. He also has two new palette swaps and a new alternate costume based on his appearance in Yoshi's Woolly World.
Yoshi appears in Mario Hoops 3-On-3 Switch (mainly known as Mario Hoops 3-On-3 Deluxe) as a playable character. He is an All-Around character type and his special move is Flutter Dunk. He is a starter character. His default partner is Birdo. His team name is the Yoshi Munchers.
Yoshi is a returning veteran in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Fighters. He confirmed to appear on May 25, 2018 along side the rest of the original 8. He appears alongside his yarn counterpart.
Yoshi appears as a major antagonist in Birdo's Beautiful Quest. When Birdo was on her way to visit Yoshi on his island, Yoshi did reasearch and discovered that the Birdo is the natural enemy of the Yoshi. So he plans to get rid of Birdo for good. When Birdo arrives, Yoshi tosses a Yoshi Egg at her and it sends her flying all the way to Bowser's Castle. Yoshi assumed that she was gone for good after this event, but when he found out that Birdo is still alive, he and the entire Yoshi clan decide to hunt for her during her mission to rescue Kamek and get rid of her for good. Different colored Yoshis that are loyal to Yoshi himself appear in almost every level in the game as enemies. These Yoshis try to swallow Birdo with their tounge, if successful, they will lay birdo inside a Yoshi Egg causing Birdo to shrink for a short time. Yoshi himself appears as and enemy in the final level of the game. In this level he attack by tossing Yoshi Eggs and trying to swallow Birdo himself. After the level is beaten, Yoshi, who is now tired and annoyed, says that he will stop trying to get rid of that "pesky little Birdo" (at least for now...).
|Universe||Yoshi||Full Name||T. Yoshisaur Munchakoopa|
|Home Stage||Yoshi's Island||Main Track||Yoshi's Island Melody|
|Alt. Track||The Grand Finale||Neutral Special||Egg Lay|
|Side Special||Egg Toss||UP Special||High Jump|
|Down Special||Yoshi Bomb||Final Smash||Super Dragon|
|On Screen Appearance||Pops out of a Yoshi Egg||Boxing Ring Name||He has his own island and everyting|
|Number of Palettes||18||Availability||Starter|
Yoshi appears as a playable character in Mario Tennis: Heroes Vs Villains. Yoshi is a speedy playing type giving him great speed but bad hitting power. Yoshi’s zone shots are Egg Roll (Yoshi goes in his egg form and rolls forwards or backwards) and Butt Slide (Yoshi begins sliding left or right on its but while spinning). Yoshi’s Special Shot is Helicopter Flight in which Yoshi transforms into Helicopter Yoshi to fly high in the air, he then transforms back and dives towards the ball. Yoshi’s villain is Kamek and his Hero Special Shot is Giant Yoshi Egg Crush where Yoshi throws a Giant Yoshi Egg upwards, it then comes down super quickly even catching it on fire where it then crushes Kamek. If Kamek uses his Hero Special Shot Cancel Yoshi will Throw the egg up but it will never come back down confusing the two and ending the cutscene
|An amiibo figure of Yoshi exists! For more info about this amiibo, see this page.|