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Baby Bio:

The Edamimi is a saucy-sweet sprig of jingly-jangly cheer. Swaying blithely to the music, it shakes its curlicue boughs to produce an effervescent 'shikka-shikka' sound. Beaning itself on its own noddle evokes a subtler, more sustained rattle - and elicts fits of laughter from observers as its eyes rollick about in its head. Naughty sprouts risk a good shelling if they get too boisterous and are often told to 'mind your peas and cukes.'
Adult Bio:
Percussionists are reowned for their well-developed forearms, but the Edamimi is not your garden-variety instrumentalist. Far from brawny, its forelimbs are delicate and twig-like, performing a balletic display that can only be described as ap-'pea-ling. Its sound is light and bright, with a metallic clarity that plays in sharp contrast to its organic nature. A precocious rascal, the Edamimi likes to contemplate the havoc that might be wrought by a single, rogue garden pea. Pet peeves include garden tools, insufficient drainage, and extended droughts.

Description

As a child, Edamimi is a plant-like monster. It has an onion-esque head with a leaf. Inside the lear is a small, pea-shaped object. It has two vine-like arms with five pods on each of them. The arms are curled at the ends. Its body has the appearance of a flower-like dress, fading from green to orange, and having a leafy collar. Its feet are green with two curled toes on each.

As an adult, its leaf grows longer and it turns into a pod-like structure, holding more of the pea-shaped objects. The dress-like body got longer, and its arms are now stem-like. It has four pods on each and has small, red flowers and leaves on the end of its arms.

When idle, as a child, Edamimi will curl its arms and sway from side to side; as an adult, Edamimi will sway from side to side while clapping its hands to keep in tempo.

Song

Baby Edamimi

The Edamimi's song is played on a tambourine, it jingles its five pods on its arms to produce a sound of a tambourine being shaken and bop its head to produce a tambourine being hit. On the Continent, It plays its part when Whaddle, Rootitoot, and Flowah perform. On Party Island, it plays its part when Mammott and Potbelly sings.

Breeding

Edemimi can be breed with the combination of Plant, Water, Earth, and Fire. The possible combinations include:

Teleportation

The Edamimi can be teleported to Party Island at level 5 with a reward of 2 diamonds. Teleport time for Edamimi is 5 minutes.

Name Origin

Edamimi comes from the Japanese word "edamame", which is a preparation of immature soy beans in a pod that is boiled or steamed and salted, it is also commonly used in East-Asian Cuisines. Though It looks similar to the Edamimi's arms and the pod on top of its head.

Notes

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The Edamimi in a Plant-Like area.

  • It is the first Quad-Element monster to be teleported to the Party Island.
  • It's the second Quad-Element monster to be available (Only In Dawn of Fire) at level 7, the first is Entbrat.
    • Edamimi is also the first quad-element monster exclusive to DoF to not have the air element.
  • It is the third monster to be only teleported to Party Island. The first is Shrubb, the second one is Maw. The fourth monster would later be T-Rox.
    • Its song is similar to Boodoo, since both of their songs are tambourines.
  • It is the third Quad-Element to take up only a 2x2 space when an adult. The first was the Yelmut and the second was the Krillby.


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