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|“||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.'||”|
|“||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.||”|
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.
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.
- Pummel + Kayna
- Thrumble + Potbelly
- Rootitoot + Noggin
- Repatillo + Toe Jammer
- Oaktopus + Stogg
- Fwog + Flowah
- Shrubb + Phangler
The Edamimi can be teleported to Party Island at level 5 with a reward of 2 diamonds. Teleport time for Edamimi is 5 minutes.
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.
- 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 the Party Island. The first is Shrubb, the second one is Maw.
- When on Party Island, this monster has the smallest song.
- Its song is similar to Boodoo, since both of their songs are tambourines.
- On Party Island, its song is just a looped sound, being 0.2 seconds. From its Continent song.
- Edamimi is the most recent monster as of now.
|Monsters (Dawn of Fire)|