Talk:Whirling Maple Leaf

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Any ideas on what this does yet?

familiar actions

I could have sworn that my Whirling Maple Leaf was restoring both MP and HP before I drank some maple syrup. After I drank the syrup, my Leaf only restored my MP. Can anyone confirm this phenomenon, or is it just my imagination? -- Nekobawt


Weight and mp restored

  1. 5
  2. 6
  3. 7
  4.  ?

With several attacks for each that did return mana and no variation in the data and the clean linear fit to the data it is fairly clear that MP restored = weight + 4. --Shagie 12:57, 25 Oct 2005 (MDT)

  • Seems to be the same so far for me (1 and 2 lbs), however, concerning the damage: When he was 1 lb, he always hit for 2 damage (might've been coincidence though), but at 2 lbs, he hits for 1-3. I'll keep checkin'. Anyone mind adding more data?

Update: Uh-oh. It's not weight +4, at least not all the time. Mine's 3 lbs at the moment, and restored me for 6. So, uh, I guess it's X+3-4. Aaaaaaand now it restored 5. Grah. Methnor 07:50, 27 November 2005 (Central Standard Time)

Testing with a 19-lb. Maple Leaf showed MP recovery between 12-21, so it's obviously not level + 4. Wild guess at the formula: ((weight * X) + Y), where X is a random percentage in some range and Y is a static number (probably 4).--Discordia 14:29, 22 March 2006 (CST)

Has anyone done any reasearch on its damage average? -GG Crono 18:55, 26 May 2006 (CDT)

Some further testing shows that the MP restoration seems similar to the Ghuol Whelp, but since it doesn't heal as much, it's difficult to verify. Damage is a little more concrete, although again, it's low percentage of activity is particular hard to use in verification of formulas. Note that these were taken on a day when there was no moonlight whatsoever.--Foggy 11:54, 4 August 2006 (CDT)


Aboot must be a reference to south park, where all canadians get laughed at 'cause they can't pronouce about. Am I Right? Kewangji 08:30, 18 August 2006 (CDT)

  • No, it's just Canadians, who pronounce about funny. Eh? Mrtimoftimiii 09:01, 18 August 2006 (CDT)
  • Both this and South Park are making fun of the same aspect of Canadian dialect. That's not a reference, it's just a coincidence. --Jonrock 12:38, 18 August 2006 (CDT)

I don't believe it restores HP

I've been using the Maple Leaf for awhile now and I really don't think that it restores HP it never has for me anyway, perhaps it restores HP on different days or for different classes... Anyway I just think someone should clarify because the stats are definitely not 35% for mana and 25% for health because I've gotten hundreds of mana restores and no health


Paper Mario was not the first to use Maple Syrup to recover Flower Points. In Super Mario RPG, the Characters held the items up, in front of them to use them; and the special effect of Syrups are sparkling stars over the Character using it.--KydrouKair, The Pastamancer 03:20, 6 May 2008 (CDT)