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|Angry Birds Epic: Uprising|
The game's North American boxart
Angry Birds Epic: Uprising is an RPG created by UUnlockedMario, and a pseudo-sequel to Angry Birds Epic. It is loosely based on LuigiFan00001's Angry Birds Bosses series. It was rated E10+ for Cartoon Violence, Comic Mischief, Mild Suggestive Themes, and Mild Language. It is also the last game chronologically in UUM's continuity.
The gameplay of Angry Birds Epic: Uprising is drastically different than the original game, and is similar to more conventional RPGs. The player controls Red on the overworld. The player battles enemies by running into them on the overworld; see below for more information on battles. Throughout the game, the player encounters slingshots, which act as a means of fast-travel. Each town is guaranteed to have these four facilities; a shop where the player can buy and sell items, an inn where Red and his allies can sleep to restore their HP & FP, a bank where the player can deposit and withdraw Snoutlings, and a kitchen where one of Chef Cochon's apprentices can cook recepies. There are also collectible items called Lucky Coins, which act like Star Pieces from the original Paper Mario and its sequel, and Crystal Berries from Bug Fables.
Prologue: Birdnapped Flock
The birds are seen taking care of their eggs. Out of nowhere, a chained cage drops from the sky and captures the eggs. More cages fall and trap everyone except Red. The cages' chains are revealed to be supported by an airship. The chains are then lifted and the airship flies off. Red follows it.
The airships lands by King Pig's castle. Out come the airship are the pigs, who are taking the caged birds into the castle. Red rushes through Pig City and heads towards the castle. Right before entering, he is greeted by a "mystical force" who tells him about RPG battles. Red enters the castle and fights a few Minion Pigs. Making it further into the castle, Red finally confronts King Pig and battles him. Upon being defeated, King Pig reveals that the birds are in the dungeon. He gives Red the key which unlocks their cells.
A cutscene plays, taking place while the flock was being kidnapped, where Chef Cochon is seen at a sanctuary housing seven artifacts known as the Chaos Emeralds. Centering the seven Chaos Emeralds is the Master Emerald. Chef Cochon appears to be performing a ritual in order to revive a powerful being. The being is successfully revived, and says that it's good to finally be back. Chef Cochon introduces himself to the being, who introduces himself as Lord Sinensis, and reveals that he was sealed in the Master Emerald 1000 years ago. As repayment for reviving him, Lord Sinensis grants Chef Cochon immortality. Chef Cochon convinces Lord Sinensis to team up with him. Back to the present with Red and King Pig, the castle is being attacked. The wall gets destroyed, and Chef Cochon is seen with Lord Sinensis. Sinensis orders his minions to seize King Pig, and he telekinetically lifts Red, and throws him out the broken wall. Sinensis then usurps the throne.
Chapter 1: Infiltrate Dragon Fruit Castle
As Red was sent flying out of the castle, and he lands somewhere called Reticulata Town, a place where birds and pigs live together. His wounded body in found by the town's residents, who take him to the inn. Three days later, Red recovers and starts to explore the town. Red eventually comes across a playground "owned" by a bully bird named Spike, who appears to be bullying a pink piglet, and he tells her that girls are not allowed on "his" playground. He hits her and steals her doll, and the pink piglet runs off crying. Red enters the scene, and Spike is agitated that someone entered "his" playground without his permission, and challenged Red to a battle. Red quickly defeats Spike, who vows that he will be back, and Red continues onward.
Eventually, Red encounters Cherrim; the princess of the Plant Kingdom. She reveals how she was held captive in a nearby castle, but managed to escape, explaining how she got sent to Reticulata Town. Cherrim decides to join Red on his quest. After exploring more of the town, Red discovers that Ruby is the mayor. The two eventually make it to the outskirts, and a draconic pitaya enters and terrorizes the town. It confronts Red and Cherrim, and the a boss battle begins. After they defeat Dragon Fruit, it begins to emit light, and then explodes. The exit the town, and Red hears the same voice again. The voice tells him to head for Dragon Fruit Castle, as the first Chaos Emerald is located there.
The two explore the Cobalt Plateaus while encountering and fighting early-game enemies, and eventually make it to Dragon Fruit Castle. Cherrim reveals that this is the castle she was locked up in. Before they can enter, April O'Peel appears and battles them. Red and Cherrim defeat her and they enter the castle. The Ninja Turnips appear to be communicating with Lord Sinensis via the Chaos Emerald, who is ordering them to stop Red. After navigating a few of the castle's traps, Red and Cherrim encounter a treasure hunter named Chili Pepper Cookie in the treasure room. After a brief conversation, she makes off with her treasure. Exploring more of the castle, Red and Cherrim make it to the top, where they encounter the Ninja Turnips and defeat them. Red obtains the first Chaos Emerald, but is unsure as to what it is.
Back at King Pig's castle, a Carrotrooper enters the throne room, and informs Lord Sinensis that the Ninja Turnips have been defeated. Sinensis is surprised by this, and he uses the Master Emerald to contact another minion of his; a scientist named Dr. Bananas. Meanwhile in Chef Cochon's cooking class, he in instructing his new students, who are all Carrotroopers. One Carrotrooper's dish blows up, and Chef Cochon escorts her to the backroom. He forces the Carrotrooper to jump into the cauldron of cooking oil. She refuses to jump, and Chef Cochon pushes her in it. Back with Red and Cherrim, Red hears the same voice again. The voice tells him that he must go to Tangelo Town so he can get on a helicopter in order to reach Isla Nuboar.
Chapter 2: Welcome to Jurassic Pork
Red and Cherrim begin to explore the Golden Fields. On their way to Tangelo Town, they are ambushed by Spike again. Red defeats Spike again and he flees. The two continue their journey to Tangelo Town. When they make it to the outskirts, a large, rainbow-colored snake is summoned from a beam of light, and it attacks Red and Cherrim. They defeat it and finally arrive at Tangelo Town.
Chapter 3: Concert in the Desert
Chapter 4: Dark Days in CookieLand
Chapter 5: Perils in the Plant Kingdom
Chapter 6: The Not-so Lost City of Piglantis
Chapter 7: A Chaos Emerald on Thin Ice
Chapter 8: A Chaotic Final Battle!
Red fights three of his five partners at a time; they can be switched out of battle. The characters have stats that grow as they level up:
- Hit Points show the amount of damage a party member can take. When it reaches 0, the character is knocked out and unable to fight unless revived. Having the entire party knocked out ends the game and the player automatically restarts from their last save.
- Feather Points are used for special moves.
- Attack is the physical strength of a character. Combined with the character's weapon, it adds up to a final value that affects how much damage they deal to an opponent with physical attacks.
- Defense, combined with the character's armor, reduces the amount of damage a character receives from an enemy's normal physical attack.
- Magic Attack affects the strength of a character's special skill.
- Magic Defense is similar to defense, but only protects against enemies' special skills, not regular attacks.
- Speed affects what order the character fights. Characters with a high speed move before any other allies or enemies.
- Luck affects the likeliness of a character landing a critical hit, doubling the damage of their attacks.
When a character gains a certain amount of experience points, they level up, gaining anywhere from 1-5 points in each stat. The player can also choose any of the stats they want to give bonus points to. The highest level is 50. When a character reaches a certain level, they learn a new special move. If a character reaches a certain level, they rank up, and receive special benefits. The ranks are as follows:
Battles begin by moving into an enemy on a main game map. Red and his allies appear on the left side of the screen, while enemies appear on the right. Enemies yield an amount of exp. and Snoutlings when defeated, and have a chance of dropping items when defeated. In battle, characters have four options:
- Attack: The character performs a basic attack with the weapon they have equipped.
- Item: The character uses an item on themselves, an ally, or an enemy.
- Special: The character uses a special move, which costs FP.
- Other: The character can either defend, ensuring they take less damage if they are hit, or run away, which is not even possible in certain situations.
During their adventure, Red and his friends are free to visit many optional places in the game.
One of the biggest side quests is the Glitz Pit, an arena located in Deliciosa Town. It is a fighting tournament hosted by the Mad Hatter. It is where Red and his allies go under the fighting name "The Boss Birds". It is where they fight 19 rounds of enemies, with themselves starting at rank 20. The tournament is divided into two leagues; the Minor League being ranks 20-11, and the Major League being 10-1. After beating rank 1, the Boss Birds get to face the tournament's Champion, the Baz. The side quest becomes available after the player recruits Knight Cookie.
In the Golden Fields, there is a small, elusive region called Gnome Village. The village is home to many Gnomes, notable for their quirkiness and strange speech patterns.
|HP recovery items||Apple||Recovers 10 HP|
|Orange||Recovers 10 HP|
|Banana||Recovers 10 HP|
|Lemon||Recovers 10 HP|
|Lime||Recovers 10 HP|
|Peach||Recovers 10 HP|
|Mango||Recovers 10 HP|
|Grapes||Recovers 20 HP|
|Pineapple||Recovers 20 HP|
|Watermelon||Recovers 20 HP|
|Melon||Recovers 20 HP|
|Coconut||Recovers 20 HP|
|Durian||Recovers 40 HP|
|Cherries||Recovers 10 HP|
|Strawberry||Recovers 10 HP|
|Blueberry||Recovers 10 HP|
|Raspberry||Recovers 10 HP|
|Blackberry||Recovers 10 HP|
|Carrot||Recovers 10 HP|
|Cucumber||Recovers 10 HP|
|Broccoli||Recovers 10 HP|
|Mushroom||Recovers 10 HP|
|Tomato||Recovers 10 HP|
|Potato||Recovers 20 HP|
|Corn||Recovers 20 HP|
|Cabbage||Recovers 20 HP|
|Eggplant||Recovers 20 HP|
|Turnip||Recovers 40 HP|
|Pumpkin||Recovers 10 HP|
|Steak||Recovers 30 HP|
|Not-bird Drumstick||Recovers 30 HP|
|Shrimp||Recovers 20 HP|
|Catfish||Recovers 20 HP|
|Salmon||Recovers 20 HP|
|Crab||Recovers 20 HP|
|Oyster||Recovers 20 HP|
|Octopus||Recovers 20 HP|
|Squid||Recovers 20 HP|
|Tuna||Recovers 40 HP|
|Maha-mahi||Recovers 50 HP|
|Acorn||Recovers 5 HP|
|Piggy Nut||Recovers 5 HP|
|Lizard Egg||Recovers 20 HP|
|Cocoa Bean||Recovers 10 HP|
|FP recovery items||Honey Syrup||Recovers 10 FP|
|Maple Syrup||Recovers F0 SP|
|Royal Syrup||Recovers all FP|
|Piggy Leaf||Recovers 10 FP and cures status conditions|
|Forest Leaf||Recovers 10 FP and cures status conditions|
|Cake Mix||Recovers 5 FP and cures status conditions|
|HP & FP recovery items||Wheat||Recovers 20 HP & FP|
|Rice||Recovers 20 HP & FP|
|Dried Pasta||Recovers 20 HP & FP|
|Cheese||Recovers 20 HP & FP|
|Solar Droplet||Recovers 75 HP and 25 FP|
|Lunar Droplet||Recovers 25 HP and 75 FP|
|Celestial Droplet||Recovers 50 HP & FP|
|Cerdan Milk||Recovers all HP & FP|
|Reviving items||Sardines||Revives a party member with all of their HP|
|Other||Healing Herb||Can cure any status condition|
|Black Pearl||All party members become invisible and evade attacks for 5 turns|
|Fire Pea||Increases Attack and Magic Attack for 10 turns|
|Ice Pea||Increases Defense and Magic Defense for 10 turns|
|Electric Pea||Increases Speed for 10 turns|
|Toy Dog||Guarantees escape from a battle, does not work on bosses|
|Tiny Exp. Seed||Makes a party member gain 10 exp.|
|Small Exp. Seed||Makes a party member gain 100 exp.|
|Medium Exp. Seed||Makes a party member gain 500 exp.|
|Large Exp. Seed||Makes a party member gain 2,000 exp.|
|Giant Exp. Seed||Makes a party member gain 6,000 exp.|
|Colossal Exp. Seed||Makes a party member gain 20,000 exp.|
|Marble Egg||Can be sold at shops for 500 Snoutlings|
|Bronze Egg||Can be sold at shops for 1,000 Snoutlings|
|Silver Egg||Can be sold at shops for 5,000 Snoutlings|
|Gold Egg||Can be sold at shops for 20,000 Snoutlings|
|Platinum Egg||Can be sold at shops for 80,000 Snoutlings|
|Eggsteroid||Can be sold at shops for 500,000 Snoutlings|
|Hit Bean||Permanently increases a party member's HP by 1|
|Feather Bean||Permanently increases a party member's FP by 1|
|Attack Bean||Permanently increases a party member's Attack by 1|
|Defense Bean||Permanently increases a party member's Defense by 1|
|Magic Attack Bean||Permanently increases a party member's Magic Attack by 1|
|Magic Defense Bean||Permanently increases a party member's Magic Defense by 1|
|Speed Bean||Permanently increases a party member's Speed by 1|
|Luck Bean||Permanently increases a party member's Luck by 1|
Recepies made by Chef Cochon's apprentices can be viewed here.
|Dolly||Reticulata Town||A doll that looks like Stella, owned by a pink piglet. It is found in the playground, and can be returned for a Lucky Coin.|
|Castle Key||Dragon Fruit Castle||Opens a door in Dragon Fruit Castle.|
|Minion Pigs are the lowest-ranked members of the Bad Piggies. They are the first enemies to be encountered, and the weakest.||King Pig's Castle|
|Stick Pigs are pigs who hold sticks. As such, they deal more damage than their stickless counterparts.||Cobalt Plateaus|
|Helmet Pigs are pigs who wear helmets, and are Helmet's soldiers. Their defense is high for early-game standards.||Cobalt Plateaus|
|Fat Pigs are enormous, corpulent Minion Pigs who are much stronger than their smaller counterparts.|
|Sleepyhead Pigs are pigs who start the battle asleep until they are attacked.|
|Mexican Pigs are support enemies; they have no attack, but restore other enemies' HP by throwing tacos at them. They can also boost enemies' stats by performing a dance with their maracas.||Japonica Desert|
|Stupid Pigs are extremely rare pigs. They run away if they are not defeated quickly.|
|Trotter Tot||These potato-like creatures are Lord Sinensis's bottom-of-the-barrel minions. They are the second-weakest enemies in the game, being ever-so-slightly stronger than Minion Pigs.||Cobalt Plateaus|
|Armorcorn||Acorn-like creatures who are also very low-ranked. They have an interesting gimmick; they are very resilient when standing upright, and full damage can only be dealt when they are knocked over.||Cobalt Plateaus|
|Grenegg||Walking explosives that resemble eggs.||Dragon Fruit Castle|
Dr. Bananas' Lab
|Bananarang||Monkey-like creatures who wield boomerangs resembling bananas.|
|Cherry Bomber||Humanoid creatures who throw cherry-shaped bombs. Their appearance resembles Bomberman from the video game franchise of the same name.|
|Sledge Ham||Pig-like creatures who carry giant drumsticks, and use them as weapons. Despite their porcine appearance, they have no connection to the Bad Piggies.|
|Jailwaker||Walking cages that imprison Minion Pigs. When the Jailwalker is defeated, the Minion Pig will be freed and toss healing items at Red and his party.|
|Carrotrooper||These carrot-like creatures are Lord Sinensis's elite soldiers. They are fast, wear armor, and carry guns that shoot hot sauce.|
|Vesausageraptor||One of the Swinosaurs; a hybrid between a pig and a Velociraptor.||Jurassic Pork|
|Pterydactail||One of the Swinosaurs; a hybrid between a pig and a Pteranodon.||Jurassic Pork|
|Steakosaurus||One of the Swinosaurs; a hybrid between a pig and a Stegosaurus.||Jurassic Pork|
|Piguanadon||One of the Swinosaurs; a hybrid between a pig and an Iguanadon.||Jurassic Pork|
|Red Crazy Bird|
|Yellow Crazy Bird|
|Black Crazy Bird|
|White Crazy Bird|
|Blue Crazy Bird|
|King Pig||50||King Pig's Castle||Bad Piggies|
|Dragon Fruit||100||Reticulata Town||Citrean Army|
|Ninja Turnips||55 (Leonardo)|
|Dragon Fruit Castle||Citrean Army|
|Rainbow Snake||250||Golden Fields||Citrean Army|
|Tyrannoshortribs Rex||320||Jurassic Pork||Citrean Army|
|Dr. Bananas||270||Dr. Bananas' Lab||Citrean Army|
|Lady Pasta||400||Japonica Coliseum||Citrean Army|
|Frosty the Snowcone||440||Deliciosa Prison||Citrean Army|
|Judge Walter W. Waffle||500||Deliciosa Courthouse||Citrean Army|
|Pistachio Cookie||520||Giant Fossil Cliff||Cookies|
|Moonlight Cookie||600||City of Wizards||Cookies|
|Hoo the Owl||720||Hoo's Woods||Plants|
|Pult Brothers||150 (Kernel-pult)|
|King Plant||800||Plant Castle||Plants|
|Monster Burger||1,200||South Beach||Citrean Army|
|King Pig||1,000||South Sea Temple||Bad Piggies|
|Captain Obvious||1,150||USS Gas Attack||Citrean Army|
|Yetiberry||1,250||Nobilis Mountains||Citrean Army|
|Party Rock||1,550||Maxima Club||Citrean Army|
|Sour Rangers||300 (Red)|
|Maxima Club Balcony||Citrean Army|
|General Grapefruit||1,800||Paradisi Outpost||Citrean Army|
|Citronstein||2,500||Pig City||Citrean Army|
|Gummy Queen||2,000||King Pig's Castle||Citrean Army|
|Lemon2||2,000 (Lemon Cookie)|
500 (Priest Limon)
|King Pig's Castle||Citrean Army|
|Lord Sinensis||3,000||King Pig's Castle||Citrean Army|
|1,000,000||Top of King Pig's Castle||Citrean Army|
|April O'Peel||50||Dragon Fruit Castle Exterior||Citrean Army|
|Tricerachops||120||Jurassic Pork||Citrean Army|
|Dr. Midget||170||Dr. Bananas' Lab||Citrean Army|
|Helmet||220||Japonica Desert||Bad Piggies|
|Master Jailwalker||250||Deliciosa Prison||Citrean Army|
|Mustachio||250||City of Wizards||Bad Piggies|
|Alchemist Cookie||300||City of Wizards||Cookies|
|Helmet||400||Plant Road||Bad Piggies|
|Pumpkin & Hat||10 (both)||Plant Road||Bad Piggies|
|Elemental Peas||130 (Snow Pea)|
150 (Electric Peashooter)
|Helmet||570||South Beach||Citrean Army|
|Mustachio||700||Nobilis Mountains||Citrean Army|
|Colonel Spike||1,000||Paradisi Outpost Exterior||Citrean Army|
|Helmet||1,200||King Pig's Castle||Citrean Army|
|Mustachio||1,500||King Pig's Castle||Citrean Army|
|Spike||1,000||King Pig's Castle||Unaffiliated|
|The Baz||1,000||Glitz Pit||Unaffiliated|
|Ninja Cookie||200||Cookie Dojo||Cookies|
|Red Pepper Cookie||800|
|General Jujube Cookie||2,000|
|Bonk Choy||200||Plant Dojo||Plants|
|Fruit Ninja Fruits||800 (Banana)|
|Pit of 100 Trials||Unaffiliated|
- Angry Birds Epic: Uprising was also supposed to be released on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, but due to the game having several Nintendo references, the game's creator decided to make it exclusively for the Switch.
- If one looks closely at the boxart, they can see Lord Sinensis.
- This was removed from the European boxart as to not spoil his appearance which had been left a surprise for the country's consumers.
- Spiritomb is the only main boss to be unaffiliated.
- The Toy Dog originated from the toons episode Joy To The Pigs.