Amitie and the Mysterious Egg

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Amitie and the Mysterious Egg
Amitie and the Mysterious Egg cover.jpg
Amitie and the Mysterious Egg cover
WriterUtako Yoshino
IllustratorKome Ichigo
Release dateJapan April 15, 2014

Amitie and the Mysterious Egg (アミティとふしぎなタマゴ Amitī to Fushigi na Tamago) is a novel based on the Puyo Puyo series. The story involves Amitie discovering an egg that hatches into a bird named Tama, and going on an adventure to find its true mother.


Amitie was on her way to the Primp Magic School, but then she wanders off into a mysterious forest appeared out of nowhere. Within the forest, she comes across a stone with a faint glow…or so she thought. It turns out it’s a large, shining egg, and it hatches in front of her! Amitie decides to take care of the cute hatchling, which she names “Tama”. Day after day, Amitie’s friends, Arle, Ringo, and everyone at the Magic School play with Tama, but a problem arises…?!

—Official synopsis[1]


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Chapter 1

On her way to the park, Amitie comes across a trail, leading to a part of the forest that she has never seen before. Thinking it's a shortcut, she followed the forest trail only find herself lost. While trying to find a way out, she wanders deeper within, getting herself into the Mysterious Forest while chasing down a gold-colored Puyo that suddenly appeared. As if she was led by it, she finds a forest clearing with a lone, glowing egg sitting at the center. Curious about it, she touched the egg, prompting it to crack open and hatch before Amitie's eyes.

Chapter 2

After finding her way out of the forest, Amitie finally meets up with Arle, Carbuncle, and Ringo at the park with a baby bird in her arms. The bird, white as snow and small enough to fit in Amitie's hands, is given the name "Tama". Being unable to take care of the bird because of school, she leaves it behind, but finds herself unable to do so, as Tama has imprinted Amitie to be its mother. Realizing this, Amitie has a change of heart, and becomes willing to take care of it like her own child and develops a motherly bond with it.


  • Tama and its mother are likely inspired by the mythological Roc, a large bird of prey.


  1. Primp Town Library's translation