The Smelba egg as seen in the Journal in Viva Piñata: Trouble in Paradise.

Eggs are the shell containing a Piñata before they are born until they hatch and break out of the egg. Eggs are delivered by Storkos from Egg Mountain after a piñata romances with another compatible piñata. After the piñata hatches from the Egg, the piñata will turn into a child Resident of the garden. Each species of piñata has a different look for their eggs.

Cluckles can hatch eggs instantaneously.

Eggs of almost all piñata species will hatch automatically over time. An egg can be hatched immediately by directing a Cluckles to the egg. However, a few species such as the Dragonache and the Choclodocus cannot hatch from an egg on their own over time and require a Cluckles to hatch the egg for them. The Choclodocus egg requires a Cluckles with the Jurassic Hair Accessory to hatch correctly, and will not hatch otherwise.

Before Storkos started to deliver eggs by herself, Piñatas had to directly go to Egg Mountain themselves to get their eggs. This resulted in some of the eggs being damaged and broken. With the advent of Storkos all of the eggs were able to be delivered safely to their parents, thus making her a hero.

In Viva Piñata: Trouble in Paradise, the eggs can be viewed in the Journal to see the description and value of the egg. Each egg has a different journal description. This is not true in the first Viva Piñata game.

Gameplay elements
Player Tower of Sour · Chocolate Coin · Alert · Award · Achievement · Gardener level · Journal · Camera · Concept art · Player Permissions · Training episode · Label · Label Designer · Crate
Garden Weather · Day and night cycle · Fertilizer · Transformation · Candy · Shop · Pinometer · Helper · Piñata Vision · Bouncer Board · Garden Store · Trap · Playground · Just for Fun · Cursor
Tools Watering can · Shovel · Surface Packet · Trick Stick · Seed Bag · Fertilizer Bag · Bait Bag
Piñatas Species · Variant · Wild · Resident · Egg · Cocoon · Sour · Evolution · Romance · Conflict · Fight · Sickness · Wild-card · Happiness Rating · Food chain · Accessory · Costume · Trick · Item level · Reluctance to return
Minigames Great Piñata Paperchase · P-Factor
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