Talk:Bound Wanwan

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There's really no evidence these are called Stompin' Chomps. As I said here, the only source for this name is Rompin', Stompin' Chomps, which is most likely meant to read "Rompin', Stompin' Chomps", not "Rompin', Stompin' Chomps". I'd suggest moving this to Bound Wanwan, as it's the only directly confirmed name. Niiue (talk) 06:57, March 25, 2019 (EDT)

Not so fast! I've asked to LinkTheLefty, and i'm yet waiting for his answer. Let's just probably wait until he finds name in both guides. --Ski Yoshi FanOfYoshi A Dr. Freezegood 07:15, March 25, 2019 (EDT)
Let's see what will he answer for us. --Ski Yoshi FanOfYoshi A Dr. Freezegood 08:12, March 25, 2019 (EDT)
Since the article says that they are prominent in Rompin', Stompin' Chomps, I checked the info there. In the Nintendo Power guide, they are referred to as "bouncing Chomps" and are differentiated from Incoming Chomps, although it also refers to the Chomp Shark as both an "Incoming Chomp" and "Chomp". In the Prima Games guide, those three are more generally referred to as "Chomps" in that section. However, earlier on page 16, it is mentioned that Winged Clouds can be "smashed with a rolled Romp Chomp", although that appears to just be an alternate name for Chomp Rock, which the rest of the guide seems to get right. LinkTheLefty (talk) 10:54, March 25, 2019 (EDT)
It's hard to tell wether "Stompin' Chomp" was intended to be taken as a name, or if it was only a generic descriptor. --Ski Yoshi FanOfYoshi A Dr. Freezegood 03:04, March 28, 2019 (EDT)
Since it is only ever alluded to in this one level title, it seems like neither. LinkTheLefty (talk) 19:55, June 25, 2019 (EDT)