Talk:Chain Chomplet

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Original article copied word for word from Chomps, The Facts. Used with permission.

What's wrong with this info[edit]

"Three combined form a huge Chain Chomp in Pianta Village's 5th episode." This info can be confirmed because the Pianta owner says that her little chomplets have merged together. It does make sense because the Huge Chomp leaves a trail of lava goo similiar to the chomplets.--SpikeSpike Shield Badge PM.png

Does she say that? I don't recall that at all. Tell you what - let me play the game again, and then I'll tell you. I should be able to do so by tomorrow. Monty Mole (Talk·Contribs) 21:29, 30 September 2006 (EDT)

I just played the game again. The mayor says that the Chain Chomp is "bigger than all those pups put together". That doesn't imply that they merged. Monty Mole (Talk·Contribs) 10:11, 1 October 2006 (EDT)

I mean think about it. Does any normal chomp release lava goo? If so we should create an article about the Lava Chomp or something. The similarities are to similiar to be separated though. --SpikeSpike Shield Badge PM.png

Haven't played the game for a while, but do you remember what happens when you throw the Giant Chomp in the water? The lava comes off, and he is golden, while if you clean the small Chomplets they are black. Paper Jorge ( Talk·Contributions·) Paper Jorge was here at... 13:10, 1 October 2006 (EDT)

But that doesn't prove anything! Maybe it has something to do with day time, I don't know?--SpikeSpike Shield Badge PM.png

Yeah maybe. Or maybe it's another kind of Chomp called a Golden Chomp! Paper Jorge ( Talk·Contributions·) Paper Jorge was here at... 13:20, 1 October 2006 (EDT)

The big Chain Chomp doesn't release Lava Goo. It's just really overheated. Monty Mole (Talk·Contribs) 13:45, 1 October 2006 (EDT)

But where did that Chomp come from? And maybe we should add this info to Chain-Chomp or make a new article if this is incorrect. We probably need a 4th person to verify this information.--SpikeSpike Shield Badge PM.png

Remember, a lot of the enemies on Isle Delfino look and act a lot different than their Mushroom Kingdom counterparts. Enemies on Isle Delfino release goop (be it earth, lava, or electric goop), but that doesn't mean they are different. Information about this Chomp should simply be put in a section of the Chomp article. I've been trying to create sections about how enemies look and act in different games in the individual species articles. For example, in the Dry Bones article, there is a section about the role of Dry Bones in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga and Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time. A similar section should be added about information on Chomps relative to Super Mario Sunshine. Also, if no one in the game says where the Chomp came from, then we just don't know. It's as simple as that. -- Son of Suns