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Mario Chucker?[edit]

I had a really really old guide for Mario 64, and in the enemies section the Chuckya was called the Mario Chucker. I was wondering if this could be included in the article.

Thanks, Quate 21:46, 16 August 2007 (EDT)

It probably could be (and "Mario Chucker" could certainly redirected to this article), but what company made this guide? Guides made by companies aside from Nintendo itself are not considered official. YELLOWYOSHI398
Brady games, I believe. It's title was the 'Unofficial Super Mario 64 GuideBook' with big yellow mario eyes on it. I suppose you're right, it is unofficial. Quate 21:51, 16 August 2007 (EDT)
OK. No offense, but that sounds a little too unofficial to be mentioned in the article to me, but you can still redirect Mario Chucker to here. YELLOWYOSHI398

This guy is in the Super Mario 64 and DS template as a boss. He's definitely not. Is he? I think we should put him in another section of this template. ---SuperGoom to the Rescue!

WUT DU--!!!![edit]

HEY!!!1 O'Chunks's throw attack IS simalar to Chuckya's! PUT IT BACK!!!!!!!KoopaMan.png Gumball of the Stars (talk)

No they were not based of each other and unless you can find a source that says they were it will not go in there Goomba's Shoe15 (talk)
But listen: O'Chunks throws Mario aroun sometimes in the same way Mario swung Bowser in 64. SO DOES CHUCKYA!!!!!!!KoopaMan.png Gumball of the Stars (talk)
Wait, what? aaaaaaaa Mariomario64! 09:21, 24 July 2011 (EDT)
The only reason they are similar is because they are throw attacks. Even though it is, to an extent, true, it is not notable enough to put in the article. ThirdMarioBro: Mario, Luigi, and me! 09:27, 24 July 2011 (EDT)
U said it TMB! The only difference is: In the case of O'Chunks, the player will bounce around as if it were a game of Pong. KoopaMan.png Gumball of the Stars (talk)


Since when is Chuckya a Bob-omb? Shadow2 (talk) 05:56, 27 March 2017 (EDT)

Chuckya's Japanese name is "Horuhei", which is a portmanteau of "hōru" (throw) and "Bomuhei" (Bob-omb). It's appearance, attack, and method of defeat are also similar to King Bob-omb's. Alex95sig1.pngAlex95sig2.png 11:03, 27 March 2017 (EDT)
Ah. Shadow2 (talk) 21:13, 27 March 2017 (EDT)