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Official name: Radonkel ?[edit]

In the official German player's guides "Game Boy Spieleberater 2" and "Super Game Boy Spieleberater" this bird is named "Radonkel". But I don't know whether this is also his name in English. Moving, or not? --Grandy02 12:20, 1 June 2007 (EDT)

Could somebody answer? The official German name is better than no official name, isn't it? --Grandy02 12:14, 22 June 2007 (EDT)

The crows from PM2 and the Bird from SML2 are COMPLETLY different characters. - Ultimatetoad

Actually, to be honest, we are an english wiki. Since it is conjectural, we give the article a common name so people can easily find it without too much searching. Wouldn't Crow be much easier to look up than Radonkel?Knife (talk) 15:54, 22 June 2007 (EDT)

Yes, of course, but Radonkel is official, Crow isn't. The template tells "If an official name for this material is discovered, please move the conjecturally titled information to the appropriate page.". --Grandy02 04:29, 23 June 2007 (EDT)

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Crows in Donkey Kong[edit]

The "Crows" in the Game Boy Donkey Kong resemble the bigger Nitpickers in Donkey Kong Jr. and act like them (the stage they appear in is also similar to that respective stage in DKJR). I think the DK "Crow" should be merged with Nitpicker, and Bird (Donkey Kong) as well, and a part-conjecture template should be added then. --Grandy02 11:37, 9 January 2010 (EST)

Considering everything is conjectural anyway, this sounds like a good idea. They do look very similar, and if they have the same behaviour, this is probably their origin, as Snapjaws also make an appearance on the Game Boy. - Cobold (talk · contribs) 13:04, 9 January 2010 (EST)