Talk:Digga

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Can we at least say in this article that the Digga enemies look extremely similar to the drill and Moguramen enemies from Wario Land 4? I don't know about anyone else, but they look far closer to this:

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than the Mario Land 2 Drill Mole, both in attack pattern and appearance. They're not the same species, but at least it's not comparing two completely distinct enemies with no similarities other than a drill.

I didn't edit yet because the link was placed right in the middle of the page. Heck, the article probably needs some good rewriting and reformatting to be honest.

Cheat-master30 00:59, 19 June 2010 (UTC)cheat-master30

Stuff about Diggas[edit]

Does anyone think that they might be a sub-species of Bullet Bills? I honestly, am not sure if they related to Bullet Bills or not. Another is that we have to put in a picture of a current Digga, as the only one on the article are the beta Diggas.--Holyromanemperortatan 16:08, 7 November 2010 (UTC)

Judging by the German name, which translated to Torpedo Drill, they could at least be a sub-species of Torpedo Teds. BTW, the beta Diggas look pretty much the same as non-beta. 30STM.PNG This Is War 30STM.PNG 16:31, 7 November 2010 (UTC)

The only difference between beta Diggas and current Diggas is that beta Diggas have different eyes and a "black ring" in the back instead of a "red ring". Also, how would they be sub-species of Torpedo Teds? Missile Bills are a sub-species of Torpedo Teds because of their similar behaviors. Diggas do not chase Mario, and they are called "Torpedo Drills" because of their torpedo-like appearance.--Holyromanemperortatan 16:42, 7 November 2010 (UTC)

They could be a sub-species of pretty much anything depending on how you "justify" it. As long as they're not officially stated to be one, however, that's pure speculation. Their Japanese name doesn't appear to be similar to either of those enemies' names either. (I don't get how on earth a Missile Bill would be related to a Torpedo Ted, btw. They don't look like them, they don't act like them and they're named after Bullet Bills.)--vellidragon 16:47, 7 November 2010 (UTC)

Diggas are probably not any species or subspecies of Bullet Bill because they are never in the air, "flying" or under water. They don't chase you and they always have a set path that they repeat until stomped or drilled.