Talk:Dry Dry Desert

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Merge Dry Dry Desert (course) with this page[edit]

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keep split 3-10

The title explains all (I pretty much say that every propsal). Bowser's Castle (course) was merged a couple of months ago with Bowser's Castle. Why not merge Dry Dry Desert (course) with this page?

Proposer: Supremo78 (talk)
Deadline: July 18, 2011, 23:59

Support[edit]

  1. Supremo78 (talk) I support my proposal.
  2. Reddragon19k (talk) Love it! Per him and proposal!
  3. BoygeyDude (talk) Per the proposal. :)

Oppose[edit]

  1. Goomba's Shoe15 (talk) the two areas don't look similar other than being deserts and they don't share the same Japanese names so the only thing they have in common is that they are both deserts and they both have twisters however, most deserts in the mario series have twisters
  2. UltraMario3000 (talk)Per Goomba's Shoe.
  3. YoshiGo99 (talk)Per all.
  4. Tails777 (talk) The 2 are way too different to be merged. Per all all the way.
  5. Yoshiwaker (talk) - Per all.
  6. Zero777 (talk) they are two very different things, and I'm still not sure why those Bowser's Castle courses were merged, per all.
  7. Superfiremario (talk) They are two different places. One is a Paper Mario location, one is a Mario Kart: Double Dash!! course.
  8. Walkazo (talk) - Per Goomba's Shoe15.
  9. DKPetey99 (talk) They may be both deserts with the same name, but one appears in MK: DD!! and other PM. Both have different effects on the player, too.
  10. Mariomaster228 (talk) Per all.

Comments[edit]

Same thing with the Bowser's Castle course. Supremo78 (talk)

this is different the dry dry desert from mario kart is an Egyptian themed desert while the original from paper mario is just a desert, they aren't very similar and only share the name but not very many features Goomba's Shoe15 (talk)
I think Nintendo did that on purpose to make a new version of Dry Dry Desert. I mean seriously, we can include in the article that it was redesigned. Supremo78 (talk)
But you have to have a source and other than the name which is not the same in Japan nothing suggests that they are they same Goomba's Shoe15 (talk)
So you think that Nintendo wouldn't use the exact same name for a course in a Mario Kart game that is almost like the Paper Mario game? Oh and also, we don't have to use Japanese names for things here, maybe Nintendo of America suggested it. Supremo78 (talk)
the Japanese name casts doubt the fact that other than both of these areas are deserts these two areas share almost nothing in common proves to me that these two areas are different areas that happen to share the same name Goomba's Shoe15 (talk)
That'd be like saying Mt. Lava Lava was the same as Mt. Lavalava, which the names are very similar.--UM3000 E-102 Gamma.png