Talk:Eep Cheep

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I know the Eep-Cheep isn't exactly yellow, but should we really call it "golden"? I say this because Cheep-Cheeps in New Super Mario Bros. 2 can become golden in a more literal sense, so I think where it says "golden" should be changed to "yellow" on the Eep-Cheep page. --Nintendo101 (talk) 22:53, 10 December 2012 (EST)


How do we know this?... also in NSMB wii, they weren't called "Eeep Cheep schools". they were called either Golden cheep cheep schools are just Cheep Cheep Schools -- (talk)

  • Reference 1: "As stated in the New Super Mario Bros. U manual." DonnyKD (talk) 04:59, 21 December 2012 (EST)

What about the NSMB Wii part, they were officially called golden cheep cheep schools, should I change it, we don't want a presumed name instead of an actual name. Can i change it?


Acorrding to this article, they were called Eep-cheeps and eep-cheep schools. We found out the nsmb U name, but in NSMB wii it was called golden cheep cheep school. the individual fish didn't have a name so you may call it eep-cheep, but not eep-cheep school. I that game it was called Golden Cheep Cheep School, can i change it. -- (talk)

I changed it, but mentioned the name change in NSMB U. it was much for the better.

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I do not have a Wii U (i'm getting one for Christmas) so I can't get NSMB U. may the quote from the manual be said as I would like to know why they said this name. (we hardly have names of the enemies in game manuals) 08:47, 21 December 2012 (EST)