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)
- 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?
NEW SUPER MARIO BROS. WEE-HEE (WII)
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. --220.127.116.11 (talk)
I changed it, but mentioned the name change in NSMB U. it was much for the better.
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) 18.104.22.168 08:47, 21 December 2012 (EST)