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Are Chibibos Goombas?[edit]

In my opinion, Chibibos are obviously a Goomba sub-species and not just "Goomba-like creatures". Goombas are known as Kuribo in Japanese, so it would be evident that Chibibo is a sub-species. Also, they can't be Micro Goombas, these are known as "Mamekuribo" in Japanese. Nokobon is also already classified as a Koopa Troopa (Nokonoko in Japanese), so why shouldn't be Chibibo a Goomba? --Grandy02 09:19, 20 April 2008 (EDT)

Page title?[edit]

Why is this at Goombo (Super Mario Land) when there are no other Goombos in any Mario game to confuse them with? I'd just move it to plain Goombo, but I figured I put something here first asking before doing something major like that. 1337star 00:56, 14 June 2011 (EDT)

I remember that Goombo used to redirect me to Goomba (Super Mario World). The redirect originated from Fantendo's Goombo article, which referred to SMW Goombas. Niiue - Who has lost his tail?

Ya know, I just noticed that too.--UM3000 E-102 Gamma.png

I'm moving if no one minds. Pseudo-dino (talk)

I've tried it. Delete Goombo first. PikaSamus (talk)

Where are they referred to as Goombo?[edit]

I've downloaded Super Mario Land from the United Kingdom/European Nintendo eShop, and the instruction manual refers to them as Chibibo on Page 14, Characters. Thanks , Nintendo Mad 04:17, 18 August 2011 (EDT)

They're called Goombos in the American SML VC manual.--UM3000 E-102 Gamma.png

Does anyone else remember them being called "Goomby"?[edit]

Hi everyone. I'm pretty sure I remember the goombos in Super Mario Land being referred to as "Goomby" or "Goombies" -- does anyone else recall this? Could we change the page to reflect this? --Mjmcmaster (talk) 05:53, 20 April 2017 (EDT)