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Should this really be at a plural title? There's more than one of them, but the same can be said for almost anything, and singular kings are referred to as "Mushroom King" elsewhere, so it doesn't seem to make much sense to use the plural in the title. There are better ways of distinguishing this from Mushroom King; something along the lines of "Mushroom King (Super Mario Bros. 3)" would seem more reasonable imo.--vellidragon 01:29, 8 October 2010 (UTC)

Well,mushroom king isn't an actual species (like the koopalings aren't a speices) and are separate charecters from each other so they need to be plural.--bowser45

Giant Land's King[edit]

Was he transformed into a brontosaurus, a pterodactyle, a velociraptor, a t-rex? "Dinosaur" is too generic to provide information, if someone has the data available or a screenpic it would be good if he or she added it.--Undead HerleKing 12:08, 30 January 2011 (EST)

he turned into a t-rex in the original version(not sure about the remakes)hope this helped.--bowser45 3:14, 23 June 2012 (EST)


Hi. I think we'll need some more images of each of the kings. Namely, any kings that haven't been shown their transformed states or their normal states on the palace screen should be given images. In addition, we might also need images of all seven transformed states of the Kings in the NES/Famicom version for context. Weedle McHairybug 12:31, 20 July 2012 (EDT)