In the Mario Galaxy trading cards (), its says that Luma's name is 'Apricot Luma'? o.O And the game says it's just Luma. I think those trading cards don't want to confuse anyone with the Luma species. Mario JC
- Yes. Rosalina introduces him in SMG. Mario4Ever
- yeah, even the SMG2 Website refers to it as Baby Luma
Mario Kart wii appearence.
- Luma and a Luma are two different things. One is a character and another is a species, much like Toad has a name and a species. Here, the one in Mario Kart Wii is a Luma, but not the character.
KaBoom! 23:48, 15 May 2013 (EDT)
It is not appeared in games out this year 2015 ? --Captain Yoshi 06:25, 14 August 2015 (EDT)
気の 遠くなるほど、 昔の 話。
小さな 星で、 女の 子がさびた 星船を 見つけました。
小さな 星の子が 住んでいました。
EDIT: The furigana above 星船 should be ほしぶね hoshibune, not hoshifune. Mea koopa. 09:14, 13 May 2016 (EDT)
This is the first page of Rosalina's Storybook in the Japanese version of Super Mario Galaxy, where Luma's name is rendered as "星の子" but read as "チコ". The later few pages refer to him simply "チコ".  A gossip-loving Toad (Talk) 06:14, 7 May 2016 (EDT)
- Hmm, intriguing. I can't find any sources that confirm "チ" as a typical pronunciation for "星", so could it be that "チコ" actually comes from a shortening of "hoshi no ko" to "chiko"? MarioComix (talk) 15:41, 7 May 2016 (EDT)
In Super Mario Galaxy, the Luma sacrifices itself to save the universe, but in Super Mario Galaxy 2 it is alive. Is this Luma the same one as the one in SMG because Mario can no longer spin to attract coins underwater in the sequel. (talk) (edits) 21:22, 1 July 2016 (EDT)
This article should be moved
Since this Luma has a few unique names (Apricot Luma, Baby Luma and Little Luma), I think this article should be moved to one of those. I'd go for "Baby Luma" myself. SmokedChili (Talk) (Thoughts) 03:55, 9 September 2016 (EDT)