Talk:Nutsoglobin

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I have never played Bowser's Inside Story, so this article does not make sense to me. That Nutsoglobin-Thingys ask Bowser questions, but Mario and Luigi have to answer? And how are they supposed to ask Bowser something when they are actually a part of his body? Furthermore, Mario and Luigi get a reward if they give three wrong answers? I think there's need to clarify that a bit since if someone who hasn't played the game (like me) reads this article, they will end up confused. - GabuGabu.png Gabumon(talk) 18:52, 17 September 2009 (EDT)

Per Edo. It doesn't make much sense. Please expand it to include more information, or the article will be deleted. · SMB (Talk) · 19:04, 17 September 2009 (EDT)
Well, perhaps it's supposed to mean they ask M&L questions about Bowser, and as a joke, they get punished for knowing the right answers, because Bowser is supposed to be awful and knowing stuff about him is a shame (I don't agree with that). However: These are only conjectures, someone knowledgeable should enlighten us about the facts. - GabuGabu.png Gabumon(talk) 19:13, 17 September 2009 (EDT)
I have the game, so I can answer your questions. Like "Chippy" (Starlow) the Nutsoglobin rises up and actually asks Bowser. Bowser does not understand who it is, of course, but still answers. M and L must answer correctly or battle drumstick enemies. Pseudo-dino (contributions)
I added more info. Also to answer the conflict more, Starlow can communicate with Bowser from inside his body. So Starlow asks Bowser some questions which Bowser answers. Then the Nutsoglobin will ask the Marios 3 questions about what Bowser just told them(It's like a memory quiz) and if they answer all the questions right, they will be directed to their next destination and get 50 coins, but if they get at least one question wrong, they will fight Tenderlings and have to redo the quiz. Please tell me that resolves your conflict!!! Fawfulfury65
The page makes sense now. Thank you. - Walkazo 22:07, 18 September 2009 (EDT)