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I'm pretty sure that the enemy's name is Soaratroopea... That would make more sense, plus that's what it said in the official guide. Bob Greenlake 19:24, 23 April 2007 (EDT)

However, in the game it is called a Scaratroopa and no offense, but I believe the game more than the guidebook.
I am Confused 19:34, 23 April 2007 (EDT)

Both names can be included in the article, but prefernce should be given to the in-game name. -- Son of Suns

game over for game boy From: soaratroopa[edit]

Before I lost this game, I lost to these guys 3 times, 3 times! When I lost the 3rd time, I slammed my gameboy hard into the ground about 2 times! (I start thrashing around easyly) And when I picked up my gameboy and turned it on, It wouldn't start. So I broke it. --rwars 19:06, 10 October 2011 (EDT)

Okay, first of all, this type of talk belongs on the forum (or user talk pages, as they aren't used for talking about the article) because it's not about improving the article and shouldn't be here, and also, no offense, that's a bit stupid, really. And sometimes if it freezes, or won't start, pull the cartridge out, turn it around a blow into the gap. I don't know why, but it works. Seriously, I once bashed the Gameboy with my fist so hard that I was amazed the battery didn't come out of the other end and blew into the gap and tried it and it worked perfectly!M&L Just because you're in red doesn't mean you're strong. Have at you! 20:03, 5 February 2012 (EST)