Talk:Slurple

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Name[edit]

Their name is a mix of Swoopin' Stu and Poink, both from Sunshine. make note of that everyone. It could help us understand the storyline pre-release. Max2

Actually, the name is just conjectural. It was made by Kelt who pretty much made up the name.Knife (talk) 19:05, 23 February 2007 (EST)

oh. :'( I thought I was on to something. :'( Max2 Now, I feel stupid.

Made by me, actually. Parayoshiicon.jpgPara Yoshi Wahoo!Parayoshiicon.jpg 19:15, 23 February 2007 (EST)

I will be under a rock in shame. :'''''''''''(. Max2 I feel like a Mucho loco idioso... i speak bad spanish. :'(

Sorry, I assumed it was Kelt since he covered most of the Galaxy stuff. No offense.Knife (talk) 20:31, 23 February 2007 (EST)

Why should that be offensive? Parayoshiicon.jpgPara Yoshi Wahoo!Parayoshiicon.jpg 17:21, 24 February 2007 (EST)

From…?[edit]

Where is this picture from? Parayoshiicon.jpgPara Yoshi Wahoo!Parayoshiicon.jpg 20:47, 28 March 2007 (EDT)

Do these things actually apper in the game?[edit]

Seeing that information relating to these creatures have eyt to be added to the wiki, even after Galaxy release, I would say no. Glowsquid

They do appear in the game, though I can't recall ever seeing a purple one, they are all blue from what I can remember.
The preceding unsigned comment was added by Tykyle (talk).

Actually, the blue ones are a different kind of species. So...like Cosmic Toads, these guys are Beta. Paper Jorge ( Talk·Contributions)·

The image is the only thing that is beta, the article describes the enemies that actually appear in game. We simply need a new image of their blue in game appearance. --Tykyle 03:45, 15 February 2008 (EST)

My mistake, I didn't remember they were in the game, except blue. I was thinking of the Shroob/Octorock creatures with blue "skin" and yellow dots. Paper Jorge ( Talk·Contributions)·GENO WHIRL!

I think it should be known that shooting one with a star bit yeilds to obtaining 3 star bits, as opposed to spinning one for one star bit. Learner 18:27, 4 March 2008 (EST)