Talk:Speedy Spirit

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What a bad picture!Can't we take a new one?-Club Penguin-

It's the best one we have. Hearty_Laughter_by_KokinhoKokeiro.gifKingfawful4321

The initial comment was made around three years ago. Please refrain from replying to very old comments. Yes, we do have an awful picture, but there is somebody out there willing to play the game on an emulator and take a close-up screenshot, that would be very nice. Mario Green.pngKaBoom! 19:45, 27 March 2013 (EDT)

Sorry, I couldn't tell because there was no date tag. Hearty_Laughter_by_KokinhoKokeiro.gifKingfawful4321

You can always double check when the comment was made by clicking on the history tab at the top of the page. According to the history, this comment was made at 01:37, 13 July 2010. Mario Green.pngKaBoom! 21:33, 28 March 2013 (EDT)

Mario and Luigi Superstar Saga[edit]

Shouldn't we write that a blue ghost that looks exactly the same as the speedy ghost appears in Starbean Cafe?-Ultimate Gamer

I did it because it's clearly a speedy spirit. E.Gadd even says that it's a "harmless" ghost, which references the fact that Speedy Spirits are actually harmless in Luigi's Mansion. User:MarioMaster720

Contradicting info[edit]

It's possible that this only applies to the ones in the Breaker Room and Billards Room. But the Speedy Spirits are said to be lost forever if you don't find them and the lights turn on. Then the article says that during the blackout you get a second chance for any you missed. Which one's true?

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I believe both are technically correct. While Speedy Spirits do not respawn, you get a second chance of catching one, but it's only one more chance. That's how I think it's meant to be worded. Mario Green.pngKaBoom! 22:27, 18 June 2015 (EDT)