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EveryDayJoe45 – "Every man dies; Not every man really lives"--William Wallace (Braveheart)
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Is he even really a Dodongo... all the Dodongos in OoT have two legs except for him. Not to mention how much bigger he is.
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Xykeb Zraliv – 1. And so, when the eight-and-twentieth day of every seventh month occurred, the Prince would cross the dark ocean, and he would listen for the cries of the wood that was his Soul being abused at the hands of Man, and he would go there, for his Soul still called to him even across great distances.
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I dunno...maybe they just grow extra legs when they get really big or something, to support their newfound weight. That's the only reasonable explanation I can think of.
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I see what you mean, but if he's called King Dodongo by Navi, then isn't he automatically a Dodongo? Then again Navi could be wrong or he could just be the king of Dodongos without actually being a Dodongo.
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Xykeb Zraliv – 7. And as the King said it, so was it so, and the Arrogant Man did cross the ocean between the lands and commence servitude in the house of the King, and the King brought him before his majesty and he said
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Nope, can't say I'd be willing to buy a story about Navi being wrong...why give you info on an enemy if it turns out Navi's actually wrong? Furthermore, what would be the point in that? Why would Nintendo ever do something like that? "Well, we're going to make Navi say that it's a Dodongo, but secretly we know it's not!" It just doesn't work.
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The Midna – "This is a sentence."
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(That's hilarious!) So I guess it's official that King Dodongo is indeed a Dodongo, right?
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Xykeb Zraliv – 2. And the Prince knew that the Spying Thief spoke the truth, and allowed the Bridgekeeper to throw down the Spying Thief, and truly did he know the name of the King.
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Unless Nintendo announces that he's not for some ridiculous reason, he's officially a Dodongo, no matter how different he is from the others.
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Diachronos – "If Opposite Day truly did exist, then wouldn't that day be the opposite of itself, and be not Opposite Day anyway?" - Gaary, Unforgotten Realms
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Maybe the Dodongos develop kind of like frogs. When Baby Dodongos (think "tadpoles") reach a certain age, they develop a pair of legs (which frogs also do). Later, they develop another pair.

King Dodongo might just be a full-grown Dodongo, and the others are still "kids".

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You poops.

King Dodongo is a Cataquack!

Abridged Series

Should the section for the Zelda Abridged Series be on this page? I haven't seen it on any other pages, and I thought sections for fan made content weren't supposed to appear on the pages for the characters, locations, etc. that make non-canonical appearances in it. Hylianhobbit (talk) 21:42, June 28, 2014 (UTC)

Yeah, that section shouldn't exist. Green Rupee 21:57, June 28, 2014 (UTC)
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