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Alright people, I got myself a question. For reappearing guys like Moldorm, for boss article and suches, do you think we should make separate articles like Moldorm (Link's Awakening) and "Moldorm (A Link to the Past)" or just keep them like now?

And also, as another hypothetical question, should we include the entire name (Moldorm (The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening)) or just one of those short ones like up above there?


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OK, I have a question now. Apparently, the Japanese name for the ones that are vulnerable on the tail is "Degu Tail". Now there actually is a Moldorm in Japan (MORUDOÂMU), but the Japanese Moldorm is only the original LoZ Moldorm and the ALttP creature "Swanmola". Now where would we fit this weirdness into the article?

FSA Moldorms

Do we file these (see 7:45) under Moldorm or Mini-Moldorm? There is no larger Moldorm in FSA (only something similar under a different name). I don't think FSA has a source of official names.--FierceDeku 06:45, April 23, 2011 (UTC)

I'd say it's a Mini-Moldorm since it's the same size (three segments) as the ones from ALttP, which is relevant since FSA borrows so heavily from that game. Jedimasterlink (talk) 08:44, April 23, 2011 (UTC)

I reckon we look for an official name first. Four Swords Adventures has to have official names somewhere since many of the bosses like the Chief Soldier and Frostare don't have the tag. I also decided to check one of the only Four Swords Adventures exclusive articles, Keese Swarm and the talk page revealed that although it took a while to find the game does have a guide that can be used for names. If there is no official source for these enemies then yeah mini moldrom is probably best. Still though I'd like to check first some way Oni Dark Link 22:26, April 23, 2011 (UTC)

Ah yes, player guides. I found some scans of that same guide that refers to the enemy you mentioned as a Keese swarm, names the Bosses, etc. It refers to the little Moldorms simply as "wormlike enemies". It is not capitalized or a title or anything like that, they just didn't realize what they were or didn't bother to use a proper name. I'm in agreement with Mini-Moldorms.--FierceDeku 22:50, April 23, 2011 (UTC)
Well obviously that means we should make a page for Worklike enemies. nah I'm joking mini Moldrom it is then. Oni Dark Link 23:01, April 23, 2011 (UTC)
Actually, further poking through this guide reveals that it calls Jalhalla "Big Poe" and Dagtail "Big Moldorm". Clearly there is another source of names beyond this guide. Jalhalla someone could have just assumed because that boss obviously is referencing the WW boss, but Dagtail had to have come from somewhere. T14 originally made Dagtail's page, so I left him a message asking about it. Chances are there still won't be an official name for the little Moldorms though.--FierceDeku 23:09, April 23, 2011 (UTC)
I remember when long ago Jalhalla had a section on the Big Poe page. I think T14 removed when he did a big revamp of the Four Swords Adventures articles. Jalhalla could of been done by common sense but I doubt Dagtail was, a Molodrom based name would be the most obvious when coming up with a name for it. Nonetheless we will have to wait and see where we are getting our sources.
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