- The similarity seems coincidental to me. They're both modeled after typical depictions of bat-like demons, so naturally there are some things in common. I don't think it was intentional, in any case. Xykeb Yvolix Zraliv 08:14, January 15, 2012 (UTC)
Should Gratitude Crystals have their own page?
There's no page for them, and I think we should have one. Paradox, 20:19 12 March, 2012
Information too specific.
The information regarding the sequence where Link meets Batreaux is a bit too exact. Specifically, the fact that it says Batreaux is scared when Link draws his sword. True, Link draws his sword in the cutscene before, but you can easily put it away and take out another weapon, garnering the same reaction from Batreaux. I, for one, drew out the Slingshot, which gave me a lovely view of his scared-s**tless face. I'm not sure, but the Bug Net and the Beetle would probably do the same thing. Someone please confirm or disprove that last statement. --Parnifia (talk) 21:10, June 17, 2012 (UTC)
- Please watch your language. Jazzi 22:02, June 17, 2012 (UTC)
Controversy regarding his character
Did anybody feel offended with Batreaux at first sight? (I am not offended, but I think some people could feel offended) He has the look of a mean classical demon - Though he's not evil. Plus, Link helping him could be interpreted by some as "Zelda is a game about helping demons"
I wonder why he hasn't courted Controversy. Maybe because his quest is optional [Though recommended in order to upgrade items] and most players go straight to the main quest, they simply ignore his existence