Où ce trouve "spool swamp" dans zelda oracle of seasons?
Some one needs to change this as they apear in the game. If you go through the Goron Mines a second time you can find them in the room with the water.
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No. Those are different (but similar) creatures (Toadpolis, I think). No need for them to be here.
Melanie Rachel Ravenswood 04:18, 3 March 2008 (UTC)Well actually OTO I count them as a sub species of Octorock. plus the japanese version calls toadpolis Frogorocks
True. However, those bouncy pointy ice things WERE in Twilight Princess, and Spirit Tracks demonstrates that they have Octoroks inside. So they retroactively REGAIN their perfect attendance--Evilsbane (talk) 16:50, December 31, 2009 (UTC)
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Various issues. The tense changes, grammatical errors, missing infobox stuff, the list goes on. I'm gonna have a go at it right after I finish this Oracle of Seasons stuff.
I'm pretty sure it was mentioned somewhere on the site; either in this article or another one. Not sure why it's not mentioned anywhere, but feel free to add it again.
U KNOW PPL, JUST CUZ THE GUY AT E3 CALLED THEM OCTOROKS DUSN'T MEAN THEY ARE! THEY ARE OBVIOUSLY DEKU SCRUBS!
EveryDayJoe45– "You want the key, and I want you dead, so we can make this work"--Stalfos (The Legend of Neil) TALK
We go with what they say genius... since They make the game and all. Not to mention they have tentacles like Octoroks. And its noted that they look like Deku Scrubs. We will change the content if more info is released. Now, stop typing in all caps or I'm gonna get pissed and block you.
Wind Waker Bomb Octorok Glitch
This article mentions an Octorok in Wind Waker's Forsaken Fortress that shoots bombs, and attributes this to a glitch, "similar to the strange Wizzrobes sometimes encountered at sea". Are there any grounds for this constituting an actual glitch? Seems to me like it's just a case of a unique enemy, with the "strange Wizzrobes" simply being the white-robed alternate skin of the normal enemy, as mentioned in the Wizzrobe article.
Hmm. It clarifies that the combination is only seen once, and that it may be a glitch for that reason. The wording doesn't state outright that it is definitely a glitch so I think it's ok. I don't see this white Wizzrobe thing though. Where exactly is that? I do know of a glitch relating to enemies that have characteristics that they shouldn't, namely the telescope machete glitch. However, it sounds like the Octorock in question shoots bombs consistently, any is indoors, so probably just uses the "river" model so as to not be too big. For that reason I guess I'll re-word that part soon, after people have had a chance to notice this and bring up any other info that may exists.--FierceDeku 04:47, April 1, 2011 (UTC)
I agree that the use of the river model was probably for size concerns and that the bomb shooting appears consistent and, one would assume, intentional. The last line of the paragraph in question mentions Wizzrobes: "This odd melding of Octorok traits and appearance is seen nowhere else and may be a glitch similar to the strange Wizzrobes sometimes encountered at sea." I checked out the Wizzrobe article here and it mentions white-robed Wizzrobes that are sometimes encountered at sea, which are mechanically identical to the standard dark-robed ones. I'm assuming these are what the author meant by "strange Wizzrobes", which also present little evidence of being a glitch. Thanks!