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"Antler" is this enemy's real name, and it is divided into the following types:

  • content0.game/romfs/gfx/STD/Step/Enemy/Antler/Greenantler.bch.cmp
  • content0.game/romfs/gfx/STD/Step/Enemy/Antler/GreenantlerEx.bch.cmp
  • content0.game/romfs/gfx/STD/Step/Enemy/Antler/Lordantler.bch.cmp
  • content0.game/romfs/gfx/STD/Step/Enemy/Antler/Redantler.bch.cmp
  • content0.game/romfs/gfx/STD/Step/Enemy/Antler/RedantlerEx.bch.cmp
  • content0.game/romfs/gfx/STD/Step/Enemy/Antler/Whiteantler.bch.cmp
  • content0.game/romfs/gfx/STD/Step/Enemy/Antler/WhiteantlerEx.bch.cmp

Lord Antler apparently doesn't have a separate EX / DX form, presumably because it's in a different phase of the fight. AdieuLain (talk) 19:56, 25 February 2018 (UTC)

Thanks. If I were to speculate then, Lord Antler is the one which appears solely in the Soul of Sectonia fight.--Fubaka (talk) 23:43, 25 February 2018 (UTC)

Move to Bugs?[edit]

Greetings. The Kirby Character Encyclopedia gave us an official Japanese name for this enemy, called "Bugs". That said, do we want to use it over Antler? I feel like "Bugs" is a bit nondescript, if you ask me. Up you you guys. --Samwell (talk) 01:54, 28 September 2022 (UTC)

And now I've just learned that the name "Bugs" only refers to the smaller ones. Lord Antler is still referred to by that name. --Samwell (talk) 02:01, 28 September 2022 (UTC)
I support moving this based on the official name, but there is the issue of the fact that the biggest one has a different name. It would make sense to split off the Lord Antler based on the name thing (especially considering that WiKirby:Article creation policy says "subjects that are extremely similar in appearance, behavior, or both, but officially operate under different names and identities" get different pages), but I'm not sure if there's enough info to make a page on just the big one long enough. ---PinkYoshiFan 22:07, 28 September 2022 (UTC)
As it turns out, Antler is also an official name for the lesser bugs, as taken from the Japanese KTD guidebook, so no need to move or split anything. --Samwell (talk) 19:53, 6 October 2022 (UTC)