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It's A Cloud![edit]

Whoa! A cloud monster!—Preceding unsigned comment added by Kirby-140 (talkcontribs) . Please always sign your comments by typing ~~~~!

Please see the Talk Pages section I made on your user talk.--Vellidragon 10:11, 24 October 2010 (CDT)

Attack table[edit]

Where do the names of these attacks come from? I don't recall their being named in any official source. Unrelated to that, the table in general does not seem particularly useful, as all it does is mention random attacks the boss may or may not have in any specific game, which are listed in greater detail and in-context in the individual game sections anyway, so it seems superfluous. Overall, I also don't believe it's really necessary to put boss attacks into tables; I noticed the same thing was recently done for Marx. Tables can be nice and useful, but should only be used where they make sense, and as these don't contain anything more than descriptions and presumably unofficial names, they can just as easily be covered in plain text (and put into the context of the boss's behaviour outside of its attacks), or at most a bullet point list.--Vellidragon 09:58, 3 May 2011 (CDT)

Yes, the names are unofficial. I just assumed that it would bee useful since we have the same thing for Copy Abilities. Pseudo-dino 17:01, 4 May 2011 (CDT)
I understand, but there's a difference between these and the Copy Ability tables. The Copy Abilities have these tables because their attacks have official names, and information on how to perform them needs to be included as well; thus, it makes sense for them to be in a table, in order to "connect" related kinds of official info. There isn't anything to say about the boss attacks apart from describing them though, so I'm not seeing the point in making tables for them; the only column in the tables apart from the description contains unofficial information, so there is basically only one column of relevant information, and a table with one column rather defies the point of a table; hope that made sense :p By not putting them into tables, we could also avoid the need for conjectural names (which should in general be avoided unless absolutely necessary), as well as more easily incorporate them into descriptions of movement patterns etc. where necessary :3 --Vellidragon 17:58, 4 May 2011 (CDT)

Something I have noticed about Kracko's Revenge[edit]

Kracko's Revenge appears to have longer and sharper spikes than regular Kracko. At least, that's the case for the Super Star/Super Star Ultra Sprites and possibly the Holo Defense API Holo-Kracko. Not sure if it's because of the screenshots possibly giving the illusion of the longer spikes in the Holo-Kracko Screenshots or what. But it looks like the spikes are sharper and longer. Is this the case? --806mtson (talk) 20:36, 12 May 2022 (UTC)

Comparing the sprites, it does look like the spikes on Kracko's Revenge are longer and pointier. The same seems to hold for the Holo-Krackos as well. --Samwell (talk) 21:21, 12 May 2022 (UTC)