User talk:Mariotime315

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Hello, Mariotime315, and welcome to Pikipedia! If you need ideas on how to help, please check the Helping out page. For a beginner's guide on how to edit pages, check the Quick start guide. Finally, if you need to talk to one of us, there's the Chatroom. Thanks for joining us, and we hope you enjoy your stay! — {EspyoT} 17:34, 26 September 2016 (EDT)


I'm wondering if I should make a page about the cave last_4. I already started making it (even though there is very little information so far). All I need to do now is save it. If I should make it, could anyone help me find information on it? Mariotime315 Let's-a go! Artwork of a Purple Pikmin.

TCRF already has an article on it. For now, there's still no consensus about what Pikipedia should have in terms of information about unused content. So it's best to forget it for now. — {EspyoT} 09:46, 17 October 2016 (EDT)

Different Purple Pikmin voice[edit]

Some time ago, you made an edit on the Pikmin family article's trivia and pointed out how Purples have a different voice from other Pikmin. Can you elaborate on that? I rewatched the shorts and I can't hear it. How is the voice different? Is it deeper? In what short and in what part can you hear their voice? — {EspyoT} 18:34, 30 December 2016 (EST)

The difference in the voice of the Purple Pikmin is heard in the "Treasure in a Bottle" short. It can be most easily heard at the part when the Purple Pikmin is trying to catch up to the three Blue Pikmin and the butterfly, and the part where the Red Pikmin is saved. I think the voice is a bit deeper too. Mariotime315 Let's-a go! Artwork of a Purple Pikmin. 01:37, 31 December 2016 (EST)
Oh, I can hear it now. It's much much deeper. Thanks, I'll add that info to the article for clarity. — {EspyoT} 12:40, 31 December 2016 (EST)

Purple Pikmin tripping[edit]

Hey, some time back, you researched if Purple Pikmin tripped less often, and you concluded that they do. However, did you test a proper trip, where the Pikmin faceplants onto the ground, or did you test for that little stumble where they keep moving forward for a bit? — {EspyoT} 13:37, June 10, 2019 (EDT)

I only tested for when they stumble. Mariotime315 Let's-a go! Artwork of a Purple Pikmin.
Ah, I see. Can you please edit the research to point that out? I'm about to create an article on tripping and stumbling, and that would be super useful. Thanks! — {EspyoT} 05:36, June 11, 2019 (EDT)