Talk:Fire King

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Before we go calling these bosses elemental Kings, does anyone know if these names are actually official? If not, I suggest we go with Mocking Bird and Daisy for the air and earth bosses. Not sure what to do about the two dragons. —Spiraldoor IconSpiralDoor.png 14:11, 1 December 2011 (UTC)

Isn't the water boss called Murray? And weren't you one of the ones along with Hunch and (shudder) Leondude to confirm the name of the group 'Four Kings'? --iHeckler9Life.gif 18:02, 1 December 2011 (UTC)
I thought Murray was just the eel (a pun on 'moray')? The bosses are called 'the four Kings' in the script, but 'Air King', 'Fire King' etc really aren't very satisfying or descriptive names, and moreover, they're never actually used in any official source. —Spiraldoor IconSpiralDoor.png 18:14, 1 December 2011 (UTC)
I have to agree with spiraldoor. sorry but unless we find a real name for the Dragon, this article can't exist. --Sergiomonty 21:05, 1 December 2011 (UTC)
Well, spiral, Murray might be a pun on moray, but it's the only name given for that specific boss. And sergio, what you're trying to say is that we have reasonable names for all the other 'kings' but this one, so the article doesn't exist? If we have names for the rest of them, we might as well call him 'Fire King' until we get a (better) name. --iHeckler9Life.gif 08:27, 2 December 2011 (UTC)
It would be kind of silly to call them 'Mockingbird', 'Daisy', 'Murray' and 'Fire King'. It really stands out and sounds incorrect; I'd rather go with something like 'Dragon'. I haven't actually played the game yet, so I'm not sure exactly who Murray and Mini-Murray are (you're sure Murray is the name of the shrimp/sea-dragon?). Of course the article can exist before we have a proper name, but it's best if the placeholder name actually sounds good too. —Spiraldoor IconSpiralDoor.png 12:57, 2 December 2011 (UTC)
Yep, I'm definitely sure that the name of the shrimpy thing is Murray (Murray of the Deep) and the mini ones are mini-Murrays (Beware of Mini-Murray). We might as well call him a name like 'Dragon' or 'Head Chef' or something; it won't do any harm. --iHeckler9Life.gif 18:41, 2 December 2011 (UTC)

Guys, good news, I finally discovered the name of the boss. He's just refered as "The Dragon Chef". How do I know it? well: the soundtrack. There is a song called "The Dragon Chef's belly", and it's exactly the same song that we hear when we are fighting this boss. It makes sense, the smaller ones are called Baby Dragon Chefs.--Sergiomonty 07:49, 3 December 2011 (UTC)

Thanks sergio, I'll move the page. --iHeckler9Life.gif 08:44, 3 December 2011 (UTC)

Aren't the four bosses referred to as 'Kings and Queens' in the game? The Daisy and the Mocking Bird look pretty feminine to me, so 'Earth King' and 'Air King' are hardly accurate descriptions. —Spiraldoor IconSpiralDoor.png 14:37, 16 December 2011 (UTC)

I'm afraid to say that every ruler is refered as a King. There's no way you can say that the Daisy is female just for being a flower, that's stereotypical. In the other hand, the Mocking Bird does look like a queen, it can lay eggs, has a female voice, and several physical features like several braiding and big eyeslashes. Weirdly it's still refered as a king, why? I don't know. We should point that on the Mocking Bird article.--Sergiomonty 17:28, 16 December 2011 (UTC)

Once you've aved the Mocking Bird and it says 'I'm free! Did I fall out of a tree?', it sounds masculine. --iHeckler9Life.gif 18:54, 17 December 2011 (UTC)
You're right, I didn't check that, he sounds as a male character. Hmm, it's weird, so the Mocking Bird became a female when it turned into a nightmarish creature? I mean, it can still lay eggs. --Sergiomonty 19:02, 17 December 2011 (UTC)
Who says that all females lay eggs? Male seahorses lay their eggs. --iHeckler9Life.gif 20:05, 17 December 2011 (UTC)