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There’s still something I don’t understand. Remember the episode where Ben and Rook were playing a 3D Sumo Slammers game and Khyber attacks? Rook says that Stinkfly’s species is called the Lepodopterin. When he called whatever Zed turned into a “buglizard” (which is a less scientific and formal name that any moron could’ve guessed), plus given how smart Rook is, I just got the impression that whatever Ben calls the Nemetrix aliens, that’s the name of their species. Doesn’t it just get confusing and misdirecting in a megetive sense at that point?
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People do that on wiki pages everyday😠. I see it all the time on different articles. Also, everything I write is a strong hypothesis that I’d like to put SOMEWHERE on the page until proven right or wrong.
It doesn't matter if you think what you're adding to the page is a strong hypothesis. Unless it was specifically stated in the show or by one of the people who work on the show it cannot be added to the page.
If something is stated in the show, it is usually added to any relevant pages without a source. Sources are only required for obscure things that were said in the show or things that were said by the people who work on the show. It's tedious to provide a source for every single thing that was said in the show.
Okay, fine. I guess it is. It just never hurts to know a few of the bare necessities of the show. It is a good show after all. Also, quick question: Since when is there a “Manual of Style” for a wiki page?
All I’m saying is, they’re both gelatinous alien creatures, they both use some kind of technology to get around, they both fight for good, so it was a decent and interesting hint of knowledge that should’ve been in the trivia section. Ain’t the trivia section all about interesting connections and facts?
Really? That dirtbag (slime sack, whatever rude thing I should be calling Sploot) has a better chance of being related at all to either of those two? I just thought the only reason they look different is because Goop’s species merely varies on color. The reason for their eyes and shape being different just didn’t seem that complicated. They are made of living slime after all
I don’t understand. Why would the animators create a main character who happens to be a slime alien in the original series, and then in the next series create a form for Ben which is another slime alien, but completely different? Doesn’t that seem a bit overly redundant and misleading?
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