The article says he reverts back to a shrimp when defeated. Can we be sure of that? I only ask because the Rayman Origins staff pulled out all the stops for puns (the Nymphs, level names, etc) so it would make more sense if he turns into a king prawn. --iHeckler9 09:40, 6 May 2013 (CEST)
- We all know it turns back to a king prawn. --Haruka 11:15, 6 May 2013 (CEST)
How is this boss named in the sprite files? As I said here in May 2012:
- In the level Murray of the Deep, both the Giant Eel and the Shrimp King appear, so the name Murray could apply to either of them! And since Giant Eels are basically larger versions of Mini-Murrays, it now seems obvious that Murray actually refers to the Giant Eels.
For some reason, it seems that we just forgot about it, but now I'm trying to document the various types of eels/murrays that appear in Origins and Legends, this becomes important again. So, in the absence of any better interpretation, I suggest we move this article to 'Shrimp king' and use 'Murray' for the giant eels instead. —
- No, the king boss resembles a Moray Eel, thus the pun of Murray. The Eels in the other levels more resemble bugs than anything.-User:Bionichute 03:13, 15 September 2013 (CEST)
- Thanks for sharing your opinion. Unfortunately, the pun on moray eels is actually more likely to refer to characters already referred to as eels, and to be fair, neither the giant eels nor the ocean boss look like moray eels. Moreover, that doesn't explain why the mini murrays are smaller versions of giant eels and not of the ocean boss. — 15:37, 15 September 2013 (CEST)
- I agree. The name of this boss must be changed, to avoid any confusion with the little and the giant murrays. 'Shrimp king' is more appropriate. After all, this monster is just a mutated shrimp... -- Boomboleros7 17:17, 15 September 2013 (CEST)