Talk:Fish (Eat at Joe's)

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Large-nosed Ray

I think that the large-nosed fish might not be a fish after all. It's 'gills' look strangely identical to Rayman's hair and since the diner isn't set at a location where nobody can get to and Joe freely allows Rayman to swim in the water means that maybe some other customers decided to join in the fun and simoultaneously help ayman. Maybe the braver (or stupider) ones decided to carry on swimming near the large-mouthed fish. This is just a theory, but if you guys decide it isn't that's fine. Iheckler9 09:18, 18 December 2010 (UTC)

I don't get what you're trying to say. Are you suggesting that those fish are members of Rayman's species? The three types of fish all have a different facial feature exaggerated, but all of them are still fish. There is no evidence to suggest that the ones with the large noses are anything more. —Spiraldoor 14:27, 18 December 2010 (UTC)
Hair like Rayman, nose like Rayman, eyes look slightly like Rayman's...I think it's safe to say that it could be a Raymanian.
Apart from the fact that they're obviously fish, that is. If they are 'Raymanian', as you call them, then where are their bodies and their hands and their feet? What you call their 'hair' is clearly their fins, and almost every creature in the game (as well as many inanimate objects) have eyes that are 'slightly like Rayman's'. These fishes' noses are also substantially larger than those of Rayman, Tarayzan or any other member of their species – and in light of this, you do you explain the oversized eyes and mouths of the other two varieties of fish? You'd have a much easier time convincing me that Hunters or Livingstones are members of Rayman's species. —Spiraldoor 20:19, 18 December 2010 (UTC)
First of all, thir bodies, hands and feet could be underwater, because they are supposed to be some kind of creature that lives in the water. Maybe they evolved fins or were just born like that: Anything can happen in Rayman games; giant scorpions, shrews with lightsabers, aliens owning diners etc. The eyes and the nose you make a very good point on but as I previously said they could have grown bigger noses or something. The oversized mouth of the large-mouthed fish...well, we don't need to discuss that. And you can barely see the other type of fish at all. Iheckler9 10:00, 19 December 2010 (UTC)
Actually we can see all three types of fish clearly. If those nose-fish have Rayman-like bodies, then the distance between their heads and their bodies must be much larger than the distance between those of Rayman. Not to mention the presence of eye-fish and mouth-fish; would you say that all these fish are members of Rayman's species, or that there were originally only eye-fish and mouth-fish until some members of Rayman's species jumped in and evolved to become the nose-fish just to complete the joke? Not to mention the ridiculousness of a Rayman-like creature with a fish for a head. I just don't think it's a well-supported theory. —Spiraldoor 15:17, 19 December 2010 (UTC)
I quote: 'This is just a theory, but if you guys decide it isn't that's fine'. Iheckler9 16:52, 19 December 2010 (UTC)
All theories are fine, but they shouldn't be added to the wiki unless they have strong supporting evidence (and even then their theoretical status should be made clear). —Spiraldoor 17:39, 19 December 2010 (UTC)