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Does anyone think we should just move this page to Robo-Pirate? The term Robo-Pirate is used so often in the game that it's strange to see the page given to a name that's only used once or twice (if that). Most of the people who want information on the Robo-Pirates are probably going to type ‘Robo-Pirate’, not ‘Robo-Pirate army’. And it's a little inconvenient always having to pipe-link the word 'Robo-Pirate' to the 'Robo-Pirate army' page rather than just sticking a [[]] around it. —Spiraldoor 20:39, 19 November 2010 (UTC)

Yes. RKartHead.gif StaceyW 11:24, 20 November 2010 (UTC)

List of all Robo-Pirates

Hi there!

Even though I will be away this week-end, I would like to announce my decision that we start working on a list containing every single robo-pirate in the game(s), with their location, their colour, their resistance and their attacks. Not only will this provide exhaustive information to our readers, it could also help us to clearly identify patterns such as links between the colour and the resistance or the attacks, which would then allow us to create new articles for each type with specific Enemy templates. It will obviously take some time and require efforts from several contributors, but in the end it'll be worth it.

Any suggestions or comments? :)

RRRGBAIcon8.pngRRRGBAIcon0.gifRRRGBAIcon1.png 01:10, 25 February 2011 (UTC)

I think this is a great idea, as I said in the statement above. --iHeckler9Life.gif 08:59, 25 February 2011 (UTC)
I'm not quite sure what you mean – would this involve listing each individual Robo-Pirate somewhere on the wiki? For instance, would the Henchman 800 page contain a complete index of each and every individual Henchman 800 in the game? Or would we be creating separate pages for the subtly different pirates? —Spiraldoor IconSpiralDoor.png 13:06, 25 February 2011 (UTC)
Yes it would, and they would be listed in the main article I guess; but we would also create different pages for each type of robo-pirate. —RRRGBAIcon8.pngRRRGBAIcon0.gifRRRGBAIcon1.png 18:31, 25 February 2011 (UTC)
Started the list. Maybe it'd look better as a table, I'll see about that later. Do not hesitate to add content, but please check the game yourself for maximum accuracy. Since most pirates are Henchman 800s, it may be worth moving it to either the main Henchman 800 article or the articles that we may create about the different ranks of Henchman 800s. That's a lot of 'mays', so let's focus on the list right now :) Thank you guys! —RRRGBAIcon8.pngRRRGBAIcon0.gifRRRGBAIcon1.png 00:05, 2 March 2011 (UTC)

About the pirates with unknown resistance

I think the one that sits on the boat can be hit but not many people take the risk to get him haha; moonjump should help though. As for the one that chucks kegs at you, we tried to moonjump to that one and if I remember rightly you could actually go through him, plus the floor he's supposed to stand on is not solid, therefore he cannot be attacked. Only tried it in the Dreamcast version mind. --RKartHead.gif StaceyW 21:33, 2 March 2011 (UTC)

It must have the same resistance as the Henchman 800 of the Tomb of the Ancients that throws kegs no? This one has got only 1 of resistance since one single simple shot aimed at him, makes the Henchman explode. --Sparkle.gifHarukaSparkle.gif 22:11, 2 March 2011 (UTC)
I was able to hit the one in the Marshes of Awakening, and, as you can see here, it has 5 hit points (which is kinda unusual, isn't it?). Stacey, I'm not sure what the moonjump trick is, how does it work and on which versions? That pirate may not be solid but it's still worth trying to shoot at him, I think. —RRRGBAIcon8.pngRRRGBAIcon0.gifRRRGBAIcon1.png 22:54, 6 March 2011 (UTC)