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Yeah, and all these pages make it hardly accessible to people just wanting to find more information. A single Super Yellow Lum page with notes from all these pages would be fine and they'd merge easily I think. (All of them are forms of Super Yellow Lums, and I've never heard them called "Five-Packs" either.) [[User:Foultzboyz|Foultzboyz]] 02:11, 3 October 2009 (UTC)

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Can someone clarify where the names "Mega Yellow Lum" and "Super Yellow Lum" come from, and whether or not they're official? People have been referring to the 5-in-1 yellow lums as "Super" for some time now. Spiraldoor 14:06, 30 September 2009 (UTC)

Super yellow lums are official, they are from the PS version of Rayman 2. However, I've never heard of Mega Yellow lums, but apparently it's from the GBC version *shrugs*. - User:Acarr 30th September 2009 17:26 (UTC)
I have never heard of Mega Yellow Lums. Those from Rayman 2 are called Super Yellow Lums, but maybe there's an alternate name. I don't know about the GBC version though. — Hunchman801 20:53, 30 September 2009 (UTC)
Didn't you complete the GBC version...? Spiraldoor 16:23, 1 October 2009 (UTC)
I did, but their name isn't mentioned. — Hunchman801 17:31, 2 October 2009 (UTC)
Update: according to Sabertooth, the R2F manual calls the ten-packs "Super Yellow Lums". Spiraldoor 18:28, 2 October 2009 (UTC)
Fine then. But what about those from the original Rayman 2? Aren't they called Super Yellow Lums as well? — Hunchman801 18:37, 2 October 2009 (UTC)
Apparently Five-Pack Yellow Lum is the official name. Spiraldoor 18:42, 2 October 2009 (UTC)
Rayman321 is confusing everyone by himself. I think (s)he should stop deleting and moving around info by other people and re-naming things to "prevent more confusion". - user:Acarr 2nd October 2009 19:38
Does anyone know how to remove "Five-Pack Yellow Lum" and Redirect it to this page "5-Pack Yellow Lum"? Thank you!

I didn't mean to cause trouble.

It's Rayman123. I didn't mean to cause trouble. I tried editing Five-Pack Yellow Lum, but my computer and its web-browser froze up. Then it wouldn't unfreeze so I turned it off. Then just when I was about to turn it on, my parents told me to get off the computer and go to bed. I knew that the information I was editing would be lost on my notepad that froze up. I trying to make things clearer, but my web-browser deleted the information and the RAM of info was lost. I am so sorry about this!:( I'll get it fixed I promise! I deleted Spiraldoor's comment on my because all thing may not what they seem to be. If you don't believe me, then that's your problem. Once I do my final edit on Five-Pack Lum Pack. I won't do any editing in that area any more for a while.

What the hell

Now all that crap is starting to get on my nerves. I suggest we start from scratch about those big lums:

In my opinion, what's written in the manual is pretty much more relevant than what you can find in a semi-official strategy guide. This is why I suggest creating only one article, called Super Yellow Lum, divided into two sections (Rayman 2 Forever - Ten-pack Yellow Lums & Rayman 2 - Five-pack Yellow Lums), with the pages Ten-pack Yellow Lums, 10-pack Yellow Lums, Five-pack Yellow Lums and 5-pack Yellow Lums redirecting respectively to each section. As such, I don't believe the 'Classification of Yellow Lums' article serves much purpose, which is why I also suggest deleting it and transferring its content to the Super Yellow Lum article.

Any objections?

Hunchman801 23:04, 2 October 2009 (UTC)


Yeah, and all these pages make it hardly accessible to people just wanting to find more information. A single Super Yellow Lum page with notes from all these pages would be fine and they'd merge easily I think. (All of them are forms of Super Yellow Lums, and I've never heard them called "Five-Packs" either.) Foultzboyz 02:11, 3 October 2009 (UTC)