Hipo, the problem I have with your revision is not that I don't like the strategy, but it's basically the exact same thing that's there already. If there's a difference in the two strategies which I'm missing, then you're free to rewrite the old one (at least, you're not going to get any complaints from me, though chances are I'm going to want to tweak it, but that's nothing personal), but I just don't think we need multiple strategies which are identical except for a few tiny differences. You seem to have a lot of confidence in it, so I'm guessing you believe it works better than the other one. —Jimbo Jambo
The old one is use a LOT of pikmin, and try to kill it off before it lifts off. My strategy is, using a small group of easily manageable pikmin, throw all of them on the wollywog, before it takes off. You WANT it to take off. i.e., the pikmin are attacking while the wollywogs in the air. the moment it starts to fall back to ground, you call your pikmin back. and repeat a few times. This is the SAFEST way to kill it without losing pikmin. IAMAHIPO_ocolor 18:36, 2 November 2008 (UTC)
- Okay, fine; add that, then remove what it says in the other paragraph higher up. That's all JJ's suggesting.
They're called Wollywogs in pikmin 2 and 1. Wollyhops just sounds silly if you ask me. But then again, so does Wollywog.Banjobug 22:16, May 9, 2010 (UTC)Banjobug
Differences Between Wollywog and Yellow Wollywogs Attack?
Is there any difference between the Yellow Wollywog's jump and the Wollywog's jump? For instance, the maximum number of Pikmin that can be killed in one jump and how long it takes for it to land. Pikmin1254
- I haven't noticed anything in Pikmin 1, but I get the feeling that normal Wollywogs are more likely to kill Pikmin in Pikmin 2.--Prezintenden
- I agree with the above. For some reason they are a lot harder to fight then the yellow onesBanjobug 22:16, May 9, 2010 (UTC)Banjobug
- Nothing besides higher heatlh. They may be a little faster, though.
Clean up the Notes
The notes section needs to be tidied up quite a bit.