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The image that is available for Aroo on this page is not officially Aroo. There was official artwork that displayed three of the Anouki members. At my own personal Zelda site, I just used this image to represent Aroo for display purposes, but that is not necessarily true information. Mases 15:35, 2 June 2008 (UTC)

Removed the image. Any chance we have someone with a copy of Phantom Hourglass with a file able to show Aroo, who is also able to take a (GOOD) picture of the game? --Ando 17:10, 2 June 2008 (UTC)
I might as well point out the obvious. The chief Anouki is the only unique-looking Anouki. All other Anouki are identical. I have this game and I noticed one thing. Nintendo was extremely lazy when it came to graphics (Stubs for hands? But brilliant detail on the shield and enemies? Come on!), They didn't utilize the DS's full capabilities. They are not going to have a unique sprite for every Anouki, Goron, or Ho Ho. Also, if they made Aroo different, the impostor would have stood out. This image might as well been of Aroo.--Matt 17:27, 2 June 2008 (UTC)

Aye, but it's not of Aroo specifically and... bah, it's hard to explain. But something just feels weird about using an image that wasn't intended as Aroo for Aroo. :/ --Ando 17:28, 2 June 2008 (UTC)

Psst.. No one else needs to know that. They would never be able to tell. ^_^ --Matt 17:38, 2 June 2008 (UTC)
For display purposes, it is clearly better to have the picture. That is why I chose to have that picture as Aroo at my own personal Zelda site. However, for a Wiki, it is more so about accurate information. Doesn't make sense for there to be false information. The artwork that was available for Aroo is already on the Anouki page. Mases 20:27, 2 June 2008 (UTC)
The picture will work for now. Our current goal as of now is to get a nice screenshot of Aroo. The real Aroo, not the imposter! After we get that, we will put it in the place of the one in the article. I'll ask to borrow my dad's digital camera. I'll then take a shot of Aroo in my completed game file. Expect it either later today or tomorrow, at the earliest.--Matt 20:41, 2 June 2008 (UTC)

I must have taken forty pictures before getting this one! That was hard. As you can see from the shelf, this is Aroo's house. And as you can see from the Phantom Sword, this is not the impostor. I hope everyone likes this one better than the other two!--Matt 22:41, 2 June 2008 (UTC)