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Whoopsie! Sorry about my last edit. I misunderstood/misread the "weapon" part. And thanks for changing it back. Dinosaur bob 12:30, 7 October 2007 (EDT)

No worries; and thanks for correcting my mistake on Hyrule Castle, must have had my brain switched off :) --Adam 14:07, 7 October 2007 (EDT)
No problem. Guess we're even, eh? Dinosaur bob 14:08, 7 October 2007 (EDT)

Daira and Zâzakku

The enemy from A Link to the Past, was never officially named in English. Morover, in Japanese he is called Zâzakku, not Daira. So why is he on Daira's page? Jeangabin 12:35, 9 July 2010 (UTC)

Probably because of this, even though they behave nothing like the ones in AoL. ZeldaUniverse also has them listed as Daira, so...yeah. Dany36 19:14, 9 July 2010 (UTC)
Zelda Dungeon is hardly official, as nice a site as it is. It needs to be moved, they are not the same enemies although they may be related. Daira has more in common with Lizalfos and Geeru (which also needs to be moved). Fizzle 21:18, 10 September 2011 (EDT)

Captain N

After watching the episode mentioned in the article, I'm fairly sure that the enemy shown is not a Daria, its either a Doomknocker or possibly a Guma. It doesn't have an axe, its actually a hammer, and it acts like a boomerang, like a Doomknocker's mace. There is an enemy later who also looks like a Doomknocker though... but it could also meant to be an Armos, except they weren't in Zelda II, and almost every other reference in the episode is a Zelda II reference. Guma's weapon is also called a hammer (even though it isn't a literal hammer), and it appears in Parapa Palace, with the Doomknocker appearing in the Island Palace, so it could match up that way. Pretty sure it isn't a Daira though, certainly looks nothing like one and its the wrong location to boot. Fizzle 19:17, 23 September 2011 (EDT)