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So that's twice in a row I've removed a trivia entry stating that "it's odd that Dangoro's gone once you've beaten him". Um, why is this odd?? It's like this with absolutely every mini-boss in every Zelda game ever. Dangoro was only there to guard the Hero's Bow. Link then took the bow, meaning that there's nothing left for Dongoro to guard. The Goron Elders are gone afterwards too, but no one seems to edit THEIR articles with "this is weird!!!"? —Ando (talk) 01:54, 5 August 2008 (UTC)
My point is though that he doesn't appear anywhere else Garadex 17:52, 14 August 2008 (UTC)
While it's best to take with a grain of salt, the Japanese Wikipedia page for Twilight Princess suggests that his name comes from the English word, "Dangerous." Is that noteworthy? - TonyT S C 03:42, 14 November 2010 (EST)