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The Groosenator is also used to catapult Link into the flooded Faron Woods, and afterward can be used to fling him to any mini-game room in the game. Check it.KrytenKoro 01:20, 30 January 2012 (EST)

Stop telling us and add it already :P — Abdul [T] [C] [S]  07:24, 30 January 2012 (EST)
I don't have the refs.KrytenKoro 09:46, 30 January 2012 (EST)
Behold! The Text Dump in all its glory: [1] --Dany36 20:43, 2 February 2012 (EST)

Help If anyone has the game because i dont have it now can you see were he send you to fly and what are their names? thanks if you can public in my talk page please --DARKLY147

Destruction?

The article mentions that the Groosenator is destroyed upon the return of the Statue of the Goddess to the Sealed Grounds. However, I've done some bug grinding on a completed non-Hero Mode file, and other-language name runs on a completed Hero Mode file, and in both the Groosenator survived (and I'm talking the actual catapult, not the track; the article doesn't dispute that most of the track survived). In fact, in the latter, once Demise is defeated, Groose even returns to the Groosenator and resumes his long-distance travel services (and I used it: went between name-grabbing Kikwis to name-grabbing Mogmas without having to return to the sky). How did the notion that the Groosenator got caught up in the statue's crash-landing come about anyway? --Shiningpikablu252 13:24, 14 August 2012 (EDT)

Agreed, I'm changing it. Dekler 12:42, 16 December 2012 (UTC)
Wait, is the statue still present when you're using the Groosenator after defeating Demise? If not, then the cutscene should be disregarded. Dekler 12:46, 16 December 2012 (UTC)
Yes, the statue is still present in a post-Demise Hero Mode environment. --Shiningpikablu252 17:55, 16 December 2012 (UTC)

Super Bombs

Is it possible that the Groosenater bombs are Super Bombs? --Planetbox 22:45, 12 July 2013 (UTC)

That's an interesting connection you've made, Planetbox, and it's a logical one to make, at least at face value. Both bombs are larger-than-normal versions of bomb objects found in their respective games, but it appears the similarity stops there. For one, you can buy the Super Bombs in A Link to the Past; the bombs on the Groosenator replenish "infinitely" during the battle with The Imprisoned (restricted to the length of the battle), and at no cost. Secondly, the Groosenator bombs are specifically bomb flowers, and the Super Bombs are traditional, manufactured items. Also, though the Super Bombs can be used across the Overworld of A Link to the Past after purchase, the Groosenator bombs are restricted to the second and third Imprisoned battles only. Interesting connection, but the two don't match up beyond their size. User:Cipriano/sig 03:45, 14 July 2013 (UTC)