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Talk:LD-003D Dreadfuse

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The picture is incorrect

Dreadfuse is left-handed in my game as well as in videos I've seen online. Therefore this picture is incorrect. Please can someone fix it? I suppose it could be horizontally flipped, but it'd be better to find an actual correct picture.

Also, it's nice to see an actual left-handed enemy (as well as certain Lizalfos). They were sorely lacking in previous Zelda games. Maybe this should be mentioned in the article as trivia, also under Lizalfos and Dark Lizalfos? Avengah 10:46, 27 July 2012 (EDT)

What weapon is he using in his left hand, his hook or his sword. This might be taken after Link takes out Dreadfuse's sword, causing him to rely only on his hook. XXSuperXXNintendoXx 12:25, 27 July 2012 (EDT)
The quality of the picture sucks anyway, so I'll try to get a better one (with the correct colors and the sword...) in just a bit. --Dany36 12:37, 27 July 2012 (EDT)
He uses his sword in his left hand and his hook is on his right hand. This is the opposite configuration to Scervo. Also, I'm not sure where to put this but a version difference has been brought to my attention. The English version calls them LD-002G Scervo and LD-003K Dreadfuse, but the US version calls them LD-002S and LD-003D. Since the English version was released first, I think maybe we should use those names in this case? I don't know. [EDIT: It's policy on Mariowiki to use the names in the first English release of a game. I know this isn't Mariowiki but it makes sense, so I thought it would be good to use it here - it eliminates any possible US-centrism complaints.] (A related thing is the temple and sanctuary names in Spirit Tracks; I'm not sure about the release date but using the UK names would minimise the disambiguation issues with temple names being the same as other games etc.) Avengah 15:12, 27 July 2012 (EDT)
For the sake of simplicity, this wiki is based around American English (specifically United States English). We do, however, have a language template where names from other regions go (they're usually at the bottom of each page). If you're certain those names are correct, we can place them in the respective English fields. - TonyT S C 18:33, 27 July 2012 (EDT)

Add Numbers in Name

Shouldn't the droid number be added in front of the name of the article and then have a redirect of Dreadfuse to this page ?? After all, LD-etc Dreadfuse is the full name, not Dreadfuse alone. JORDAN DEBONO 13:47, 24 March 2013 (UTC)

This has actually been discussed before. I don't think it's really necessary. As Pakkun said, Gyorg's full name is Gargantuan Masked Fish: Gyorg, but we don't go by that name either. I'll go ahead and add his full name to the lead paragraph, though. :) — Hylian King [*] 15:14, 24 March 2013 (UTC)