One 'R' or Two?
In the Gallery of Hereos, Galgaroth is spelt with two 'r's, whereas in the flash animation here, you can clearly see on Kass' list of names that it has one 'r'... --Macbeth 13:22, 8 Apr 2006 (CDT)
- as the entry into the gallery of heroes is the newest submission of information on this character, it's best to go by this in spelling (Galgarroth). My guess, the animators goofed. if we ever do find out for sure, it's going to be entered into the NeoDex under the "goofs" section of the appropriate article.--Jacob 15:10, 8 Apr 2006 (CDT)
- Or maybe Kass just can't spell :P. --Macbeth 15:36, 8 Apr 2006 (CDT)
it's something to look into. Would be a funny inside joke on Kass's part (or whoever made the map). May have been the Mynci strategist who never made an appearance on the plot. was probably why he never showed: was too embarassed by his misspellings. :P --Jacob 15:53, 8 Apr 2006 (CDT)
Seeing as the editor of IP address 18.104.22.168 didn't listen to me, i'm the one who is going to start the discussion on it. Did Galgarroth die when he was tossed off the Citadel? I don't think so. The current image of him fits with previous images of him, in the first and second plot. Would like this decided upon, so that we can give a proper trivia to this, because there may be others who are confused if he died or not. --Jacob 14:10, 12 Dec 2006 (CST)
- Quote: Galgarroth has gone by the names Draconian Grarrl, Draconian General and Galgarrath, but his official name, Galgarroth, was decided on with the addition of him in the Gallery of Heroes on (need date).
Galgarrath is still in the Cellblock game. According to the article both persons are the same. So what to discuss about?--Demon 02:45, 13 Dec 2006 (CST)
Remember, Cellblock is mainly a Champions game, so it should not be considered canon any more. As for G. in the chambers, that is a mystery. But what I'm trying to say, G. is DEAD, no doubt about it. 22.214.171.124 17:59, 14 Dec 2006 (CST)
- He is not dead. If he was dead, he would be removed from the game Cellblock, as he can't play if he's dead. that Grarrl in Darigans chamber isn't a mystery, that is him, and no other Neopet will EVER look like him, just as another Usul will never look like Hannah or a Dark Faerie looking like The Darkest Faerie. With this proof, we can hold to the belief he is alive and well unless TNT tells us otherwise. Please stop editting the article, as it will be considered an act of vandalism. --Jacob 18:26, 14 Dec 2006 (CST)
You have presented no evidence to support that Galgarroth is dead, and there is a very large bank of evidence already presented to support the fact that he is still alive.
Oh, and incidentally, there was no notable edit war over Ramtor.
Thank you for your contributions. --Macbeth 10:50, 15 Dec 2006 (CST)
Cellblock is a Champions of Meridell game. It is not a Battle for Meridell game. Thus, G. would not be removed because it is in the past of canon. The Yellow Knight is in, and I don't see any arguments on "he didn't escape because he's in cellblock!" G. is dead, until we get more info. The user's neopets may not die, but in general, Neopets are not immortal. 126.96.36.199 14:20, 15 Dec 2006 (CST)
- The evidence for his life: The cellblock game (disputed), the fact others have survived the drop, the fact that he is seen with Lord Darigan currently, that there is nothing in the Gallery of Heroes to suggest he is dead - he was "punished", not "killed".
- Evidence for his death: None.
- Do the maths. --Macbeth 15:03, 15 Dec 2006 (CST)