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Chocobo World pic[edit source]
The real face of haniwa[edit source]
Even if the popular depiction of the haniwa looks like cactuar, the real haniwa is more like a clay soldierlike figure reather than what you see in cactuar´s appearance. But they still look cute. Ge-Ka. --MightyMorphinCactuarRanger 00:14, 25 May 2009 (UTC)
Cactuar and Tonberry[edit source]
Hey,has anyone seen Cactuar and Tonberry? Its funny. XD --Hitherelol 14:02, 7 June 2009 (UTC)
- Awesome, or awesome?
Chocobo Tales[edit source]
Moving info[edit source]
They were originally known as Cactrots, and later renamed to cactuar. Other variations of cactuar include Qactuar, Kactuar, Cactuer and Cactoid. Other languages refer to them as "Pampa", "Kyactus" and "Cactilio". Its Japanese name is derived from mixing the Japanese word for cactus, "サボテン, saboten" and the English word "pretender".
Sorry for replying so late but add it in trivia. Munchvtec 16:52, January 15, 2014 (UTC)munchvtec
- The origins of the name are in etym and the alternate names are at the top of this page, both where they're supposed to be. They're not being moved to trivia, which is the "we can't work this into the article" section.
- I know we're not fast at things, but please assume that if the discussion is two and a half years old, it's already settled. -- Some Color Mage ~ (Talk) 20:20, January 15, 2014 (UTC)
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Cleaning up[edit source]
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