FANDOM


Content posted on this page should only pertain to improving the article itself.
For all other types of discussion, please post them in the forums.
This includes (but is not limited to) theories, fanon images, discussion about how great someone is, fanon stories, etc. You have been warned.

Remember to sign your post by typing four tildes: (~~~~) Forum newClick here to start a new topic.

BMO

Lemon Camel

It might be a Lemon Camel instead of a Horse.

^^ Please sign your name ^^ Anyway it says horse here: I don't think it's supposed to look exactly like one or the other. It's more of a mutated lemon creature. But we should go with what this picture says. Turtle princess 02:44, August 31, 2011 (UTC)

Modelsheet Lemon Horse
The article's trivia calls this horse a camel, was there a source stating it is actually a camel? ShinxfelinoelScraft 20:11, March 23, 2012 (UTC)
No source? So it is just speculation based on its appearance then? ShinxfelinoelScraft 22:18, April 2, 2012 (UTC)
FFFFFFFF Andy Ristaino already said that Lemon Horse is a camel! It's linked in the sources!
hmm, in that case, maybe it is a camel"StaraptorFear the DemonWeavile " 19:19, April 3, 2012 (UTC)

27finsprincess 19:26, April 3, 2012 (UTC)

27finsprincess 19:27, April 3, 2012 (UTC)

no its defiantly a camel....

I figured since no one responded that meant there was no source. ShinxfelinoelScraft 19:40, April 3, 2012 (UTC)
Then, we either remove that trivia (for speculation), or change the article's name for Lemon Camel.Afliador8 15:47, April 22, 2012 (UTC)
No we can't change his name because the design sheet calls it that and that is how this wiki names characters. I am against this btw and have been ever since the Grand Master of the Gnomes was named just Gnome Ruler. ShinxƒelinoelScraft. 19:09, April 22, 2012 (UTC)

Maybe this should be revisited since there are now 2 episodes and 2 sets of modelsheets calling it Lemon Horse. If it really was just a mistake then wouldn't they have changed the name for the new episode? Plus, as new trivia mentions, the name "Lemon Horse" was used in a promo commercial. Obviously, it looks like a camel, but as far as AT staff are concerned it's called a horse. Perhaps it was originally a mistake, but they decided to keep the name because it's funny. Lailoken (Talk) 03:50, September 1, 2012 (UTC)

Why would they change the name on a model sheet? It is just a model sheet...?
Gotta Kill 'Em All!

Gotta Kill 'Em All!

. ƒelinoel_Scraft
13:15, September 6, 2012 (UTC)
I'm not sure what you mean by "just a model sheet." Model sheets are quite important to animation artists. Anyway, my point was that there are now several model sheets which use the name Lemon Horse, so it can't be written off as a mistake anymore, regardless of what Ristaino said about the first one. I'm not arguing that it doesn't look like a camel, but its official name is Lemon Horse and this site usually uses the model sheet names rather than what the community thinks things should be called. Lailoken (Talk) 22:06, September 6, 2012 (UTC)
Important to animation artists, yes, important to anyone else, no. I am and have always been against this wikia's follow the model sheet policy anyways. Mostly because the Grandmaster of the Gnomes was just labeled Gnome Ruler and as such we call him that, boo so boring.
Gotta Kill 'Em All!

Gotta Kill 'Em All!

. ƒelinoel_Scraft
14:51, September 7, 2012 (UTC)
I'd actually agree with you about the Grandmaster of the Gnomes. In my opinion, official names from the script supersede official names from the modelsheets. However, there is no mention of this character in the script for for Too Young, so the only official name we have is Lemon Horse. I'm going to wait until the storyboard for You Made Me! is released and see if it says anything. Unless it says "camel" specifically, this page should be renamed. Lailoken (Talk) 22:30, September 7, 2012 (UTC)
It was noted by a crat that what a staffer says a character's name is is the name of the character over the model sheet and is the only thing that trumps a model sheet. A staffer called it a camel.
Gotta Kill 'Em All!

Gotta Kill 'Em All!

. ƒelinoel_Scraft
17:43, September 11, 2012 (UTC)
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.