Talk:Squid Squad

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I'm not convinced those are actually their names. I'm pretty sure the initials were just for what they do in the band. None of them make sense as names (even in the world of Splatoon, I can't see anyone being named "Vo. & Gt."). What does everyone else think...? DatNuttyKid (talk) 00:30, 5 July 2015 (UTC)
Stage Names are a thing, you know. Those are the names splatoonus provided, and there's no source that says otherwise. Redactedjpg (talk, 28 July 2015)

(Non-virtual) band members' names?

Shouldn't they be in Western order rather than be romanizations of their name in Japanese order,

For example, in this page, "Nishikawa Susumu" should instead be "Susumu Nishikawa."

This problem is consistent with the other band pages.

Cautious editing judgement is in full force here, but why do we have them the way they are instead of representing them in first name-last name format? Japan is familiar with the Western name order, as I have seen it in several unlocalized games.

EclipseMT (talk) 02:48, 28 December 2015 (UTC)

Ah you're right! Yeah, go ahead and fix it. I was kind of on autopilot when I added them... --Bzeep! talk 02:54, 28 December 2015 (UTC)

"Inkopolis' hottest acts"

Is this correct grammar? I've seen this done like 3 different ways, and I'm not really sure. I didn't go ahead and and fix it because it may actually be proper, I wanted to make sure before I did anything :P The E-Litist Dr from squid squad face.jpg 20:42, 15 June 2016 (UTC)

It didn't quite match the SRL post, just fixed it. Thanks! But even if the grammar's wrong, it should always match what it says in-game, on a social media account, etc., unless it's a mistake on our part like it was here. :b --Bzeep! talk 21:48, 15 June 2016 (UTC)

Alright. Thanks. The E-Litist Dr from squid squad face.jpg 23:31, 15 June 2016 (UTC)