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Are Fourheads and Pigxie mythical pinatas? -- Ramen 22:08, 10 November 2006 (EST)

Is there a color for the honey variant besides multicolored? --FeralKitty 20:56, 17 November 2006 (EST)

I believe the Fourheads is based off of the Hydra, as the Hydra was a snake-like beast that had multiple heads and has Greek theme stuff (Greece being where the Hydra originated), such as the Trojan Helmet attack and it's house . Should it say "Hydra" in the animal section instead of "Four-Headed Snake"? -Jake 20:39, 26 November 2006 (EST)

I agree, there is no such thing as a four-headed snake but a Hydra can at least be explained. I vote for the change. The Claw 11:57, 27 February 2007 (EST)

I just changed it, why didn't anyone else?-BrandonRC

Well, the Twingersnap is officially a "Two-headed snake" and the Fourheads is much more like a snake than a hydra. --Jimmcq 23:01, 16 March 2007 (EDT)

There are different versions of the myth. One of these legends describes the hydra as a giant snake, having one large immortal head(the large head in front), multiple smaller mortal heads(the two heads beside the large head), and at least one mortal head on the end of the tail(the small head facing behind the rest of the pinata). I am looking at the illustration and description in a book as I type. Also, there are many cases of real two-headed snakes(A website in this website's Ads sells a few two headed turtles; two headed snakes are rarer, but just as sought-after.). Even if real ones have both heads on the same side of their body(usually), it is still an animal that can be explained. There has never been a case of a four-headed snake, to my knoledge.(Brandonrc 14:40, 17 March 2007 (EDT))