Is this a Joke?
What the heck guys! This article is ONE SENTENCE LONG. Mariowiki doesn't want sentence long articles. We should delete this article until more info is given. Fawfulfury65
- You should see some of the other articles on this wiki! Marioguy1 (Talk)
THANK YOU BABY MARIO BLOOPS YOU HAVE AWESOMENESS!!! Sorry, I just hate seeing short articles so thanks for adding! Fawfulfury65
- Well, I always am afraid to start new article without pictures, so I don't start most article, but when it has some pictures, than I will add if I know about it. Now, the Molecule Bros., I had a lot of information to add to it. I was editing the Alpha Kretin page before Marioguy1 moved it, so I copied and pasted it onto this page, so I will always help this wiki! Baby
Alpha & Beta?
I though that the Alpha Kretin was the tall 6 molecule giant that mario & luigi vs. first, and Beta Kretin was the small one molecule guy? I might be proved wrong, but isn't that the truth? Can someone please answer me? Baby Mario Bloops
- Yeah, you're correct. I don't even know what this article is about. The thing on the left is Alpha Kretin X, not Beta Kretin. Also, the name Molecule Bros. appears to be a fanon name (for something that doesn't exist) - 2257(Talk) 21:23, 14 September 2009 (EDT)
Beta are seperate, Alpha are put together...
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This is wrong on an appaling level
The creature is called a Keratin, not a Kretin. A Keratin is a kind of protein found in a large number of creatures including reptiles. It also comes in alpha and beta versions... But I'm pretty sure that they don't shoot lightning. Paperwaluigi
- Nintendo often does this with the names of its enemies and characters. They'll take a real life object and alter its name to give it a double meaning. Even from this very game. Napse is another example. Sure the real life thing is obviously a synapse, but the game calls it a Napse. Phoenix Rider 16:17, 11 November 2009 (EST)
Can some users check the PAL version of BIS? I have a PAL version, and it calls the boss Alpha Keratin, Beta Keratin & the X version is named the same, only with an X, of course. I'm not so sure about "Kretin". Should the name and any links to this article be changed? This Is War 15:31, 10 August 2010 (UTC)