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This article is about the minor antagonist in the WarioWare series. For the alter-ego of Bluster Kong in the Donkey Kong Country television series episode Hunka Hunka Burnin' Bluster, see Leo Luster.
Leo from WarioWare: Get It Together!
Leo's appearance in WarioWare: Get It Together!
Species Human
First appearance WarioWare: Get It Together! (2021)
Latest appearance WarioWare: Move It! (2023)
Latest portrayal Todd Haberkorn[1] (2021-present)

Leo is a character that appears in the WarioWare series. He is a ninja with the ability to control and transform into animals and serves as the antagonist during Kat & Ana's levels. Leo wears a purple sleeveless shirt, black fluffy pants, yellow shoes, a fluffy yellow scarf, and yellow bracelets, similar to Kat & Ana's clothing. He possesses heterochromia iridum, with a cyan left eye and a red right eye, along with having purple hair and bangs that usually cover his right eye.

Leo first appears in WarioWare: Get It Together! when he arrives at Sleepytown Village and turns his hands into large lion paws before using a ninja spell called "Puppetry", enabling him to control the village's animals, which he uses to cause trouble to the village residents. Kat & Ana then arrive, cast a sleeping spell on one of the animals, and confront Leo, who summons the animals against them and uses a ninja spell called "Lion's Roar", transforming himself into a lion. Leo's lion form makes a cameo in Kat & Ana's stage itself. When the boss microgame is completed, it appears, turns friendly, and dances off-screen. Leo can also be seen together with Kat & Ana in some of the images in their galleries, as well as in the cast credits.

Leo returns in WarioWare: Move It! as the antagonist once more during Kat & Ana's level in the game's story mode. He steals the parchment from the pair, and when they catch up to him, he is eaten by Cractus along with the stolen parchment. After Kat & Ana defeat Cractus, Leo is regurgitated from it and is outraged when the pair takes the parchment back from him. In the cast credits, Leo eats fruit with Kat & Ana.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese レオ
Chinese (Simplified) 里欧
Chinese (Traditional) 里歐
Dutch Leo -
French Leo -
German Leo -
Italian Leo -
Korean 레오
Portuguese Leo -
Russian Лео
Spanish Leo -