Talk:Klepto

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Klepto's a specie right? Paper Jorge

I've only seen one at a given place. And I don't believe he has been referred to as "Kleptos" in the plural. If you can find a source stating otherwise, then we can change it to species. - Son of Suns
Mario Golf Toadstool TOur. Theres many of them. Paper Jorge
Okay. Species it is. Make the appropriate changes and add that Mario Golf info. -- Son of Suns
Maybe Ill do that later...It will take a long itme doing it but Ill try... Paper Jorge

The plural is Kleptees, I think
The preceding unsigned comment was added by Max2 (talk).

What's the source? -- Son of Suns
He's lying, like always... File:Mayor.gifPaper Jorge

I'm not! I heard it somewhere... oh well, I'll keep looking. I did hear it somewhere...
The preceding unsigned comment was added by Max2 (talk).

Protagonist[edit]

How is he a protagonist in Super Mario 64? He's listed as one. --Daisysbiggestfan 00:33, 19 January 2010 (EST)

WTFudge? Somebody better remove that. Hello, I'm Time Turner.

Species?[edit]

If this is a species, shouldn't "Klepto the Condor" be a notable Klepto? DKPetey99.pngDKPetey99TCE 08:36, 12 July 2011 (EDT)

If you make him a notable Klepto then someone should make a Klepto(species) page wich needs to be made anyways since Kleptos are a confirmed species not just a single charecter.So to answer your question"Should he be made a notable Klepto?Yes,but a Klepto(Species) page should be made first.-Bowser45(Fun Isn't Infinite)

What is this page[edit]

Just looking at the first paragraph it switches from talking about all Kleptos to just talking about just the one from Super Mario 64 what's up with that? Chat Man (talk) 17:43, 4 November 2017 (EDT)

Solved. Doc von Schmeltwick (talk) 23:06, 4 November 2017 (EDT)

Necky[edit]

Is it worth noting that Kleptos resemble Neckies or Mini-Neckies? Or would that just be a coincidence because they're both vultures? Alex95sig1.pngAlex95sig2.png 11:12, 21 June 2018 (EDT)

The latter, I think. Their designs are based on conventional cartoon depictions of vultures--pink heads, white feathers around the neck, dark plumage. Beaky Buzzard comes to mind. -- Super SuperRadio.png Radio 11:23, 21 June 2018 (EDT)