I know there have been contradicting statements about Watt's gender in Paper Mario, but the Super Paper Mario catch card states that he's in fact male. - Cobold (talk · contribs) 12:21, 28 August 2007 (EDT)
- What I mean by contradicting statements is that even within the game Paper Mario, Watt is both addressed as he and she, the game isn't linear about Watt's gender. - Cobold (talk · contribs) 15:04, 28 August 2007 (EDT)
Well, If Cobold is right, I guess we could refer to Watt as "it" and add a note about the gender at the end of the page. Gofer
- Yeah, I think EarthCrisis has a point. XzelionTC
Throughout the game I've noticed she could be either he/she. Everyone on the Zelda wiki can't decide Sheik's Gender. You know what? I think that's bull. A trophy information in Melee stated that when Zelda transforms into Sheik, her clothing changes, although her 'Physical' appearance stays the same. I wrote that on the discussion, and they told me, "That's a non-cannon game, so it doesn't count."
Let's not make that same mistake, OK guys?
Here's a little evidence Places Watt is referred to as a male in Paper Mario only: - Both times in Super Block upgrade menu.
Places Watt is referred to as a female: - Description of her abilities when she joins you. - Description of Watt's letter from her mother - Pause menu description of her.
Outside of Paper Mario, Watt seems to have more references insinuating his gender is male.
So where does this leave us?
I think Watt is a boy. Though this site can choose to overlook the newer info, I really don't care. Maybe we should have a poll to declare Watt's gender, this would end some confusion to it.
It should be a three category poll,
I might be over thinking this, but what do you guys think?
The preceding unsigned comment was added by Worldminus1 (talk). ...Thats Biased. I would reccomend to change Watt as an "it". Opinions can't be put in articles. uper-Yoshi
- Watt was mentioned more as a female in game, the Super Block and Catch Card were most likely mistakes/mistranslations, and the Catch Card doesn't use the word male, it uses guy, which can sometimes refer to girls (like dude). So Watt is a female. 00:11, 23 December 2008 (EST)
Is Watt optional? I thought I once read something that she was. User: Sonic&Mario Kid 19:37, 17 June 2008
- I'm not sure, but I don't think she is. In fact, I don't really think she could be; her abilities are needed at least to fight Fuzzipede. YELLOWYOSHI398
No, you need her to scare the Shy Squad into blasting a hole to General Guy. Also, you need to reveal invisible blocks to get to Shiver City. Big-bang 13:59, 16 August 2008 (EDT)
- Yes. Invisible blocks can be hit without being revealed, and you don't need to fight General Guy to complete the game. Here's a run without Watt: http://www.twitch.tv/anatomyz/c/4460238 18.104.22.168 02:36, 28 July 2014 (EDT)
I would think of Watt's Mother as being a hothead, not a li'l sparkie. MarioFan9999 08:10, 18 August 2008 (EDT)
- That's an what I though but there is unfortunately no proof Hello I am user ChillGuy.
I have been inactive for quite sometime, I have become much more mature than I had when I first joined this wiki, after being apart of Wikia for almost a year.
Is that supposed to be a pacifier or is it her nose? PoisonMushroom 16:25, 12 February 2012 (EST)