• Shouldn't Enemies be a sub-category of Races?---- Herbswell
  • I disagree. Although a few enemies do qualify as a race the majority of them do not. I.M.O to be qualified as a race you need to

1. Be living

2. Have or be capable of having an advanced level of intelligence (enough to reason and to talk).

3. To be physically different from other races to be qualified as there own race.

4. And to have there own distinct society.

While a few enemies such as the Deku and Skull Kids have the qualities, most of the common L.O.Z enemies such as Octoroks, Armos, and ChuChus have very few, if any of these qualities. I.M.O we need to have Enemies and races as there own separate categories.----ShutUpNavi 19:47, 19 January 2007 (UTC)

  • You can have enemies that are intelligent (races) or not, and you can also have races that are friendly (allies) or unfriendly (enemies). Something can belong to both groups, but neither is dependent on the other. --KikisKin 20:06, 19 January 2007 (UTC)
  • O.K I realize it’s been almost a year since anyone responded to this question (and a LOT has changed on the Wiki since then) but the reply above is the reason we need to have Enemies and races as there own separate categories. Bosses can be characters, and characters can be bosses, but neither is a subcategory of one another because most of characters aren’t bosses and vice versa. Same thing with the Races/Enemies thing. I am going to change this right now.--ShutUpNavi 20:48, 12 November 2007 (UTC)


AuronKaizer - "Every time I see your face, it reminds me of the places we used to go... but all I've got is a photograph, and I realize you're not coming back anymore."
Y'know, I was browsing around and noticed some disagreements about how to categorize these. How about game-specific race categories? Eh? Ya feel me? I wonder why nobody brought it up before.
Ccbermanzzpedia – Why So Serious?(come on must i have to do this?)
TALK – 12:29, October 4, 2009 (UTC) Timeline My edits ?x?
I feel you.
General Onox
EveryDayJoe45 – "Ours was the first revolution in the history of mankind that truly reversed the course of government, and with three little words: "We the people." "We the people" tell the government what to do, it doesn't tell us. "We the people" are the driver, the government is the car. And we decide where it should go, and by what route, and how fast. Almost all the world's constitutions are documents in which governments tell the people what their privileges are. Our Constitution is a document in which "We the people" tell the government what it is allowed to do. "We the people" are free."--Ronald Reagan
I say go ahead and do it. This would help make it more neat and it is also consistent with how we categorize other things. So yeah. I think this is a very good idea.
AuronKaizer - "When I was very young, the world was younger than I; as merry as a carousel. The circus tent was strung with every star in the sky, above the ring I loved so well. Now the young world has grown old. Gone are the tinsel and the gold."
Wow, I posted that over a year ago...anyway, I'll get to it soon, if somebody doesn't beat me to it.

Glitch in the Page or Something

Certain races like Zuna, Tokay, and Dog don't appear on this list. From what I can tell the reason is that this page automatically generates a list of categories which are themselves part of the races category. Since the Zuna for example have no individuals with pages, no one has made a category, and the race exists only as the straight up Zuna page. I propose that anything that is considered a race be given a category like all the other races have. In a few cases like the Zuna the only entry would be the page for the race in general, but it would allow all races to appear on this page. Normally categories would of course not be made for single/few pages like this, but given the way this Races Category Page handles things it would make navigation easier, which is the point of making categories anyway.--FierceDeku 08:58, November 16, 2011 (UTC)

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