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Template talk:InorganicEnemy

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Some of these appear/are organic and for some reason Goht is not here, he is in beasts. Ganondox (U) (T) (C) 19:44, 23 October 2010 (EDT)

Of course there may be discrepancies between the templates, but these were the placements we thought best represented the enemies that are listed. It is fair for an enemy to be organic looking and mechanized, those are included, as it is for an inorganic, non-mechanized foe. The title uses "or" so the meaning is not mutually exclusive.
  1. REDIRECT User:Cipriano/sig 00:13, 24 October 2010 (EDT)

Remove Bombling

Bomblings look neither inorganic or mechanical; I think it's an insect that has the ability to explode, which doesn't require the aforementioned traits. - TonyT S C 20:24, 15 November 2012 (UTC)

I agree. It looks very much like some kind of insect to me, too. Noble Wrot 01:13, 16 November 2012 (UTC)
They're inorganic? Doesn't make sense to me. Remove it, I say. REMOVE IT! — Abdul [T] [C] [S]  15:10, 16 November 2012 (UTC)

Armos

Currently this template only has Armos listed, but I feel like the other members of the Armos family should be listed here as well. Jo the Marten ಠ_ಠ 08:44, 16 December 2012 (UTC)

There is some variance between whether Armos are "organic" or not (originally they were knights turned to stone and come to life when you touch them, does that make them organic when active? Not sure), but this is a fair point, so I added them. The only one I'm not sure about at all is the Armos Warrior, because he's not even known by that name in Japan, so might be organic and unrelated. User:Fizzle/sig 17:56, 16 December 2012 (UTC)

Add Deadrock

I propose that we add Deadrock to this list, as it turns itself into an impenetrable rock when struck, so it would be a fair assessment to say it partially counts as inorganic. - TonyT S C 00:54, 19 August 2013 (UTC)

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