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Gender[edit source]

Hi, Kappa can also be a female at least in the folklores. What is the basis of the male gender? To my knowledge Imp here should be transgender since the sprite for the imp status is the same for females and males.Jvh47 (talk) 09:23, May 4, 2020 (UTC)

I think the person who added gender in the infoboxes just looked at what pronouns the page was using. And the person who added the pronouns just assumed.
Kappa's barely a character and so doesn't get character entries in any guides. Doubt it's gendered in the game either, so I've made the page gender netural. JBed (talk) 17:03, May 4, 2020 (UTC)

"Kappa the Imp"[edit source]

Where is he called that? Checking the GBA and SNES scripts, I only see "Kappa", not even "Imp" (that's the status, not the character). I can only think perhaps Dissidia called him that, but if so I'd say that's more reconciling the two translations.

I'd say this can just be called "Kappa" and the discrepancy between translations noted in a Behind the scenes section.

I certainly cannot find any reference to "Kappa the Imp" outside of the Wiki and fan materials that potentially pulled the name out of the Wiki. Agreed that it should just be Kappa. — Zero-ELEC (talk) 23:07, 27 October 2020 (UTC)
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