Category talk:Alien species

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Technically, robots don't count as species, but I don't think we should take them out. --User:Unit 3.0 19:25, 15 September, 2010

I agree, I've had a restructure of these categories on my to do list for ages. - Quolnok 02:49, 16 September 2010 (CEST)

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Why are there so many categories about creatures? The categories Creatures, Alien Species, and Aliens, should all be put into one category. - User:Unit 3.0 16:54, 17 November 2009(PDT)

No, they shouldn't. Category:Aliens are individuals who are neither human or robot - this could be further subdivided into common species, for example Decapodians. Alien Species and Creatures are slightly ambiguous, and should be reconfigured:
  • Lifeforms (species, models and subspecies)
    • Creatures (species and individuals)
    • Sentient Life (species, models and subspecies)
      • Robots (specie, models and individuals)
      • Humans (specie, subspecies and individuals)
      • Aliens (species, subspecies and individuals)
The articles on humans and subspecies - mutants - goes into "Humans" and "Sentient Life"; same deal for models of robot. Individuals only appear in the third level. - Quolnok 23:14, 17 November 2009 (UTC)
Problem past self; Guenter needs a suitable position in Sentient:
  • Lifeforms (species, models and subspecies)
    • Creatures (species and individuals) - Guenter
    • Sentient life (species, models and subspecies)
      • Robots (specie, models and individuals)
      • Earth evolved sentient life (species, subspecies and individuals) - Guenter, Dr. Banjo, Humans
      • Aliens (species, subspecies and individuals)
- Quolnok 03:11, 16 September 2010 (CEST)