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Disciple of Darion ?
Where is the source that prove than Papa Khan was a disciple of Darion ? It could be from another Khans's tribe, no ? I searching but not find. Any idea ? Thanks :) --Kharmitch (talk) 14:36, 1 November 2016 (UTC)
I'm trying to assassinate Papa Kahn, mostly becuase Oh my Papa isn't working. Does this guy have a daily routine, so I can quietly pop him without killing all of the Kahns? Big McLargeHuge 07:56, October 27, 2010 (UTC)
As far as I'm aware he just stays in the house and goes to his room. Obmckenzie 21:36, November 16, 2010 (UTC)
You can try waiting for him inside his room at night (the room next to Karl) as he goes in and locks the door. Once killing him, I guess you'll have to quickly sneak out before they find you. --Ayumix 21:30, November 22, 2010 (UTC)
also, someone is trying to add a chaka khan song to the article. Obmckenzie 21:36, November 16, 2010 (UTC)
..all i can think of when i see this man or his name...is "papa smurf" hahaha. Voruse 00:22, November 17, 2010 (UTC)
DUDE same here! I can't take the character seriously they even look a little similar... - Anonymous
I-... DAMNIT! You've ruined Papa Khan for me! Forever! - Anonymous 2
Jack & Diane song reference
Although I happen to agree with the folks that think Jack and Diane are a reference to the Mellencamp song, it has been stated by admins in other Talk pages that it should not be included until there is confirmation from a dev. Regardless, even if it was mentioned in Vault, I don't think Papa Khan's article would be the place for it. Deleted MayaMayhem 03:06, July 4, 2011 (UTC)
This page needs a serious re-write. I mean, this part is almost difficult to understand without at least one re-reading: "Then when NCR expanded in the Mojave Papa Khan naturally lashed out at the settlers and soldiers that began to pour in considering the history of hatred between them. Papa Khan knew that the NCR was no pushover soon large war parties of Khans began attacking and pillaging NCR settlement and outposts knowing that Mr. House would never give up his precious city began to push harder and harder against the NCR expecting Mr. House to take up arms against them. Thus when Mr. House signed a treaty with the NCR and restored the city’s power NCR retaliated harshly with the massacre of bitter springs. Papa Khan was leading a war party against an NCR out post and feels heavy guilt and responsibility for not being there when his people needed him most and holds a dangerous grudge against NCR to this day" Someone please figure out what's happening here and write it so it can be read.--188.8.131.52 05:55, July 12, 2011 (UTC)
Agreed, don't complain if you aren't willing to contribute in the slightest.. This site is built on user contribution, and you are more than welcome to help out however you can. I'll try to do some minor copy editing on this, when I have free time, but if you strongly feel that something needs to be completely re-written, you are just going to have to get your hands dirty. MayaMayhem 06:19, July 12, 2011 (UTC)