Does anyone know the meaning of Altaria's Japanese name?
>I'm pretty sure it's named after a star in the Draco constilation. I know it's an astrological reference, anyways.
Where is Altaria located in ruby/sapphire and beyond? I don't have any of them but D/P and this won't tell me where. Tyrogue
- You just have to be patient. Bulbapedia relies on voluntary work and we already know where there are gaps. As it happens, I was working through the Game locations before my unexpected absense in the last week but now that I'm back I'll get back into them. --FabuVinny T-C-S 10:36, 1 September 2007 (UTC)
I thought they were in Sky Pillar... Tyrogue
Another name theory
Could the "Alt" in Altaria's name possibly refer to the word "altitude", as in a high altitude. It does make sense, being a Flying-type. -- Nebula 00:24, 21 February 2008 (UTC)
Altaria-based of a Phoenix?
It is,after all,a Dragon-type Pokémon and can learn moves such as Flamethrower and Fire Blast(even though many other non-Fire-types do too) If I recall correctly this was even once written in the Origin section!
...er? I didn't want to just change it, but it seems rather unfounded that it would be based on 'Albatross'. Just because it's name starts with the same two letters and it's a bird doesn't mean it's related. They've got nothing else in common. -absolutely nothing-. At least nothing I can see. The other reasons make a lot more sense. [[Derian]] 17:11, 29 July 2009 (UTC)
Can someone please add the Stats heading above Base Stats? -_- I made an account to fix it, but I can't edit it. Amec
Trivia about Special Defense
Doesn't Giratina altered form have a higher special defense? -- (is Mæ!) 06:17, 15 October 2010 (UTC)
Didn't Druddigon also use Draco Meteor in BW030?SONICバリヤ 15:28, 24 May 2011 (UTC)
- Yep. However, the page isn't protected, so you could have removed the trivia yourself.----無限の知性 ◎ ＤＥＮＮＯＵ◆ＺＥＮＳＨＩ 15:41, 24 May 2011 (UTC)
Anyone find it ironic how Altaria is a power rock band and Altaria looks really calm? Anyone? Origami is math for the hands. -Martin Grant, MathPath 23:27, 16 December 2011 (UTC)