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Just a thought: A picture of Ash, Misty and Tracey riding on Lapras may be more beneficial than the current picture if anyone has one. --FabuVinny 21:35, 1 July 2006 (UTC)
- Any image might be more beneficial, just given how small Lapras is in this one... and actually, though the Spurt! has some good images, I'd say they could all be replaced with better ones - images from the series itself that give a good view of the whole Pokémon and which don't have text from credits or lyrics on them. The Spurt! ones will do until someone can get better ones, though. --Pie 21:56, 1 July 2006 (UTC)
Umm... Guys... about lapras...
Ok, I just wanted to ask something. I don't really understand how Lapras belongs to Ash, really. I mean, sure, Ash caught it in a poké ball, but does that REALLY mean anything? I mean, Brock caught Vulpix in a poké ball in it's debut appearance, and the last time I checked, even he didn't consider it HIS Pokémon.
Plus, when it comes down to the controversy of whether Larvitar is Ash's pokémon or not, they said that it isn't Ash's pokémon since he was trying to return it to his mother. But, Ash did the very same thing with Lapras as well (he promised Lapras to return it to his family in it's debut episode), so, if the whole "delivering it back to it's family" rationale is used to count Larvitar out of Ash's roster, then why is Lapras listed as Ash's pokemon despite that?
It really confuses me as to how it seems to be this way. So, should we move it to the Befriended section or not?
- No. Ash owned Lapras, simple as that. Even if Brock never considered Vulpix his, it still was because he owned it for a significant amount of time, he caught it in a Poké Ball, and, most importantly, he used it in battle. Ash did the same with Lapras, and except for capturing it in a Poké Ball, he did the same to Larvitar. --PAK Man Talk 17:39, 20 January 2008 (UTC)
ash's lapras's mother's (I think it was) was lighter in color than other lapras.could this be a proto type of gender difference?Darkmaster0 04:18, 14 March 2008 (UTC)
- could the first have been Pikachu?--D i o n 2 4 09:31, 28 December 2008 (UTC)
- Yeah, and besides which, Surf does equal swimming, seeing how the overworld usage of Surf is you riding on your pokemon while it's swimming, so it's ultimately no different. Weedle Mchairybug 15:24, 16 July 2009 (UTC)