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Talk:Cleffa (Pokémon)

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On Cleffa's list of held items, it lists Qualot Berry, yet shows a different berry's sprite. Can anyone fix that? I'm not very good a Wiki Code.- unsigned comment from Blastoiseboy19 (talkcontribs)

Looks like the correct berry picture to me. Is Bag Qualot Berry Sprite.png not correct? (I've never played Ruby and Sapphire Versions, but from the fact that that image is put there by the template for the word "Qualot" my first assumption is that it's correct.) ~ Ribose · talk · cntr · 02:46, 7 May 2011 (UTC)
Yeah, it is a Qualot Berry. Or did you mean this TagQualot.png? :--SuperAipom7 (Questions?) 02:52, 7 May 2011 (UTC)

New egg move?

I bred my Clefairy with a Plusle today in Black and the Cleffa hatched with Thunder Wave as an egg move. I'm brand-new to Bulbapedia, so I'm not sure how I would go about adding it to the main article. Also, would this move be appropriate to add without seeing whether other Pokémon can pass the move down? I would greatly appreciate your response. Kajigoddess 01:39, 22 May 2011 (UTC)

It's not an egg move if it can learn it by TM, which it can. --Carmen (Talk | contribs) 01:42, 22 May 2011 (UTC)

I just realized something about its Japanese name

It's called "Py" because, to write "ピィ" on a Japanese keyboard, you have to type "pixi". This was actually pretty clever, and I'd add it to the name origin section, but it's locked... TorchicBlaziken (talkedits) 02:15, 28 June 2013 (UTC)