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- Probably Dawn lost to Maylene and Ash is seeking revenge. XD JmathTalk 20:26, 24 January 2008 (UTC)
- If it is true and Dawn lost once again, she would be really depressed.Perhaps she is going to give up contests forever and will be slapped by Ash for her foolishness!-Billy4b2004 09:17, 25 January 2008 (UTC)
- now the reason's clear, a battle for two girls who have lost their self-confidence to recover!!!-Billy4b2004 12:00, 5 February 2008 (UTC)
No, I don't think so. Because the Japanese title of A Gruff Act to Follow is Cranidos VS Pikachu! while the Japanese title of The Grass-Type is Always Greener is Turtwig VS Turtwig! Speed Showdown!!. Both the Gym battle in A Gruff Act to Follow and the unofficial battle in The Grass-Type is Always Greener are not one-on-one and all the Gym battles aren't one-on-one except the battles between Ash and Lt. Surge and the rematches!- - unsigned comment from Billy4b2004 (talk • contribs)
- People probably don't know it exists, and if they do, they probably don't know how to use it right. Let's break it down, shall we?
- This field denotes the number of the episode in question. For example, for the DP122 article, the field should read 122. The previous and following episode numbers are handled automatically
- This field denotes the announced Japanese broadcast date. For example, if DP151 were announced for New Year's Eve in 2009, this field would read December 31, 2009. (Note that this is in no way indicitave of DP133's actual Japanese airdate.)
- This field denotes the raw episode name in kanji.
- This field denotes the translated episode name in Roman characters. For example, if DP203's Japanese title were to translate as "Lucario vs. Crobat! Enter the Ninja Gym Leader from Another Land!", that translation would make up field 6 with its raw kanji as field 5. (Note that this is in no way indicitave to any actual DP203 plot.)
Granted, this isn't the easiest template in the world to master...--Shiningpikablu252 22:46, 25 January 2008 (UTC)
Why is Ash's Staravia listed in this episode? Buizel is the only one of Ash's Pokémon confirmed to appear in this episode (aside from the obvious Pikachu), as far as I know. -- Glitch Pokémon. Official Pokémon. There is no real difference between the two. In my opinion, the two should be considered equal!-- quoted by Missingno. Master 15:23, 13 February 2008 (UTC) It is seen in the preview.-Billy4b2004 09:51, 19 February 2008 (UTC)
He was listed in the credits, but did he play the other black belt, or were the credits for this week's episode placed here as well?
----HoennMaster 20:32, 6 August 2008 (UTC)
Why does buizel learn water pulse by copying lucario? And why do the moves look the same. In the games the look soooooo different? I'm confused :~ SpecialK 13:37, 22 November 2009 (UTC)