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The origin at the bottom of the page is referring to the English names list that got leaked. Considering that, where does "shubarugo" derive its origin from? --Element03 22:47, 6 February 2011 (UTC)
- It is referring to its Japanese name. Not the leaked English name. Shubarugo comes from chevalier (シュバリエ shubarie) and escargot (エスカルゴ esukarugo). --ケンジのガール 22:58, 6 February 2011 (UTC)
- My mistake. It wasn't readily apparent and I'd gotten the explanation mixed up with the list. --Element03 17:46, 10 February 2011 (UTC)
I recently heard that a few Japanese romanized names have been revealed, and Shubarugo has been revealed as Chevargo. Shouldn't this page be moved to Chevargo (Pokémon) or wait until the 4th when we get the English name? --TrickyB 21:14, 25 February 2011 (UTC)
- Since it's so close to the English release date, we're going to wait til then. If it was further away, it would have been moved to the romanized name. --P S Yライダー☮ 21:16, 25 February 2011 (UTC)
Karrablast's & Escavalier's origin
I believe that Karrablast & Escavalier are based on carabid beetles in the Scaphinotus genus, which are known for entering snail shells and eating snails.
Metua 23:56, 11 March 2011 (UTC)
About Accelgor and Excavalier
I think in article should be put that When Shelmet and Karrablast are put in a electric wire, Shelmet's armor is somehow removed and is inherit in Karrablast, because Shelmet after evolving loses its armor and Excavalier obtain one. Igor 11:45, 1 December 2011