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- Opinionated sprite trivia doesn't fly here. Sorry. —darklordtrom 22:07, 11 November 2009 (UTC)
Ivysaur's Sprites from both remakes are bluer than the other games in the same generation. Is this notable?
- Wait a minute! Didn't I already put it into the article?
So I just thought I would let you know I'm playing Pokemon Yellow and Ivysaur is weak against ground type moves--Dirkofnurn 16:54, 7 July 2010 (UTC)
There is a line in this category that says "Its abilities are such like petals, powders, and scents than vines and leaves, most likely because of the larger flower on its back." Should this be changed to something like "It's abilities include manipulation of petals, powders and scents, rather than vines and leaves (which it's pre-evolution bulbasaur focused on), most likely because of the large flower on it's back." ?? Oshawhat? 08:49, 9 February 2011 (UTC)
"...at the expense of no longer being able to rise on its hind legs" Both this article and Bulbasaur's article mention that Ivysaur cannot raise on its hind legs, yet look at the Red/Blue(US) sprites... are we reading that as a discrepancy in the sprites, or as a discrepancy in the information given, and either way, shouldn't it be mentioned, if only in the trivia? Silentspring 23:54, 22 May 2011 (UTC)
Ivysaur is a frog!
Just because of it's ears and basic evolution doesn't mean it's not a frog. Wartortle and Blastoise have ears too! Poliwag, Poliwhirl, and Poliwrath are all tadpoles and Mudkip, Marshtomp, and Swampert resemble basic axolotls.Bennell 20:52, 20 March 2012 (UTC)