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Talk:List of Generation II Nintendo event Pokémon in 2003

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NYPC event issues

There are some issues with the NYPC events (multiple special moves on one set, lack of dates, fake/questionable events and missing ones), and lack of direct sourcing. I've found/been given quite a few sources in my research here, it would be good for this to be integrated into Bulbapedia.--Eric the espeon 12:46, 8 December 2011 (UTC)

Used the sources to compile a list. Those weren't the only event Pokémon distributed though, since there are still plenty more moves not included there that are known to be NYPC moves. I've included a list of those below. I've done some more web archive searching, but it doesn't seem to have the important pages archived. --SnorlaxMonster 17:05, 14 January 2012 (UTC)

NYPC moves that are missing

  • Spearow - SonicBoom
  • Nidoran♀ - Lovely Kiss
    • Moonlight
    • Sweet Kiss
  • Nidoran♂ - Lovely Kiss
    • Morning Sun
    • Sweet Kiss
  • Psyduck - Petal Dance
    • Tri Attack
  • Poliwag - Growth
  • Tentacool - Confuse Ray
  • Horsea - Haze
  • Tauros - Quick Attack
  • Magikarp - Reversal
  • Lapras - Bite
  • Dratini - Hydro Pump
  • Pichu - Petal Dance
    • Sing
  • Cleffa - Petal Dance
    • Swift
  • Igglybuff - Mimic
    • Petal Dance
  • Chinchou - Light Screen
  • Marill - Hydro Pump
  • Yanma - Steel Wing
  • Wooper - Belly Drum
  • Dunsparce - Horn Drill
  • Snubbull - Lovely Kiss
  • Qwilfish - Double-Edge
  • Remoraid - Amnesia
    • Mist
  • Delibird - Pay Day
  • Mantine - Gust
  • Skarmory - Fury Cutter
  • Smoochum - Metronome|
    • Petal Dance
  • Elekid - Pursuit
  • Magby - Faint Attack

Wait.

Isn't it pointless Normal/Rare Celebi when the only difference is that Rare is Shiny, while Normal isn't (unless the OT are different, though they are unknown currently). Wouldn't it be better to make one template with shiny=maybe in it? Marked +-+-+ 20:40, 7 April 2012 (UTC)

Yeah, I think that was just one that I missed when I changed from listing everything twice (Shiny and non-Shiny) to shiny=maybe due to going over the template include size. --SnorlaxMonster 08:31, 11 April 2012 (UTC)

Split.

It is needed, as the page currently goes over template limit. Marked +-+-+ (talk) 15:02, 11 November 2012 (UTC)