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For some apparent reason, Nuzleaf reminds me of the greek God, Pan. Nuzleafs are said to strike fear into peoples' hearts when it blows on grass, and Pan is said to do the same. Pan is also the greek god of nature, and Nuzleafs are very well related to nature. Although I do know that they are based off of the japanese goblins, because the game was made in Japan, and the goblins match Nuzleaf's personality and appearance quite impressively. But maybe somehow they did incorporate Pan into the idea...? ~Salem-Ponders
- Personally, i think he looks kinda like kid Buu from DBZ,  Morgil27 18:57, 23 February 2010 (UTC)
"Two Black Dots on its Chest"
Resemblance to Pikmin?
Is it notable how much it resembles a Red Pikmin? Or would that be considered speculation? It has a leaf on its head, has a pointy nose., its shiny is reddish, its highest stat is attack, similar to how Red Pikmin are known for their higher attack power, and its ability chlorophyll is similar in idea to how Pikmin that have grown flowers are faster in those games. ArtistKyurem (talk) 04:39, 18 August 2014 (UTC)