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"Caught at" exception
How can we assume that Ash's Butterfree is male and the Pink Butterfree is female? It could have easily been the other way around. A Pokémon's color does not determine its gender; in the anime Nidoran♂ and Nidorino are pink, while Nidoran♀ and Nidorina are blue.
Considering that we are not allowed in the Ash's Charizard article to state that Charizard is male, why are we allowed to assume the genders of Ash's Butterfree and the Pink Butterfree? Andros 1337 04:30, 27 July 2011 (UTC)
- Honestly, I think you're being needlessly picky. I don't think it could have been more obvious which gender the Butterfrees are meant to be, by ways of their roles in the episode and the fact that Brock gave romantic advice to Butterfree (which he could hardly have done based on his own experiences if Ash's Butterfree was the female). I agree that Charizard should be confirmed male, but just because it isn't, we shouldn't go through and dissect everything to prove that no one else is confirmed by this ridiculously high standard. That's just my opinion. Toon Ganondorf (t c) 08:09, 27 July 2011 (UTC)
- Opinions don't make wikis. Altered to make it a little more open ended. Got2Hands 02:22, 21 September 2011 (UTC)