This is a contest description, not a description of PokéBlocks alone. So unless anyone has any objections, I'm going to reformat this article to be specifically about PokéBlocks (contests will obviously be detailed on the Contests or Contest categories page. - evkl
Since no one else had done anything here for several months, I went ahead and wrote the whole thing to put the emphasis on Pokéblocks rather than contests. I hope that's good with everyone. -- Slim
Pokéblock or PokéBlock. We've got a whole mess of pages that start with "Poké", and none of them doesn't have a capital letter after that é except Pokémon, Pokétch, or this page. PokéGear and PokéNav both do CamelCase... should this? TTEchidna 23:32, 5 July 2008 (UTC)
I think it should, in the games they are all typed as "POKéBLOCK", "POKéGEAR", and "POKéNAV", so this should be PokéBlock.
- No, it should be left as is. The title card for AG039 reads "A Pokéblock Party!" (the fact that the episode has little to do with Pokéblocks aside) and the title card for AG090 reads "Pokéblock, Stock, and Berry!". If it really were intended for it to be typed out as "PokéBlock", those title cards would have done it. Besides, the reason the lowercase "é" is used is because there's no uppercase "É" (Alt-144 or Alt-0201 on Windows) character programmed into the Pokémon games. Who's to say the TCG didn't mess up on the gear and nav? --Shiningpikablu252 22:51, 9 February 2009 (UTC)
Pokéblock Recipes for perfect Contest Stats
There are recipes for Pokéblocks which max out all your Pokémon's contest stats. Should these be added to this page? Somewhere else? Or is that the wrong kind of information for Bulbapedia? Peterpansexuell (talk) 11:50, 14 September 2012 (UTC)