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Talk:Raticate (Pokémon)

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Japanese name

Why is the Japanese name translated to 'Ratta' in one place and 'Ketsuban' in another? The katakana translates correctly to 'Ratta'. InsomniacHonchkrow 03:48, 21 October 2009 (UTC)

Ketsuban must be the default for the template. It seems that the admin that updated the infobox forgot to put the $ on the tmname parameter. . . and the page is still protected. . . Werdnae (talk) 03:56, 21 October 2009 (UTC)

Trivia

Should it be mentioned in the trivia that Raticate is the only pokemon with a base stat total of 413? Or is it addressed elsewhere? ☆Pandagasms☆

1st Generation Catch Rate

This website (The Cave of Dragonflies "Gen I Capture Mechanics") revealed that Raticate has a catch rate of 90 in RBY only. It also mentioned that Dragonair and Dragonite have a catch rate of 27 and 9 respectively in Yellow Version only. How should we go about this? --Mazion (talk) 04:22, 26 March 2013 (UTC)

Raticate M/F sprite difference in HG/SS

I'm not referring to the whiskers, but what appears to be a tiny goof only an OCD weirdo like me would notice! When compared to the female sprite, male Raticate in HG/SS have an extra gray pixel in the sclera at the corner of their eye. This is the most trivial of trivia, but hey, now the internet will never forget that someone noticed? I'll be going now. Gamescook (talk) 20:20, 23 September 2014 (UTC)