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Talk:Roselia (Pokémon)

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Trivia

I don't believe it's notable enough to mention that Roselia was put up for trade by Nintendo. We might as well mention each and every single trade Nintendo has conducted under the trivia section under the respective Pokemon articles. But we won't and shouldn't because that would take up too much space and is completely unnecessary. Now, unless the Pokemon put up for trade has some defining feature, like a Blastoise that can learn FIRE SPIN, I don't think it should be included. Redstar 22:45, 16 May 2009 (UTC)

The Jap-for-English thing is the notable part. — THE TROM — 09:29, 17 May 2009 (UTC)
Ah. Well, is there any way to make that more obvious? I for one have no idea what the difference between a Japanese and any other national version of Roselia is. Redstar 12:03, 17 May 2009 (UTC)

Edit Request

Episode Pokémon Source Entry
AG033 Roselia Ash's Pokédex Roselia, the Thorn Pokémon. Roselia's aroma can bring serenity, but the thorns on its head contain a vicious poison.
This concludes the entries from the Advanced series.

Please and thank you! Littlmiget123 22:31, 9 November 2009 (UTC)

EV Yield

Shouldn't it be mentioned that Roselia only gave out 1 special attack EV in Generation III? Would've saved me a lot of trouble, seeing as I found out the hard way. - User Talk:Nechifor 13 March 2010

Pokedex Entries

  • In both the Sapphire Pokedex, and Ash's Pokedex, it clearly states that it uses the thorns on it's head to inject poison. However, in

Pearl, the Pokedex tells us that it has thorns on it's arm (which it visibly doesn't) that are very toxic. I think that this is trivia worthy Darynu 18:20, 9 July 2011 (UTC)

Or...it could just have thorns in both parts. Simple as that. Also, no adding trivia. Ataro 01:11, 11 July 2011 (UTC)