What makes you say that? I'm just curious cause a lot of people are thinking Plague doctor or something else because it's apparently just as small as Diglett. Dialgafan1 (talk) 19:41, 11 July 2013 (UTC)
- It may evolve to grow a body and some legs, to carry on the theme. Xolotl (talk) 21:01, 11 July 2013 (UTC)
"Spritzee's fragrance changes based on its diet." - A flamingo's coloration changes based on it's diet. Most are pink because of the seafood they ingest in the form of shrimp, algae, fish, etc. But there are other colors out there. Any google search on Flamingo, color, and diet will pop up a few resources for you. As such, anyone who doesn't believe it's based on a flamingo are just in denial now. :P Myzou (talk) 23:19, 12 July 2013 (UTC)
Looks like it could be based on a plague doctor, with the face shape, Healer ability, and the perfume theme (plague doctor masks were filled with perfume since it was thought that the plague spread via its smell). - unsigned comment from Silverlucario (talk • contribs)
I was gonna' add this to the Origins section, but this page cannot yet be edited by non-mods. ~~ArtemiSerebii~~
- spritz means to spray/sprinkle a small amount of liquid and -ee is a suffix added to objects; therefore, Spritzee could stand for "the Pokémon that is sprayed lightly", aka, "the perfume Pokémon". Richi3f (talk) 04:49, 13 July 2013 (UTC)
- I'm thinking maybe, though, it has something to do with "sprite". "sprite /sprīt/ Noun An elf or fairy." (quote Google's definition) Do you think this may be included as well? q~Bisumito~p 15:35, 24 July 2013 (UTC)
Korean name for Spritzee
Its Korean name is 슈쁘 Syuppeu.
- Shortened transliteration of its Japanese name.
I've noticed in-game that male Spritzee seem to be more common then female ones, especially when hatching Spritzee eggs. Perhaps Spritzee's gender ratio is three males to one female (despite its feminine-looking evolution)? --The Truth aka Relicant 14:24, 24 October 2013 (UTC)