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Can anyone get a pic of Walda's room for me? We'd really be able to expand the article.Pringles 03:21, 13 April 2012 (UTC)
- I've uploaded a pic. It's pretty small but at least it's something.ElectricRat 22:18, 27 April 2012 (UTC)
- Thanks a ton. I haven't played Emerald for a while. Pringles 23:55, 28 April 2012 (UTC)
I thought that it was just that she was a new baby and that's why she's in bed. (Despite using the same sprite as little girls)
Here's what the father says(At least in the English version):
Oh, hello! Welcome to the PEPPER household. I have a question for you. Have you ever baby-sat? You see, I'm a new father, so raising a child is all new to me. And I have a problem. My daughter WALDA doesn't laugh enough. I think she'd laugh for me if I told her something funny. Do you know of a funny word of phrase you can tell me? --ElectricRat 16:24, 21 April 2012 (UTC)
- You do know what baby-sitting is right?--ForceFire 04:09, 29 April 2012 (UTC)
Since Walda's full name is Walda Pepper, should we move this page to Walda Pepper? We generally use the full names of characters when applicable, even ones with bit parts (i.e. Characters of the day). - Chosen of Mana 16:49, 2 July 2013 (UTC)
- Not necessarily, they're the Pepper household, not Pepper family. This means they're not related as in two parents and a kid, they're just friends. And it's possible that "pepper" only refers to them being hotheaded, not any family identifiers. Maybe that "dad" is actually just in his late twenties, and that "mom" is just in her mid-twenties, as before Diamond and Pearl, sprites actually looked nothing like the appearance of the character. And he could have be born looking bald and not being able to grow any hair there, seeing as some gym leaders have weirder hair than a premature baldness. While Walda does look like an younger kid, she might be just small, so maybe she's around 17-18 living with two twenty-somethings. And for the man calling himself a "new father"... maybe the man and woman consider Walda to be like their daughter? So it's just a 28-year-old man with a bald-looking sprite, a 26-year-old woman with a sprite making her look like she has motherly curves, and a short 17-year-old girl who fell ill from a Pokèmon attack just the day after moving in with the other two. Maybe she's a Pokèmon trainer, maybe the Pokèdolls actually being her Pokèmon (but with sprites not making them looking like how they actually look) and having started her journey years ago, being from another region like Sinnoh. It's possible that this type of households are common in the Pokèmon world. Maybe the reason you live with Mom in the games is not because you live with your mom, but because you happen to live with an unrelated trainer whose name happens to be Mom. (i do not actually believe that, though...)--Kaiko Mikkusu (talk) 22:33, 12 February 2014 (UTC)
IS she a counterpart to Wally, like I said a year and a half ago? They both are really sick, the player helps that in some way, their names are pretty close, they're both exclusive to Gen III. Isn't there some similarity here, something significant? Please, somebody, confirm my suspicions. - Pringles 20:40, 27 December 2013 (UTC)
- I doubt it. Their Japanese names aren't similar, the way you help her out (putting in codes for wallpaper) isn't particularly similar to the way you help Wally (helping him catch Pokemon/battling with him) and she doesn't do anything particularly important enough that they'd be likely to be a counterpart. --It's Funktastic~!話してください 20:44, 27 December 2013 (UTC)