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At the end of the movie, Zero's many Magnemite and Magneton are shown along with his Magnezone living in the wreckage of the Megaliba. I was wondering if this does not imply that they are released and no longer in his possession? --The Great Butler 02:53, 9 February 2009 (UTC)
Did they ever mention it? Like in any of the flashback scenes? I could've sworn I heard Newton say "Simon" or somethong.23:01, 14 February 2009 (UTC)
- Simon sounds like Zero.... maybe you misheard. — THE TROM — 05:34, 15 February 2009 (UTC)
-Parker Anderson and Daniel Jenkins are likely the same person. --The Great Butler 01:42, 16 February 2009 (UTC)
VA and Wikipedia
I'm not convinced that Brian Ferguson and the Parker Anderson who voiced Zero are the same person. I'm taking that link off until I see solid proof it's him. --The Great Butler 03:12, 22 April 2009 (UTC)
Should Giratina really be listed under temporary Pokémon? In a sense, he never really 'captured' him. When playing Pokémon, you capture a Pokémon by having the Poké ball roll 3 times and then clicking. Since the machine never hit 100%, his 'Poké ball', if you will, never really clicked. --☆QliksTalk☆ 03:21, 22 April 2009 (UTC)
- I see what you're saying. See Lawrence III section Pokémon...it says "escaped" ht14 03:26, 22 April 2009 (UTC)
It says that the mecha was shaped because of his obsession with Giratina, but I think it was Zero's backup plan. He wanted the powers of Giratina for himself, but if that failed, there was still somethiing else he could do (transform the Megarig into Mecha Giratina). And, yes, that's possible, for if they can shrink a Pokémon 47'07"* or 2094.4 lbs.* into a 2 inch ball, well... they can do anything.