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- Just a reminder to use the preview button when you edit. Thanks! --It's Funktastic~!話してください 18:10, 20 April 2013 (UTC)
I can't speak for Dennou Zenshi or Zesty Cactus, but since neither of them seem to have made an effort to inform you why they reverted your trivium on the "Generation II" page, I thought I should come here and say it's incredibly likely that it's because now Generations I, II, and VI have introduced new types, so it's no longer notable. For the same reason that "first to do X since the last time something did X" isn't notable, "only one to do X except this other one that also did X" isn't notable either. The trivia sections would balloon out-of-control if we included all the almost-but-not-quite-unique things. Better to just keep it to unique trivia. Pumpkinking0192 (talk) 20:18, 14 June 2013 (UTC)
- Exactly. It wasn't so different than something like "Prior to Generation V, Bruno was the only Fighting-type specialist in Elite Four" or "Prior to EP030, Bulbasaur was Ash's only Poison type.", both of which sound stupid--電禅Den Zen 20:44, 14 June 2013 (UTC)
- According to the Talk page policy, "This page is your user talk page. Even so, you still need to abide by the rules of the talk page policy on this page. Don't remove comments, including your initial welcome message." --Landfish7 21:47, 14 June 2013 (UTC)
Just to let you know, I've now tested (in Diamond) using both Safeguard and Light Screen on my own team and then using Defog, and Defog didn't clear either of them from my team. When I got a Ditto to Transform and use Safeguard, though, Defog did remove it.
I also used Stealth Rock on a wild Pokemon and then used Defog, and Stealth Rock was cleared. Then I got a Ditto to use Stealth Rock on my team, and Defog didn't clear it away.
You say you have experience in competetive battling. If that's on physical games and consoles, then perhaps you could give more details on the circumstances in which you're seeing Defog affecting the user's side of the field instead of the target's. If not, though, then it is very likely that whatever software you may be using to enjoy your competitive scene is not working correctly. Tiddlywinks (talk) 15:42, 19 April 2015 (UTC)
Trivia - Gulpin and Water Gun
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