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Hello, edits like these are considered vandalism and unacceptable on Bulbapedia. Please do not make such edits like this in the future or disciplinary action may be taken. Thank you. --Pokemaster97 22:30, 23 March 2013 (UTC)
Vandalism accusations and double standards
I'd like to point out that you're accusing of vandalism well-meaning people who could very easily mistake Kyurem's "gust of wind" for Glaciate, while an attack that was clearly not Dragon Pulse is on the very same page and is being completely ignored.
Dragon Pulse has always been a green sphere in the anime, so I don't see why those who added it aren't being accused of vandalism either.
That attack looks like Flamethrower, but no Kyurem forme can learn it. It can't be Dragon Breath, as it has never been a stream of red/orange flames in the anime.
It should be noted that said "gust of wind" could easily be Icy Wind, which all Kyurem formes learn and has a very similiar animation.
- Er, judging by the way this post was written, it sounds like you're the same person this talk page belongs to? A sibling? Anyway, let's address the things you were talking about. First of all, adding "rape" to an article is very much vandalism and it really doesn't sound like something a "well-meaning user" would add. If you're just talking about the moves, then let me clarify. When the movie came out, there was this pamphlet...thing that basically described the entire events of the movie. In addition, it revealed every move that Keldeo and Kyurem used. Nowhere was Glaciate shown in the pamphlet, so it's confirmed to have not used that move. And yes, it's DragonBreath and Dragon Pulse. Movie moves tend to look different than they do in the regular anime. Also, sign your comments with four tidles. (~ these things) Ataro (talk) 07:07, 17 April 2013 (UTC)