- 1 Sockpuppets?
- 2 Pokémon card categories
- 3 Categorizing
- 4 Thanks!
- 5 Impostor
- 6 Legendary Pokémon
- 7 JohnnyRebel
- 8 Administrator Status
- 9 Username
- 10 You've edited a whole lot lately...
- 11 Zetaaaaa
- 12 A request for assistance
- 13 Sprites
- 14 Rhydon first Pkmn?
- 15 Dude
- 16 Generation 5 page
- 17 Hollow Electrode?
- 18 Project Idea
Is it just me or have a lot of accounts that have never been used been created in the past few days. I suspect that most, if not all, of them are sockpuppets. Could you look into it? I can't do anything about the accounts because I'm not an admin. Carnivine 22 March 2007
Pokémon card categories
There has been a little mistake with the descriptions of categories for Pokémon in the TCG. They should say something like "Pokémon Cards that have (whatever Pokémon) in their name," as to include things like Dark Gloom and things. Sorry about the misunderstanding. -Happy Mask Man 21:58, 23 March 2007 (UTC)
You saved my life. --Maxim 20:28, 31 August 2007 (UTC)
You should know that someone registered with the same username as you, only with a period at the end. Check the user creation log. Also, Ph34r is back, now Ph34r. is his username, although he hasn't done anything yet, he probably will. Once again, check the user creation log. --Shiny NoctowlTalk | Fun 17:59, 15 September 2007 (UTC)
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what is your username on neopets??? --A WILD PIKA23 APPEARED!! 07:30, 11 May 2009 (UTC)
You've edited a whole lot lately...
No. Not yet. The names of the games will come, the Pokémon will come, and then we'll make the Gen V page. I mean, even the first revision of the Gen IV page features the names of the games. And no infobox. Though a generation infobox would be a good idea... TTEchidna 23:20, 29 January 2010 (UTC)
A request for assistance
Hi there Zeta. I'd like to ask for your assistance in a small matter. Myself and CuboneKing have been, through the last few months, changing grammar on some articles, changing "based off of" to "based on", "fell off of" to "fell off" and so on. Together we have managed to correct around 200 articles (with permission from TTEchidna), but there is one left. In the "Pokémon World" article there are two instances of "based off of" and as this is a featured article neither myself or CuboneKing have the authority to change it. I was wondering if I could trouble you to help us out and change it for us? I can locate where the two instances are to make it easier for you if you so wish.
Thank you --Burjojo 01:00, 3 June 2010 (UTC)
I don't know who to ask about this so, I'll ask you. Is Bulbapedia all of a sudden trying to eradicate the listing of sprite differences in trivia? The reason I'm asking is because other users seem to have a problem with me posting something about Suicune's sprites, but yet every other Pokémon on this site has at least one thing written about sprite differences. And by differences, I mean designs that are different from the official artwork and/or current gen sprites. Personally, I don't see any problem with it as long as speculation isn't tagged along with it, which someone actually tried doing by making up excuses to not write the differences up. But I wanted to know what you thought. Someone told me that it was useless/pointless trivia. Well duh, trivia is suppose to be. That's what makes it trivia. Thank you --いぬみみ 15:34, 26 July 2010 (UTC)
Rhydon first Pkmn?
I didn't even get a chance to look at it. You moved it not even a minute after creating it. That's not what userspace creation's supposed to do. And Psy's was made ten minutes earlier, too. TTEchidna 23:54, 21 August 2010 (UTC)
Generation 5 page
the Generation 5 page needs to be updated with the latest information from this month's issue of CoroCoro that came out a few weeks ago. the Information has already been reconfirmed by both Pokemon Sunday and the Official Site.
Im new, by the way (but i have been using bulbapedia a long time before i got an account).
Shinji-San 00:44, 24 August 2010 (UTC)Shinji-San
Here is a quote from the discussion page of the Electrode (Pokémon) article:
Should the image at this location be added to the page: http://i694.photobucket.com/albums/vv303/TomasOMeachair/1285947619049.jpg?t=1285955988
(uploading onto Bulbagarden Archives is restricted to admins at the time of writing)
I'm unsure as to the source of the image, other than my finding it on an imageboard, but it seems at least semi-official and could be worth mentioning in the article - Electrode certainly seems to be light enough for it being hollow to be possible, and hence worth mentioning.
The consequences of this for what constitutes a Pokémon could also be worth mentioning - Pokémon aren't necessarily organic in the same way animals are, and so shouldn't be treated as such from a categorisation and documentation point-of-view, maybe? TomasOMeachair 18:17, 1 October 2010 (UTC)
- That's official? If so, then I think it would be appropriate, in either the Physiology or Trivia section. Ask an admin to upload that to the archives. --AndyPKMN 20:33, 1 October 2010 (UTC)
Is there any chance of you uploading the image from the link in the quote to the archives? Much appreciated, if so. TomasOMeachair 14:12, 2 October 2010 (UTC)
Hello, i would like to run my idea for a Project past you. The basic idea of it is to document all side quests in the series, and write walkthroughs for them. Tis includes anything that is not part of the story for any of the games. For example, the abandoned ship in Generation III. The doctor9 08:40, 1 December 2010 (UTC)
- I'm not Zeta, but I will say that you should run that by the leader of Project Walkthroughs whose name I can't seem to remember. But if you don't want to do that, go to the correct appendix, and make a subpage like "Side Quest 1", on which you would write the walkthrough for that particular side quest. chiefboz • talk 04:29, 6 January 2011 (UTC)