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I swear, this thing is the creepiest-looking Pokémon '''ever'''. Am I the only one who thinks so?[[Image:DP_Psychic_M.png|50px]][[Image:Custom_Shadow_Lugia_Sprite.png|50px]][[User:Thunderboom|<span style="color:##9966CC;">Psychic Thunderboom</span>]] [[Image:Pin151.png]] 06:39, 10 February 2008 (UTC)
 
I swear, this thing is the creepiest-looking Pokémon '''ever'''. Am I the only one who thinks so?[[Image:DP_Psychic_M.png|50px]][[Image:Custom_Shadow_Lugia_Sprite.png|50px]][[User:Thunderboom|<span style="color:##9966CC;">Psychic Thunderboom</span>]] [[Image:Pin151.png]] 06:39, 10 February 2008 (UTC)
I think thats rude to say, being that there are other Pokémon that are made too look creepy like ghastly.
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I think thats rude to say, being that there are other Pokémon that are made too look creepy like ghastly.[[User:Pikawitchu|Pikawitchu]] 00:06, 31 March 2009 (UTC)
   
 
== celebi? ==
 
== celebi? ==

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Does anyone have an idea what Yukinemoko's supposed to be or what the menoko part of her name comes from?--Pokencyclopedia 00:45, 6 October 2006 (UTC)

Froslass in General

I swear, this thing is the creepiest-looking Pokémon ever. Am I the only one who thinks so?50px50pxPsychic Thunderboom Pin151.png 06:39, 10 February 2008 (UTC) I think thats rude to say, being that there are other Pokémon that are made too look creepy like ghastly.Pikawitchu 00:06, 31 March 2009 (UTC)

celebi?

Is it just me or does Frosslass's head look like a celebi's?Darkmaster0 18:55, 26 February 2008 (UTC)

It does, a little...File:Ani417MS.gifPLFile:Ani026MS.gif12File:Ani181MS.gif 20:45, 26 February 2008 (UTC)

In a mutated way, I mean if you look at it does remind you of celebi but you kinda have look hard. No offense, HONESTLY ;) Pikawitchu 00:05, 31 March 2009 (UTC)

Shedinja

Why do we need a disclaimer? What I said was true. Nincada doesn't evolve into Shedinja, at all. Shedinja is basically the dead skin that falls off of Nincada after evolving into Ninjask. "...if Shedinja's appearance in the party counts as an evolution" It doesn't! There is no "if". The Nincada you had is now a Ninjask! With Snorunt it actually morphs into Froslass. Nincada goes from Bug/Ground to Bug/Flying, not Bug/Ghost so therfore it did not turn into a Ghost-type. Shedinja is a completely different Pokémon.

If you want to mention Shedinja fine but state it differently than the way you did. "Froslass and Shedinja are the only two Ghost-types that evolve from a Pokémon that wasn't a Ghost-type" is an untrue statement. For the record, my friend who is visiting me right now also agrees with me. --ケンジガール 03:09, 27 June 2008 (UTC)

Remember the TCG, it considers Shedinja an evolution playable on top of Nincada, but allows it to be played as basic when Nincada evolves into Ninjask. While true, Shedinja doesn't evolve from Nincada directly, it can be bred to create one with Ditto. And it's either we consider it an evolution or it's some separate piece of crap like Phione. TTEchidna 03:13, 27 June 2008 (UTC)
While the Nincada doesn't TURN INTO Shedinja, the Shedinja was part of Nincada the whole time. When Nincada evolves, the Shedinja has to separate from Nincada, forever, at least in the wild, or if it's owned by a trainer that doesn't want it, but Shedinja, having a Pokemon's DNA and thus, having that Poke-energy thing that I guess allows them to go into Pokeballs and stuff, can be used in battle. See, Shedinja's not this dead by-product of Ninjask. (Well, it is, sorta, but that's not the point.) Since Shedinja gets Nincada's movepool, it could be said that Nincada splits into two different Pokemon. It's just that Ninjask gets the brain and the heart and stuff. TorchicBlaziken 15:32, 1 September 2008 (UTC)
Shedinja is nincada's shedded shell.--Davidaipom 15:43, 1 September 2008 (UTC)

What move?

What move is this? *tc26* 11:42, 27 February 2009 (UTC)

Trivia section

"In Platinum, its Pokédex entry states its breath is -58 degrees, as opposed to the -60 degrees stated in its Diamond and Pearl entries." I am removing this bit of useless trivia, as if you read the actual Pokedex descriptions you'll see that it actually says "It freezes foes with an icy breath nearly -60 degrees F", not "It freezes foes with an icy breath -60 degrees F", which is a very large difference maker. Its Platinum description is entirely correct by saying -58F as it is simply giving a more specific number to a previous entry. Crenel 01:09, 29 March 2009 (UTC)