Someone reverted my edit to the trivia. I put that Lucian is the only Elite Four member that does not have at least one attack of his specialty type on each of his Pokemon, which is true (his Medicahm lacks a Psychic attack); which I found interesting to note since he is also the only Elite Four member where all of his Pokemon are of his specialty type (as it states already). I'm wondering why my addition was removed. --ZellMurasame 16:25, 10 December 2007 (UTC)
- Re-reverted it. Took me a second to understand it, but when I scrolled up to the teamplate (heheh) Medicham was lacking a Template:Type2 attack.. kinda of a shame, no STAB on his Medicham. ;) Tina δ♫ 16:35, 10 December 2007 (UTC)
Lucian DOES have a known relative. It's one of those old guys in those houses on Route 228. One of them says this:
"I spend all my time reading here. My son is an avid reader, too. I recently learned
that the word universe meant time and space in an ancient language."
- ...so? Lucian may love to read, but he's far from the only one in Sinnoh. TTEchidna 00:06, 26 May 2008 (UTC)
- But still the fact that he reads a lot is largely advertised feature of him in the games and the books in the old guy's room are full of books about mind reading and such psychic related stuff. They are also the right age for that kind of family relation.--Wikid
Since Team Rocket of Generation I, poison-type pokemon are used as often as the dark-type to represent evil, and psychic attacks are super-effective against such pokemon. This associates the psychic type with light, as does its (less advantageous) opposition to the Dark type and Ghost type. Should something to this effect be added to the segment on the origins of his names? - unsigned comment from SixthFlyingMan (talk • contribs)
- The psychic-type isn't super-effective against dark, it's absolutely ineffective. Meanwhile, dark is super-effective against psychic. It was introduced in gen II largely to balance out the psychic type. --Martonimos((Argh|Blargh)) 08:58, 28 June 2008 (UTC)
I've found that in the generation IV games, the Bronzong used by Lucian has Levitate. Perhaps this could be noted somewhere in the appropriate section? Zell65 10:27, 6 July 2008 (UTC)
Trivia section says he may have ESP as indicated by his timing his book to be finihsed as the player arrives.
"Ah, you timed your arrival well. I've just finished reading a book, you see. Allow me to introduce myself. I am Lucian. I am a user of the Psychic type. I must say, you've already proven yourself to be outstanding by coming this far. They say I am the toughest of the Elite Four. I'm afraid I will have to go all out against you to live up to that reputation."
His quote from the game doesn't imply that he timed his reading to coincide with the player's appearance, but merely that it was good timing for the player to arrive. I'm not sure if I should edit it out though because its just a trivia thing.
--Outrage DD 00:30, 10 September 2008 (UTC)
- If the trivia's more false than true, what's the point of keeping it, implying it as truth? Ditch it. ArcToraphim 00:42, 10 September 2008 (UTC)
", yet he is also the only one who does not have at least one move of his specialty type on each of his Pokémon."