When a Numel evolves, which of its abilities is replaced by Solid Rock? Or is it random? Dilophosaurus Rex 12:11, 1 August 2009 (UTC)
- If it's Oblivious, it becomes Magma Armor. If it's Simple, it becomes Solid Rock. If you want a Solid Rock Camerupt, don't go breeding a Numel in Generation III, since Numel could only have Oblivious in that generation, meaning any Numel bred in Generation III is destined for Magma Armor as a Camerupt even after Pal Park takes its course in getting it to Generation IV. --Shiningpikablu252 14:01, 1 August 2009 (UTC)
- Really? I was sure that because the ability is based on personality value (or some other value), it can change ability if the number relates to the Gen IV ability... —darklordtrom 09:32, 2 August 2009 (UTC)
How is this "Not what the habitat section isn't for"?
I added the regions where Numel can be found and later on I find that it has been removed for the reason "Not what the habitat section isn't for". I see this on a lot of the Pokémon articles, such as Zubat's, which lists ALL the regions it is found in. How is this not "Not what the habitat section is for" if it is on alot of the other Pokémon's articles? That makes no sense to me, whatsoever. --Poke'fan07 22:48, 28 January 2013 (UTC)