Talk:Pelipper (Pokémon)

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Edit Request

Small edit Anime Pokedex entries 'Pelipper carry small items in their mouths over long distances and when tired, rest' carry - carries. Also, can someone put a comma inbetween distances and and, please? Thank you. Littlmiget123 14:59, 27 October 2009 (UTC)

Just wondering if you watched the ep. If carry was said, (and yes, Pelipper can be plural, just like any other Pokémon) then the final entry should be Pelipper carry small items in their mouths over long distances(possibly a comma) and, when tired, rest.--Mew a.k.a. Immewnity was here at 14:34, 27 October 2009 (UTC)

Ya, actually, I just finished watching the episode. And the 'when tired, rest' part, thats not the end of it, that's just where i cut off so i didnt have to write the whole entry on here. Littlmiget123 14:59, 27 October 2009 (UTC)

Another edit request. Under Trivia, it says Pelipper is the only Water-type to learn Fly. It should say "Pelipper and its pre-evolution are the only", blah blah. Drake Clawfang 18:59, 27 October 2009 (UTC)
Wingull can't learn surf WeavilePwns 01:45, 27 April 2010 (UTC)

Pelipper's body shape

If you look at it carefully, it kind of looks like a stylised trawling boat. Its feet look like propellers, its head looks like a boat's cockpit and its general body shape looks very boat-esque. The fact that it catches fish in its bill kind of alludes to why I'm seeing it. What does everyone else think? LordHeinz (talk) 13:05, 19 October 2012 (UTC)

I agree that its head and body do resemble one (well a boat of some sort, anyway, not sure about specifically a trawling boat) and that it's probably deliberate. (The head is too odd a shape not to be, and its backside is oddly shaped, too.) The feet resembling propellers seems a little farfetched, though. They look like regular waterbird feet to me. Still, I don't think every visual design element needs to be stated in articles. 'tis a tad interesting, however. Good eye. RiverShock (talk) 12:11, 14 November 2012 (UTC)