Pardon my lack of in-game knowledge, but should skarmory's lighting weakness be less than 400? 70 Sp. defense could be considered mediorce but not as to 400, right? - unsigned comment from Ky00ber (talk • contribs)
- Yes, that's correct. If a Fighting move does 30 damage, a Electric move of the same strength (after figuring effects caused by the stats of the attacking Pokémon) is used on Skarmory, it would cause about 120 damage.User142 01:40, 23 November 2005 (CST)
Maybe I'm just crazy, but Skarmory's tail looks a lot like a bottle opener, like this one http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Opened_Waiters.JPG. Does anyone agree with me and/or think this should be added to the physiology section? Zell65 06:46, 9 July 2008 (UTC)
anyone notice that his head looks like a shark fin?Ultamatecharizard 17:31, 3 November 2008 (UTC)
Geocities is permanently down, so that "Skarmory fanlist" link is completely useless. I'd remove it myself if the page weren't in lockdown mode. --HeroicJay 23:07, 11 November 2009 (UTC)
Removed. --Hiroshiyo 14:59, 18 November 2009 (UTC)
Skarmory's name comes from Sky and Armory, as many agree, but Skarmory is possibly based on the word "Scar" as well, people. Skar is basically the same word when said, and if it was named Skymory then it would still have the same meaning as currently stated, so the difference of Skarmory must have the addition of "Scar".
My point being that it's name origin should mention scar as a possibility. Frushil! 12:06, 18 August 2010 (UTC)
- I was just about to point that out, but you were four months faster than me. But yes, I agree, that's a very significant design change, regardless of the no-sprite-trivia rule. --IWannaBeTheVeryBest 09:40, 19 December 2010 (UTC)
- No, unless it was in its original artwork (like Stantlers tail, or Venemoth's spots), which it isnt, it is not notable, as they commonly screw up the sprites in the games.XVuvuzela2010X 11:19, 19 December 2010 (UTC)
- That's an opinion, and no it doesn't Ataro 05:58, 10 December 2010 (UTC)
Minor note about anime Pokedex
The anime Pokedex entry in the article uses the word "priors" which doesn't make sense. I'd edit it myself, but I don't watch the show, so I'll simply suggest that the correct word is probably "briers" and leave it to someone who actually heard the entry on the show to make the correction, if applicable. --The Almighty Doer of Stuff 18:58, 14 December 2010 (UTC)
- you're right... that doesn't sound right. Feel free to fix it. The page isn't locked. -Sketch 19:03, 14 December 2010 (UTC)
- I'll get on it. I'm loading up the episode now. I probably just heard it wrong. Littlmiget123 19:38, 14 December 2010 (UTC)
Gligar as counterpart
Why is it again in the Trivia? I see way more differences between them than similarities. Most obvious and notable is that Gligar has an evolution, while Skarmory hasn't. Their BST and rarity are completely different. They are 20 Pokemon away from each other in dex. Mantine is obviously Skarmory's parallel. I don't think pokemon can have two counterparts. --ЫъГЬ 15:02, 19 February 2011 (UTC)
- Pinsir has two. Also, Gligar didn't evolve at the time of Gold and Silver. Mantine isnt found anywhere near Skarmory's location, which is rare for a Version counterpart, though not unheard of. Having said that, those four (Gligar, Mantine, Delibird, and Skarmory) are harder to determine which one is a counterpart to one of the others. XVuvuzela2010X 15:11, 19 February 2011 (UTC)
- On a related note, while both trivia's on this page are correct, I've hidden the ones on Delibird's & Mantine's pages about them being counterparts to each other until I look ito it more, as they may only be parallel by default. XVuvuzela2010X 20:26, 19 February 2011 (UTC)
Request: Ruby in Metric.
I am very unfamilar with the metric system (heck, I'm in Kentucky) and we need the Ruby entry show the metric system for our good friends outside of the US. -User:?????
In Pokemon Adventures, Professor Oak states that Skarmory will be considered Steel-type after the type is revealed to the public. He groups it with Magnemite and Magneton as Pokemon that will "now" be considered Steel-types. Should it be noted that in the manga, Skarmory was not originally considered a Steel-type? Pokemega32 06:33, 7 May 2012 (UTC)