Talk:Crawdaunt (Pokémon)

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Crawdaunt's Pokédex entry

Here's Crawdaunt's Pokédex entry for the page (I can't put it in myself due to the page being protected):

Episode Pokémon Source Entry
AG152 Crawdaunt May's Pokédex Crawdaunt, the Rogue Pokémon. Has a violent nature that compels it to challenge other living things. Other lifeforms refuse to live in ponds inhabited by this Pokémon making them desolate places.
This concludes the entries from the Advanced series.

- unsigned comment from Watchermark (talkcontribs)

On it. —darklordtrom 21:59, 15 October 2009 (UTC)
Episode Pokémon Source Entry
AG017 Crawdaunt Ash's Pokédex Crawdaunt, the Rogue Pokémon. Crawdaunt are short-tempered, and quick to challenge opponents to battle. It is said that no other Pokémon can live in areas enhabited by Crawdaunt.
This concludes the entries from the Advanced series.

Please and thank you. Littlmiget123 20:58, 29 October 2009 (UTC)

The アメリカザリガニ (American crayfish)might be an origin.

Procambarus clarkii is named American crayfish in Japan. The agreement of the arrangement of color of the national flag and the body is interesting. アメリカザリガニ (American clarkii/Procambarus clarkii) Sawamular101 05:14, 2 August 2010 (UTC)

I'm a bit unsure about that assumption. The color organization is very unlike the American Flag, and the "white" on its belly is almost more of a grey. I think with Wargle you could make that argument, but Crawdaunt is kind of stretching it. --AndyPKMN 12:11, 14 October 2010 (UTC)
 The color not only looks like but also shows off even the star. It is appropriate to describe it in the item in the origin as a possibility. Please admit a near common feature to be. Sawamular101 12:30, 14 October 2010 (UTC)
Like I said on my talk page, a color scheme doesn't necessarily tie to a national flag, less so when it's not a unique color scheme. And even if it was, a single yellow star has nothing to do with the US flag, not to mention Crawdaunt's red, bright blue, and cream/gray doesn't even match the flag's red-blue-white scheme.--Kaoz 19:24, 14 October 2010 (UTC)
Your insistence seems to start from the denial. I admit your persistent insistence though I do not consent.
American crayfish does the ecocide in Japan and is very famous.
Species is Rogue Pokemon.Feelings of the person who feels that it is dishonorable are understood. Sawamular101 00:33, 15 October 2010 (UTC)
I understand that you're using a translator, but that last line was just incoherent. On more important matters, even if Crawdaunt was based on the American crayfish, the flag issue is still unlikely. The star is NOT a symbol of the US, much less a yellow star, and the body colors are off enough to look completely different from the flag's colors. Like Andy said, Wargle is an acceptable case, but that's because its color scheme is actually close to the flag's color scheme AND because the eagle is a symbol of the USA.--Kaoz 00:44, 15 October 2010 (UTC)
I'm sorry by poor English.
My Japanese friends also easily relate Crawdaunt and American crayfish. You might learn the viewpoint seen from the Japanese. Because the Pokemon is produced with the Japanese, a Japanese viewpoint might influence the Pokemon.
However, your insistence was admitted. Congratulations. Sawamular101 01:02, 15 October 2010 (UTC)

"Lobstar" trivia

Is there any evidence for this? It was added 5 years ago by a user who only make a few edits to pages, some others of which were questionable at best. I found a fake list of names from 2003 with it on as well, so I'm removing it unless anyone can find any evidence proving me wrong. - Blazios talk 20:38, 22 February 2012 (UTC)