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Are these Shiny Smeargle?

Normal: Spr 3r 235.png Shiny: Spr 4d 235 s.png

They need to be added to the Shiny article and mentioned in the Episode Page and the Pokemon page that they were shown. --Blake 20:46, 22 February 2009 (UTC)

No, just different paint. Just look at the fur and see this too. *tc26* 02:10, 23 February 2009 (UTC)
Smeargle use to be red at the time. Now they are green. --ケンジガール 02:20, 23 February 2009 (UTC)
I think Blake may have been referring to the more yellow-ish fur color, not the paint color. The Dark Fiddler - 10% Satisfaction Guaranteed! 02:21, 23 February 2009 (UTC)
Well I think that's just a difference of coloring between the games and anime. Pink Gligar anyone? --ケンジガール 02:24, 23 February 2009 (UTC)
Also keep in mind that this is Generation II era. Generation II had a very limited color palette compared to later generations and the anime. Plenty of Pokémon in the Generation II era anime have colors that don't quite match up to their game sprites, especially in Generation II era episodes.
Trust me, had Toxicroak been introduced in Generation II, odds are there wouldn't be much arguing over the coloration status of Saturn's Toxicroak (which, compared to the Generation IV games, many say is indeed of the alternate-coloration, yet some have the audacity to claim otherwise). Instead of heated arguments erupting that still haven't cooled down, people would have just claimed the color difference was due to the limited color palettes of the games and moved on. --Shiningpikablu252 04:38, 23 February 2009 (UTC)
Ya just had to bring up Toxicroak again... Are you going to continue that argument? We've seen 2 other Toxicroak with the same coloration as Saturn's. So give it up already. Don't pretend that you want the arguments to stop when you take a shot at me. The proof is right in front of your eyes. --ケンジガール 08:40, 23 February 2009 (UTC)

white stone

Was it maybe inspired the Jerusalem stone and their zoning laws requiring all buildings to be faced with it? The style of the buildings also reminds me somehow of Bauhaus, but that may be just my lack of knowledge about architecture speaking.--Arisboch (talk) 06:01, 5 February 2017 (UTC)