Talk:Rufflet (Pokémon)

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Trainers with Rufflet in their party

Are there any? - unsigned comment from StongRadd (talkcontribs)

Not that I've seen. MetalMetroid997 14:21, 12 April 2011 (UTC)
I have Battled one but don't remember where it was. I think it was on the Victory Road. I'm not sure.--Nazirbashir 19:41, 24 April 2011 (UTC)
Cynthia has a Braviary but that's it. Blazios 19:44, 24 April 2011 (UTC)

Pokémon Black

"It is impossible to get a 'seen' Pokédex entry for Rufflet in Pokémon Black without trading with another player." What? I may have my facts mixed up, but wouldn't trading give one a 'caught' entry? Drakko 11:12, 5 June 2012 (UTC)

THe keyword here is "seen". There is no way you can see a Rufflet in Pokémon Black Version.--ForceFire 11:36, 5 June 2012 (UTC)

Origins / Trivia

Rufflet's trivia / origin entries could be updated with an excerpt from the following Ken Sugimori quote from the May 2011 issue of Nintendo Dream Magazine (referring to both Rufflet and Braviary):

“Vullaby and Mandibuzz’s counterparts. These were designed early on in development by Mr Unnoji. Because the Unova region is based on New York, the idea of a bald eagle immediately came to Unnoji’s mind, and he used the colors red, white, and blue because of the American flag. He wanted to make a Pokemon that was immediately recognizable as a bird of prey, so he added strong, thick legs as well as elements from Native American culture. Unnoji used the Native American aesthetic for Rufflett’s wings, but he’s always liked chicks with fluffy white heads, so he used that as well.”

Source: http://lavacutcontent.com/ken-sugimori-nintendo-dream/

Dr Lava (talk) 08:05, 27 May 2019 (UTC)