Template talk:Pokémon/5

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Link to Pokémon's Page

Could someone please have the image link to the Pokémon's page as well as the species name? The code would be to add link={{{pokemon}}} (Pokémon) in the sprite. Having this in templates 1, 2, 3 and 4 would be nice as well. Thanks much! chiefboztalk 22:40, 11 March 2011 (UTC)

Change request

I wish to change this part:

| class="roundy" style="background: #FFFFFF;" | [[{{{pokemon|Missingno.}}} (Pokémon)|{{color|000|{{{nickname|{{{pokemon|Missingno.}}}}}}}}]]{{#switch: {{{pokemon|Missingno.}}}|Nidoran♀|Nidoran♂=|{{#switch: {{{gender|none}}}|male|♂={{male}}|female|♀={{female}}}}}} <small>Lv.</small>{{{level|0}}}{{#switch: {{{spritegender|}}}|shiny|male shiny|female shiny=[[File:ShinyDPStar.png]]}}


| class="roundy" style="background: #FFFFFF;" | {{{character|[[{{{pokemon|Missingno.}}} (Pokémon)|{{color|000|{{{nickname|{{{pokemon|Missingno.}}}}}}}}]]}}}{{#switch: {{{pokemon|Missingno.}}}|Nidoran♀|Nidoran♂=|{{#switch: {{{gender|none}}}|male|♂={{male}}|female|♀={{female}}}}}} <small>Lv.</small>{{{level|0}}}{{#switch: {{{spritegender|}}}|shiny|male shiny|female shiny=[[File:ShinyBWStar.png]]}}

This way, when using this template for Pokéstar Studios situations, the "character" parameter can be used to override the "pokemon/nickname" parameters. That way, characters like Brycen-man in the Brycen-man Series can link to Brycen like this: [[Brycen|Brycen-man]]. If can also be used to provide no link at all, like for the Time Machine.

The change also would replace the Gen IV shiny star with the appropriate Gen V equivalent. - Chosen of Mana 02:44, 4 August 2012 (UTC)

Gender Change

Could an additional gender code be added to include both genders, which would be used for the trainers' Pokémon in the Pokémon World Tournament. It would look like this, /. I would add it myself, but I am not sure how to add it. This would also remove the need to put the note saying that each Pokémon can be either gender. Lady Ariel 21:26, 6 September 2012 (UTC)