The image on this page is broken, I can't find any in the archive. -MasterKenobi 01:35, 15 June 2009 (UTC)
- The map one? That's a default filename from the template. It can be worked around, in this case, by using the Mahogany Town map image. It still needs a main screenshot, though. We can either wait until HGSS or someone with a GSC rom can upload a screenshot. — THE TROM — 01:41, 15 June 2009 (UTC)
- Oh, I see they are in the template. Most of these Johto ones don't show the location, but ones such as Mt. Mortar I found one in the archive, I guess the file name in the template just needs to be changed. Thanks Trom! -MasterKenobi 01:48, 15 June 2009 (UTC)
What's up with the second trivia entry?PokemonRocks 23:55, 20 August 2010 (UTC)
The tags for the HMs are backwards. Lance gives you HM 05 in HG/SS as Whirpool replaces Defog in late Gen IV. This can be double checked using the HM page. Zetaphrem ~~President of Zeta-Tech Inc.~~ 04:27, 2 March 2011 (UTC)
Gen II trap section incorrect...
Currently, the section that shows the arrangement of the Pokémon in the trap for Gen II is wrong, or at least for Crystal anyway. It's not the same as HG/SS as the article implies. For one, the trap is only five tiles wide as opposed to the six the image shows. And secondly, the arrangement of the Pokémon is completely wrong. For instance, I just encountered a Voltorb one step under a Geodude, impossible if the Pokémon are arranged like they are on the diagram. I'm not really in a position to check out every tile and still make it through the HQ (and I've cleared too many that I don't remember what they were anyway), but if someone could look into this, that'd be nice. 1337star 04:59, 29 April 2011 (UTC)
Traps clear post-Elite 4.
I played through SoulSilver recently, and intentionally left two of the spots on the booby-trapped floor untouched, both of which contained Koffing. Today, I came back with a newly caught Damp Poliwhirl, with the intention of SRing for a Shiny Koffing. However, the booby traps (and thus, the Koffing) were gone! This surprised me. But to get to the point, shouldn't this be in the article? Hell, I'd add it right now, only I'm not sure whether the traps are cleared once the Elite 4 is defeated, or once Ariana is defeated. Could someone check this out? I don't want to restart my HeartGold, because that would mean forfeiting all them Pokéwalker courses. - unsigned comment from Missingno. Master (talk • contribs) 01:31, 14 December 2011 (UTC)
Anime appearances and Team Rocket HQ vs Team Rocket Hideout
There's a problem here. While the English version of HGSS named this base "Team Rocket HQ", as distinct from the "Team Rocket Hideout" in Celadon City, in the Japanese version their names are the same. This means that the "in the anime" section when mentioning the actual Team Rocket HQ does not belong here necessarily nor on the Celadon Hideout's page, particularly as the location is unknown. In fact, the anime counterpart of this location is the research facility that appeared in Talkin' 'Bout an Evolution and Rage Of Innocence, so it makes the actual mentions of the HQ out of place. I don't know what the anime HQ is called in Japanese, but I propose that it get its own article (the research facility would obviously stay here though). It is not this location, it just seems to be due to a distortion that occurred due to a translation inconsistency. --SnorlaxMonster 18:30, 14 June 2013 (UTC)
In Generation II, the downwards leading stairs say "ESF" on them. Is this in other dungeons? And should this be mentioned in the trivia of said dungeons? ZeroLinkYoshi (talk) 16:07, 12 December 2013 (UTC)
It might be just me, but currently it's worded as if the statue summoned pair of Grunts every time you pass it, until you press the switch. However, in both G2 and G4, each statue works only once, from what I've experienced. Eridanus (talk) 17:44, 7 August 2014 (UTC)