Difference between revisions of "User:Celadonkey/Spaceworld"

I felt that it would be more accurate to say that Hanamogura, Bobo and Hanei were replaced by Bayleef, Noctowl and Mantine, rather than that they definitely are them, as they do not have the same names and have very different designs.
(I felt that it would be more accurate to say that Hanamogura, Bobo and Hanei were replaced by Bayleef, Noctowl and Mantine, rather than that they definitely are them, as they do not have the same names and have very different designs.)
'''Chikorita''' ([[List of Japanese Pokémon names|Japanese]]: '''ハッパ''' ''Happa'') is a {{type|Grass}} {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} from the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver beta|1997 Spaceworld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]].
 
It is presumed to [[Evolution|evolve]] into [[BayleefHanamogura (Pokémon)/Beta|BayleefHanamogura]] at an unknown level, which evolves into [[Meganium (Pokémon)/Beta|Meganium]] starting at [[level]] 32.
 
Along with {{p|Honōguma}} and {{p|Kurusu}}, Chikorita is one of three [[starter Pokémon]] available at the beginning of the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver beta|1997 Spaceworld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]]. Unlike other Pokémon games, the starter is chosen randomly when the demo is started.
 
Along with {{p|Honōguma}} and {{p|Kurusu}}, Chikorita is one of three [[starter Pokémon]] available at the beginning of the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver beta|1997 Spaceworld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]]. Unlike other Pokémon games, the starter is chosen randomly whenat the demostart isof startedthe demo.
{{p|Chikorita}} is present in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver Versions|final version of the game]].
 
Happa comes from 葉っぱ ''happa'' (leaf).
 
=BayleefHanamogura (Pokémon)/Beta=
{{Spaceworld Infobox
|name=BayleefHanamogura
|jname=ハナモグラ
|tmname=Hanamogura
}}
 
'''BayleefHanamogura''' ([[List of Japanese Pokémon names|Japanese]]: '''ハナモグラ''' ''Hanamogura'') is a {{type|Grass}} {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} from the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver beta|1997 Spaceworld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]].
 
It is presumed to [[Evolution|evolve]] from [[Chikorita (Pokémon)/Beta|Chikorita]] at an unknown level, and it evolves into [[Meganium (Pokémon)/Beta|Meganium]] starting at [[level]] 32.
 
It is replaced by {{p|Bayleef}} is present in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver Versions|final version of the game]].
 
==Biology==
Bayleef appears radically different in the demo than in the final game. Rather than appearing as an intermediate stage between Chikorita and Meganium as its final design did, Bayleef barely resembles its evolutionary relatives. ItHanamogura resembles a green blooming flower, with a head in the middle. The head has three stamens sprouting from the top of its head, with anthers at their tips. There are two nubs on the sides of its head that resembled small stubby arms. Below its face is a marking which resembled an eye. The petals of the flower-like body are pointed upwards, and each petal has three spots on it. The stem of the flower is small in comparison to the petals.
 
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==Game data==
===Learnset===
====By [[Level|leveling up]]====
{{learnlist/levelh|BayleefHanamogura|grass|grass|2|7}}
{{learnlist/level2|1|Tackle|Normal|35|95|35}}
{{learnlist/level2|4|Growth|Normal|—|—|40}}
{{learnlist/level2|53|Morning Sun|Normal|—|—|10}}
{{learnlist/level2|64|SolarBeam|Grass|120|100|10||'''}}
{{learnlist/levelf|BayleefHanamogura|grass|grass|2|7}}
 
==Trivia==
===Origin===
BayleefHanamogura resembles a blooming flower.
 
====Name origin====
Bayleef is a corruption of ''{{wp|bay leaf}}'', an herb.
 
Hanamogura may come from 花 ''hana'' (flower), 葎 ''mogura'' (a type of weed) or, 土竜 ''mogura'' (mole).
 
'''Meganium''' ([[List of Japanese Pokémon names|Japanese]]: '''ハナリュウ''' ''Hanaryū'') is a {{type|Grass}} {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} from the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver beta|1997 Spaceworld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]].
 
It [[Evolution|evolves]] from [[BayleefHanamogura (Pokémon)/Beta|BayleefHanamogura]] starting at [[level]] 32. It is likely the final form of [[Chikorita (Pokémon)/Beta|Chikorita]].
 
{{p|Meganium}} is present in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver Versions|final version of the game]].
It is presumed to [[Evolution|evolve]] into {{p|Borubeā}} at an unknown level, which evolves into {{p|Dainabea}} starting at [[level]] 32.
 
Along with [[Chikorita (Pokémon)/Beta|Chikorita]] and {{p|Kurusu}}, Honōguma is one of three [[starter Pokémon]] available at the beginning of the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver beta|1997 Spaceworld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]]. Unlike other Pokémon games, the starter is chosen randomly whenat the demostart isof started.the demo.
 
Honōguma is replaced by {{p|Cyndaquil}} as the Fire-type starter in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver Versions|final version of the game]].
It is presumed to [[Evolution|evolve]] into {{p|Akua}} at an unknown level, which evolves into {{p|Akueria}} starting at [[level]] 32.
 
Along with [[Chikorita (Pokémon)/Beta|Chikorita]] and {{p|Honoguma}}, Kurusu is one of three [[starter Pokémon]] available at the beginning of the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver beta|1997 Spaceworld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]]. Unlike other Pokémon games, the starter is chosen randomly whenat the demostart isof startedthe demo.
 
Kurusu is replaced by {{p|Totodile}} as the Water-type starter in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver Versions|final version of the game]].
'''Hoothoot''' ([[List of Japanese Pokémon names|Japanese]]: '''ホーホー''' ''Hoho'') is a {{type|Flying}} {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} from the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver beta|1997 Spaceworld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]].
 
It is presumed to [[Evolution|evolve]] into [[NoctowlBōbō (Pokémon)/Beta|NoctowlBōbō]] at an unknown level.
 
{{p|Hoothoot}} is present in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver Versions|final version of the game]].
 
 
=NoctowlBōbō (Pokémon)/Beta=
{{Spaceworld Infobox
|name=NoctowlBōbō
|jname=ボーボー
|tmname=Bōbō
}}
 
'''NoctowlBōbō''' ([[List of Japanese Pokémon names|Japanese]]: '''ボーボー''' ''Bōbō'') is a {{type|Flying}} {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} from the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver beta|1997 Spaceworld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]].
 
It is presumed to [[Evolution|evolve]] from [[NoctowlHoothoot (Pokémon)/Beta|NoctowlHoothoot]] at an unknown level.
 
It is replaced by {{p|Noctowl}} is present in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver Versions|final version of the game]].
 
==Biology==
NoctowlBōbō is a brown bird-like Pokémon with a round body and a white or cream underside. It has long brown wings and no discernible neck. Its crest features two slim white feathered 'horns' that reach out over both of its eyes from its small beak, and a large black banded marking extends from behind each eye to wrap around the back of its head. Like its pre-evolution, Hoothoot, it stands on only one foot, which has three clawed digits.
 
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==Game data==
===Learnset===
====By [[Level|leveling up]]====
{{learnlist/levelh|NoctowlBōbō|flying|flying|2|7}}
{{learnlist/level2|1|Growl|Normal|—|100|40}}
{{learnlist/level2|4|Tackle|Normal|35|95|35}}
{{learnlist/level2|46|Take Down|Normal|90|85|20}}
{{learnlist/level2|49|Mean Look|Psychic|—|—|10}}
{{learnlist/levelf|NoctowlBōbō|flying|flying|2|7}}
 
==Trivia==
* Noctowl is only Flying-type in the demo, rather than Normal/Flying, as it is in the final game.
 
===Origin===
NoctowlBōbō's appearance is based on that of the {{wp|Horned owl}}.
 
====Name origin====
Noctowl is a combination of ''{{wp|nocturnal}}'' and ''{{wp|owl}}''.
 
Bōbō possibly derives from the onomatopoeia ''boo'', or from Hoothoot's Japanese name, Hoho, with dakuten marks.
 
Jaranra may be based on 毛むくじゃら ''kemukujara'' (''hairy'' or ''densely covered in thick hair'').
 
=MantineHanēi (Pokémon)/Beta=
{{Spaceworld Infobox
|name=MantineHanēi
|jname=ハネエイ
|tmname=Hanēi
}}
 
'''MantineHanēi''' ([[List of Japanese Pokémon names|Japanese]]: '''ハネエイ''' ''Hanēi'') is a dual-type {{2t|Water|Flying}} {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} from the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver beta|1997 Spaceworld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]].
 
It does not [[Evolution|evolve]] tointo or from any other Pokémon in the demo.
 
{{p|Mantine}}Hanēi is not present in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver Versions|final version of the game]].
 
==Biology==
MantineHanēi is a ray-like Pokémon with a body like a kite, with feathered 'wings' and extra feathering at the base of its long streamer-like tail. The underside of its body is either white or pale blue, while the top side is dark blue or black. Its back has a marking resembling a face with large menacing eyes and a small mouth.
 
It differs greatly from its final design.
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|}
 
==Game data==
===Learnset===
====By [[Level|leveling up]]====
{{learnlist/levelh|MantineHanēi|water|flying|2|7}}
{{learnlist/level2|1|Pound|Normal|40|100|35}}
{{learnlist/level2|10|Water Gun|Water|40|100|25||'''}}
{{learnlist/level2|50|Slam|Normal|80|75|20}}
{{learnlist/level2|61|Hydro Pump|Water|120|80|5||'''}}
{{learnlist/levelf|MantineHanēi|water|flying|2|7}}
 
==Trivia==
*Its type combination and its ray and kite-like design suggest that it may be an early version of {{p|Mantine}}.
 
===Origin===
It is similar to a {{wp|manta ray}}, with {{wp|kite}}-like aspects. Its flying type may be a reference to {{wp|Mobula|flying rays}}, known as such due to their propensity for breaching. It may also draw inspiration from birds.
 
====Name origin====
Mantine may be a combination of ''manta'' and ''marine'' or ''brine''.
 
Hanēi may come from 羽 ''hane'' (wing or feather) or 跳ねる ''haneru'' (to jump) and 鬼糸巻鱝 ''oniitomakiei'' (manta ray).
 
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