Yoriven

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== Spaceworld ==
 
=Trivia=
Since there is so little information to warrant separate pages for every Spaceworld pokemon, I thought I would try writing them out as trivia to fit on the pages of existing pokemon.
 
 
==Chikorita==
*Chikorita is named ''Happa'' (Japanese: '''ハッパ'''') in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver Space World Demo|1997 Space World demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]]. Its name comes from 葉っぱ ''happa'' meaning "leaf."
 
==Bayleef==
*In the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver Space World Demo|1997 Space World demo version of Pokémon Gold and Silver]], {{p|Chikorita}} is likely intended to evolve into {{p|Hanamogura}} instead of Bayleef, who is absent from the game. It is unclear at what level this would occur, as evolution data was wiped for all Pokémon available in the playable demo area.
 
==Meganium==
*Meganium is named ''Hanaryū'' (Japanese: '''ハナリュウ''') in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver Space World Demo|1997 Space World demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]]. Its name is a combination of 花 ''hana'' (flower) and 龍 ''ryū'' (dragon).
 
==Hoothoot==
*Hoothoot is present in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver Space World Demo|1997 Space World demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]] with a slightly altered design, including three dots under its eyes instead of notches and a zigzagging pattern on its lower back. It is a pure {{type|Flying}} instead of Normal/Flying and is likely intended to evolve into {{p|Bōbō}}, a possible early version of {{p|Noctowl}}. It is unclear at what level this would occur, as evolution data was wiped for all Pokémon located in the playable demo area.
 
==Noctowl==
*In the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver Space World Demo|1997 Space World demo version of Pokémon Gold and Silver]], {{p|Hoothoot}} is likely intended to evolve into {{p|Bōbō}}, a possible early version of Noctowl. It is unclear at what level this would occur, as evolution data was wiped for all Pokémon located in the playable demo area.
 
==Ledyba==
*Ledyba is present in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver Space World Demo|1997 Space World demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]] with a green coloration instead of red and seven smaller spots on its back instead of five.
**Due to their largely different learnsets, it is unclear whether Ledyba was intended to evolve into {{p|Mitsuboshi}} in the demo or if they were counterparts, as evolution data was wiped for all Pokémon located in the playable demo area.
 
==Spinarak==
*Spinarak is named ''Kokumo'' (Japanese: '''コクモ''') in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver Space World Demo|1997 Space World demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]]. Its name comes from 子 ''ko'' (child) and 蜘蛛 ''kumo'' (spider). It evolves into {{p|Tsūheddo}} starting at level 23.
**Spinarak is purple instead of green in the demo and in the final release of [[Pokémon Gold and Silver Versions|Pokémon Gold and Silver]]. As many early Pokémon were drawn directly as sprites and a green pallet was available in the game, it would seem that this was indeed Spinarak's original intended coloration.
 
==Ariados==
*In the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver Space World Demo|1997 Space World demo version of Pokémon Gold and Silver]], {{p|Spinarak}} evolves into {{p|Tsūheddo}}, a possible early version of Ariados.
 
==Crobat==
*Crobat is named ''Ekushingu'' (Japanese: '''エクシング''') in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver Space World Demo|1997 Space World demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]]. Its name seems to derive from ''X-ing'', likely in reference to the shape of its wings. As the [[friendship]] mechanic is absent in the demo, it instead evolves from {{p|Golbat}} starting at level 44.
 
==Pichu==
*Pichu is present in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver Space World Demo|1997 Space World demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]] with a different design, featuring a round body with simpler features that may have been in reference to {{p|Pikachu}}'s original {{wp|daifuku}}-like design. As the [[friendship]] mechanic is absent in the demo, it instead evolves into {{p|Pikachu}} starting at level 12.
 
==Cleffa==
*Cleffa is present in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver Space World Demo|1997 Space World demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]] with a slightly different design, featuring an all-pink body, a small stubby tail, and the overall shape of a five-pointed star with a small ball on its topmost point. As the [[friendship]] mechanic is absent in the demo, it instead evolves into {{p|Clefairy}} starting at level 12.
 
==Igglybuff==
*Igglybuff is present in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver Space World Demo|1997 Space World demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]] with a slightly different design, lacking the tuft of hair on top of its body. The swirl-like pattern on its forehead was originally a curl of hair. As the [[friendship]] mechanic is absent in the demo, it instead evolves into {{p|Jigglypuff}} starting at level 12.
 
==Togepi==
*Togepi is present in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver Space World Demo|1997 Space World demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]]. It does not evolve into any other Pokémon in the demo version of the game.
 
==Natu==
*Natu is present in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver Space World Demo|1997 Space World demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]] with a tan coloration instead of green. Its types are switched in the demo, making it a {{2t|Flying|Psychic}}-type instead of Psychic/Flying, and it evolves into {{p|Xatu}} when exposed to a [[Heart Stone]] instead of by level.
 
==Xatu==
*Xatu is present in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver Space World Demo|1997 Space World demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]] with a tan coloration instead of green and a vertical eye-like marking on its upper back. Its types are switched in the demo, making it a {{2t|Flying|Psychic}}-type instead of Psychic/Flying, and it evolves from {{p|Natu}} when exposed to a [[Heart Stone]] instead of by level.
 
==Mareep==
*Mareep is named Pachimē (Japanese: '''パチメエ''') in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver Space World Demo|1997 Space World demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]] and has a pink coloration instead of yellow. Its name may come from パチパチ ''pachipachi'' an onomatopoeia for crackling or blinking and メー ''mē'' an onomatopoeia for the sound a sheep makes. It evolves into {{p|Flaaffy}} starting at level 16, which then evolves into {{p|Ampharos}} starting at level 32.
 
==Flaaffy==
*Flaaffy is present in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver Space World Demo|1997 Space World demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]]. It evolves from {{p|Mareep}} starting at level 16 and evolves into {{p|Ampharos}} starting at level 32.
 
==Ampharos==
*Ampharos is present in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver Space World Demo|1997 Space World demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]]. It evolves from {{p|Flaaffy}} starting at level 32.
 
==Bellossom==
*Bellossom is present in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver Space World Demo|1997 Space World demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]] with a slightly different design featuring four flowers around the top of its head instead of two. It is a {{2t|Grass|Poison}} instead of Grass, and evolves from {{p|Gloom}} when exposed to a [[Poison Stone]] instead of by level.
 
==Marill==
*Marill is present in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver Space World Demo|1997 Space World demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]] with a pink coloration instead of blue. It does not evolve into any other Pokémon in the demo version of the game.
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