The "location in Sinnoh" image is gone, or else it was linked without ever having been actually uploaded. I'm not too hot with wiki formatting, but given that it's actually on route 209, perhaps the image link should, at least temporarily, be redirected to (Sinnoh Route209.gif) until someone uploads the specific location. Nonasuomi 04:50, 11 March 2010 (UTC)
- Done. —darklordtrom 06:36, 11 March 2010 (UTC)
Stub? I don't think so.
Okay, I don't know about you guys, but I'm fairly certain this page is NOT a stub. So I removed the link to the Location Stubs page. If I'm wrong, please tell me where it's a stub and feel free to restore the Location Stub link. Shadow_Zoroark 10:07, 5 May 2010 (EST)
Has anyone else noticed a weird thing in game (Anywhere, not just here) where every piece of weather is listed and it states that <pokémon> is hurt by its <ability>. Even Sunny and Rain do this, not just Hail or Sandstorm.
Apart from that in an area covered in fog and inside I am simultaneously getting the majority, if not all, weather conditions and all pokémon, (including the Opponents's) are being hurt by their abilities? If this is something to do with the Lost Tower then it should be noted on the page. Or is this some ultra rare bug/something that happens and is intentionally programmed in?--Ditto51/Tom (My Talk Page) 10:08, 18 May 2014 (UTC)
Catch rates in Pearl
Ok, so now im playing my pokemon pearl and the catch rate of misdreavus in this article are all wrong! idk how did that happen, but the thing is like this for misdreavus:
1F: level 17 ... 2F: level 18 ... 3F: level 19 ... 4F: level 20 ... 5F: level 21
Searching for my misdreavus I also encountered a level 22 gastly in 5F, so im gonna suppose which gastly catch rates are wrong as well in the diverse floors. In 5F I encountered gastlyes from level 20, 21 and 22