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Editing multiple sections.
Just thought I'd let you know, if you'd like to edit multiple sections of a single page at once, you can hit "edit this page" at the top of the article in order to avoid potentially cluttering the edit history and recent change log with multiple edits. Thanks! Landfish7 05:29, 2 March 2022 (UTC)
Before you go crazy with those, we are not adding those as we are not sure of the validity of the statements the translator claims, as they may just be his own opinions on what the Japanese names may be rather than him actually speaking with the original creators. A former staff member, who is Japanese, even debunked one of his origins at the time. So for now, please don't add them until we know for sure those are the actual origins the original creators intended.--ForceFire 04:39, 13 April 2022 (UTC)
Runerigus minimum level
- "Because Galarian Yamask needs at least 50 HP in order to take the amount of damage required for it to evolve without fainting, it cannot evolve into Runerigus until level 15 at minimum (assuming Yamask has 31 IVs and 240 EVs in HP), as that is the lowest level that it can have the required HP." that's in Yamask's page now. also in my contribs page, Yamask's edit went live first, then Runerigus's. Anzasquiddles (talk) 21:31, 19 April 2022 (UTC)
- EDIT: yea i see what you meant now, i prolly should've published Runerigus's edit first. Anzasquiddles (talk) 21:40, 19 April 2022 (UTC)
Cufant name origin
I changed Cufant's name origin to match the wording used in many other Pokémon name origin sections which split the combination into its parts. Cu, cuprum, and cute make up the first part of the combination, and infant and elephant make up the second part. I feel like it would be more informative and more consistent to word it the way I had it i.e. Cufant may be a combination of Cu (chemical symbol for copper), cuprum (the Latin name for copper from which the symbol is derived), or cute, and elephant or infant. Landfish7 03:32, 14 July 2022 (UTC)