Hi. I chose the name "WATERWARRIOR67" because I like Water-types & Fighting-types; 67 is my favorite number, for personal reasons. I watch the anime as often as I can. By the way, it's all-caps because I felt like it. 2 random things to add: 1, a young boy I know can do a pretty legit Pikachu impersonation. The second thing is odd, but I've noticed it & it's actually kind of funny. Sometimes, when my stomach growls, it sounds like Brock's Croagunk.

WATERWARRIOR67 (talk) 16:33, 24 June 2014 (UTC) WATERWARRIOR67

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Please make sure to use 'and' in edits to the mainspace, and not the ampersand (&). Thank you. --It's Funktastic~!話してください 20:29, 24 June 2014 (UTC)

Userspace limits

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Hold on!

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Trivia additions

Just so you know, not every character's name or place is based on music or anything too common for us, such as Layla being named after Eric Clapton's Layla. It's something that the writers chose. PattyMan 20:19, 30 July 2014 (UTC)

I kinda figured. I REALLY am into music. WATERWARRIOR67 (talk) 17:34, 6 August 2014 (UTC)WATERWARRIOR67


Okay, I understand that I sign each post with four tildes. I'm surprised that that's what they're called. (giggling). I mean, I figured that they had an official name, but never knew what it was until I came to Bulbapedia! Anyway, I was wondering how you get your signatures in a custom font and color. I think it's really cool. If anyone can explain it to me, I'd greatly appreciate it. To whoever takes on the role of explaining that process to me a warning: I'm not really computer-literate. You might have to simplify it. If you have to explain it to me more than once, please don't get angry. I'm really smart, I just don't comprehend certain things as quickly as others. WATERWARRIOR67 (talk) 17:41, 6 August 2014 (UTC)WATERWARRIOR67

The simple answer is: in your Preferences. The link in the instructions will probably do a better job of explaining wikicode than I could here. It may also help to look at other users' signatures for reference. Tiddlywinks (talk) 17:49, 6 August 2014 (UTC)
... like I said, not computer literate. I went to the page, but got lost. I've been using Wikipedia for about 9 years & don't really know what wikicode is. WATERWARRIOR67 (talk) 02:08, 7 August 2014 (UTC)WATERWARRIOR67
Well, I pretty well meant it when I said that page could do better than I could. I get stuff, but teaching is not my forte, much less over the internet. If you need that much help, I'm sorry to say I'm not the person to give it. =( Tiddlywinks (talk) 02:16, 7 August 2014 (UTC)
If you specify what type of signature you want, I could help you if you want. --→PikaTepig999★ 05:54, 7 August 2014 (UTC)

Tiddlywinks It's okay. Something simple, like Blazing Fist's. - unsigned comment from WATERWARRIOR67 (talkcontribs)

Just to let you know, you do not need to type your username, or anything, after the four tildes. As long as your set signature has your username, which is the case, it will be put it in there for you. Berrenta (talk) 12:29, 15 August 2014 (UTC)
I didn't know that. WATERWARRIOR67 (talk) 12:33, 15 August 2014 (UTC)

The signature I want is the word "WATER" in navy blue, the word "Warrior" in Kelly green, the number 6 in navy blue, and the number 7 in Kelly green. If someone can help me, I'd greatly appreciate it! WATERWARRIOR67 (talk) 21:27, 6 September 2014 (UTC)

Here: [[User:WATERWARRIOR67|<span style="color: #000080">WATER</span>]][[User talk:WATERWARRIOR67|<span style="color: #4cbb17">Warrior</span>]]<span style="color: #000080">6</span><span style="color: #4cbb17">7</span>. It comes out as: WATERWarrior67. If you want to change colours, see this page: web colours. Also, if you want more help, just ask. Hope that helps. →SuperPikaPool13 03:39, 7 September 2014 (UTC)
The shade of green is a tiny bit darker, so I don't know what to do from there. WATERWARRIOR67 (talk) 12:37, 7 September 2014 (UTC)
Use this page to check hex code of colors and choose the one you want then replace its code here. You could also search for "Shades of <color>" on Wikipedia to find the shade you want. →SuperPikaPool13 15:49, 7 September 2014 (UTC)
Okay. I found the hex code. Can you give me step-by-step instructions? WATERWARRIOR67 (talk) 17:54, 7 September 2014 (UTC)
In the code that I posted before, replace the hex code whit the new one. →SuperPikaPool13 18:17, 7 September 2014 (UTC)
Still confused. I go to preferences, but then what? WATERWARRIOR67 (talk) 19:58, 7 September 2014 (UTC)

In your preferences, scroll down until you see a box that say Signature. In the box, there should e text that says Existing Signature (which is what your signature looks like now) and New Signature. Next to the New Signature text, there should be a text box. In that text box, copy and paste the code PikaTepig gave you. Once you've done that, scroll to the bottom of your preferences page, there should be a save button. click on it and your preferences will be saved.--ForceFire 03:15, 8 September 2014 (UTC)

Also, make sure you tick a box that says "Treat the above as wikicode" as if you leave it unchecked, your signature will appear as a mess.--ForceFire 03:17, 8 September 2014 (UTC)
Still can't do it. I have 2 hex codes that I want. The one for the navy is either 00 00 80, or 0 0 128. The green, again I'm unsure is either 00 64 00, or, 0 100 0. What am I doing wrong? WATERWARRIOR67 (talk) 21:11, 9 September 2014 (UTC)
Ignore the the second column. The first column is the only one you should be looking at. The first column is Hex code whilst the second is decimal code. Don't worry about what those are, as they both still produces the same color. Just copy the code PikaTepig gave you and follow the instructions I just gave you.--ForceFire 03:05, 10 September 2014 (UTC)
So which set is right? WATERWARRIOR67 (talk) 15:04, 10 September 2014 (UTC)
Ignore it. Forget about which one is which. Just copy and paste the code PikaTepig gave you and follow the instructions I gave you.--ForceFire 03:22, 11 September 2014 (UTC)
Looks like it worked. Thank you PikaTepig and ForceFire. Really, thanks for putting up with me. WATERWarrior67 19:51, 11 September 2014 (UTC)
No problem. Feel free to ask if you need mote help. →SuperPikaPool13 20:28, 11 September 2014 (UTC)
Will do. WATERWarrior67 21:02, 11 September 2014 (UTC)

Snowpoint City and Sunyshore City

In the trivia sections, both cities are listed in the episodes they made their debut in. However, in Pruning a Passel of Pals! and Losing Its Lustrous, both cities are mentioned, but don't appear for a specific time period. Snowpoint City isn't visited until Classroom Training!, 48 episodes later and Sunyshore City isn't visited until Flint Sparks the Fire, 69 episodes later. Would it be a waste of space if I added these mentions to the trivia sections? The reason I'm asking is because the Twinleaf Festival is mentioned by Dawn in Barry's Busting Out All Over!, but doesn't appear until Strategy Begins at Home!, 37 episodes later. Can someone tell me if this is trivia? WATERWARRIOR67 (talk) 16:37, 11 August 2014 (UTC)WATERWARRIOR67

I am highly certain it isn't, not to mention that the trivia section does not seem to contain their debut episode anyways. Are you referring to the "In The Anime" section of the article? (I should note that you should use the article's talk page or, in this case, one of the two.) --Super goku (talk) 15:50, 12 August 2014 (UTC)

Yes, that's what I'm referring to. I didn't think to use the talk page. My mistake. WATERWARRIOR67 (talk) 16:24, 13 August 2014 (UTC)WATERWARRIOR67

I think that the reason the Twinlead Festival article mentions it is because it is not a location, but an event. However, you might be right that we could still add it to the article when it was first mentioned, otherwise there would likely be a debate on "Ash from Pallet Town." Anyways, you have at least three options: 1) Make the edit with the possibility of it being reverted 2)(Recommended) Go to either talk page and make the request, possibly with a reason on why you think this would make the article better. 3) (Preferred+Recommended) Ask a user from Bulbapedia:Project Anime as they should be able to point you in the correct location or give you a proper answer. If you do pick option three, I would recommend someone from Project Anime who has made an edit within the last week or so. (I should also note that colons should be used to indent out comments, with an additional colon after each successive comment.) --Super goku (talk) 00:14, 14 August 2014 (UTC)
Like this? By the way, you had me and then you lost me. WATERWARRIOR67 (talk) 01:24, 14 August 2014 (UTC)WATERWARRIOR67
Close, you just need to add an additional colon so that it is one more than the user that you are replying to. To clarify, I am not sure if it can be added, nor am I the right user to decide. If you want to talk to someone about it, I would recommend either going to one of the talk page of either article or asking a user who is a part of Bulbapedia:Project Anime. (If you need to, could you repeat which part is not clear back to me?) --Super goku (talk) 02:33, 14 August 2014 (UTC)
Better? You lost me in the suggestions for the aforementioned Gyms. I've been told not to reply to comments that are over six months old, but I don't see dates anywhere. If they're there (and I'm guessing they are), then they must be pretty small. I usually can read small print, even with my glasses on, but, I don't see dates. WATERWARRIOR67 (talk) 15:26, 14 August 2014 (UTC)WATERWARRIOR67
That, plus an extra colon. (The user to reply to this comment should have four colons.) The six month rule is policy, but that is something else. Anyways, I do not believe that my suggestions should have led you to anything about a Gym. If you meant about Bulbapedia:Project Anime, I was not sure if I should just recommend you to a staff member at the time. The project was mostly a list of users who might have been able to help out, but I did not want to send you to an inactive user. Anyways, would you be alright if I asked a user on your behalf? --Super goku (talk) 02:14, 15 August 2014 (UTC)
Yes, I'm okay with that and thank you for telling me about the six month rule.- unsigned comment from WATERWARRIOR67 (talkcontribs)
Ok, I have left a staff member who is a part of Project Anime a message here. --Super goku (talk) 18:53, 16 August 2014 (UTC)
I read the page, so does that mean I can add to the trivia? WATERWARRIOR67 (talk) 22:13, 17 August 2014 (UTC)
Sorry, I never did check in after my last message. Dennou Zenshi seems to be alright with it, so I would say you can add what you want to say, as long as it is in the "In the Anime" section of the article. --Super goku (talk) 08:15, 26 August 2014 (UTC)
It's okay; thank you! - unsigned comment from WATERWARRIOR67 (talkcontribs)
Not a problem, but I should mention again that it is ok to add to the "In the Anime" section only. There is no permission to add it to the trivia section. --Super goku (talk) 02:46, 27 August 2014 (UTC)
I was able to add it to the Snowpoint section, but, I had trouble for Sunyshore.

Page Creation

I was wondering how to create a page. There are actually four that I'd like to create and all would be shipping pages. The names of the ships are MindShipping and PseudoShipping. MindShipping would be a relationship with Ash and Liza of the Mossdeep Gym. I've got possible hints for both sides. The name origin for MindShipping would originate from the badge Tate and Liza give out, as well as them being Psychic trainers. PseudoShipping, well, I've actually got 2 ideas for it. One is Ash and Ursula. Ursula doesn't seem to be fazed by Ash's comments towards her and Ash is somewhat calmer when he talks to Ursula, as opposed to Dawn's other rivals. The other idea for PseudoShipping would be Ash and Cynthia. Ash seems extremely excited when they first meet and Cynthia recognizes his passion and energy. The name origin would be the same for both: they own at least one pseudo-legendary Pokémon. My third ship would be a nevermet ship: NerdShipping. It would be the thought of Max and Conway in a relationship. That name would originate from Conway likely being based on the Super Nerd trainer class and Max being a nerd in general; I state Max as a nerd because of his sprite in Emerald is that of a Schoolboy, but it looks like a Super Nerd, only younger and shorter. TwerpShipping: James and Ash, or Jessie and Ash. Again, I've got very few hints for both sides, but, I just am surprised that none of these are ship pages. So, please let me know what the opinions on this are! Agree or disagree, my possible hints; just give me a holler! WATERWARRIOR67 (talk) 13:52, 27 August 2014 (UTC)

Something about Clemont and Viola? →SuperPikaPool13 09:23, 3 September 2014 (UTC)
I don't have a shipping for that. Sorry to disappoint you. WATERWARRIOR67 (talk) 13:07, 3 September 2014 (UTC)

The Gender of Ash's Charizard

I know that there's a big segment on the gender of Ash's Charizard. I recall that my brother had a Generation I game, and that Charmander was his starter. When Charmander evolved into Charmeleon, I noticed that the horn was short in comparison to a friend of mine who also had a Generation I game. When my brother's and my friend's Charmeleon evolved, the horns on my brother's were shorter than those of my friend's. Is it possible that female Charmeleon and female Charizard have shorter horns than a male? WATERWARRIOR67 (talk) 18:38, 27 August 2014 (UTC)


Try not to spend so much time solely suggesting trivia, the section is not the only thing this wiki has. So just slow down on the trivia suggestions.--ForceFire 00:52, 28 August 2014 (UTC)

(Sighs) I don't know where else to improve. It all started in trivia; I think. That was probably my first contribution to Bulbapedia: a trivia section regarding Dawn. It was either that, or AbilityShipping. Like I said, I don't know where to go. I no longer have the games. I still have my trading cards, but the question is does the page exist? My explanation is this: I've got a TCG card; specifically, Misty's Poliwhirl. Like it says on my user page, I've got a total of 18 cards. I just don't know. WATERWARRIOR67 (talk) 01:04, 28 August 2014 (UTC)
I assume you mean this card: Misty's Poliwhirl (Gym Heroes 53).--ForceFire 01:18, 28 August 2014 (UTC)
I clicked the link. Yes, that's the one! I don't know if I can add to the origin on it; mostly because I'm unsure of the accuracy of the information I vaguely remember. WATERWARRIOR67 (talk) 12:11, 28 August 2014 (UTC)

What do I discuss on the forums?

A few weeks ago, I went to the forums; logged in with my Facebook account. I threw in some episode ideas, but what else do you discuss there? If anyone can tell me here (since I've been having computer issues), I'd greatly appreciate it. WATERWARRIOR67 (talk) 12:16, 28 August 2014 (UTC)

Should there be a page for...

Should there be a page for a ship between Ash and James? WATERWARRIOR67 (talk) 14:04, 30 August 2014 (UTC)

May as well direct you to the Bulbapedia policy on it, Bulbapedia:Shipping, and the leader of Project Shipping, User:ArcToraphim. If you have any questions, then a user should be able to help you. --Super goku (talk) 04:15, 7 September 2014 (UTC)


Glik, this is directed at you: who do I get to support me or verify me that Jessie possibly brought up a future generation in AG025? WATERWARRIOR67 (talk) 13:19, 3 September 2014 (UTC)

Like I posted on Glik's page, I just watched the specific scene you mentioned to verify it. Jessie clearly says Piloswine, not Mamoswine. Not to be rude, but I don't understand how you possibly misheard that, also because it's incredibly unlikely they'd mention a Gen IV Pokémon like 4 years before it was even released (which was also the reason Glik undid your edit). ☼ BlazingFist ☼ 13:24, 3 September 2014 (UTC)
I understand. Plus, I have difficulties with my hearing. The only part I guarantee I heard was swine. I really thought I heard Mamoswine, but, at least someone verified me. Thanks. WATERWARRIOR67 (talk) 13:37, 3 September 2014 (UTC)

Think Before You Post... Auto-confirmed? Permission

Blazingfist, this is directed at you. I'd put it on your page, but that's already long enough. A while back, I remember you saying that I should basically go to the discussion page before I added any trivia. I've done that on a few things, but I haven't gotten any answers. I'm a little upset about this, especially because I've been told to discuss certain things on the forums; which I have trouble accessing. I'm resisting the temptation to change pages, even though no one has looked at my thoughts. What does it mean to be auto-confirmed? Early on, I edited the page of another user, without their permission. How come you, Funktastic~!, ForceFire, SuperPikaPool13, PattyMan, Tiddlywinks, Berrenta, and Super goku have been able to edit my page without my permission? Seriously,what's up with that? WATERWARRIOR67 (talk) 21:43, 6 September 2014 (UTC)

I said that because nearly everything you added got removed. No offense (and I'm repeating myself now), but you seem to add a lot of speculative or flat out unnotable things, mostly based on personal theories. You should know that first and foremost, Bulbapedia is a Wiki-based site. Wiki-based sites mostly only contain factual information from legible sources, no fan-theories or thought up information. Bulbapedia does contain some fanon-based pages, although these are mostly Shipping-related, and if a page is fanon, it is indicated so with a "this is fanon tag" at the top of the page. You can't expect every bit of trivia you think of is notable or suitable for Bulbapedia. You also can't expect everyone to give your suggestions full attention. Now, I understand you can't always be sure if trivia is notable or not, and this is why I suggested you'd take your suggestions to talk pages first. However, this doesn't mean you should spam talk pages with fanon theories and questions (which, frankly, I've also seen you doing). Maybe it wasn't the best suggestion I did, but at least it's better than straight out adding something to a page without knowing if it'd be suitable or not.
I have two suggestions: either 1.: still start actively using the forums, since this is the perfect place to discuss everything fanon-related such as fan theories and such. I understand you're having trouble finding your wayaround the forums. Since I'm a moderator on the forums, I'd be more than happy to guide you around, if you wish. However, take any forums-related questions to either my forum page (name is Neo Blaze), or to a private message, also on the forums. Suggestion 2: start focusing on edits other than trivia, Force Fire has also suggested this. Honestly, claiming not to know what else to add is not a good excuse, since there is plenty to do on Bulbapedia. I don't know if you've been there, but take a look at the Editor's Hub. Here you might get some inspiration of things to do, such as what pages are needed, what needs improvement, etc.
Auto-confirmed means that you have more privileges than users that just joined. You become autoconfirmed by making a certain amount of edits. Since you have your own user page already, you're autoconfirmed (only autoconfirmed users can create these). Out of curiosity, why do you ask?
I don't understand what you mean. I and all these other users you mentioned have never edited your user page. If you mean your talk page, no one needs permission to edit your talk page. That's what talk pages are for, to communicate with other users. Other users do need permission to edit your user page, and I'm sure most users will ask for your permission would they want to do so.
I hope you don't feel unwelcome or unwanted on this site. Every benevolent user is allowed and encouraged to help Bulbapedia and make it the best possible source for Pokémon there is. You just need to know that not everything you think of is notable or suitable, and that trivia is not everything. Please take my suggestions to heart, and please, do continue to enjoy Bulbapedia. ☼ BlazingFist ☼ 22:17, 6 September 2014 (UTC)
I'm going to be honest. One, I have computer issues, accessing the forums, although the help is nice. My computer just gives me a mother-lode of troubles. Two, I've always been intrigued by trivia. Three, I don't know how I can expand things. Four, on the autoconfirmed thing, I was thinking of creating three pages: Shauna's Bulbasaur, Tierno's Squirtle, and Trevor's Charmander. What I added to the discussion page of Professor Sycamore may or may not be notable or suitable, but I find it interesting: Professors Oak and Elm have given out 4, Professor Juniper is next with 3, Professor Birch has given out 2, and Professor Rowan has only given out 1. Professor Sycamore has them beat with 8! Five, what I mean by editing is that on another user's page, in their introduction, Rayquaza was misspelled and someone (I can't remember who), undid my edit, saying that it was wrong for me to correct a spelling error. Six, I'm crying as I type, for personal reasons. I'm unsure on my "welcome" status to here and the forums. I do feel that I'm unneeded or unwanted. Perhaps the site would be better off without me, considering it seems that everything I've added is useless. WATERWARRIOR67 (talk) 23:10, 6 September 2014 (UTC)
1. If that is true, then it can't be helped. Perhaps there are other Pokémon forums or fanon sites you can access. I'd advise to look around. However, might your computer still be able to handle the forums sometime in the future, my offer still stands and you can consult me at the forums any given time.
2. I'm not saying trivia isn't important. It can be, but we do have rather strict rules on what is considered suitable trivia or not.
3. That's why I gave you the link to the Editor's Hub. It should provide enough inspiration and helpful links to get yourself started on constructive editing.
4. If you're autoconfirmed, you should be able to create pages. However, do not create pages for the rival trio's Pokémon. They are not notable enough to have their own pages yet. To see what makes a Pokémon noteworthy enough to earn its own page, check this.
5. Even if it's something minor such as correcting a spelling error, always ask the user for permission, or let them know on their talk page so they can do it themselves.
6. Please understand that you are not unwelcome here, not in the slightest. Unless you vandalize pages, everyone is welcome. I just think that you haven't found your way around this site yet and don't completely grasp what kind of information Bulbapedia needs yet. Every regularly editing user needs to get in some kind of flow and find their way around here, I had to do this too when I just started out. No user is perfect and exempt from making mistakes, not even me or higher ranking admins. Just because you made a few mistakes before doesn't mean you're suddenly unwelcome, unneeded or unwanted. It sounds as if you're really upset with the turn of events. Perhaps it's better if you take a short time off to recover and take it easy, so you can return again later all fresh. In short, please don't take anything personal. ☼ BlazingFist ☼ 23:40, 6 September 2014 (UTC)
That's not so much the personal reason I'm crying. I probably should've specified that not only do I deal with emotional pain on a daily basis, but physical pain as well. I checked the link after the number four. I've only been to the Editor's Hub once or twice, and found myself confused and lost. The only reason evkl and Funktastic~! know my name is for two separate reasons. Funktastic is because she brought up my usage of the ampersand and my editing of the user space; I follow her on Twitter. evkl knows my name because he helped me set up my page with the very few tags I have. He helped me via email, which is why he knows my name. Are you sure I'm actually needed here? Or are you just saying that to boost my confidence? No offense on those last two parts, but it's just that I've been taken advantage of and mistreated. I can't blame my condition, but, it's all I can attribute to my attitude. The condition itself (the specific one I've got) is often thought as a joke. It's hard for me to be myself. I was likely born with the condition, but wasn't diagnosed with it for a long time. I don't think I'm a vandal. So is it suitable that Professor Sycamore has given out the most starters in the anime, or not? WATERWARRIOR67 (talk) 00:07, 7 September 2014 (UTC)
1. Everyone has their fair share of problems they have to deal with in real life, even if that's not always apparent. I hope you don't think or feel you're the only one in this. If you do feel as if personal problems are taking their toll on you, please take it easy and, like I said, perhaps take some time off, so you can return all fresh later on. I've done this on multiple occasions when I had to face something dificult in real life, and it works.
2. These links are in the Editor's Hub, but for convenience, I'll help you with them: this one is for pages that are needed. This one is for pages needing more info. This one is for pages needing improvement. And finally, this one is for articles missing whole bits of important info. Personally I regularly check the recent changes, where you can see all current edits made. It helps me seeing what's newly added, and it can give you ideas of how to improve edits.
3. Of course you are needed. Bulbapedia relies on the help of its users, it wouldn't exist without it. This includes you and all other benevolent users (It's obvious you're not a vandal, you just need some help to get around). Although his does not mean everything you add is automatically good, as you know by now.
4. Personal advise: try to be yourself, no matter how hard. We'd rather see hard working editors who are themselves than users who pretend to be something they are not, all the way only creating trouble for themselves. Although it may feel like it, no one around here bites and everything you've been called out on so far was only to help you and guide you into the right direction. No one around here is going to make fun of you or of whatever condition you may face. In fact, the Code of conduct states the most important thing is to be nice, and most users around here do follow this rule (ones that do not are called out on this).
5. On your trivia suggestion, I'm personally not sure. I'm inclined to say yes, but please don't take my word for it. I'm not 100% sure if it's notable enough, and others might disagree. You can always contact another moderator to ask. ☼ BlazingFist ☼ 00:34, 7 September 2014 (UTC)
Thanks for that. I'll try to take time off. I watched the Original Series as it was debuting in its early years. To be honest, I actually watched each banned episode live. I only owned the first and second movies on VHS, and watched the third. I've watched the fourth and fifth online. Currently, I'm not watching the Best Wishes series or XY series; mostly because of their air times. I currently watch it on Boomerang, where we're in the AG series. I'm a little saddened to have seen my future reference removed from Wheel of Frontier. I re-watched the episode somebody put on YouTube and in the comments sections, people were saying that they brought up a Pokémon that didn't exist yet. I went backwards and heard James say, "... purloin Pikachu." I forgot that purloin meant what it did, but I remembered when it was introduced. As for my bit on Professor Sycamore, who do you recommend? WATERWARRIOR67 (talk) 00:52, 7 September 2014 (UTC)
Any of the staff should be available for your question (except the inactive ones and the ones on hiatus). Although if you really want to have a solid answer, you should ask Kogoro. She is the Editor-in-Chief around here and should be able to properly decide if it's notable or not. Although I'd advise to only ask her about this particular trivia question (so might you have any more trivia questions in the future, don't continuously ask her). ☼ BlazingFist ☼ 01:03, 7 September 2014 (UTC)
Okay, thanks. I'll ask her that question and look around on those links. WATERWARRIOR67 (talk) 12:38, 7 September 2014 (UTC)

Taking A Break

I'm just writing this to whoever reads: I'll be taking a break from chipping in on different parts of Bulbapedia, as suggested by BlazingFist. Kogoro, if you're reading this, I hope you've got an answer for me. I'll be on the forums (when my computer behaves) and I'll also be on fanfiction.net, for those of you who like that stuff. I've got stories going and look forward to help with Bulbapedia. I consider myself a Pokémon lover. Especially because I've got a ringtone that sounds somewhat like an Ampharos. WATERWarrior67 21:09, 11 September 2014 (UTC)


I'm back, for now. If it applies to anyone, I happen to be a writer on fanfiction.net. If you're browsing that site, you have two ways of accessing me, via a search. Should you search via a story, I suggest "His Distance". Should you search via writer, type in QUEENSPELLER67. Once you get onto my page, feel free to read and review any of my stories. If you happen to have a story and are from this site, please PM me on fanfiction.net. The subject could be whatever, but in your PM, please indicate who you are on Bulbapedia. WATERWarrior67 19:24, 20 September 2014 (UTC)

Adding my name to a project list

Blazingfist, I know we talked about this on the forums. I tried to do that, but couldn't get my name added to the list. The projects I want to be a part of are manga, TCG, anime, shipping, fandom, merchandise and games. The last one is probably complete, though. I seriously can't seem to add myself to these lists. If you're a head of one of the aforementioned projects and can guide me, I'd greatly appreciate it. Thanks! WATERWarrior67 19:10, 27 September 2014 (UTC)

1) Please don't go to all of the talk pages and state the exact same thing. It comes off as spamming talk pages.
2) To "be part of a project" and I use that term loosely, just place {{User <Project Name>}} on your userpage.--ForceFire 08:49, 6 October 2014 (UTC)
Oops. So, just that code for Fandom, Locations, Games, TCG, manga, anime, and merchandise? I can actually put that on my profile? I, eh, noticed you've been on my forum page. I understand what to do, I just feel, like I'm in trouble on there. Am I? WATERWarrior67 09:28, 6 October 2014 (UTC)
Yes, {{User Project Anime}} for anime, {{User Project Manga}} for manga and so on so forth. And just because I checked your forum profile doesn't mean you are in trouble. Honestly, you aren't, we're just trying to help you be a better editor and understand how the wiki works.--ForceFire 09:37, 6 October 2014 (UTC)
Got it. Thanks. I have to edit something, right now. WATERWarrior67 19:00, 7 October 2014 (UTC)

My forgetfulness, while I'm at it....

I apologize for the recent editing that I just did, because three of my four edits were unsigned. I have a medical condition where I am more prone to forget simple things. While I'm at it, does the side story episode reveal how Steven regained his title back from Wallace? One would assume it's obvious, but I'm sure I'm not the only one with a question. WATERWarrior67 00:04, 7 December 2014 (UTC)

Using a talk page

If you want to speak with someone for help or something, it would be best if you go to their talk page instead of your own as it would be easier for the user you want to respond. Other than that, you're doing fine. PattyMan 00:24, 7 December 2014 (UTC)

Then what's the difference between a talk page and a discussion page? I followed the recommendation of asking before adding on trivia. WATERWarrior67 20:19, 7 December 2014 (UTC)
A talk page is only for discussion of the page the talk page corresponds to, and then, only for discussion of ways to improve the page (not idle discussion of theories or other speculation). In the case of User talk pages, they're for corresponding with the user in question (again, only about improving the wiki, not just chatting). When other users post to your talk page, they have something that needs to be discussed with you specifically, and you can continue that discussion on your own page. But when you want to start a new discussion with another member, it's best to go to THEIR talk page—that way they'll be notified that someone has posted to their talk page and can respond more promptly, instead of only happening upon your question when they visit your page, which might not even happen since they don't know you have a question for them. Hope this helps! —AndyPKMN (talk) 01:05, 10 December 2014 (UTC)
*sweat-drops* (a sign that I've been on a fiction site). No, that doesn't really help. I do have an account on the forum, but my login is my Facebook account. I talked to a forum moderator about that and he said that it was fine, as long as I don't create any sock puppet accounts. Anyway, with the talk/discussion pages, I want to help expand articles in any way I can (with evidence), contribute, add more to my user page (even though I sadly don't own a game anymore, I can remember glitches, glitch possibilities and shiny Pokémon, etc.), and any other way I can help with Bulbapedia. While I'm here, I've been waiting (patiently)for Kogoro to reply to a message on her page. I have comments/questions to submit before I add, so I'll do that now. WATERWarrior67 17:35, 10 December 2014 (UTC)


Sorry that it looks like I'm screaming, but if I had to compare myself to Pokémon, it would either be Loudred or Exploud. Anyway, I seriously don't know what the difference is. On the topic of being serious, I've noticed that the word itself, or in its form as an adverb, that it (serious/seriously) has been used as a catchphrase; my most notable case would be Forrest (Brock's brother) in the anime. Anyway, my real question is: what's the difference between the talk pages, the discussion pages, and the forum? I honestly don't know the difference (besides words) and I'd appreciate it if someone can clear this up for me! WATERWarrior67 22:49, 16 December 2014 (UTC)

Talk and discussion pages are the same thing. They have both those names because on each page, the tab up above each page says "discussion", but the actually names of the pages are "Talk:Whatever". They are the complementary page that every mainspace article has for users to discuss issues/improvements/etc for each and every article. These also include the talk pages for other spaces, such as the "User talk" namespace we're using right now. The forums, on the other hand, are here. They are a space dedicated for much more in depth discussion for more widespread changes that would be for a large number of articles or something. The forums can also be used for more minor changes, as those messages are noticed much faster than comments left on talk pages. MaverickNate 23:03, 16 December 2014 (UTC)
That's where I'm confused! Discussion I think "talk"; talk I think "discussion". Still lost here! WATERWarrior67 23:16, 16 December 2014 (UTC)
Talk is the area where you have the discussion, for example we are on a talk page (your talk page). A discussion is, well, a discussion.--ForceFire 03:59, 17 December 2014 (UTC)
Essentially, then, this is pointless. Thanks anyway. WATERWarrior67 22:54, 17 December 2014 (UTC)

User Tags

We have categories for all kinds of usertags, including Type tags and Version tags. And we also already have a User Fairy type and User Stadium tags.--ForceFire 03:32, 24 December 2014 (UTC)

Thanks for the half-answer. I don't mean that in any offensive way. It's just that, I don't have generation 6 and I was considering their entries in the Pokédex. Does that make a difference? WATERWarrior67 04:05, 24 December 2014 (UTC)
I don't follow, what did you want exactly?--ForceFire 04:18, 24 December 2014 (UTC)
Because of Snubbull, Granbull, and other generation 2 Pokémon, I'm unsure if I should add the tag, despite me not owning generation 6.- unsigned comment from WATERWARRIOR67 (talkcontribs)
Its your choice. If you want to add Snubbull, Granbull etc.. in the tag, go ahead. Just because you don't have any Gen VI games doesn't mean you can't use them in the tag.--ForceFire 02:48, 25 December 2014 (UTC)
Thanks. I just wanted to be sure that I wasn't breaking any rules.- unsigned comment from WATERWARRIOR67 (talkcontribs)
You... wouldn't be breaking any rules? Also, don't forget to sign and do not re-sign an unsigned comment as it gives off the wrong timestamp.--ForceFire 03:22, 25 December 2014 (UTC)
Oh. So that's what Pattyman was getting at. WATERWarrior67 18:16, 26 December 2014 (UTC)

Tildes number requirement

Awkward formatting, I know. Reason: one is required to sign a post with four tildes. I know that all browsers, computers, etc. vary, but, when I was signing a comment, I only typed three tildes and my signature showed up. Although it could've been a minor glitch, I was also able to sign with two tildes. Then, when I (for an experiment) attempted to sign my post with one tilde, it showed up as unsigned. I'm sure that my talk page probably isn't the appropriate place to talk about this, but, I'm really curious. A little help, here? WATERWarrior67 21:09, 26 December 2014 (UTC)

Talk pages

Talk pages are for improvements and suggestions, not speculation or having small discussions. If you want to talk about something that is not a suggestion or an improvement, go to the forums. Thank you.--ForceFire 15:43, 14 May 2015 (UTC)

Do I do the same if I have a question about the topic? I never got an answer to my question: is it notable to add that Professor Sycamore has given out the most starters in the anime with a total of eight? WATERWarrior67 19:20, 14 May 2015 (UTC)