I will delete the statement in "Appearance" section that says that the Pokémon "looks gay" will be removed due to this being opinion LordChaotic 06:54, June 7, 2010 (UTC)
I have seen two names for this pokemon Tsutaja and Tsutaaja. On www.serebii.net it was listed as Tsutaja not Tsutaaja. Even on this wikia the name was Tsutaja until someone started saying Tsutaaja. Which name is right??
Pokemon4Life14 02:38, June 26, 2010 (UTC)
Is it alright if someone makes a reference to the "Smugleaf" meme? (The Chillarmy = #571 Girl)
Its correct name is tsutarja. its pronounced SOO-TAR-JAH. Lots of people keep getting it wrong and say Tsutaja and Tsutaaja. Also, whats Smugleaf? Is that tsutarja's english name or something?
Diamond397 23:20, September 16, 2010 (UTC)
- Smugleaf is just the fan name some people call it to save time. Crimsonnavy. 23:27, September 16, 2010 (UTC)
Its called Smugleaf because it has a smug expression. Look at that thing, it gives the impression that it thinks its better than you.Smugleaf 04:48, November 7, 2010 (UTC)
i added a pic of it from the anime StrawberryFlowermaster42 01:49, September 4, 2010 (UTC) StrawberryFlowermaster42
Tsutarja is cool. uh... thats about it.
THE REAL NAME FOR THAT GRASS TYPE POKEMON IS SNIVEY! jeez
Its awesome! I love its second form Janobii.
"Some large snakes such as pythons and anacondas have vestigial legs left over from evolution which are visible on the outside of them. Yet Tsutarja's legs seem to function. When Tsutarja is a Janovy and evolves into Jalorda, it loses its legs and its arms become small and stubby."
so basically, it is literalally' "evolution", just sped up?
Updated moves list!
Just cut this out as it makes his descriptive paragraph to long winded. I propose ading a second collumn to his moves list to show HMs, TMs, and othe moves he lears outside of his standerd LvLing. Trainers coming to the page could simply scroll down and get a veiw of ALL possible moves. I thiink this would be a good idea for all the pages.
Vulkan He'Stan 18:52, March 8, 2011 (UTC)