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The lists of Pokémon by height and weight are ordered with the metric measures (meters and kilograms). Would you rather see them ordered with the imperial measures (feet and pounds)?
This is how it is right now.
Azurill Budew Burmy Chingling Dedenne Diglett Floette Foongus
Klefki Natu Shaymin Spritzee Tynamo
Azelf Carbink Castform Caterpie Cleffa Combee Cottonee Ditto
Drilbur Durant Dwebble Eevee Espurr Fletchling Froakie Goomy
Igglybuff Jirachi Klink Kricketot Litwick Magnemite Manaphy Mesprit
Paras Pichu Pidgey Pidove Pumpkaboo Rattata Roselia Rotom
Scatterbug Sewaddle Shellder Shellos Solosis Spearow Spewpa Starly
Sunkern Taillow Togepi Uxie Weedle Wurmple
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So Pokémon Sun and Moon are getting each time closer to us and with them a handful of new Pokémon arrives.
Recently, there were six new Pokémon revealed, and among them, was this fish Pokémon, Bruxish. The info they revealed on this Pokémon was: its species, types, abilities and height and weight. Most people don't care about the latter two, however, since I'm the one updating the lists of Pokémon by height and weight, I noticed something very peculiar on this specific Pokémon.
We on the Pokémon Wiki use both metric and imperial measures as opposed to other sites. So let's see Bruxish's height: in metric measure it's 0.9 m and in imperial measure it's 2'11". Nothing too weird going on here. Right? Wrong.
There are other Pokémon that are also 0.9 m…Read more >
Hey everybody. I found something really interesting I'd like to share with all of you. As this is not confirmed, I'll put here. It's really curious and I think GameFreak really had us on this one since the first generation of Pokémon.
You see there's this Mythical Pokémon that's only obtainable by event in each generation, each one has a characteristic that defines all those Pokémon and that gives a hint that Magearna is in fact a Generation VII Pokémon.
Generation Pokémon Picture Characteristic
Three points and three bands
Five in Roman Numeral
Six pointed diamonds (on its head)
Seven teeth (of the gear in its head)
Definitely interesting, however, st…
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Oh my God. I believe it is a large name for a blog, isn't it?
Well, that doesn't matter. What really matters is the reason for this blog. I've seen that the same categories used to indicate a Pokémon's type in general are the same used for the anime and manga Pokémon characters. So, if I go to "Category:Fighting-type Pokémon", I won't only find the pages for the Pokémon, I will also find all the Lucario of the anime, all the Machoke of the anime, all the Hitmontop of the anime. Wouldn't you want a category page where you could only find which Pokémon are Fighting type? And then, wouldn't you also want a category page where you could only find which Pokémon are Fighting type in the anime?
I hope you get my point now, but if you don't, I'll tel…Read more >