They are gif, but we used gif for emerald and crystal sprites so I don't see why we can not use these.
Hey, so I was playing SoulSilver the other day and ran into Lt. Surge in the Saffron City Magnet Train Station and he asked me if I wanted to trade my Pikachu for his French Pikachu. I traded and ended up with a Pikachu named Volty. Anyway, I wanted to know if other gym leaders would do something similar and couldn't find it anywhere, not even on Lt. Surge's page!
Sorry if this topic has been brought up before but I think you should add the fact that this trade takes place to at least Lt. Surge's page.
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Originally Posted by Lt. Surge page
The blue colour of the show/hide button makes it very difficult to see when the party box is coloured blue (namely for Blue). Is there some way to change the colour of the show/hide button so that it can be seen?
Not that I've seen.
There is a lot of triva on the Pokemon pages that shouldnt be there (sprite trivia, base stat total trivia, etc), simply removing them will not solve the problem however, as users (especially new users) will forget, or not even know they were removed & add them back again, so why not add a hidden notice like this, found in the trivia section of BW009:
<!--NO. If you're editing this to mention that this is the first episode of the BW series where Ash's Oshawott doesn't appear, stop right there. It's been removed countless times, and it's for a reason. It is NOT notable triva. It's only notable in cases like Pikachu, Meowth, Piplup, and Kibago- you know, the ones that never go into their Pokeballs. In short, NOT Oshawott.-->
<!--Do not add trivia that this is the first episode of the BW series where Ash's Oshawott doesn't appear. See the talk page for more info.-->
Then we put a section on the talk page explaining it.
I was not aware those pages existed, do you have any idea if the Trivia Policies will be made official policy (the first comment on ForceFire's trivia talk page indicates that it has been around since August 2009)?