May 4, 2014
"Drapion opens its mouth and a dark purple orb forms inside it. It then fires the ball into the air, which spirals and releases four small streams of purple smoke from the top of the ball. The orb then explodes, forming into multiple smaller orbs that fall and sink into the battlefield. The smaller orbs leave trails of purple smoke behind them as they fall. Any opposing Pokémon that steps on the battlefield (besides Pokémon immune to Toxic Spikes) becomes surrounded by purple static, purple waves, and indigo bubbles that rise from the ground over the opponent’s body while taking continuous damage."

April 28, 2014
"What is held is vital for the Musical, as these Props can be waved around for appeal; however, each Prop may only be waved around once."

April 15, 2014
"Unknown is literally unknown."

April 13, 2014
"Psyduck made a small appearance in The Rise of Darkrai as one of the Pokémon Darkrai hit with a Dark Void."

April 12, 2014
"Pokémon Origins (Japanese: ポケットモンスター THE ORIGIN Pocket Monsters: The Origin) is a miniseries that closely follows the plot of Pokémon Red and Green, but is aesthetically based on the artwork, sprites and other minor elements from Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen (and to a far lesser extent, Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver), as well as including some unique features, such as Blue’s green jacket and Mega Evolution."

April 9, 2014
"In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, the Pokémon Trainer bears a few similarities to Olimar and Zelda, two other fighters. Olimar can also command creatures to fight for him, both also have Tether Recoveries (but only with Ivysaur), and they can both also change whoever they are using. Unlike Olimar, Zelda can change between playable characters (Sheik) with her Down Special Move, similar to the way Pokémon Trainer does."

April 7, 2014
"[The Freeze status condition] is evidently associated with the Ice type, as the majority of moves that can freeze are of this type, and Ice-type Pokémon are immune to being frozen."

April 6, 2014
"AZ shares several similarities with N from the Generation V games.
- Both use names made up of just capital letters."

April 5, 2014
"Talonflame is a combination of talon and flame."

April 4, 2014
"Electivire, along with Magmortar, Gliscor, and Tangrowth, are the only Generation IV Pokémon that explicitly required the use of a Generation III game in order to be available until the release of Pokémon Platinum. In this case, both the Electirizer and Elekid are only available through dual-slot mode with Pokémon FireRed. This excludes the special Electivire available through Battle Revolution."