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MISSINGNO. 0x43's cry:
Do they sound similar to anyone else?
- They do sound pretty similar to me, but I'm afraid we can't draw a conclusion solely on this. Still, I suppose the resemblance is significant enough to allude to in the article, though. Does anybody else agree?
- Here's another interesting one. Species 0xB0-0xB4 follow a pattern--Charmander, Squirtle, Charmeleon, Wartortle, Charizard--but then there's a MISSINGNO. at 0xB5. Its cry is a lower-pitched version of Wartortle's. Could this have been an unused Pokémon in the Squirtle evolution family? Perhaps Blastoise wasn't originally a part of the line, or this was an early version of it. --Mattrizzle 23:10, 29 September 2011 (EDT)
- And yet another thing: 0x5E and 0x5F appear to be two Pokémon in a scrapped two-stage evolution family. This isn't just evident from their similar cries, but from all of the species values surrounding them in the range 0x52 to 0x65 (well, except for Dratini and Dragonair). --Mattrizzle 23:29, 29 September 2011 (EDT)
- About the Missingno. that sound like Dragonair, Dragonite and Pidgey/Poliwag. I know of some designs from before Dragonair and the Poliwag family were finalized. Might be fake though, they came from a Japanese website affiliated with RAGECANDYBAR about unreleased Pokémon (has a lot of Pocket Monsters 2 Nintendo Spaceworld 1997 information too), though it claims that they originated from Game Freak's Japanese website and since they sometimes post things about development, it sounds legit. Unfortunately, at the moment it seems it's just something to feed the speculation fire until somebody asks Game Freak whether they are related to the 9 Missingno. which don't have blank cries, shame :(. --Torchickens 17:56, 9 October 2011 (EDT)