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DragoonS
16th January 2006, 4:58 PM
You know about Diglett, when we send out Diglett, it directley goes to ground, and takes place in the ground.

I want to know something.


What happens if I release a Diglett in an aeroplane?
What happens if I release a Diglett on a rock?
What happens if I release a Diglett on the air?
What happens if I release a Diglett on my bed?

etc.

Uchiha Obito
16th January 2006, 4:59 PM
i doubt in an air battle someone would send out a duglett, let alone a ground type!

ghost master
16th January 2006, 5:01 PM
why is this in the anime and its pointless. At the very least this should be in the pokemon discussion not the anime.

ハルカ and ゴンベ
16th January 2006, 8:08 PM
There is a simple explaination to what would happen: Digda would be released from its Monster Ball...then it will rip a hole in the Universe and the world would collapse.

MarcmenX
16th January 2006, 9:38 PM
good question... who knows! but I for one would not risk it >.>

Lil Brother
16th January 2006, 9:42 PM
There is a simple explaination to what would happen: Digda would be released from its Monster Ball...then it will rip a hole in the Universe and the world would collapse.Dang it, you stole my answer. XP

Auraninja
16th January 2006, 9:43 PM
Someone who has beaten XD could teach Diglett Mimic and he could Mimic their partners Fly. That would be a noble experiment, would anyone partake in this noble experiment?

Eternal Eievui
16th January 2006, 9:43 PM
To cover themselves, the writers would never allow this to happen. They would probably come up with a lame excuse that Diglett "doesn't want to come out because it hates it so high up in the air" or something.

Realistically, Diglett/Dugtrio do have lower features (whether it be legs or whatever). If a Diglett were released in an airplane, it just wouldn't have any place to burrow.

Pika Hikari KT
17th January 2006, 1:42 AM
The answer is the same as 'How many licks does it take to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop?': The world will never know.:p

Or we can use ~Satoshi~'s answer; that'd work too.XD

DragoonS
17th January 2006, 11:03 AM
but in games, for example Fire Red, we can send out a Diglett while surfing or underwater.What happens there?

Evanji Axu
17th January 2006, 12:06 PM
Well...a magic thing of land forms for it to burrow into.

And this is off topic, but you have great taste in women. Lucy is teh hawt!

Yamato-san
17th January 2006, 2:18 PM
my personal theory is that their bottom half is actually slug-like, much like Magmug or Betbeton or whatever, except it has a dirt-like consistency. They use scratching-based attacks with little, sharp rocks that are within this dirt (or claws disguised as tiny rocks, however you'd want to interpret it). Likewise, they can use that to dig underneath themselves.

MaskedManAbsolkid
17th January 2006, 4:06 PM
In the air: If you released any pokemon except flying types or levitating ones, they'd go directly to the ground, not wait up in the air.
On a rock: Their lower half goes inside the rock
Aeroplane: Lower half goes inside the plane, probably why you wouldn't do it in the first place-the plane might crash
On a bed: Probably through the bed.

Overall: I think Diglett's lower half will always be under something.

Krod
17th January 2006, 11:57 PM
The world would implode, lol

Seriously, I think a glob of dirt is always attathced to the bottom

Geki
19th January 2006, 4:07 PM
Diglett would go directly to the ground with a blink of the eye. Who the hell made this thread again?

Mini Apocalypse
20th January 2006, 8:40 PM
maybe.....the lower half of a Diglett has never been show because......the have no pants on!

DragoonS
21st January 2006, 1:58 PM
hey, if the plane crashes when we release a Diglett in an aeroplane, isn't it easy to make planes crashing?Just release a Diglett.

Mini Apocalypse
21st January 2006, 8:14 PM
in theory yes....but why would you want to crash a plain?

Phantom_Bugsy
21st January 2006, 9:42 PM
lol, Diglett terrorists, wut.

It might have its own dirt or something. Idunno. XD

PDL
21st January 2006, 10:07 PM
lIt might have its own dirt or something. Idunno. XD

you mean like it's inside a flower pot or something?

Puffs
22nd January 2006, 4:23 AM
Diglett is a brown phallus with mole claws and root-like tentacles, that's my interpretation

Auraninja
22nd January 2006, 4:43 AM
Someone who has beaten XD could teach Diglett Mimic and he could Mimic their partners Fly. That would be a noble experiment, would anyone partake in this noble experiment?

Yeah, I thought of quoting myself.

But seriously, this would answer our question, you can do the following.

1. Teach Dugtrio Mimic and Swellow Fly.
2. Start a battle, make Swellow use Fly and make Dugtrio use a one-turn attack.
3. Swellow will finish Fly; let Dugtrio Mimic it.
4. Dugtrio uses Fly.

pikadon92
22nd January 2006, 4:43 AM
Digglet might be able the surround itself with dirt and soil, so it looks like as if it 'dug' a hole in the ground.
Or, a digllet is already adapter to the ground, it's body is weak when exposed to air, so its trainer might inplant it in a flower pot-with wheels. or being tied to balloons!

Psychic Venusaur
25th January 2006, 2:58 AM
There is a simple explaination to what would happen: Digda would be released from its Monster Ball...then it will rip a hole in the Universe and the world would collapse.

LOL


The world would implode, lol

Seriously, I think a glob of dirt is always attathced to the bottom

That's basically what I think. I think matter where you send it out, the little patch of dirt will come with it.

Solarbeam
25th January 2006, 5:05 PM
This (http://www.pokesho.com/4/dhiguda.html) could be the answer to all our questions. XD (from Pokésho (http://www.pokesho.com))

No, seriously(really?), it does really seem that Diglett has its own piece of dirt it takes everywhere.

Swifty
25th January 2006, 5:53 PM
in theory yes....but why would you want to crash a plain?
To hold the United States hostage in your latest terrorist oriented agenda to compell U.S. forces to withdraw from the Persian Gulf. Those Diglett are very politically salient.

Atomic Boo
25th January 2006, 6:11 PM
Diglet dig, diglet.... ok, i'll stop now.

I think more to the point is that Diglet is such a mystery, as to its lower half, that we will never find out.
I hate the fact it can learn Areal Ace, who's stupid idea was that?!
My theory is that as its such a fast pokemon, it can move out of the ground and scratch so fast that it is almost invisible to see how it did it.