Talk:Puff Up

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OK, since Jigglypuff is a POKEMON, we can ASSUME she performs a POKEMON move from a POKEMON game, true? Am I right?--Oxico 09:40, February 2, 2008 (EST)

no assumptions. have you ever seen a Pokemon attack that makes a Pokemon temporarily grow to gigantic sizes? methinks it's purely for Brawl, like Luigi's bizarre FS. FyreNWater - (TalkContributions ) 19:37, February 2, 2008 (EST)
If I recall, there was a move called "Expand" in the TCG, and I think Jigglypuff or Wigglytuff could use it. That's my best guess. The Inker 00:09, February 3, 2008 (EST)
that's pretty bizarre. i guess we'll just go with the fact that not everyone can do their FS in their own games. Link never attacks with the Triforce, Ness can't learn PK Starstorm, Falco and Wolf never use a Landmaster, etc. FyreNWater - (TalkContributions ) 01:17, February 3, 2008 (EST)
Actually they can and do in Assault.Gargomon251?
My assumption comes from the fact that since Pikachu uses a Pokemon move as a FS, that, you know, other Pokemon would. Trainer's FS is auctually all Pokemon moves, just together in one shot called Triple Finish. Lucario is a mystery case as of now (I think it is Hyper beam), so I assumed the aforementioned. And another thing: Wigglytuff uses body slam. When she does, she doubles her size. So, maybe with the POWER of a Smash ball (joking), using Body Slam causes Jigglypuff to grow real big. Who knows. I don't.--Oxico 07:21, February 3, 2008 (EST)
I think it's Hypervoice. Granted, the expanding doesn't happen, but the yell at the end of the smash seems to be it. One could argue that the expanding was just a play on Jiggs' balloon qualities or something. But, we'll just have to wait to be sure. Shouldn't be too long till the Dojo updates with her anyways.
I think it's not a true attack per se so much as it is a natural ability. Just because pikachu can't learn Mega Kick doesn't mean it can't F-tilt.Gargomon251 14:57, February 11, 2008 (EST) (Mario66 22:24, February 10, 2008 (EST))

Jigglypuff does NOT learn hyper voice! ~Crystal_Lucario 07:02, February 11, 2008 (EST)

Yes it absolutely does. Gargomon251 14:57, February 11, 2008 (EST)

I have dissovered something. This might just be me, but I figure if your are below Jigglypuff when she bounces at the peak of her growth, you take no damage, just the knockback. If you are to the side of Giant Jigglypuff, the Hyper Voice (seems right to me!) goes into affect, and you take the damage as well. Anyway else see that?--Oxico 18:23, February 12, 2008 (EST)

Qim1 (talk) 18:35, 11 April 2009 (EST)I think that instead of having a whole section on the glitch, we should link it to the jigglypuff glitch page

name?[edit]

source for the official name or it's being moved back to a generic page. FyreNWater - (TalkContributions ) 10:27, 29 February 2008 (UTC)

Anime?[edit]

In the 72nd episode of the Pokemon anime, The Ancient Puzzle Of Pokemonopolis, a giant Jigglypuff saves the day. This giant Jigglypuff was summoned from a large bell by a smaller Jigglypuff's song and did not come from a transformation. It also had strange tribal markings all over its body, unlike Jigglypuff's Final Smash. Nevertheless, this is the only occurring giant Jigglypuff in the series and it's a fact that the anime has inspired several elements of Smash representation, such as voice actors, Pikachu's inclusion (based on its rampant popularity through the anime) and the mention of Ash Ketchum in the Pokemon Trainer trophy. I think it's worth mentioning in the article as a possible origin. It's certainly the first thing I thought of when I first saw that Final Smash.Gamtos (talk) 16:07, 1 June 2016 (EDT)

Way too much of a stretch. Miles (talk) 17:34, 1 June 2016 (EDT)