He is green, as anyone who actually knows Pokémon will tell you.
We go by Bulbapedia’s listing of color groupings, and if they’re wrong, so be it. If you’re going to be a completely condescending asshole about it, that’s your choice.
I completely agree with Michael. Bulbapedia lists Pokemon by color by their listing in the Pokedex, so you’ll have to take that up with Nintendo. It’s really unnecessary for you to be rude.
This list is what we refer to, and it reflects the Pokédex information from every Pokémon game ever made. I understand why that would be confusing, but you can’t argue with what’s official. Check your sources before you tell a group of dedicated Pokémon fans that they don’t “actually know Pokémon.”
We just follow the list. Plus, if you dig back to some old Sugimori artwork, you can find official artwork where Snorlax is black. Stuff changes.
I was just wondering how you did the math for how many possible splicings there are? I think you might be counting self-pairings as well, but I might be wrong. Also, is there a list of all that you’ve done?
There isn’t really a list of what we’ve done thus far, but we’ve basically been splicing Bulbasaur with every Pokemon in order of their National Pokedex number. Last Pokemon was Glaceon, so we’ve got a few more sets and then we’ll be done with Sinnoh.
To check out all of the official splices we’ve done (as opposed to requests) check out this tag. It should also give you an idea as to our progress.