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Pokémon Forever

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If you were looking for the the fourth Pokémon movie known as "Pokémon 4Ever", see M04.
If you were looking for the the third Korean opening theme, see Pokémon Forever (song).

Pokémon Forever was "an English language hobby and fan site developed and maintained by Meowth346." It was one of the oldest English language fan sites in continuous existence, dating back to January 1, 1999.

Pokémon Forever used to have an ezboard forum, but it was closed as the activity reached unmanageable heights.

Pokémon Forever is also known in the Japanese Pokémon fan community as ポケモンフォーエバー, and was occasionally used as a source for sprite images.

As of July 2005, Pokémon Forever has closed. Its Pokédex was available for some time thereafter, but has since stopped working. The main site itself has been replaced with a personal site for Meowth346, which includes Pokémon-related downloads.

Chris Fritz, or Meowth346, was the owner of Pokémon Forever until closing the site in July of 2005. He was regarded as one of the foremost experts on game mechanics, and had been a fan of Pokémon since 1996, when Pokémon Red and Green were first released.

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