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512 bytes added, 15:49, 8 August 2011
Does the Pokemon look like the world of the monotheism in an English version?
Does an English version write only "Arceus" as a god? Does Pokemon's world (English version) look like the monotheism? [[User:Sawamular101|Sawamular101]] 11:59, 8 August 2011 (UTC)
:I'm not sure what exactly you're trying to say.. But I don't think we should base the whole world's belief on the known Pokemon we have. Here on Earth, are we monotheistic or polytheistic? Neither, because the world is not one. I don't think that Arceus was ever confirmed to be a "god" in the Pokemon games, at least in the english games. The games only stated that Arceus is the "creator" of the world. Big difference. As for Celebi and the others, I have no idea since I don't read Japanese. Also, ''please'' click on the "Show preview" button before pushing the "Save page" button. [[User:Han Ji-Wan|Han Ji-Wan]] 14:10, 8 August 2011 (UTC)
::Thank you for the instruction. I am not insisting by the guess.
::A Japanese version obviously has the element of polytheism. The shrine is called HOKORA(Small Shinto shrine). And, it is explained that a specific Pokemon is KAMI(GOD or spirit).
:: It is a setting that doesn't exist in an English version. I think that it is a big difference related to the world setting if differing from a Japanese version. I am not hostile to the monotheism. [[User:Sawamular101|Sawamular101]] 15:49, 8 August 2011 (UTC)