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Pokémon Adventures Moves, Items and Places
:I think moves might be neat. Places too, but arguably that's already taken care of in the infobox in the top-right of the page.
:Items...just seems pretty trivial to me. But IDK, maybe it could be alright too. [[User:Tiddlywinks|Tiddlywinks]] ([[User talk:Tiddlywinks|talk]]) 08:14, 19 January 2016 (UTC)
::Here's my personnal point of view on every type of content (please don't take my word too seriously, I am very unexperimented here):
:::They are most of the time specified when a trainer ask his Pokémon to do so. Sometimes, when a wild Pokémon is fighting, no moves are announced.
:::For example: in Pokémon Adventures Volume 1 Chapter 1 (PS001), a wild Mew attacks and damages Red's Poliwhirl. I had to go through all of Mew's moves, I,ve come to the conclusion that only Psychic could be the one since it's the only Gen 1 (Red's time) that deals damage. Is it too far-fetched in assumption? If yes, what should we do? Mention that it's most-lileky an electric move due to the sparks or not mention anything? After all, the Pokémon did attack.
:::They are in fact trivial, but picture this, you are looking at a random chapter, in this very same chapter you see that a Master Ball was used (or shown). This can be a major information. (just my opinion)
:::Maybe it would be better to mention the chapter in the item's pages maybe? I don't know.
:::The main place of the chapter is written in the infobox, that's true, but there's often more that only one place. Pokémon Adventures Volume 1 Chapter 1 (PS001) takes place in Pallet Town, but also in the forest around it, which is cannonly mentionned in the manga itself.
::Anyway, these were my thoughts on the subject. Let me know what you guys think. :) [[User:MannedTooth|MannedTooth]] ([[User talk:MannedTooth|talk]]) 08:32, 19 January 2016 (UTC)