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* Sinnoh has an [[List of locations by index number (Generation IV)|index number location]] programmed into [[Generation IV]] for it, despite the fact that all Sinnoh locations are programmed into the games already. This index location is at #2006, which coincidentally, was the Japanese release of Sinnoh's first games, {{game|Diamond and Pearl|s}}. This does not happen for the other three regions programmed in (i.e. Kanto is 2003, not 1996; Johto is 2004, not 1999; and Hoenn is 2005, not 2002). This data is unused during normal gameplay (i.e. without hacking); Pokémon from Sinnoh traded to a game taking place in Johto display their normal "met at" area, much like Pokémon from [[Kanto]] do when traded to Emerald.
* Sinnoh has been shown to have more [[Shiny Pokémon]] inhabiting it than any other region featured in the [[List of alternately colored Pokémon in the anime#Shiny Pokémon|anime]] with a total of seven; [[Austin#Dustox|Dustox]], {{p|Metagross}}, [[Narissa#Ditto 2|Ditto]], {{OBP|Legendary beasts|M13|Raikou, Entei, Suicune}}, and {{p|Ariados}}.
* The {{wp|Demonym|adjectival form}} of Sinnoh is "Sinnohan", as shown in the description for an assortment of [[Poffin]]s being sold by [[{{DL|Royal Avenue|Thrifty Megamart]]}} in {{gpkmn|Sun and Moon|Pokémon Sun, Moon}}, {{pkmn|Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon|Ultra Sun, and Ultra Moon}}.
==In other languages==
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==See also==