Undo revision 3116553 by PokéSean (talk)This is very obvious. Of course they wouldn't have names that you would otherwise call them had you chose them.
* The list of default names per gender generally repeats from game to game, starting in Pokémon Crystal. Exceptions to this are character-specific names, which are names unique to a character and are usually references to the title or aspects of the game.
* Until [[Generation V]], the given Japanese names of the male player characters in the [[core series]] games (as NPCs) all end in ''ki'' ('''キ'''). This excludes Red's appearance in Generations II and IV, as he is not a player character during the games when he is an NPC. Inclusively, Lunick's Japanese name also ends in ''ki''.