Difference between revisions of "Talk:Sevii Islands"

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Lot's of people read the signposts, they just beleive (correctly) that it's just a nickname. People also think it's called one island not just because of the name in the upper-left corner, but because the sea-gallop says it is taking you to "one island" and because they don't see why they would name a town one island. Why '''would''' they name a "stupid little town" one island when it is so obviously not a island? Also two people are not the entirity of the comunity, nor do they speak for nintendo who happened to make the game and desided to number the sevii islands. Also, will you quit comparing this to the japanese names problem? As far as I know, they do not call them Knot island and so on in japan, they call them the same names (in japanese of course) and until you give me an example of a contry where they do call them that, shut up! [[User:Noname|Noname]] I just brought up the PMD thing because nobody seems to have worked on it much dispite it coming out almost a week ago.
:No they don't. Plenty pass right through towns without bothering to read them since now the "where am I?" is answered by the popup thing.
:The Seagallop also says it's taking you to [[Vermilion City]], not to Kanto. That point is moot, it tells what ''city'' you're going to.
:As far as you know. Well the name had to come from somewhere! Unfortunately, I don't have FR or LG in any language other than English, so I can't do anything about it. And here's an example of a country where the islands are called by name (not the cities, the ISLANDS, remember): the United States. The United Kingdom. Australia, here we come! '''[[User:TTEchidna|<span style="color:#FF0000">''TTE''</span>]][[User talk:TTEchidna|chidna]]''' 00:00, 27 April 2008 (UTC)
 
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