Difference between revisions of "Talk:Sevii Islands"

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Yes, the pop up thing usualy answers they're questions, but a lot would be mildly curious enough to read the signposts. Also, your point is moot, because Kanto is a huge country and the islands are quite smaller then that. And they aren't even as large as cities, but whatever. I still can't beleive we're argueing over something as obvious as its name. I mean really, do you really think nintendo would be so convulated as to give it as secret name at a place where "few bother to read it"? Wouldn't they go streight out and tell us what its name is? And why would they name a city "one island"? That's just stupid. Will you please stop trying to insist that it's named something it's not, and just accept it simply a nickname? [[User:Noname|Noname]]
:Why would they name a city "One Island"? Same reason why it's "Cerulean City". What's the difference between naming it a number and naming it a color?
:As for the size, the islands are most certainly larger than cities. Maybe not Goldenrod-sized, but certainly comparable to Violet and Ecruteak.
:And for the names, don't forget that Nintendo mentioned a grand total of ONE time in Generation I the name of the region RBY took place in, and even then it was only in Japanese versions! Talk about secret.
:I'm only insisting that that's their names because, uh duh, that's their names. Why would they name an ''island'' One Island? Knot Island makes more sense. Plus, remember, Navel and Birth are part of the Sevii Islands, the old woman in Seven Island town proves it, saying "It's not because there's seven (because there isn't), it's because they were made in a week according to legend". '''[[User:TTEchidna|<span style="color:#FF0000">''TTE''</span>]][[User talk:TTEchidna|chidna]]''' 05:08, 30 April 2008 (UTC)
 
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