Difference between revisions of "Talk:Sevii Islands"

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:Not part of the original seven as well? Ha! They're in the middle of the fricking maps. That's like saying Southern Island isn't part of Hoenn.
:They stay at their current names. There's no reason for them to be moved, and if anyone searches [[One Island]] notice that they get a disambiguation page anyway, which they would even if the pages were at their numeral names. '''[[User:TTEchidna|<span style="color:#FF0000">''TTE''</span>]][[User talk:TTEchidna|chidna]]''' 00:14, 1 May 2008 (UTC)
Oh it was still Kanto, there just wasn't any reason to call it that. I should point out that Kanto means "east" and Johto means "west". And if you think about it, you'll realize that the numbers are obviously meant to refer to the islands. Also, you seem to be avoiding the greatest hole in your theory; WHY WOULD THEY NAME A CITY AN ISLAND?!!! I don't know what you're talking about with that new bark town thing, but we should move the pages to their numbered forms and simply add a note about the nicknames. Now about the event islands, while they appear in the region of the sevii isles, that does not make them their own islands, complete with number. After all, there are several islands separated from the main landmass that are still considered part of the islands (ex; mt. ember is still part of one island). And there is plenty of reason to move them, after all they are the names most (not all, you don't) people use when referring to the islands, and some people wouldn't know which island you were talking about when they see something like boon island on a page. By all means, keep the nicknames, but as nothing more then a redirect and a small note on each page. [[User:Noname|Noname]]
== Name origin? ==