Difference between revisions of "Talk:Sevii Islands"

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:Why would they name a city "X Island"? Look at Kanto. Where's Blaine's Gym? It's not Cinnabar City. It's Cinnabar Island. The TCG screwed that up, but the Gym is on Cinnabar Island, a ''city'' that happens to be on an island, just like all of them in the Sevii Islands.
:And Mt. Ember is part of ''Knot Island''. One Island is the town. And let's see, ''how many'' agreed with me on their names being Knot, Boon, Kin, Floe, Chrono, Fortune, Quest, Navel, Birth and not One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven, Navel, Birth? Sevii Isle 8 and 9 are even beta areas, proving that ''the number names are for separate things'', at least in the English-language versions. What's the Japanese text on the signposts, does anyone know? '''[[User:TTEchidna|<span style="color:#FF0000">''TTE''</span>]][[User talk:TTEchidna|chidna]]''' 18:09, 1 May 2008 (UTC)
::It is called Cinnabar Island instead of Cinnabar City because first off, it isn't much of a city. Just a pokemon center, gym, and a laboratory. Second, that's ALL there is. Just the island and no other landmarks. In the sevii islands, the main part is named after the island because that's where you dock off when you sail to '''One island''' and such, and the other parts are named after the landmarks, but it's still part of the islands. It is utterly rediculous to think that the cities are named after the islands, because they are cities, not islands. That is common sence. [[User:Noname|Noname]] (Sorry it took so long to reply, your post just seemed too easy to argue that I sorta put it off for a while)
== Name origin? ==