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1,093 bytes added, 04:02, 20 January 2010
*[ Included on the list here.]
There's more, but you asked only for one, so this should already be more than enough. But here's a little bonus, on that site you linked before... [ ohay, now what is that last one on the page here??] <span style="border: 2px dotted #FFBBDD;">[[User:Umeko|<span style="color:#FF99CC;">梅子</span>]][[User talk:Umeko|<span style="color:#CCDDFF;"><sup>❄</sup></span>]][[Special:Contributions/Umeko|<span style="color:#CCDDFF;"><sub>❅</sub></span>]]</span>
Smart girl. You actually thought to search for its Japanese name. However, I'll point out why none of these sites are valid examples.
#Yes, "Denryu" is mentioned, but Denryu itself was never rumored in the form of a code. You'll note that Denryu is mentioned on many sites, the majority of which were actually documenting the release of Gold and Silver. Just because some people stuck to old habits and used the term "PokéGod" doesn't mean that's what they necessarily meant.
#One of the latter-day lists which includes several Pokemon (note, ''Pokémon'', not PokéGods) created by the Pokemon Factory. (See number 4)
#A site last updated near 2005, over five years ''after'' the PokéGod phenomenon. Latter-day references don't count.
#The Pokémon Factory specialized in making fake Pokémon, ''not'' PokéGods. They never intended to fool anyone, and in fact made it a part of their mission statement then and now that they were for fun or gags.
As you can see, none of those sites are valid references. Try again, if you so choose. [[User:Redstar|Redstar]] 04:02, 20 January 2010 (UTC)