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I know you've been an editor for a long time, but just want to point out the Preview button. It's a good way to check how an edit looks before actually posting it. Useful to find things like the missing signature you added in one of the edits! CycloneGU (talk) 05:21, 18 May 2015 (UTC)
This link is a nice find. However, why do you believe it is specifically the "Nintendo Space World '97 Mew"? Assuming it did air in 1997 as the uploader claims, there are 3 Mew events it could be: "7th Next Generation World Hobby Fair Mew" in Fukuoka, "Nintendo Space World '97 Mew", and "4th Next Generation World Hobby Fair Mew". Since the first 2 already have OTs listed (and OTs that fit the specific distributions), I would expect the OT you added to be the "4th Next Generation World Hobby Fair Mew". Is there some information indicating which Mew it is that I missed? --SnorlaxMonster 05:55, 1 August 2016 (UTC)
- It aired after the Porygon episode incident (which happened in December 1997, so it might have aired in early 1998 actually). 4th Next Generation World Hobby Fair Mew did not use a Distribution Machine. 7th Next Generation World Hobby Fair Mew OTs are cities where the Event took place. The OT for this Mew is Yoshi, and I'm pretty sure Mario, Peach and Bowser were used as well as possible OTs, both in Nintendo Space World '97 and Nintendo Space World '99, but without a reliable source I'm not adding them to this page. --Froggy25 (talk) 19:11, 3 August 2016 (UTC)