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Hitomoshi's name actually comes from the Japanese word 火点し (hitomoshi) which means to light a lamp, or the person who leads a funeral procession in Japan with a torch, which goes into play with it's Pokédex entry saying it leads people astray and then sucks out their life force. :) {{unsigned|Gimmetokyo}}
 
Hitomoshi's name actually comes from the Japanese word 火点し (hitomoshi) which means to light a lamp, or the person who leads a funeral procession in Japan with a torch, which goes into play with it's Pokédex entry saying it leads people astray and then sucks out their life force. :) {{unsigned|Gimmetokyo}}
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== Anime contradicts Pokémon games ==
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[[File:Litwick anime.png|230px|right]] In the anime, we all see that Litwick has a mouth. However, in Pokédex 3D, it shows that Litwick has a nose instead of a mouth. So, what's the point?
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Revision as of 13:20, 6 August 2011

Hitomoshi's name origin.

Hitomoshi's name actually comes from the Japanese word 火点し (hitomoshi) which means to light a lamp, or the person who leads a funeral procession in Japan with a torch, which goes into play with it's Pokédex entry saying it leads people astray and then sucks out their life force. :) - unsigned comment from Gimmetokyo (talkcontribs)

Anime contradicts Pokémon games

Litwick anime.png
In the anime, we all see that Litwick has a mouth. However, in Pokédex 3D, it shows that Litwick has a nose instead of a mouth. So, what's the point?

tumblr_lmwfklKPpO1ql843mo1_500.gif