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Question: Are the titles "Hero", "Heroine", etc '''ever''' used in-game? The only reason I titled those images like that was to give them some kind of a name. I had no idea what they were called at the time. I see Prince in Mystery Doors of the Magical Land, but it's a part of Nate's name. [[User:Ataro|Ataro]] ([[User talk:Ataro|talk]]) 13:04, 9 October 2012 (UTC)
 
Question: Are the titles "Hero", "Heroine", etc '''ever''' used in-game? The only reason I titled those images like that was to give them some kind of a name. I had no idea what they were called at the time. I see Prince in Mystery Doors of the Magical Land, but it's a part of Nate's name. [[User:Ataro|Ataro]] ([[User talk:Ataro|talk]]) 13:04, 9 October 2012 (UTC)
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:Feel free to remove them, but remember to correct the pages. Technically Nate is Riolu-Boy with Rosa being Riolu-Girl and Pop Roxie is Riolu-Man. --[[User:Abcboy|Abcboy]] ([[User talk:Abcboy|talk]]) 03:29, 10 October 2012 (UTC)

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Question: Are the titles "Hero", "Heroine", etc ever used in-game? The only reason I titled those images like that was to give them some kind of a name. I had no idea what they were called at the time. I see Prince in Mystery Doors of the Magical Land, but it's a part of Nate's name. Ataro (talk) 13:04, 9 October 2012 (UTC)

Feel free to remove them, but remember to correct the pages. Technically Nate is Riolu-Boy with Rosa being Riolu-Girl and Pop Roxie is Riolu-Man. --Abcboy (talk) 03:29, 10 October 2012 (UTC)