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Comments on Charmander, the Stray Pokémon
Comments on Here Comes the Squirtle Squad
Capitalize move names properly. ThunderShock, not Thundershock or thundershock, though they redirect correctly. Also, make sure not to confuse their/they're/there, and don't give Pokémon definitive genders unless there's no doubt of it. For example, yes, I also think Ash's Squirtle and Pikachu are male, but you never know... Meowth, however, is undoubtedly a male. TTEchidna 07:10, 7 September 2007 (UTC)
- That's an old habit of mind, and it's hard to break. I know Pokémon weren't even considered with genders back then, but I usually end up basing my gender calls on how their voices sound. Right or wrong, I just call them like I see them. Also, I don't add links to anything in my synopsies, so any links added are not mine. Oh, and "Thundershock" is actually the way it's spelled in the games.
Comments on Pokémon Fashion Flash
Comments on Do I Hear a Ralts?
Comments on Christmas Night
Comments on Kanga Games
Comments on Winter Games
About you crediting.
I know you are trying to be helpful by crediting yourself, but what's the point? A lot like Wikipedia, Bulbapedia isn't credited by a one person, it's credited by many. Anyone could edit at any time (if they have account here) to fix stuff here and there. So if we all signed our names, it would be easy to see a long list, but hard to read the important text, if you see what I mean. TheBlazikenMaster 13:52, 7 September 2007 (UTC)
- Yeah, I see what you mean. I guess it's mostly because I want to leave an easy mark on each page so people can comment on the synopsies I write. It's also so people can see any other synopsies I've done. I try to keep the credit small and unobtrusive, but if it's a problem, I can take them off.