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Could you clarify why you reverted my edit? - unsigned comment from Impossible (talk • contribs)
Anime move images
I'd really appreciate if you did not change all the move images for the anime section to HD only images. Being HD doesn't make them more superior than non-HD ones. Since the time the anime began, certain moves have gone through many transitions. The former look of the move has just as much of a right to be shown on the template as the newer ones. Having a template only show the move in one variant isn't fair to those who have not watched the anime and have not seen what the move looked like before . Thanks for reading. --ケンジのガール 03:28, 23 July 2012 (UTC)
- Move articles should also have images that aren't in any other article, if possible. That's why Flamethrower article has images of Ash's Monferno and Darumaka instead of Ash's Infernape and Iris's Dragonite.--電禅Den Zen 11:40, 26 July 2012 (UTC)