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23 July 2015

     21:59  Pokémon Stadium (English)‎‎ (3 changes | history) . . (+917). . [Tiddlywinks‎; SatoMew2‎ (2×)]
     21:59 (cur | prev) . . (+14). . SatoMew2 (Talk | contribs) (Intro)
 m   21:47 (cur | prev) . . (-15). . Tiddlywinks (Talk | contribs) (This is pure trivia... ; There's no good reason to link that there)
     21:34 (cur | prev) . . (+918). . SatoMew2 (Talk | contribs) (Game mechanic changes)
 m   17:07  Berry‎‎ (2 changes | history) . . (0). . [Bunni89‎; Tiddlywinks‎]
 m   17:07 (cur | prev) . . (+2). . Tiddlywinks (Talk | contribs) (Undo revision 2311883 by Bunni89(talk)It may be worth discussion, but for now, if Berries works, then it should be Berries)
 m   16:39 (cur | prev) . . (-2). . Bunni89 (Talk | contribs) (The japanese name for berries could mean either berry or fruit. The individual pages for each berry already say 'fruit' so maybe it should be consistant?)