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Talk:Battle Frontier (dub)

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Either this article or Battle Frontier (dub) needs to be deleted, since they are about the same thing. I recommend keeping Battle Frontier (dub) and renaming it The Power in Your Hands. --PAK Man 01:18, 17 February 2007 (UTC)

Not really deleted, more like just redirected. It gets deleted, it just causes the wanted articles list to go nuts. Tom Temprotran 03:28, 17 February 2007 (UTC)

Title

Actually, the correct title of this is "Battle Frontier". Proof is found here. It's track 14. --PAK Man 02:34, 18 March 2007 (UTC)

I think that this is one of the better openings that PUSA have done but to be honest they didn't do very much with Diamond and Pearl and Battle Dimension is terrible all together.

Noteworthy Trivia?

"This song, along with I Wanna Be a Hero, This Dream, Diamond and Pearl and We Will Carry On! are the only songs in the series that aren't the theme songs of the corresponding movie." So that's 5 songs in 13 movies, or around 40%. If we started making trivia for every time something fell into what is barely a minority, the entire website would be filled with garbage. I'm removing the trivia, but if someone disagrees then we should discuss the matter... Nytik 19:13, 2 February 2011 (UTC)

Extended version

"in the extended version of the opening, they appear on a joker card and dressed up as magicians in the following scene." Is it actually an extended version animation? I know that there was an audio-only extended version released in Pokemon X, and I remember seeing a youtube video of the extended version (which is now deleted), with more footage from Spurt! to fill the extra verse and chorus, but I don't think it was official. --Caciulacdlac (talk) 19:43, 28 May 2014 (UTC)