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Talk:List of Ribbons in the games

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I've created this page as an alternative listing of ribbons appearing in the Pokémon games. Where the ribbons article lists ribbons by geographical location, list of ribbons is a straight list of ribbons in the Generation IV game data, by index number. It includes ribbons which cannot be obtained in-game. It follows the tradition of other alternative lists, including lists of Pokémon, which lists Pokémon by several different ways, and list of items. I intend to extend the list with the inclusion of in-game descriptions for all ribbons. --JDigital 00:45, 18 July 2010 (UTC)

Can you (or anyone else) make it look more like an article and less like an infodump? —darklordtrom 01:00, 18 July 2010 (UTC)

Gift Ribbons

Country, National, Earth and World Ribbon give literally no text* (heck, it doesn't override "RIBBONS X") in Generation III*. However, some of dump text is... exactly the same!

National
A Ribbon awarded for overcoming all difficult challenges
Earth
A Ribbon awarded for winning 100 matches in a row.
World and Country
Pokémon League Champion Ribbon.
Dump text
RIBBON awarded for clearing all difficulties (III)/A Ribbon awarded for overcoming all difficult challenges. (IV)
Difficulty-clearing Commemorative RIBBON (III)/A Ribbon awarded for overcoming difficult challenges. (IV)
100-straight Win Commemorative RIBBON (III)/A Ribbon awarded for winning 100 matches in a row. (IV)
POKÉMON LEAGUE CUP CHAMPION RIBBON (III)/Pokémon League Champion Ribbon (IV)

What's your opinion on all this? On unrelated note, I have Japanese names for the missing ribbons (though I still need to check Generation IV for Souvenir, Wish and Event Ribbon [then called by different names], just in case the name change was also in Japanese games) Marked +-+-+ (talk) 15:40, 4 December 2012 (UTC)

Japanese names.

Special, Battle Champion, Regional Champion, National Champion and World Champion. I'll send Souvenir/Festival and Wishing/Carnival (and Event/History if needed) after checking Generation IV names.Marked +-+-+ (talk) 20:32, 8 December 2012 (UTC) PS. One, two, and three. The changes also occurred in Japanese games. Marked +-+-+ (talk) 22:29, 8 December 2012 (UTC)