Talk:List of Ribbons in the games
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)
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!
- A Ribbon awarded for overcoming all difficult challenges
- 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)
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)