I have removed the stub from this, I think it's a decent enough article at the moment. The only thing it really needs is a movie poster I think, but I can't find any big enough. Any objections to this? - Ferret 02:34, 26 Jun 2005 (UTC)
Should we edit Latios's synopsis to include the English names (and correct some grammar issues)? --Argy 04:11, 17 Jul 2005 (UTC)
Well, there are two issues: 1) Has he given us permission to post it here, or did he write it specifically for Serebii.net? and 2) Is he allowing us to edit his work? --Argy 15:16, 17 Jul 2005 (UTC)
2 is not an issue. If it's on the 'pedia, it is allowed to be edited. 1 I cannot comment on, due to issues with copyright work appearing on 'Pedia. If he doesn't want it here, we must take it down. Alternatively, internet copyright laws are weird as hell, and while I won't go into a legal discourse the entire situation is very "iffy" from copyright standpoints (of who owns what.) evkl 22:23, 17 Jul 2005 (UTC)
I'm all for having the synopsis on the 'pedia, but please be aware of the disclaimer that Serebii's Pokemon Page puts on all it's such works:
OK. To Avoid the current hassles there is this disclaimer for those Who want to use it without permission: You shall not post this on anywhere for public use You shall not sell this for public use Do not replicate and forward without permission Do not claim this is yours Do Not Translate it into your languange and claim ownership
So there you go. A user could easily paraphrase and cite Altomare Latio's article without stealing his hard work. Serebii does have the right to claim ownership... but at the same time, it's not copyrighted, so... Someone get this worked out, OK?--ANinyMouse 00:36, 18 Jul 2005 (UTC)
No matter what Serebii says, unless he can show us legal papers proving that Xeno has in fact transferred his copyright to Serebii, then Xeno has the legal right to reproduce and re-license his work as he pleases. As far as I know, Xeno has agreed to do this particular piece for free for anyone to use if they asked. As far as I know, Archaic has asked. So therefore: it's fine. - 振霖T 08:14, 18 Jul 2005 (UTC)
Sounds great =) --ANinyMouse 00:43, 19 Jul 2005 (UTC)
Furthermore, I could strongly debate whether a website (not a person) can actually own any piece of information. If it's not copyrighted to an entity (corporation, foundation, individual, partenership, etc.), it may not be copyrighted at all, especially with how international copyright works.
Can someone please define how Woopert vandalized this page and why Ryan's edits needed reverted?
I don't think either was justified... evkl 19:38, 14 December 2005 (CST)
- As GoldChaos mentioned on the IMDb is the only source for that movie's Japanese PG-12 rating. As for the Lucario movie, IMDb has no page on it and Movie Tome (a source he constantly praises) only provides a Y7-FV rating. Besides, aren't both of these movies entirely too tame for a PG-12 rating? ,
- I'd also like you to see the talk page and history of this movie's Wikipedia article, to see for yourself what Ryanasaurus has posted there. The way he keeps restoring edits by various anonymous users (and vice-versa) that I and others have reverted suggests to me that those anonymous users might actually be his sock puppets. Woopert 20:58, 14 December 2005 (CST)
Orudoran (Castle) needs to be replaced with Cameron (Palace). Wave-guiding hero is now Aura Guardian, according to the back of the American DVD. --20:54, 14 September 2006 (UTC)
Aaron: The first human seen dying?
There, first protagonist human dying, that fixes it, I hope. ♥Glalies♥
- Ash. TTEchidna
- Oh, well I haven't seen the movie in a LONG time. I have it on video though...--Theryguy512 11:00, 19 March 2008 (UTC)
- Well, tey turned him into stone, which I guess is the same thing as killing him...--Theryguy512 11:17, 19 March 2008 (UTC)
neither of them TECHNICALLY die, their aura is still there and therefore they are still alive, of sorts. and it mentions that he is in suspended animation, and in theory that is not permanent. then again, the tree absorbs them. but wont the aura/auma(not sure which) still be there?--Ben7229 20:43, 3 November 2009 (UTC)
Okay, synopsis means a brief summary. This goes the same for the ninth and tenth movie.
There are several Pokémon toys at the Tree of Beginning, but one that stands out somehow is the Lapras music box that plays the tune used for Sing in anime and games. --Johans 04:56, 19 March 2008 (UTC)
According to Eric Stuart's website he says he provided the voice of Bonsly in this movie Livinlarge18 19:31, 5 July 2008 (UTC)
I noticed an error in the movie
In the scene,where Mew spun Meowth around. The Meowth that talked was Mew,and Meowth made the generic Meowth meows. Lovely Rose 17:32, 3 February 2009 (UTC)
I noticed one too, in the scene where Lucario is released from the staff, his hind paws are blue instead of black. Noctowlwinds 23:08, 3 October 2009 (UTC)
- No.--RexRacer 01:05, 6 April 2009 (UTC)
May it be considered a giant pokemon? It was a lot bigger than Ash's and the ones in staravia's evolution episode.Kamus, the kpo... 00:56, 5 August 2009 (UTC)
When Ash was outside of Kidd's van, and says Pikachu out to the Tree of Beginnings, I noticed that you can see that Ash said it with DICTION. Could we say that this is the first time that a character in the Anime is seen pronouncing a word correctly? Gabecounts112594 21:52, 29 May 2012
Cameo appearance: Unova?
There is a scene as it shows the telephone transmission from phone to satellite to tower in Manhatten/Unova.
- That's more of an opinion with the Unova part. PattyMan 17:24, 23 February 2013 (UTC)
- Still I think it is a noteworthy portion to add into Trivia;
- They showcased a possible Unova (primarily Castelia)/Manhatten Cameo even before GEN VI.
Also, I'm not good with this replying thing--. Theslayer (talk) 08:22, 24 February 2013 (UTC)