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- Filb.de -- Well known in the English community.
- Willow Haze -- No clue. Will inquire.
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- Pokémon Aaah! -- "The" Fake Card site, now defunct. (i.e. historical reasons) - 振霖T 20:28, 22 Aug 2005 (CDT)
If "well known" is a particular reason, I don't see a problem. I suppose Pokemonexperte ist the best-known German fan-page and in the German community. It is "the" German fanpage. And I think (I know it is that way) there are also many Germans visiting Bulbapedia. I don't want Bulbapedia to be a "advertising space", but I don't think there is anything wrong about an article of the most popular fan-site in one of the top 10 languages by native speakers and the most-spoken european language. --Mr. Moon 02:38, 23 Aug 2005 (CDT)
The Filb-Wiki is quite young ... it's ten days "old". And it does not offer any articels about fan-pages. There is no de:Filb.de, no de:Bulbapedia, simply no articles on fan-sites. I did not want to create an article about a "rival" without an existing article about Filb.de itself. But I would do, if there was an article about Filb.de or any other fan-sites --Mr. Moon 04:03, 23 Aug 2005 (CDT
After discussing with Filb about the notability of this site, I believe this article can stay. But if I didn't know about it before, it still counts quite badly against your notability. - 振霖T 10:47, 23 Aug 2005 (CDT)
Since the creating of Pokefans.net, Pokemonexperte is dying. --CitruX 02:41, 15 February 2010 (UTC)