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Talk:Seagallop Ferries

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Sorry to contradict your article but I think the number refers to the destination. 2 goes between islands one, two and three. 3 goes between islands four and five. 5 goes between islands six and seven. 6 goes between the 3 maps or groups of the Sevaii islands and 7 goes from Vermillion to any island and vise versa. I think the others go to the other islands like Birth island. Also a sailor in the seven island pokemon centre says that there are at least ten ships. Psycho Mick 16:28, 18 April 2009 (UTC)

Seagallop ferries VS. Seagallop ferry

What's the deal with this move proposal? Also, we need to talk about the Hi-Speed element too.

When the player is about to travel on a Seagallop ferry, the sailor says the following:

All right!
All aboard SEAGALLOP HI-SPEED {FD02}!

Seagallop Hi-Speed 7 seems to be the one that travels between Vermilion City and the seven Sevii Islands as well as between the seven Sevii Islands (and vice-versa), while Seagallop Hi-Speed 10 and 12 travel to Navel Rock and Birth Island (respectively?) and back instead. SatoMew 23:25, 25 October 2012 (UTC)

Article titles are in singular. (e.g. Ability not Abilities) --Abcboy (talk) 23:29, 25 October 2012 (UTC)
After checking the MOS, I see that that is the rule. Given that, then go ahead and move the article. Just remember that the word ferry is not meant to be capitalized since it's not in-game. And don't forget to update the links on other articles. SatoMew 21:04, 26 October 2012 (UTC)
Please hold off on the moving of the page until a decision has been reached about what the exact title should be, because of the hi-speed factor (what the ferries are referred to in-game). Lady Ariel 21:32, 26 October 2012 (UTC)
Don't worry, we're patient. And it's not like it's really urgent to move the article right now. SatoMew 00:20, 27 October 2012 (UTC)