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Please stop. You've been reverted by 2 administrators already. The next one can get you banned. If you disagree with a reversion, then discuss it on the talk page. Repeatedly reverting staff or anyone is considered edit warring which is another way to get yourself banned. —♥ Jellotalk 01:25, 20 April 2011 (UTC)
- Re:your email. Question: Is what you are adding, a difference between male and female Mew? No? So therefore it should not go in the Gender Differences section. Question 2: Can genderless Pokémon, such as Magnemite, reproduce? Then how is Mew reproducing an indication that it is female and not genderless? Pokémon breeding has been shown to be very different to real-world breeding, so real-world 'mechanics' can't be applied to Pokémon-world breeding. Finally, Games =/= Anime. In the games, neither Mew nor Lugia can reproduce. In the anime that is clearly not possible, as multiple individuals of the same species have been seen. Different media are inherently different. Restrictions and exceptions cannot be carried over from one to the other. Werdnae (talk) 01:53, 20 April 2011 (UTC)
It is worthy of note because it presents a contradiction to the generalization that legendary pokemon cannot reproduce, and if this is noted on Lugia's page it should be noted on Mew's page. If you don't think it appropriate to be listed under gender differences then I would like your permission to add it at the bottom under trivia, if that is alright.
According to the Talk page policy, under "Talk page etiquette", responding to conversations older than 6 months is unacceptable. "Please check the dates of a discussion before you reply to it. Unless there is good reason for revitalizing an old conversation, comments on sections older than six months old will be removed. This is because by this point the problems cited will have been cleared up." Please commit this to your memory and don't start an edit war. Thanks. ★Jo the Marten★ ಠ_ಠ 02:21, 20 April 2011 (UTC)
- To reply to your email: Stuff like that really belongs in the trivia to be honest. Ditto is genderless but it can (obviously) breed. So Mew isn't that unique. :P But whether your comment is important, relevant, announcing the cure for all the world's sickness, anything, it should still follow the Talk page policy. ★Jo the Marten★ ಠ_ಠ 08:05, 20 April 2011 (UTC)
- Why was my entry on Mew's talk page removed? Isn't it against bulbapedia policy to remove talk entries? I tried to use your personal contact channel but it wouldn't let me post. - unsigned comment from Nokota (talk • contribs)