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I'm sorry, but I had to delete that signature template you created. Signature templates are not allowed on Bulbapedia according to our signature policy. If you want a customized signature, you're going to have to hard-code it into your preferences. --Shiningpikablu252 03:56, 25 September 2009 (UTC)

Do AI trainers not reset their positions in Gen 1?

There appears to be a softlock on Kanto Route 25 as seen in the first method here. I’m trying to replicate it on 3DS VC but the trainers don’t seem to reset their positions after I save and reset. Was this just a myth all along? Many people on YouTube claim that they experienced this when they were younger so I figured I should ask.

Pikmin 3 Wii U 02:08, 5 May 2023 (UTC)

I tried it many years ago and I'm sure the trainer positions don't reset after a game reset, if they would you could stand on top of a trainer after a game reset. But that video you linked is very strange, I don't see any edits of any kind. --Dr. James (tell me) 17:54, 28 May 2023 (UTC)