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Could someone who knows Japanese and English please translate the move description? I'm guessing most of the visitors (and most likely members) cannot read Japanese. Either that or get one of the Birthday Eevee/Umbreon/Sylveon on a Japanese save and trade it to an English save. I've got the general gist from Google Translate, which says "Pokemon is willing to celebrate about you happy even if I take it". Obviously, online translators aren't the best, so I'd reckon the page would need either a human translator or the game's description.
Just one more thing: is it possible to start a new game in Japanese now that you can select the language and get Japanese events, or is it still region-locked? Like, "this is an Australian/American/European version of the game so you can't get Japan events"? PokeMaster99999 (talk) 09:52, 14 November 2013 (UTC)
- Translated for now. It would be nice if someone could get one (cloned, I would imagine) in a game displaying in English and see what the English name and description are really supposed to be. (I don't have X/Y.)
- A small note: I read something that suggests there's a special effect of some sort on your birthday, but it was very coy and didn't say what exactly, so I can't tell whether it's referring to the battle text message (and if the message actually only appears on your birthday, that should be noted) or something else entirely. The two videos I've seen both had the message, but one was also uploaded on the same day as (and only a few minutes of game time earlier than) a video showing a birthday celebration at the in-game Pokemon Center.
- (And afaik the language option only affects text display and your game is still whatever region you bought. But again, I don't have X/Y. Either way, the birthday Pokemon are gotten at Japanese Pokemon Center stores, so you'd need to be in Japan on top of changing your game's language to get them... But at that point you could also just buy the Japanese game/3DS, if necessary.) Tiddlywinks (talk) 19:39, 14 November 2013 (UTC)
I have the move in an English version of the game on a Smeargle. The move is called "Celebrate" in English. The description is: "The Pokémon congratulates you on your special day!" When used in battle it will say: "Congratulations, [Player]!" I do not know if the message is different if used on your birthday. GenericJoe (talk) 09:06, 26 November 2013 (UTC)
- GenericJoe or SnorlaxMonster, can one of you double-check whether the move's descriptions says "This" or "The" at the beginning? GenericJoe's description above says "The", but SnorlaxMonster edited the page with "This", so I just want to make sure about which is correct. Tiddlywinks (talk) 15:03, 26 November 2013 (UTC)
- I double checked it, and it is "The". I'll go ahead and change it then, if that's OK. GenericJoe (talk) 09:47, 27 November 2013 (UTC)
I started to question this page info
After some extensive research on Google Images, I think that there are some mistakes on the learnset section of this page as I could not find many of the Alolan Pokémon using this move. PersonThatReallyLikesPokemon (talk) 10:37, 26 December 2016 (UTC)