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"Dewford is geographically the southernmost known establishment in the Pokémon world so far."
- No it's not. Evergrande is far more southerly than Dewford. Silly Capitalist Americans must remember that in Pokémaniac Kyushu, North is East and East is South.
- What I mean is, the Nation describe in the main series games is Japan. There was never any question of that. Okinawa may be curved up to fit more succinctly with Kyushu, and various other islands may be slightly warped, but it's still Japan. Kyushu is not going to do a whole 90 degree turn. Hoenn-maps portray East at the top, rather than North. Therefore, Evergrande is the most Southern settlement in the Pokémon Nation. And it's a nation, not a world. The world would refer to everything, including the Orenjishima and Orre and Fiore and Almia and such, and Pokémon World could also refer to the Alternate World where there are no humans described in the Mysterious Dungeon series. Satosuke 20:48, 19 October 2008 (UTC)