Talk:Mr. Fuji

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Japanese name

Despite my almost non-existent knowledge of the Japanese language, I can read Hiragana, and those last four letters (which are in Hiragana) do not spell Fuji, they spell Rouji (sorry, mobiles can't do macrons). Is this correct? Either the Kana or the Romanization should be changed. posted by Flicky1991 20:14, 26 December 2007 (UTC)

REALLY. But R is replaced by L in the romanji like Rukario. That means it should be Louji.Pokemaniac102 20:15, 26 December 2007 (UTC)
R does not automatically become L when converting something from Katakana to Romanji. Remember, Katakana is the system used when writing a Non-Japanese word. The only time an R in Katakana will become an L is if the word that you're trying to write has an L. So, for instance, マリオ is translated as Mario, not Malio, where as ルイージ goes from Ruiji to Luigi. --Dual 18:01, 10 October 2009 (UTC)

still, the point is it doesn't say Fuji. posted by Flicky1991 20:22, 26 December 2007 (UTC)

Are you asking to move the page, or change the kanji?Pokemaniac102 20:23, 26 December 2007 (UTC)

The Kana. The third Kana (the first Hiragana) should be fu. posted by Flicky1991 20:27, 26 December 2007 (UTC)

No offense, but do you have any idea what you're talking about? "フジろうじん" is his name (フジ Fuji) followed by his title (ろうじん old man).--Loveはドコ? (talk contribs) 21:34, 26 December 2007 (UTC)

Ah, sorry about that. I'll learn katakana some day... :-) posted by Flicky1991 21:40, 26 December 2007 (UTC)

Don't doubt that. Katakana is easily to learn, unlike hiragana. It took me a few days to learn Katakana but took several more days to learn hiragana. I learned kana but I am yet to learn kanjiPokemaniac102 21:42, 26 December 2007 (UTC)

Fuji Sprite

Who ripped that Fame Checker spite for Mr. Fuji? Coz I was thinking perhaps they could do the same for Bill and Daisy Oak --Manga-in-a-bottle 04:22, 25 June 2009 (UTC)

Pokemon Adventures

I Know it's only very briefly, but Mr. Fuji does appear in Pokemon Adventures... Shouldn't something be added Corvy 00:33, 9 November 2009 (UTC)

Yes, something should. If you have the information then you may add it. —darklordtrom 08:26, 9 November 2009 (UTC)


At the end of the fourth paragraph, it mentions DNA samples and cloning when Mr. Fuji encountered Mew, but Mewtwo's not an artificial clone in the games, so those lines should be fixed without reference to any cloning process.Nol 19:41, 18 May 2012 (UTC)

Dr. Fuji

I can't believe that even long after "Origins" Bulbapedia still denies a confirmed fact, saying that Mr. Fuji and Dr. Fuji "may" be the same person in the games. It is still up to debate whether the anime Dr. Fuji from Mewtwo Strikes Back is the same character as Mr/Dr. Fuji from the games. But the fact that in the games (as well as Origins) canon Mr. Fuji used to live in Cinnabar Island and was known as Dr. Fuji in the past is obviously confirmed, yet this article treats it like it was just another fan theory, with only little more credibility than Giovanni or Ho-oh being Ash's father. Just look at the facts - this fact was obvious in RGBY already, but in case anyone had doubts, FRLG made it completely confirmed through Fame Checker. Almost 10 years later, Pokemon Origins simply throws the information at your face with expanded Mr. Fuji's role. Doubting this is like denying that Sammy from Pokemon 4Ever is a younger Samuel Oak in the anime. I think everyone agrees with me because I think that there isn't much space for discussion here - game Dr. Fuji and game Mr. Fuji ARE the same person, while anime Fuji and game Fuji are not neccessarily the same character (however, the Dr. Fuji article mistreats the Mr./Dr. Fuji affair in a yet different way - it treats anime Dr. Fuji as the same character as game Dr. Fuji, who "may" be the same character as Mr. Fuji, this also needs to be sorted out). While I do believe that Dr. Fuji in the anime was at least inspired by the game Dr./Mr. Fuji's story, there are notable differences in their story - game Mr. Fuji's past as Dr. Fuji seems like a more distant past than anime Mewtwo's Birth story and above all, the anime Dr. Fuji died with all other scientists when Mewtwo destroyed the lab, so he never became Mr. Fuji as the game Fuji did. So, I think it's better to keep anime Fuji and game Fuji as two separate articles but the similarity between the two must be noted. I would edit both Mr. Fuji and Dr. Fuji articles right now (I'd also move "Dr. Fuji" to "Dr. Fuji (anime)" and make "Dr. Fuji" a disambig) but I won't do this in case I would get somebody angry at me for doing this. I'm waiting for a green light, just to be on the safe side. --Maxim (talk) 22:03, 13 February 2014 (UTC)

Nobody opposes. I'm doing it. --Maxim (talk) 14:36, 16 February 2014 (UTC)
I don't oppose, but I do have to point out that "no response" is completely different from "no opposition". Be bold, sure, but don't assume nobody opposes just because they didn't see that there was a message on a talk page somewhere that they didn't notice (or didn't have the energy to read, given how much of a wall of text it was). Pumpkinking0192 (talk) 17:27, 16 February 2014 (UTC)

Is anyone else getting weird verticle blue bars?

It occurs on my iPad, above the FRLG quotes. Pikachu Bros. (talk) 15:49, 6 March 2014 (UTC)

Not happening with Chrome on Windows 7. --Wynd Fox 21:05, 6 March 2014 (UTC)
It's not occurring on my Windows 8.1 computer with Mozilla Firefox, so it must just be a mobile browser problem. Pikachu Bros. (talk) 21:21, 6 March 2014 (UTC)