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1 year ago#1
So apparently masuda's trainer card says there's 758 Pokemon instead of 721.

edit:
forgot to link, but here

http://www.pokemon.co.jp/info/2014/03/140307_p01.html
1 year ago#2
http://www.pokemon.co.jp/_sys/ws/info/2014/03/images/140307_p01_pic01.info.2014.03.140307_p01.jpg

Direct link to the picture.
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1 year ago#3
No es fake.
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1 year ago#4
Herrn Cunfermd?
1 year ago#5
Apparently it's a place holder according to serebii.
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1 year ago#6
Deitylight posted...
Apparently it's a place holder according to serebii.


Why would a placeholder say 758?
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1 year ago#7
Hejiru posted...
Deitylight posted...
Apparently it's a place holder according to serebii.


Why would a placeholder say 758?

Someone on reddit pointed out that in Japanese, the first syllables of the numbers 7, 5, and 8 are na, go, and ya. The place being celebrated by this is the Nagoya Pokemon Center.
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1 year ago#8
Deitylight posted...
Apparently it's a place holder according to serebii.


Where does Serebii say that?
1 year ago#9
Does anybody else appreciate how accurate Masuda's Mii is?
1 year ago#10
TranquilSea posted...
Hejiru posted...
Deitylight posted...
Apparently it's a place holder according to serebii.


Why would a placeholder say 758?

Someone on reddit pointed out that in Japanese, the first syllables of the numbers 7, 5, and 8 are na, go, and ya. The place being celebrated by this is the Nagoya Pokemon Center.


Actually, the first syllables of the numbers in Sino-Japanese (Modern Japanese) are shi, go, and ha respectively. However, the first syllables of 7 and 8 are na and ya in Native Japanese.
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