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kelv
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posted 11-08-2000 09:43 PM      Profile for kelv   Email kelv   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
That's right, folks. Another chapter of my personal pokédex (not available in stores or anywhere else) is being added, and it is an English to Japanese guide. I'd like some help with this, though. The E to J guide will translate almost everything Pokémon in English to almost everything Pokémon in Japanese. Interested in compiling it? If and when it is done, the E to J guide would be released to the public.

Just in case you are wondering what else is in my pokédex, the rest are incomplete. These include Moves list, who can learn what, breeding notes, GS codes for RBYGS, basic irrelevant data, type chart, and perhaps a wild pokémon guide thrown in, as well as a short guide to Pokémon TCG and Pinball.

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Lugia -The Flying Fish
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posted 11-09-2000 01:43 AM      Profile for Lugia -The Flying Fish   Author's Homepage   Email Lugia -The Flying Fish   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Man...I wish I could help some how. You have been a great help getting those shark codes for me...

I'm no good w/the Japanese names. Maybe White-Cat will let you use his 'Dex as a reference for your "Moves Learned list"?

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