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Please, explain in a forum page and wait for community approval BEFORE you continue splitting movesets of all Pokémon. This is a major change and also a major issue (as it seems a Bulbapedia copy) and needs such a consensuous or review. --Ciencia Al Poder (talk) 16:40, March 25, 2010 (UTC)
Are you copyrighting from Bulbapedia? Possibly you are a Bulbapedia member too. Well I am Gengarblood3 from Bulbapedia and I am a blocked user. Well haven't been copyrighting from Bulbapedia? I heard you were great at editing. Also please don't copyright from Bulbapedia. User:Gengarblood3
I get it now. Hey can you help the Onix article with all those sprites. Also I think there is a error with the blank table in the template. Also can you upload images like instead of Fushigidane.png do Bulbasaur.png. User:Duskullbone
PLEASE STOP UPLOADING IMAGES WITH JAPANESE NAMES!!!. People won't ever find those images with those names. Use ONLY english names. --Ciencia Al Poder (talk) 21:30, March 25, 2010 (UTC)
This is common sense. If anybody needs to put an image of rattata, he/she would search for an image called "rattata", not for the japanese one. If you found the article Rattata to put those images in then you know the english name and should use that name. --Ciencia Al Poder (talk) 08:14, March 26, 2010 (UTC)
Uh-huh, and when somebody creates a "sprite" template that puts the sprite of the pokemon which name has been put in one of the parameters (as the spanish template es:Plantilla:S) what would we do with those images? There are really problems with it. Also, if you're not using the Rich Text Editor there's something called LinkSuggest that shows a list of similar article (or image) names when you open a link in wikicode. The vast majority of users won't start typing the japanese name of the Pokémon to get that image.