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Post by Byakuga on Thu Dec 30, 2010 5:54 pm

Why are islands named "Groundon Island", "Kyorge Island" and "Rayquaza Island" if there isn't pokemon they we're been named after on it, or at least their statues or something?(not sure about statue thing)

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Re: Islands?

Post by Guest on Thu Dec 30, 2010 8:58 pm

It was named after their types, respectively. There was originally a shrine on each island, but we couldn't really think of what to do with them other than encounters (when we already had two encounter areas per island) so we just deleted them. If you can think of a good use for them, we can add them back immediately.

Also, the volcano, lake, and pillar- are all symbolic for each island's legendary representative. Not important, but just has a bit of a background since you were wondering why the heck the islands are even named after them at all... And there's no way there are ever going to be legendary pokemon, unless it's via plot- and either way, they cannot be caught.

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