2014-Oct-30 07:59:28 Florocita said: Both Blue and Green are technically correct, depending on which version of the translation you read. So there isn't a rightful name for her, it just all boils down to preference. I personally call her Green, but it's not wrong to call her Blue either.
2014-Oct-30 07:44:26 Ilovethismanga said: Wait, I thought Volkener didn't give her the badge yet...
2014-Oct-30 07:42:11 Ilovethismanga said: "My name is Cynthia, and I f*** jerks like you up with a freaking Garchomp!"
The name for the girl from FR LG on bulbapedia is "Leaf" which is the same in Japanese.
Leaf-Green! And green did dress like "Leaf" in the FRLG chapters.
Plus, since they made her a playable character, it's safe to guess that it's red for the male and green for the female, like RSE, and BW.
Plus you don't go callin any others by their Japanese names. These two are the only cases of this that I've seen. I've never seen someone call Steven, Diago (when speaking in English of course).
I know this is anime, and should be taken lightly, but in Pokemon Origins the two rival boys chose starters to suit their names. This is thrown out the window by Pokespe, where the names don't correspond with their names no matter what you call them.
I call her Green, in case you haven't noticed, and I made this comment because it seems like people only see evidence on the Blue = girl side. You can call her what you want though.
2014-Oct-30 04:34:42 Infernapeblaze said: The anime writers won't let him win a league. :(
2014-Oct-29 21:31:20 lunerblade said: in all actuality the rival's rightful name is green because green and red were the first two games made in pokemon's national history. blue was made afterwords to fix bugs. why do you think the remakes are "fire red" and "leaf green" and not "fire red" and "something blue".
2014-Oct-29 20:27:43 JES said: Leech Life is like one of the weakest health absorption moves there is. Why any skilled trainer keep such a weak move on a high level Pokemon is beyond me!