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Million dollar Question


Should Mr. Mime have gender differences or only be male? Should Mime Jr.?


  • Acornyo
    Acornyo Member Posts: 697 ✭✭✭✭
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    It's too late to go back and change old Pokemon. If they did it for Mr.Mime, what about:




    -Primarina & Brionne


    It's just not doable anymore... kinda sad, though...

  • Pok3m0nMaSt0r29
    Pok3m0nMaSt0r29 Member Posts: 42
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    @Acornyo Good point

  • UnovanZorua
    UnovanZorua Member Posts: 1,562 ✭✭✭✭
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    Neither, just keep it as it is. It doesn't really matter, and it gives funny but lazy name options for when you don't feel like thinking of an actual name (Ms. Mime in this case). It's actually kinda cool, even without the lazy nicknames, to be honest.

  • TechHog
    TechHog Member Posts: 2,651 ✭✭✭
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    No. Putting "Mr." in the name was just a poor choice by localizers. The Japanese name doesn't have this issue.