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Lady Ariel

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  • Birthday 01/13/1996

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  1. Hi! Wanna be friends?


    Just remember that i am highly independant and am not out to be a people pleaser. But I will be as best a friend as I can be. Just not gonna sacrifice anything that matters to me the most in the end.

    I like your name.

  2. Honestly I have wondered that too, but I have no idea. There is a ton of little, or big details, in many maps that you can't normally see. Honestly it seems they scrapped a ton of things.
  3. Yeah I am not sure why they made unique maps for the restaurants on Akala and Ula'ula Island. But then again there is a lot of things they did with the files in SM that make little to no sense.
  4. Oh I forgot about that one. After checking my notes it actually has four maps, since it is also Mallow's house. So it has the entrance, hallway, bedroom, and the special map when ordering a meal. The Battle Buffet on Melemele Island doesn't have an extra map (just some weird logic they used to make a ladle stand up with nothing holding it up).
  5. Yes there is a unique map for the restaurant on Ula'ula Island. It isn't anything really special though, since if I recall correctly it was only a slightly altered map from the main map. It looks something like this (it isn't textured).
  6. I just want to let you guys know I have personally looked at all of the map models in SM. There is only the two variants of Iki Town and the three unused rooms in the Player's house. There isn't any unused cave maps. Now I guess they could technically be blank maps, but I doubt that since there isn't really any blank maps in the files. However, you could technically consider the maps for when you order a meal at the restaurants on Ula'ula Island and Poni Island unique. Those restaurants have the normal map and a special map for when a meal is ordered.
  7. Does anyone know what serial code prefixes (the first four digits) are being used for Lycanroc, other than E7A3 (which I think is Spain), E7A4 (which is from the online Greece distribution, but it is probably other countries too which should be noted), and E7Z9 (which I think is the UK)? The prefixes are different for each country in most cases and we are trying to keep track of them on Bulbapedia.
  8. Yes this is the first Korean region serial code event that will distribute a Pokemon in Generation VII, which is why I haven't created the page on Bulbapedia yet.
  9. Actually it has been announced already for some Latin American countries, which use the American region games.
  10. What is the serial code prefix (the first four digits) for the Alola Friendly Battle Points? Is it F7Z2, which is the prefix for the codes for the Battle of Alola competition?
  11. Any chance you could get the serial code prefix for it too, which should be the first four digits?
  12. @ajxpk I thought the first Pokemon distribution was in Japan from the May 1996 issue of CoroCoro. I don't even know about any Mew distributions from CoroCoro in 1997.
  13. The Australian distribution of this Machamp was only distributed to ORAS, despite the press release stating that it would be distributed to XYORAS. Can anyone confirm if this was also the case for the other locations?
  14. So now I wonder since codes are being given away only a matter of days before the codes were set to expire if they will still expire on October 31, 2015 or if they have extended the expiration date of the codes. However, unless someone can get a serial code from this event in Italy we probably won't find out if the expiration date has changed.
  15. Just to let you know there is a user on Twitter who has obtained Aromatisse and Bouffalant with English distribution text (so there is English versions at least). However, I am not sure if there is unique distribution text for French, Italian, and Spanish. I also don't know if other languages have different different information, such as the OT.
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