Do any Pokemon not say their name?
Classic examples of name-cry match are Pikachu , Emolga , Cyndaquil , Shinx and Oshawatt . Chatot , Mew and Ditto can say a bit more than their own names due to their nature… Some perfect exceptions to the name-cry rule are Onyx , Gyrados and Rotom . They just seem roar/screech with no clear decipherable word.
Can Pokemon only say their names or are they named after what they say?
Pokemon don’t say their names, they’re named after what they say.
Why are Pokemon cries so weird?
In Pokémon Red and Blue, when a player’s Pokémon has low HP in battle, its cry will be distorted. This is likely due to the game performing two simultaneous processes: one for the alarm sound of low HP and another to play the Pokémon’s cry.
Why is Pikachu the only Pokemon that says its name?
It’s a reference to Pokemon Yellow, which was based upon the Anime. In the anime, Pikachu says his own name obviously as all Pokemon do, and they implemented that in pokemon Yellow where you started with a Pikachu and couldn’t catch any in the wild.
Do Japanese Pokemon say their names?
User Info: pokedude900. They do say their names in the Japanese version. And they’ve ALWAYS said their names since Pokemon Red and Green.
Are Pokemon named after the sound they make?
I’m guessing that Pokémon names work the same way. Most Pokémon are named after their sounds, and Pokémon whose sounds aren’t name-like are given different names.
Why do Pokémon only have 4 moves?
They only keep four in the games for programming reasons, and because having a ton of moves would eliminate strategy in the game, since everything could cover anything. The four moves forces you to pick your moves wisely.
Why do they call Pokémon it?
Its not like we call our pets ‘it’, and they’re even less like us than pokemon are o.o; Click to expand… “It” has a longstanding connotation of being specifically impersonal (or worse, anti-personal), and therefore inappropriate to use in a personal context.
Why do Pokémon have names?
The names with which these little creatures are known in different markets, far from being arbitrary, are the result of careful linguistic research. Skilled translators localised their names with the aim of conveying some of the characteristics of the Pokémon themselves – such as their appearance, or special power.