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Gengar003
November 9th, 2003, 03:30 PM
Ooh, interesting title, huh? Made you click the link? GOOD!

I believe there should be a way for Pokémon fans to speak to each other that no one else can understand, So I began creating a Pokémon language, that can be written, spoken, read, and heard.

Tell me whatcha think:
How to speak Pokémon (http://tacorner.com/speakpoke.shtml)

^_^ Cool, no?

ALSO:

When typing the word "Pokémon," ALWAYS capitalize the "P." It's not hard. So do it.

Also, by holding down "ALT" on your keyboard (PC users) and pressing 130 on the number pad (in that order, not all at once), you can generate the "é" Now you know how, so DO IT.

Thank you.
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jynx
November 12th, 2003, 10:00 AM
Ooh, interesting title, huh? Made you click the link? GOOD!

I believe there should be a way for Pokémon fans to speak to each other that no one else can understand, So I began creating a Pokémon language, that can be written, spoken, read, and heard.

Tell me whatcha think:
How to speak Pokémon (http://tacorner.com/speakpoke.shtml)

^_^ Cool, no?

ALSO:

When typing the word "Pokémon," ALWAYS capitalize the "P." It's not hard. So do it.

Also, by holding down "ALT" on your keyboard (PC users) and pressing 130 on the number pad (in that order, not all at once), you can generate the "é" Now you know how, so DO IT.

Thank you.
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No offense, but...
this is too difficult.

Jeremy
November 12th, 2003, 06:51 PM
Pokémon! Pokémon! Pokémon! Pokémon! Man that was hard as spelling Pikachu!

Gengar003
November 12th, 2003, 07:23 PM
No offense, but...
this is too difficult.



The TAC "Speak Pokémon" page said
This is not a collection of phrases and what they mean. (I.e. - Pikaaachu? = How are you?) This is a GUIDE to a LANGUAGE complete with grammar rules, parts of speech, and a dictionary.


^_^

That's odd... It said the above was "too short" and advised me to "lengthen it to at least 25 characters"

Porygon
November 13th, 2003, 08:31 AM
Hmmm… If I could learn to speak Porygon…


I'd rule the world!!! All bow down to my might!!!!

Oh, wait, it hasn't happened yet.



Yet *evil laugh*

Uh–oh… I ate the yellow sugar again… *dies*

Iveechan
November 13th, 2003, 10:09 AM
Well... according to the anime, when Pikachu says "Pikapi" it means Satoshi/Ash. Someone said that "Pikachupi' is Kasumi/Misty, but I'm not sure if this is fact or fan made-up.

Mew would be an easy language to leard ;)

jynx
November 13th, 2003, 10:47 AM
Actually, I think that tone does effect the meaning as well.

Kairi
November 13th, 2003, 11:08 AM
Pikachu always says" Pipipi!" when looking for Togepi. Thought I'd add that.

Gengar003
November 13th, 2003, 04:45 PM
@ Kairi: Thank you... I'll add "pipipi" as Togepi... Althought Pokémon can't really name other species too well. Lucky Togepi. ^_^

@ Iveechan: Hm... Possibly... But that is probably just Pikachu. To refer to thier trainer, a Pokémon would say

"Pi-ka-chu-chu" or
"Por-ya-gon-gon" etc.
(O-T-H-H) with no markings

@ Porygon: Okay.... ^_^;;

@ All: Okay, it would seem that there are a *few* words that are used consistently on the show.

My basis for the statement that it's made up is that:
In the episode where the Pokémon are alone, with no trainers to "translate" what they say, there are subtitles. Words and sounds don't match. "There" will be one thing, and then something else later.

It, theoretically, *could* be a complex conjugation system... But I doubt it.

^_^

~Gengar003

Porygon
November 14th, 2003, 10:56 AM
Maybe it's true that there isn't any particular way to speak Pokémon language.

jynx
November 14th, 2003, 11:09 AM
Maybe it's true that there isn't any particular way to speak Pokémon language.
i think we should talk with Unowns

http://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201x.pnghttp://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201d.pnghttp://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201d.pnghttp://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201d.pnghttp://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201d.png

http://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201b.pnghttp://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201e.pnghttp://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201c.pnghttp://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201a.pnghttp://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201u.pnghttp://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201s.pnghttp://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201e.png http://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201w.pnghttp://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201e.png http://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201k.pnghttp://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201n.pnghttp://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201o.pnghttp://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201w.png http://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201h.pnghttp://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201o.pnghttp://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201w.pnghttp://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201em.png

Kayleigh
November 14th, 2003, 03:13 PM
Whoo, that's too complicated for my brain to process. @_@; You've got to be some kind of genius, Gengar003.

jynx
November 15th, 2003, 09:45 AM
Whoo, that's too complicated for my brain to process. @_@; You've got to be some kind of genius, Gengar003.
He's IQ must be even higher than an Alakazam!

Rift
November 16th, 2003, 04:18 PM
Ooh, interesting title, huh? Made you click the link? GOOD!

I believe there should be a way for Pokémon fans to speak to each other that no one else can understand, So I began creating a Pokémon language, that can be written, spoken, read, and heard.

Tell me whatcha think:
How to speak Pokémon (http://tacorner.com/speakpoke.shtml)

^_^ Cool, no?

ALSO:

When typing the word "Pokémon," ALWAYS capitalize the "P." It's not hard. So do it.

Also, by holding down "ALT" on your keyboard (PC users) and pressing 130 on the number pad (in that order, not all at once), you can generate the "é" Now you know how, so DO IT.

Thank you.
[/random]wow. that hurt my brain. oh, my IQ is about as much as Psyduck or Slopoke! :P

jynx
November 17th, 2003, 10:06 AM
wow. that hurt my brain. oh, my IQ is about as much as Psyduck or Slopoke! :P
And he has a brain of an Alakazam!

Hey, does anyone know how much IQ does a Jynx has?

Porygon
November 17th, 2003, 11:56 AM
Probably about the same as the average person.

…or maybe a bit higher, because the average person that I've been seeing offline has the equivelant of about half a Slowpoke.

jynx
November 18th, 2003, 05:00 AM
Probably about the same as the average person.

…or maybe a bit higher, because the average person that I've been seeing offline has the equivelant of about half a Slowpoke.
Half a slowpoke?
That's really low!

Porygon
November 18th, 2003, 09:45 AM
I know alot of idiots :cross-eye

jynx
November 18th, 2003, 11:37 AM
The ones that needs to go to special school?

==========get on topic!=========
I suggest, that speaking with Unowns is a good idea.

Red-Beast
November 21st, 2003, 10:21 PM
Too Complicated, I don't Compute :(

jynx
November 22nd, 2003, 11:02 AM
GENGAR!!
I've found a mistake!
Not ALL Pokemon talks in the same pattern!
Example: "Yes"
Pikachu---OTH, OT
Jynx---TH,TH
Haunter----OT, OTH
Mr. Mime----OT,OT
Vulpix----O~~~~~~

Gengar003
November 22nd, 2003, 08:20 PM
GENGAR!!
I've found a mistake!
Not ALL Pokemon talks in the same pattern!
Example: "Yes"
Pikachu---OTH, OT
Jynx---TH,TH
Haunter----OT, OTH
Mr. Mime----OT,OT
Vulpix----O~~~~~~

Hmm... Well, I don't quite get what you're saying... but a Jynx, when being spoken by humans, would be divided O-T-H; Jy - Na - xa. Which are al sounds that a Jynx can concieveably make.

Haunter: Hau na ta (not ter; he doesn't say that, as I'm sure you noticed)

Mr. Mime: Mr.-Mi-me

Vulpix: They can say their name, right? Vu-la-pix

Or did I miss the idea you were trying to point out? ^_^;;

jynx
November 23rd, 2003, 09:52 AM
Hmm... Well, I don't quite get what you're saying... but a Jynx, when being spoken by humans, would be divided O-T-H; Jy - Na - xa. Which are al sounds that a Jynx can concieveably make.

Haunter: Hau na ta (not ter; he doesn't say that, as I'm sure you noticed)

Mr. Mime: Mr.-Mi-me

Vulpix: They can say their name, right? Vu-la-pix

Or did I miss the idea you were trying to point out? ^_^;;
All right, I'll explain.
Refurring that you use O for the 1st syllable, T for the 2nd, and H for the 3, that the Pokemon speaks.
I have found out that in Japanese version, the following Pokemon says the word "YES" (they nod their heads) like this:
Pikachu---OTH, OT
Jynx---TH,TH
Haunter----OT, OTH
Mr. Mime----OT,OT
Vulpix----O~~~~~~
Therefore, not all Pokemon behaves he same pattern.

Gengar003
November 23rd, 2003, 02:24 PM
Well, the only way I can account for that is to
a.) Quote the page on my website:
you will not be able to understand them by "learning" TAC Pokémon Basic.
and to b.) point out regional discrepancies among real-life places and apply them to Pokémon; Some people say "y'all", some "you all", and some "Yous guys", etc. Thus, some Pokémon can say "yes" in different ways.

True, what Pokémon say AREn't random, at least it appears that way. Do they REPEAT the EXACT same phrases for "yes" time after time?

And, if this wasn't made clear before:

TAC POKéMON BASIC IS NOT BASED ON THE TV SHOW AND WILL NOT ALLOW YOU TO UNDESTAND THOSE POKéMON EXCEPT IN BIZARRE FREAK ACCIDENTS OF NATURE.

^_^ ~Gengar003

igtica
November 24th, 2003, 03:51 AM
i think we should talk with Unowns

http://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201x.pnghttp://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201d.pnghttp://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201d.pnghttp://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201d.pnghttp://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201d.png

http://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201b.pnghttp://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201e.pnghttp://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201c.pnghttp://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201a.pnghttp://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201u.pnghttp://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201s.pnghttp://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201e.png http://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201w.pnghttp://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201e.png http://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201k.pnghttp://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201n.pnghttp://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201o.pnghttp://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201w.png http://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201h.pnghttp://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201o.pnghttp://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201w.pnghttp://www.aucy.com/pokemon/gba/pic/201em.png
I gotta ask, jynx why did u write xdddd.is it meant to be a smilie? I like the because we know how bit though.

jynx
November 25th, 2003, 04:25 AM
I gotta ask, jynx why did u write xdddd.is it meant to be a smilie? I like the because we know how bit though.
Yes, it was XDDDD, meaning smile.

Re Gengar:
All right, I know what you mean.
But if you made a dictionary, won't non-Pokemon fans know how to use it?

Porygon
November 25th, 2003, 08:03 AM
If they don't like Pokémon, why would they have anything to do with it?

jynx
November 25th, 2003, 08:22 AM
If they don't like Pokémon, why would they have anything to do with it?
Well, they might try to hack our site!

Gengar003
November 25th, 2003, 08:22 PM
Yes, it was XDDDD, meaning smile.

Re Gengar:
All right, I know what you mean.
But if you made a dictionary, won't non-Pokemon fans know how to use it?♫♪Aaaambi-gyooity! Ambiguity! Ambiguitttteee!♫♪


Well, it really depends on their IQ. If their IQ is high enough that they can understand typing a word and clicking "go," I assume they'll be able to use the dictionary.

Otherwise, the issue is moot, because they're probably still struggling to get the "eat, breathe, sleep" thing down... Unless they're a Flaming Pokémon Hater... in which case they'll probably just bash their computer in when they can't make it work.

[apologizes for the sarcasm]

Yeah, why's this an issue?
1.) Non-Pokémon fans can be nice people. It's the il-Pokémon haters (il = illogical) that we need to fear.
2.) If they were il-P Haters, they probably wouldn't be looking at these sites anyway, and if they were, they would probably hack them REGARDLESS of the dictionary.... putting a site out there that some people don't/won't like is ineveitable, and hacking is a risk in ANY site.

(Dictionary is now far off in el futuro....)

jynx
November 26th, 2003, 12:21 AM
Hmmmm...agree.
Besides, they can do lots of things against Pokemon.
http://pokemonsux.com <----@_@||||

Porygon
November 26th, 2003, 09:33 AM
I'm not going to bother… my brother would probably like it, though. He used to like Pokémon, but hates it now. I don't understand it…

jynx
November 26th, 2003, 10:14 AM
I'm not going to bother… my brother would probably like it, though. He used to like Pokémon, but hates it now. I don't understand it…
Maybe because his friends picked on him when he loved Pokemon.
I am always being picked on because I like Pokemon.

Arore
December 22nd, 2003, 07:13 AM
Hmmm...very interesting. I had always wanted to decipher those high-ptched squeaks. :confused: Also, I tried the ALT + 1, 3, 0 combination but it didn't work. Does it only work on European keyboards?

Kairi
December 22nd, 2003, 07:45 AM
For English ones, Alt+ 0233 does it. You may need Num Lock on to do it.

IceKitten
December 27th, 2003, 11:13 AM
OK OK!!!!!!!


Let's talk Mew ^_^

*Mew transforms into Meowth*

Articunoanna
January 1st, 2004, 12:54 AM
How about we do something really simple, then work on something slightly harder?
Examples:
Talking with unknown
eg.
http://members.lycos.co.uk/pokemaster1230/images/L.gifhttp://members.lycos.co.uk/pokemaster1230/images/I.gifhttp://members.lycos.co.uk/pokemaster1230/images/K.gifhttp://members.lycos.co.uk/pokemaster1230/images/E.gif http://members.lycos.co.uk/pokemaster1230/images/T.gifThttp://members.lycos.co.uk/pokemaster1230/images/H.gifhttp://members.lycos.co.uk/pokemaster1230/images/I.gifhttp://members.lycos.co.uk/pokemaster1230/images/S.gifS

Using a Pokémon's name or type for a specific letter
eg.
Lickitung fIre Kabutops espEon- haunTer growlitHe tropIus graSs

(maybe even putting them into sentences)
eg.
((I really can't be bothered!))

Or a long, inefficiant way: saying a Pokémon's name until you get enough of it to enter it into different lines and form letters:
eg.

like....
***chupikapipikachpikachu*****pika***********pika******pika*******
**********pika************pika***********pika******chu******* **********pika************pika***********pika******pika*******
**********pika************pika***********pika******chu*******
**********pika************pika***********pika******chu*******
**********pika************pikapikachupikachupika******chu*******
**********pika************pika***********pika******pika*******
**********pika************pika***********pika******chu*******
**********pika************pika***********pika******pika*******
**********pika************pika***********pika******chu*******
**********pika************chu!***********chu!******pika*******

pikachupikachu
pika*********
pikachu******
****pikachu***
******pikachu*
*******pikachu
******pikachu*
****pikachu***
*pikachu!****




Then again, that takes long and is easily decodable...
err, consider. Probably not.

P.S. For the é, you need num lock off, you press alt+0233 and take off alt right afterwards, otherwise nothing comes up. Or these: Ŕ, ą....

jynx
January 6th, 2004, 04:41 AM
Those special symbols doesn't work on my computer.
They come out like meaningless Chinese characters.

Kairyu
January 14th, 2004, 11:54 PM
Those special symbols doesn't work on my computer.
They come out like meaningless Chinese characters.
If you can't access your alt keys that way you could try to use the special characters through the Character Map.
Depending on which windows version you have, you can find this program by doing the following (this should work on win 95, 98/se, 2000, and XP editions.)

Click Start > Programs/All Programs > Accessories > System Tools > Character Map.

Hope that helps:).

jynx
January 15th, 2004, 05:28 AM
I can eaccess to them.
But the problem is, I need Cantonese input programme to type Cantonese, and after I clicked "Cantonese server", all those symbols becaome meaningless Chinese.
But I am not going to delete the "Cantonese server", because it would be a long time for me to re-open it again.

Porygon
January 15th, 2004, 09:35 AM
Hmmm… é Copy and paste! Keep it in a file in your favourites!

Gengar003
February 9th, 2004, 04:58 PM
Hmmm...very interesting. I had always wanted to decipher those high-ptched squeaks. :confused: Also, I tried the ALT + 1, 3, 0 combination but it didn't work. Does it only work on European keyboards?
's been a while, eh? I haven't added anything new to H2SP... well I have, but it's written on papers, and I have mountains of homework every nite and no time..

Hurray for Totoro, too, btw. Me loves the Totoro(s? are there more than one?)

Rifted
February 9th, 2004, 05:20 PM
Pikachu kachu Pi pika-pi pipi chu Piikaa kachu piikachu-ka kachu chuu "Pikachu" pika-pika. Pi pi Pipi pika, Pikapi Chu.

Translation: Someone made a pretty cool CGI script that translates words into "Pikachu" language. It is real cool, after all.

Gengar003
February 10th, 2004, 07:14 PM
Pikachu kachu Pi pika-pi pipi chu Piikaa kachu piikachu-ka kachu chuu "Pikachu" pika-pika. Pi pi Pipi pika, Pikapi Chu.

Translation: Someone made a pretty cool CGI script that translates words into "Pikachu" language. It is real cool, after all.
Where'zit located?

Mew564
February 13th, 2004, 05:55 PM
THIS IS ALL TOO COMPLICATED!
My brain hurts. AAHH! *faints*