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Old April 24th, 2013 (11:23 PM).
Brendino Brendino is offline
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Originally Posted by BlahISuck
I think that because water is so abstract, different cultures express it in words that don't translate to our own conception one-to-one. IRC in Chinese culture, water is described more as green than blue. Leafs are tangible so most cultures probably have a noun for that. Also I don't know how awkward EauBleu or WasserBlau would sound
Hmm, wasn't aware of that. Still, it would've been neat to see a WaterBlue version (or whatever they decided to name it), either as a pair with FireRed or a 3rd installment.
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