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Pokemon - St. Anne?
1.) View the first episode of in video
2.) Notice that when anybody talks about the ship, they always call it "St. Anne", instead of "S.S. Anne", which is a really dumb mistake.
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The Pokémon video "Seaside Pikachu" and your ears.
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Misty on 08-30-1999
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Comments:
SunScout2000 writes:
Right, I'm clearing this up. Make way for the Master himself!! First of all, 2BA Master made a mistake which really p'd me off; they say there is 150 Pokémon when there is 151 (well, 251, but when the song came out there was 151). Second, who cares what the name of the Titanic is? This is a Pokémon section! Lighten up! Thirdly, it is the SS Aqua you get on after you beat the E4 and you sail on to Vermillion City. I know; I've completed GS. Sometimes the SS Aqua returns and you can get on it again, but not always. Lastly, I am hacking Pokémon Red so you can get on the SS Anne after it has set sail. It will still be there. I have cut and as soon as I have Surf and Strength I will go back there. Of course, I hacked it so you can catch Lv 10 Mew in Route1. I hacked it so you don't have to go through Mt. Moon, you can get into Saffron without having to buy the drink, you can enter Unknown Dungeon without beating E4, the list goes on!!
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MattKira writes:
Thought I should add my comments to this. First of all, the St. Anne/SS Anne is an error but it's a translation error. This is according to what I know and have heard about the original version of Pocket Monsters which is what it's called in Japan, at least, as far as I know of, anyway. Anyway, in Japan, the ship is called the St. Anne. The correct translation for the dubbed version would have been the gameboy name of the SS Anne but for whatever reason, the dubbers probably forgot about the ship's dubbed name.
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Superrodan writes:
I have 2 things to say. 1.About the Pokerap thing, I'm not sure, but maybe if they had it in Japan (That is where I am not sure Did they?) Maybe there originally was a mew in the pokerap. Maybe they had to take it out because you can't get it normally in the game without help from an outside source. In the Japanese version, Mew was possible to get, so they replaced it with an extra Goldeen. 2. About something else with Mew. I think that the Missingno glitch was the equivalent of finding Mew in Japan. When they took Mew out of the English game, it left a glitch where the game knows that there is supposed to be a Pokemon there, but it can't find the information, and it gives you Missingno. A missing number. Maybe the game was programmed to report a glitch in case of an unknown pokemon, instead of the game freezing. It was only meant for testers to find, and once they finished testing, they forgot about it and didn't bother taking it out. The testers would never think of going up and down the side of an island, so they didn't find it. The glitch stayed in, and somebody stumbled upon it. Because it is not a real pokemon, when you save it, it screws up the whole game. I know this is probably tooooootalllllyyyyy wrong, It is just an idea. Who knows.... I might just be a Genius, and I might just have figured out their wonderful secret!!!!!!!!!!!! (I doubt it but that would be awesome)
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Pokemaniac writes:
Yeah, the S.S. Anne stands for the Ship Saint Anne.
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Cowandchick writes:
No, I think it was the H.M.S. Titanic (Her Magesty's Ship)
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@ssKicker writes:
You got a point there, Gunga. There's loads of mistakes in the Handbook. On the cover it says that it has "your ultimate companion to ALL 150 PokéMon". Hello? There are at least 250 PokéMon!!! They make the same mistake in the song "2-B-A Master". There's a line,"Who can withstand the test and be the best, 150 PokéMon". (mutter-mutter-honestly, it drives me insane-mutter-mutter-murmur-mumble-150 PokéMon, really!)
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T-zone writes:
Okay hot shot. Let the REAL Master clear things up. First off, using a Gameshark on a Pokémon game isn't hacking. Second off, a totally new person can't just rush in and take over. Third off, just about anybody who's ever played G\S would know that it's the S.S. Aqua. It says so EVERYWHERE! BTW, I completed G\S in three days. Both versions! I've also completed every other version, and know a lot about Season 1 and Season 2 of the TV show. Plus, I've been hanging around here for a couple months. That's why I think I have the right to call myself a master, if not THE Master.
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Pinkachu writes:
You DO use a catriage, the catriage is a .gb file you download online.
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Mewtwo writes:
Yes T-Zone, sure it does. The Roms are copies of the original cartridges so they must work!
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Iibui writes:
Wow, you people can get way off topic... Anyway, about the ships... It's just that the cartoon is different from the video game in many ways. On the video game, on Red/Blue/Yellow, the ship is called the S.S. Anne, on G/S it's a different ship called the S.S. Aqua (although I thought there were two different ships on G/S? The Fast Ship and another one? Okay, I might be completely wrong about that) yet on the cartoon, it's called the Saint Anne, which is completely fine because... maybe it's not the same ship as the S.S. Anne, or maybe Saint Anne is just a shorter alternative name it is called. Probably the latter. And it's not the same ship as the S.S. Aqua because the episode was made long before G/S came out, in the Pokémon old school days you could say. It's very obvious by now that things on the cartoon don't have to pertain exactly to things on the video game, I mean, there are different places on the cartoon that don't exist on the game, there are strange individual Pokémon such as the Crystal Onix that couldn't exist on the game, the Pokémon on the cartoon can evolve just by wanting to, know attacks they couldn't possibly know on the game, the Type alignments can be completely different, and etcetera... heheh, this reminds me of the character who appeared on the Orange Islands episodes somewhere, she seemed to clearly be Lorelei from the game but her name was Prima. So the names of things can be different... or they could actually be different things. Anyways, I don't think this is exactly a slip-up. :p
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laura writes:
My guess is that it is two totally different boats. The reason is on the gameboy version, it was just a boat. But on tv it was a party!
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MetalMike writes:
Missingno was a test put in before any actual pokemon were put in; thats why its number 000 and has a "Missing Number(MissingNo.)". They just forgot to take it out, and that pre-code does weird things to items.
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Merlinros writes:
it was the S.S. ANNE but her nickname was the St. Anne
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EggMaster writes:
It could actully stand for Steam Ship Anne. Similar to S.S. Titanic.
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T-zone writes:
No, Gungan, it's just a tribute to the R.M.S Titanic. I guess that means Royal Magestey's Ship, or something like that.
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Min2114 writes:
It was the Royal Mail Ship Titanic, I believe.
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Min2114 writes:
Also @ssKicker, the handbook and the 2BA Master CD were both made before Gold and Silver, where the 100 new pokemon were introduced. ^-^
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Gungan Din writes:
True, but they should have anticipated that the Poke World would expand and refrain from making blanket statements.
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T-zone writes:
Okay, Alex, ya got me, but you did say that Nidoqueen was part Ice. Ha. So you used an Emulator... coooooooooool, but... uhhhhh... does that work with a cartridge? Cool, but, I also have a few shiny Pokémon, including Raikou and Suicane. Okay, I won't "Start with you" I'll.. uhhhhh... just begin to start, finish off there, and go rant and rave about how lazy the Pokémon animators are. How's that sound, PokéMaster2000, Alex Day, SunScout... whatever.
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Magmar writes:
You don't use a cartridge. You actually download the game into your computer and use the emulator. Right?
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T-zone writes:
Yeah, Magmar, but there is some kind of hardware that you can use to hack the cartridge using a PC. I tried it once, but I seriously messed up my game, and had to transfer a copy of the data from a Pokémon Red ROM to my Red cartridge, change it around a bit, and there I had it fixed!
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T-zone writes:
I know, I meant does Emulator software work on the kind of Cartridge you play on a Game Boy... Ah, what the heck... we're waaaaaaay off topic.
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movieflukemaster85 writes:
( Note To The First Person, ) Its Called Toe R.M.S. Titanic! Learn Your History!!!
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Mars Guo writes:
But it was the R.M.S. Titanic! O_o
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WaySarcastic writes:
@_@ Only on this site can we go from talking about Pokémon to the Titanic.
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Gungan Din writes:
Hmm.. what if Ash jumped up on the railing and yelled, "I'm the Pokemon Master of the world!"?
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Gungan Din writes:
Oh, and by the way, I found a REAL slip-up pertaining to the S. S. Anne. Look closely at a map of Poke Land. How could that huge steamship sail "around the world", if it could never fit under the cycling road bridge? It's trapped forever!
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Mars Guo writes:
Lol! Hey, just go here. http://www.fireflyproductions.com/titanic/index.htm
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Pinkachu writes:
Timber wolf! you forget green!
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SunScout2000 writes:
Who said I was new here? My username used to be Alex Day, then PokéMaster2000, now it's SunScout2000. I've been here ever since the first post was posted! Don't start with me T-Zone, I have a shiny Ho-oh!! And I didn't cheat in any way, I just found it shiny so there!! Ha! Oh, and I don't use GameShark. I HACK. I use emulator software and make my own ROMs. Get your facts right.
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QuickEyez writes:
PEOPLE!! St. Anne and S.S. Anne are the same exact thing! S.S. Anne Stands for Steamship Saint Anne! Criminy!
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Danny Mutabi writes:
LOL!!!!!! EggMaster Steam Ship Anne LOL
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@ssKicker writes:
I noticed this one too. It's sooooooo stupid! It even says clearly in the Pokemon Handbook that the ship's name is the S.S. Anne.3558
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TimberWolf365 writes:
I WANT TO CLEAR THIS UP!!! The anime is TOTALLY DIFFERENT in detail from RED/BLUE/YELLOW, The story and characters are similar, but in the game boy version, it is the S.S. Anne, and in the anime, it is the St. Anne. Not much of a difference.
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Silver757 writes:
Anyone heard of the F.S. Aqua in Pokémon G/S? I've read in Nintendo Power magazine that it's called thw S.S. Aqua.
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Firestorm writes:
Personally I thought it was only the S.S Anne in the Game Boy Game. Anyway, who gives a Mew what they say.
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Matt writes:
That's not a mistake! The S.S.Anne's real name is the St.Anne.
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Gungan Din writes:
Does it have deleted footage of Brock showing Misty how to "fly"?
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Gungan Din writes:
But then, the Handbook also says "Did you know that the spiral on Poliwhirl's stomach changes direction when it evolves into Poliwag?" >_<
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T-zone writes:
And who really gives a hoot if they don't mention Mew in the 2 BA Master CD? Mew didn't show up and wasn't mentioned until Mewtwo Strikes Back. Duh! But, they did say on the back of the video cases that the Pokérap features all 151 Pokémon! I know there's really 251, but they hadn't come out when they made the Pokérap. The Pokérap features 151 Pokémon, alright, but not Mew. It features two Goldeen. Hmmm?
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