User talk:Platinum Lucario
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Just want to let you know, if you're adding red image links, try to fill them in as soon as possible; it doesn't look nice to have a red file link next to the text. Okay? Thanks for reading, and keep contributing! :) MarioTalk to-a me! 19:28, December 26, 2013 (EST)
Moving "Uchi" to "Tomboy"
I do not support your decision to move from "Uchi" from Tomboy. There is not enough evidence to support this, with petitions being your only source. However, Smug villagers, according to the petitions, also refer themselves as "Hipsters", so I don't think petition names are a reliable source for English names for a villager personality. MarioTalk to-a me! 18:03, February 27, 2014 (EST)
- There were earlier times when I thought "Caring" would be fitting, but there's no evidence to support that name. So apparently there's not enough evidence to support that "Tomboy" is their personality. Then again, I guess we can also look into the Japanese version of that petition and see if there's anything in there that says "Uchi", if so... then it could confirm that "Tomboy" could be the English name for "Uchi". It could be the same for the Smug personality, I'm not exactly sure, they could be called "Hipsters" in the English version and "Smug" in the Japanese version. Unless there is someone who has the Japanese version of Animal Crossing: New Leaf, we'll never know about it. But anyways, thanks for letting me know. Should we revert back to "Uchi" or should we keep it on "Tomboy"? —Platinum Lucario (talk) 09:09, March 1, 2014 (EST)