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    Ok, one of my friends is going to Greek and I wanted to know do they have Pokemon in Greek. And if so, do they have diffrent names?

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    Card game? Yes.

    Anime or any of the mangas? Not sure.

    Seeing as they were allowed to compete in Europe's tournament for Pokemon Trading Card Champion though, I'm pretty sure they at least have the anime as well.

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    Yes, there is Pokemon in Greece. THey have the games, the anime, the whole deal.

    Or at lesat they did for awhile. I had a friend from Greece who would talk about it :3

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    Since this isn't the first such request, maybe we should look into adding Pokémon names from all different languages to Bulbapedia...

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    It would become excessive quite quickly. The current set of Japanese, French, German, and Korean is probably where we will max out at.

    We can always add lists of them separately from the Pokémon articles.
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    Anyway, does anyone know any Greek names of Pokemon.

    Like Volbeat? Or Xatu? Or Lombre?

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    Irrelevant to the post but

    my friend went on the yearly school Europe trip this year. One of the destinations was Greece.
    He brought me back a bag of Cheetos (don't know which kind, I don't think we have them here in Southern California) with a little banner hanging from the front the obviously had something to do with Pokemon.
    They were promoting the Fire Red/Leaf Green Release with spinning tops (those Beyblade type things)
    I never opened the bag, and judging from feeling around, you probably had to buy the tops seperately... oh well


    but yea Greece has Pokemon games, cards and the anime and whatnot
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    I live in Greece so here are all the answers:

    There are NO Greek names for pokemon.We use the English names.Bulbasaur is called Bullbasaur,Xatu is called Xatu etc
    There is anime BUT for some reason(which I don't know)they stopped showing the new anime and they're showing the Johto episodes again.
    There are pkm games,pkm TCG and pkm collectible figures(the figures are not many)

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    Quote Originally Posted by azurill
    I live in Greece so here are all the answers:

    There are NO Greek names for pokemon.We use the English names.Bulbasaur is called Bullbasaur,Xatu is called Xatu etc
    There is anime BUT for some reason(which I don't know)they stopped showing the new anime and they're showing the Johto episodes again.
    There are pkm games,pkm TCG and pkm collectible figures(the figures are not many)
    So, tell me where to get Greek cover scans of Pokemon Movies? I've got Jirachi Wish Maker Greek Cover in veryyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy small size. And I need larger. But Greeks has own alphabet. Are these names translated into Greek alphabet?

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    Why wouldn't it be? Russian is in Cyrillic, Japanese is in kanji/kana - Greek is in Greek.

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    I can find greek covers for you, cause I am greek. If you'd like so pm me. Jirachi Wish Maker in Greek, huh? Τζιράτσι, ο Ευχοποιός(Jirachi, o efxopios). Tell me if you want other greek titles.

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    Default Re: Greek Pokemon!

    Zetto, this thread is almost 4 years old...

    y team

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    I know but I wanted to show greek titles.

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    Default Re: Greek Pokemon!

    But the OP has been perma-banned for quite some time now, I doubt he would be back to check.

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    ya they defintly do cause i get pokemon from greece over global tradeing

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