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Aug 2, 09 at 12:01amSox

New in-game map.

Old in-game map.

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Aug 7, 09 at 5:49pm
Matt Player Of AC

Spearow overworld sprite is as tall as the character

Aug 7, 09 at 4:53pm

I was re-playing gold the other week and i remember seeing ho-oh and i was like '......o..k......'


he was like a pidgey

Aug 7, 09 at 12:04pm
Matt Player Of AC

It wasnt even fixed in Fr Lg.

The only really acurate representation I see is the Turnback cave giratina.

Aug 7, 09 at 5:19am

yeah. if i recall, seeing articuno, his sprite was still the one square size. same with lugia and ho-oh as well in g/s.

Aug 6, 09 at 9:47pm

Zapdos is still huge compared to Red. If he was a scale sprite, he'd still be huge.

Aug 6, 09 at 8:54pm
Matt Player Of AC

Of course not. With Bird pokemon, height/length arent measured. Wingspan is. It was confirmed in one of those pokeguides or whatever.

Aug 6, 09 at 6:48pm

That's my point.

That's RPG physics for ya. The world map is a prime example. You're pretty much walking on the actual map to get places. So, locations are smaller and more manageable.

Pokemon's the same. I was just near Zapdos in Pokemon Yellow like 2 minutes ago, and it was no bigger then Red. It was to make it more manageable.

Aug 6, 09 at 6:44pm
Matt Player Of AC

If you've ever played Tales of Symphonia for GC, You'd know that when travelling outside of a city/ area, the giant town would consist of maybe 3 houses, which you were 10 times larger than.

Aug 6, 09 at 6:21pm

All RPGs follow that trend. It uses a map system where everything is out of proportion so it'll all fit.

In older Final Fantasy games, the characters were 3 times smaller then the monsters, and on the world map cities, caves, and ect. where no bigger then their head.

It's RPG physics at work.

Aug 6, 09 at 5:49pm

Because Pokemon games are totally accurate with that sort of thing in the first place, right? Using relative sizes in Pokemon cities is too ambiguous to apply to anything. Azalea just covers a significant region but it lacks density in what it actually occupies.

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