quote lucario333i have heard 2 things about the origanal lavander town music
1. this is the more likelly one,that it can make ur nose bleed,vomit and things like that
2.this doesnt even make sense and i doubt this ever happened but someone said that kids killed them selfs over the music?
plz say ur opinion or other facts about this music
i hope i get some facts on this and ty for reading
quote MantocWhy do people keep bumping 2 years old threads? Anywho Mantoc is right, there was a very high note that only kids with sensitive ears could hear which could damage them although I never heard it could cause vomiting. Japanese kids are like test subjects to NintendoJust to mention it, the music meant only existed in the Japanese alpha version^^. so i dont think u played it as little child
quote Inhalequote LynxxDoes this hold any truth?Lavender Town's music in the original (read: Japanese) versions of Red and Green (Green was later released in America as Blue) contained notes that people over the age of around five or six years were unable to perceive, and apparently it was these notes that affected the children.
The notes were removed when the games were re-released in America, so it shouldn't affect children nowadays.
I remember when I got Pokemon Red at the age of five, Lavender Town's music didn't inspire any thoughts of harming myself etc in me.
quote Bulbagarden's Lavender Town pageLink.Trivia
Lavender Town's Japanese motto is シオンは むらさき とうとい いろ "Shion is the color of purple nobility."
In the German versions, Lavender Town is called Lavandia, the same name as the French for Mauville City.
In early copies of Pokémon Red and Green, Lavender Town's theme was slightly different and included a few high pitched notes in the background at certain intervals of its music.
Its English motto before Generation IV was "The Noble Purple Town."
In the Japanese edition of the Christian Bible, Mt. Zion is called シオンの山 Shion no San, which is the same as the Japanese name of Lavender Town.
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