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Jiro kanji Edit

Actually, I don't know what the kanji for Jiro's name is, so I put down hiragana for now. That'll need to be looked up... YazzyDream 06:06, March 11, 2019 (UTC)

I forgot to put it but it's just the same as Kojiro, minus the first kanji. See the cover of Chapter 247. -MrAceAttorney (Press | Court Record) 06:14, March 11, 2019 (UTC)

Romanization of names Edit

2020 calendar 03 Amano Akira
 

Ziro??? KOZIRO???? Amano, are you f*cking kidding with me rn??? This is so stupid, I'm hoping we have contradictory spelling in the past that we can say is canon instead. lol. Same conversation as usual. What do we do? YazzyDream 00:51, March 1, 2020 (UTC)

Oh man..... that's certainly not the spelling I would've expected for those two.... I can't say I've seen the names of any of the animals other than Nuts definitely spelled anywhere but I'll see if I can't find any pieces of merch or some chapter cover that had their names on with a different spelling;; Otherwise... I guess we should use this new spelling? It does come directly from Amano after all and it's the most recent spelling given (as of the moment) -Fox 14:27, March 1, 2020 (UTC)
Right??? I just... want to faceplam. But it would be hypocritical of us not to change it to this dumb romanization if we ignored it. u_u YazzyDream 02:17, March 3, 2020 (UTC)
Ok so, I've searched quite a bit and this seems to be the first time we've been given a romanization for their names so, as you said, I think we ought to use them to follow our own logic regarding the other cases of conflicting romanizations;;; -Fox 11:55, March 4, 2020 (UTC)
This is not the first time though. See Chapter 247's cover. The image here has translations but the raws also contain the spelling. It is written with a "Z" unfortunately... I think. The slash on the letter is how I write Zs. -MrAceAttorney (Press | Court Record)
Wow, that's so unfortunate. Guess we've gotta change it then. YazzyDream 07:26, March 5, 2020 (UTC)
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