As much as we have tried to stay in continuity with the first 13 seasons of the official anime, some minor concepts do slip through the net. This is usually due to an oversight on our part while scanning official episode data.
We have striven to stay linked with the anime as best as possible until the end of the Sinnoh season. If something appears in a Rebirth episode which unintentionally conflicts with any series related to the Sinnoh region or beforehand, point it out nicely. It may have been done on purpose, but if not, we'll see if its alterable. Thanks!
What Belongs to Whom?
Pokémon and its associated characters are ©1995-2003 Nintendo, Game Freak, Creatures;
©2003-2017 The Pokémon Company International.
Rebirth and its associated characters are (cc)2001-2017 Gemma Bright.
The content on this site functions under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial NoDerivs 3.0 License.
The activities of this site are transformative and non-commercial, do not copy a significant portion of the copyrighted work and have no detrimental effect on the marketability of the copyrighted work. I encourage fans of the project to support the Pokémon franchise by purchasing only officially marked products.
Fan-made characters listed in the biography section are all credited to their relevant designers.
Satoshi Tajiri - without his ideas for collectible critters, Pokémon Rebirth would have never been made.
Sarah Schanze, Oren Soffer and Silvester Sasinek for inspiring Rebirth's creation through their Pokécentric websites.
Additional thanks to Oren and Silvester for allowing the concepts of Virtual/Sound type Pokémon to be used in the RU.
Tim Dixon, for without his whole-hearted enthusiasm and support of Pokémon Rebirth, the project would likely have been abandoned back in 2003.
Meredith Kielian for hosting my sites from 2001 to mid 2006 and purchasing me my first multi-region DVD player which I treasure to this day. (It's getting a bit grind-y though, haha)
Kirk Moore for arranging the splash page music, and for hosting my sites between mid 2006 and late 2008.
The late Steven Kottke for the technical help he gave, his general interest and having allowed Lunan to be included in the Pokémon Rebirth universe.
The team of the now-defunct Pokémon World magazine who not only printed encouraging words about Rebirth on the letters page in issue 41, but further supported the project by publishing a booklet version of "Fleeting Shadow".
Cartoon Network and TV Tokyo for broadcasting Pokémon episodes, as well as the translation teams at Pocketmonsters.net for delivering crispy subtitles.
And not forgetting you, the fans! ^_^