His name was never written as "strawberry" as such, I just notice we have it there. His name (I remember this discussion at AP forums) was just the Japanese symbol text (names are slipping my mind) for strawberry. We should then have that symbol here as his name, not what we have shouldn't we? Either way, its why his name was never written down as the Japanese word for strawberry (which is "Ichigo"). One-Winged Hawk 08:02, September 3, 2009 (UTC)
- While there is no official romanization of his name, Strawberry is actually the closest romanization of Sutoroberii anyone can come up with.Mugiwara Franky 08:14, September 3, 2009 (UTC)
- There's his name, written as ストロベリー (Strawberry). What are you talking about? What's "Japanese symbol text"? Why do you think the Japanese word for strawberry matters at all? His name is simply the English word "Strawberry" written in katakana. I hope you don't mean this ENGLISH article should be called ストロベリー.
- I'm sorry if this comes across as flippant, but I'm genuinely confused about what you're trying to suggest. 22.214.171.124 08:23, September 3, 2009 (UTC)
- Oh someone updated first.
- Anyway I was just asking if the info was correct since my memory was sore. MF has explained it, thats all I need to know. Should we also have a "Translation andf Dub Issues" section here? MF, you remember this better then I do. One-Winged Hawk 08:25, September 3, 2009 (UTC)
- Don't think its necessary since it is Strawberry and not Strawberry translated from Ichigo.Mugiwara Franky 08:27, September 3, 2009 (UTC)
This has just ocurred to me. Strawberry has a tall hair and no beard 15 years ago right? So maybe his hair has "fallen" to be his beard, as we didn't really see his hair at the moment, only that really tall hat. So maybe we should remove the "he uses it because of his tall hair" from the Appearance section? GMTails 01:25, April 22, 2011 (UTC)
Only Vice Admiral named after a fruit? Edit
Something that might that be worth mentioning under trivia, that he is the oinly Vice-Admiral named after a fruit.Iwillapologizeifyougivemeachancetodoso 01:28, May 18, 2011 (UTC)
Not really. If we do that then we might as well add that Yamakaji is the only one named after a natural disaster and Tsuru is the only one named after a bird. It would only be significant if his name stood out completely from the others, like if all the others were named after vegetables.03:02, May 18, 2011 (UTC)