User talk:Captain Günsche
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I responded on my talk page, but I haven't heard back, so I'll respond here as well. You can request a page move that preserves history at WP:SPLICE (or you can move over a redirect, but only if it has one line in the page history, the creation of the redirect itself), but in this case there is no need for a move. The source you give is tenuous at best, and usual practice is to use the translated names (for example, Satoshi (Pokémon) redirects to Ash Ketchum), and the back covers are different in the Dark Horse translations. Besides, no one calls him that in the manga itself, they always refer to him as "Major" or "the Major". If you can find a reference specifically calling him "Montana Max" (not that panel with a bunch of English writing in the background) in the English translation, then go ahead and move it. --Phirazo (talk) 18:00, 11 August 2008 (UTC)