History VideoGame / PokemonXandY

21st Oct '17 4:19:20 AM Jubileus57
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* WindmillScenery: Dendemille Town is a rural, windy village which has a six-bladed windmill as its most prominent landscape feature.
8th Oct '17 9:44:26 PM CatcherInTheWry
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** Some Pokémon has received a permanent 10 point boost in a particular stat.

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** Some Pokémon has have received a permanent 10 point boost in a particular stat.
16th Sep '17 2:19:40 PM nombretomado
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''Pokémon X'' and ''Pokémon Y'' are the first games in the Sixth Generation of the ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' game series, for the Nintendo3DS; fittingly, [[VideoGame3DLeap they are the first main-series games to have full 3D polygonal graphics]]. These games are set in the Kalos region, [[FantasyCounterpartCulture modeled after]] real life UsefulNotes/{{France}}.

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''Pokémon X'' and ''Pokémon Y'' are the first games in the Sixth Generation of the ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' game series, for the Nintendo3DS; UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS; fittingly, [[VideoGame3DLeap they are the first main-series games to have full 3D polygonal graphics]]. These games are set in the Kalos region, [[FantasyCounterpartCulture modeled after]] real life UsefulNotes/{{France}}.
7th Sep '17 1:58:30 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* {{Hypocrite}}: [[spoiler:Lysandre]] tells you how disgusted he is with the greed shown by humans (his ancestor specifically) before giving you a King's Rock, supposedly to show how generous he is. Not a minute later, you can discover - if you speak to a girl in the café - that it costs ''five million'' Pokédollars simply to join Team Flare (and she's eagerly trying to earn it). Even if you don't talk to her, you find this out later when the Admin tries to convince the owner of the Poké Ball factory to join (she calls the entrance fee a ''donation''). [[spoiler:A few of them believe that it's the price of being spared when the Ultimate Weapon is unleashed, but exactly what use anyone would have for money after that is questionable. But hey, they have to get the resources to repair the thing somehow.]] It's also implied that the whole ''reason'' they were trying to take over the place was out of greed, not just to avoid having to pay for [=PokéBalls=] themselves, but to sell them for hugely inflated prices.



* StrawHypocrite:
** [[spoiler:Lysandre]] is just as bad as Ghetsis, and you find this out earlier. He tells you how disgusted he is with the greed shown by humans (his ancestor specifically) before giving you a King's Rock, supposedly to show how generous he is. Not a minute later, you can discover - if you speak to a girl in the café - that it costs ''five million'' Pokédollars simply to join Team Flare (and she's eagerly trying to earn it). Even if you don't talk to her, you find this out later when the Admin tries to convince the owner of the Poké Ball factory to join (she calls the entrance fee a ''donation''.) [[spoiler:A few of them believe that it's the price of being spared when the Ultimate Weapon is unleashed, but exactly what use anyone would have for money after that is questionable. But hey, they have to get the resources to repair the thing somehow.]] It's also implied that the whole ''reason'' they were trying to take over the place was out of greed, not just to avoid having to pay for [=PokéBalls=] themselves, but to sell them for hugely inflated prices.
** The biggest irony is, [[spoiler:Lysandre]] is either sadly deluded by his [[PoliticallyIncorrectVillain elitist assumptions]] or a BadLiar. As the MontyHaul entry says, Kalos is actually a place where {{Good Samaritan}}s are everywhere; greed would be almost nonexistent here if Team Flare never showed up.
27th Aug '17 7:07:25 PM flamemario12
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** Zig-zagged with Hidden Power: its Power is now set to 60, when it could potentially hit 70 in previous games. While that is technically a drop in maximum damage output, it makes the move a lot more user-friendly, as before the player could had to work around the damage output AND typing.

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** Zig-zagged with Hidden Power: its Power is now set to 60, when it could potentially hit 70 in previous games. While that is technically a drop in maximum damage output, it makes the move a lot more user-friendly, as before the player could had to work around the damage output AND typing.and the type of Hidden Power.
27th Aug '17 7:05:24 PM flamemario12
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** Some Pokémon receives a permanent 10 point boost in a particular stat.

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** Some Pokémon receives has received a permanent 10 point boost in a particular stat.


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** Toxic will never miss if it's used by a Poison-type Pokémon, even during the semi-invulnerable turn.
11th Aug '17 10:02:43 AM WaterBlap
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* XMakesAnythingCool: ''Pokémon X''. ''Pokémon Y'' is an aversion of YNot (or [[JustForPun Wynaut]], as the case may be)

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* XMakesAnythingCool: ''Pokémon X''. ''Pokémon Y'' is an aversion of YNot (or [[JustForPun Wynaut]], as the case may be)
29th Jul '17 3:58:39 PM N8han11
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These games are perhaps most notable for two new features: the new [[OurFairiesAreDifferent Fairy-type]][[note]]the first new type since [[VideoGame/PokemonGoldSilverAndCrystal Generation II]], a 14-year gap[[/note]] and [[TransformationSequence Mega Evolution]]. A new Eeveelution, Sylveon, was the first announced Pokémon to have the Fairy type; older Pokémon that have [[RetCon inherited]] this type include Jigglypuff, Gardevoir, Marill, and Mawile. Primarily introduced to balance the Dragon type, the Fairy-type is strong against Dragon, Dark, and Fighting types, and weak against Poison- and Steel-type attacks. Mega Evolution allows many older Pokémon to transform into [[SuperMode even more powerful forms]] during battle, with new stats, Abilities, and sometimes new types. This is balanced by the inability of Mega Evolved Pokémon to hold any items that would aid them in battle other than the ones that activate their Mega Evolution, and that only one Mega Evolution can be used by a Pokémon Trainer on his/her team per battle.

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These games are perhaps most notable for two new features: the new [[OurFairiesAreDifferent Fairy-type]][[note]]the first new type since [[VideoGame/PokemonGoldSilverAndCrystal Generation II]], a 14-year gap[[/note]] and [[TransformationSequence Mega Evolution]]. A new Eeveelution, Sylveon, was the first announced Pokémon to have the Fairy type; older Pokémon that have [[RetCon inherited]] this type include Jigglypuff, Gardevoir, Marill, and Mawile.Mawile, among others. Primarily introduced to balance the Dragon type, the Fairy-type is strong against Dragon, Dark, and Fighting types, and weak against Poison- and Steel-type attacks. Mega Evolution allows many older Pokémon to transform into [[SuperMode even more powerful forms]] during battle, with new stats, Abilities, and sometimes new types. This is balanced by the inability of Mega Evolved Pokémon to hold any items that would aid them in battle other than the ones that activate their Mega Evolution, and that only one Mega Evolution can be used by a Pokémon Trainer on his/her team per battle.
4th Jul '17 9:22:41 PM AguFungus
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* ProductionForeshadowing: One of the hotel guests is a backpacker who tells you that you "should check out my region," and later he gives you a Strange Souvenir, [[spoiler:which eventually is revealed to be from, you guessed it, [[VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon Alola]]]]
10th Jun '17 3:31:07 AM MysteriousZorua1994
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** Team Flare intended for themselves to be [[spoiler:the last humans left alive]]. Instead, [[spoiler:most of them, including the four female scientists, were presumably killed alongside Lysandre during his VillainousBreakdown; only a handful are seen afterwards]].
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