History VideoGame / PokemonXandY

25th Nov '16 7:45:34 PM InsanityPrelude
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: [[Radar/PokemonXandY Has its own page.]]
22nd Nov '16 1:30:39 AM Arawn999
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** Along with this he will give you the [[http://serebii.net/xy/strangesouvenir.jpg "Strange Souvenir"]] if you talk to him enough, Which depicts the supposed legendary of that region according to the item's description, talk to him later on and he will say outright that it's not [[http://serebii.net/xy/region.jpg Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, Sinnoh, or Unova.]]

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** Along with this he will give you the [[http://serebii.net/xy/strangesouvenir.jpg "Strange Souvenir"]] if you talk to him enough, Which depicts the supposed legendary of that region according to the item's description, talk to him later on and he will say outright that it's not [[http://serebii.net/xy/region.jpg Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, Sinnoh, or Unova.]] [[spoiler:''Sun'' and ''Moon'' confirms it's from Alola.]]
12th Nov '16 4:22:32 PM Shootdatrupee
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*HonorAmongThieves: [[spoiler:Invoked by Malva as the reason she assists the player during the Looker chapters.]]
9th Nov '16 5:14:17 PM flamemario12
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** Fail to capture that sleeping Snorlax? Don't worry, he'll come back and fall asleep again after the main game is completed.

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** Fail to capture that sleeping Snorlax? Don't worry, he'll it will come back and fall asleep again after the main game is completed.



* PopQuiz: Lumiose's Gym involves identifying the silhouettes of different Pokémon and getting them right will avoid a battle with a trainer.

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* PopQuiz: Lumiose's Gym involves identifying the silhouettes of different Pokémon and getting them right will avoid a battle with a trainer.Pokémon.
7th Nov '16 5:54:38 PM IAmNotAFunguy
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* PopQuiz: Lumiose's Gym involves identifying the silhouettes of different Pokémon and getting them right will avoid a battle with a trainer.
1st Nov '16 6:48:35 AM Androgeos
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** The EXP Share is obtained right after you beat the first gym, and has [[VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue returned to its roots of granting the entire party experience]]. There is now no downside to leaving the EXP Share on all the time (whereas before it made leveling an individual Pokémon very slow by splitting up the EXP through the entire party).

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** The EXP Exp. Share is obtained right after you beat the first gym, and has [[VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue returned to its the Exp.All's roots of granting the entire party experience]]. There is now no downside to leaving Unlike the EXP Share on all Exp.All, however, where the time (whereas before it made leveling an individual player would have to [[AnnoyingVideoGameHelper potentially scroll through multiple consecutive messages each describing specifically how much Exp. every non-participating Pokémon very slow by splitting up received]], the EXP through the entire party).Exp. Share now only shows one additional message if it is enabled, thus making total party level-ups ''much'' faster.



** It's not mandatory to use Flash anymore. There are no insanely dark places in need of a light, so Flash simply expands your view by zooming out the screen and lowers encounter rates.

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** It's not mandatory to use Flash anymore.any more. There are no insanely dark places in need of a light, so Flash simply expands your view by zooming out the screen and lowers encounter rates.



** Super Training was specifically designed to make [[StatGrinding increasing base stats]] much easier, while Horde Battles allow for an extremely fast (if less precise) alternative.

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** Super Training was specifically designed to make [[StatGrinding increasing base stats]] EVs]] much easier, while Horde Battles allow for an extremely fast (if less precise) alternative.



** Fail to capture that sleeping Snorlax? Don't worry, he'll come back and fall asleep again.

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** Fail to capture that sleeping Snorlax? Don't worry, he'll come back and fall asleep again.again after the main game is completed.
31st Oct '16 5:22:07 AM flamemario12
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* {{Foreshadowing}}: At Geosenge City, your rival notes that a Team Flare Grunt ran towards a boulder and disappeared. [[spoiler:Later on, the "boulder" turns out to be a secret entrance to the Team Flare HQ.]]

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: At Geosenge City, Town, your rival notes that a Team Flare Grunt ran towards a boulder and disappeared. [[spoiler:Later on, the "boulder" turns out to be a secret entrance to the Team Flare HQ.]]



** The Geosenge Town Photo Spot. When you first get there, you can get a photo of yourself standing in front of the rocks. Once the ultimate weapon sprouts, you can't get a photo in front of the rocks anymore, and once it's [[spoiler:destroyed, the photo backdrop will be a smoldering crater]].

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** The stones for the Geosenge Town Photo Spot. When you first get there, Before the event happens, you can get take a photo of yourself standing in front of the rocks. stones. Once the ultimate weapon sprouts, you can't get a photo in front of the rocks anymore, and once it's [[spoiler:destroyed, the photo backdrop will be a smoldering crater]].crater instead]].
26th Oct '16 10:01:03 PM kaboom
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* LostForever: Like the 4th and 5th generations, there are periodic events allowing players to acquire rare Pokémon and/or items, although you are actually allowed to trade them outside of the global trade center; the first XY event is a special Torchic with its hidden ability ''and'' possessing the item needed to unlock Blaziken's Mega Evolution (which is otherwise unobtainable in-game). Just like with most event Pokémon, many players are trading the Torchic to another game copy, then starting the game over to stockpile more and more Torchics with the Mega Stone.

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* LostForever: LostForever
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Like the 4th and 5th generations, there are periodic events allowing players to acquire rare Pokémon and/or items, although you are actually allowed to trade them outside of the global trade center; the first XY event is a special Torchic with its hidden ability ''and'' possessing the item needed to unlock Blaziken's Mega Evolution (which is otherwise unobtainable in-game). Just like with most event Pokémon, many players are trading the Torchic to another game copy, then starting the game over to stockpile more and more Torchics with the Mega Stone.Stone.
** The Geosenge Town Photo Spot. When you first get there, you can get a photo of yourself standing in front of the rocks. Once the ultimate weapon sprouts, you can't get a photo in front of the rocks anymore, and once it's [[spoiler:destroyed, the photo backdrop will be a smoldering crater]].
22nd Sep '16 4:31:52 PM WaxingName
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* VirtualPet: The Pokémon-Amie feature allows you to pet, feed, and play with your Pokémon.
13th Sep '16 3:04:30 AM flamemario12
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** Wide Guard and and Quick Guard no longer fail if used consecutively.



* FingerPokeOfDoom: A new physical Fairy-type move with 90 base power (as in, the same base power as ''Flamethrower'') is called "Play Rough". In the German version its name translates to ''Cuddle'', and in Japanese its name translates to ''Frolic''.

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* FingerPokeOfDoom: A new physical Fairy-type move with 90 base power (as in, the same base power as ''Flamethrower'') Power is called "Play Rough". In the German version its name translates to ''Cuddle'', and in Japanese its name translates to ''Frolic''.



** A large number of Special Attacks (and Meteor Mash) had their Base Power lowered slightly, while other moves had their [[ManaMeter Power Point count]] reduced.
** Zig-zagged with Hidden Power: its Base 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 you could had to work around the damage output AND typing to get the one you wanted.

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** A large number of Special Attacks (and moves and Meteor Mash) Mash had their Base Power lowered slightly, while other moves had their [[ManaMeter Power Point count]] Point]] reduced.
** Zig-zagged with Hidden Power: its Base 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 you the player could had to work around the damage output AND typing to get the one you wanted.typing.
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