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21st Jan '16 9:14:09 PM OrangenChan
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27th Nov '15 1:56:01 AM bwburke94
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Another elephant in the room is the series' timeline. Since the series was rebooted after Gen 2, Game Freak only released games that were either contemporaneous with, alternate versions of, or sequels to the games that came before. RSE and RBY/FRLG happen at the same time, DPPt and GSC/HGSS happen three years later. Judging from the Rocket Grunt's son, BW take place at least six or seven years after [=DPPt=] and GSC/HGSS, and [=B2W2=] happen two years later. In this context, releasing a RSE remake implies one of two things: either the timeline in Pokémon world is looping, or the series is getting a second reboot. Considering all the memorable characters and events the games love to reference, that would be lost, there's serious doubt GF will reboot the series again.
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Another elephant in the room is the series' timeline. Since the series was rebooted after Gen 2, Game Freak only released games that were either contemporaneous with, alternate versions of, or sequels to the games that came before. RSE and RBY/FRLG happen at the same time, DPPt [=DPPt=] and GSC/HGSS happen three years later. Judging from the Rocket Grunt's son, BW take place at least six or seven years after [=DPPt=] and GSC/HGSS, and [=B2W2=] happen two years later. In this context, releasing a RSE remake implies one of two things: either the timeline in Pokémon world is looping, or the series is getting a second reboot. Considering all the memorable characters and events the games love to reference, that would be lost, there's serious doubt GF will reboot the series again.
23rd Nov '15 8:53:18 PM bwburke94
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Another elephant in the room is the series' timeline. Since the series was rebooted after Gen 2, Game Freak only released games that were either contemporaneous with, alternate versions of, or sequels to the games that came before. RSE and RBY/FRLG happen at the same time, DPPt and GSC/HGSS happen three years later. Judging from the Rocket Grunt's son, BW take place at least six or seven years after DPPt and GSC/HGSS, and B2W2 happen two years later. In this context, releasing a RSE remake implies one of two things: either the timeline in Pokémon world is looping, or the series is getting a second reboot. Considering all the memorable characters and events the games love to reference, that would be lost, there's serious doubt GF will reboot the series again.
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Another elephant in the room is the series' timeline. Since the series was rebooted after Gen 2, Game Freak only released games that were either contemporaneous with, alternate versions of, or sequels to the games that came before. RSE and RBY/FRLG happen at the same time, DPPt and GSC/HGSS happen three years later. Judging from the Rocket Grunt's son, BW take place at least six or seven years after DPPt [=DPPt=] and GSC/HGSS, and B2W2 [=B2W2=] happen two years later. In this context, releasing a RSE remake implies one of two things: either the timeline in Pokémon world is looping, or the series is getting a second reboot. Considering all the memorable characters and events the games love to reference, that would be lost, there's serious doubt GF will reboot the series again.

* {{Jossed}}: The remakes are happening, alright.
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* {{Jossed}}: The remakes are happening, alright. alright. And they are indeed a timeline reboot of a sort.
8th Sep '15 2:33:45 PM Karxrida
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Moving from YMMV.
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[[WMG: Zinnia was the human Aster's mother]] * Zinnia constantly uses hypocorisms towards Aster the Whismur, in particular she outright refers to the Whismur as her daughter.
31st Jul '15 9:55:56 AM GamerFromJump2
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[[WMG: Zinnia is a case of OlderThanTheyLook.]] * Zinnia's model is young-looking, maybe 18, but her official art looks adult. There's a line in the Team M/aqua Hideout: --> '''Zinnia:''' Aren't you a happy girl, Aster? ♪ Just what I'd expect of my ''daughter!'' * Emphasis mine. Lots of people treat their Pokemon as friends, but I don't think anyone has used familial terms for them. It's possible that the original Aster was Zinnia's daughter and Aster the Whismur is [[DeadGuyJunior named for her]]. This puts [[SadClown a new spin]] on [[StepfordSmiler her behavior]] during the game.
28th Jul '15 7:40:09 AM ChaosGallade
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* Jossed. Delta Episodeis the postgame.
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* Jossed. Delta Episodeis Episode is the postgame.

* Jossed. Delta Episodeis ** Jossed; the postgame. Coronet expy is New Mauville, and it's accessible just before the final badge.

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28th Jul '15 7:37:02 AM ChaosGallade
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*** Jossed, while both Magma and Aqua are antagonistic towards the player, both are still rivals, with one outdoing the other depending on the game.

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** Also confirmed with the personalities and motives of Teams Magma and Aqua being expanded on.

** Semi-Jossed. Overworld DexNav encounters play similarly to phenomena, though trade- and stone-exclusive Pokémon won't be available with this method.

** Proper time implementation confirmed; it has been carried over from Gen IV.

* Jossed.
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* Jossed. Jossed. It's still event-exclusive.

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** Semi-confrimed; the Ralts that Wally encounters is shiny-locked.

* Jossed. Same teams as before, but the Fire Pokémon is Magcargo instead of Numel, starter is fully evolved at Lilycove and an extra match is added where they also got a Raichu.
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* Jossed. Same teams as before, but the Fire Pokémon is Magcargo instead of Numel, starter is fully evolved at Lilycove and an extra match is added where they also got get a Raichu.

* Jossed: They get "primal reversions", something related to, but not exactly the same as, Mega Evolutions.
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* Jossed: They get "primal reversions", "Primal Reversions", something related to, but not exactly the same as, Mega Evolutions.

* Jossed. Episode Delta is the postgame.
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* Jossed. Episode Delta is Delta Episodeis the postgame.

** Semi-confirmed; Focus Punch, Water Pulse, Giga Drain, Iron Tail, Shock Wave and Snatch are tutor moves in the Battle Resort.
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** Semi-confirmed; Focus Punch, Water Pulse, Giga Drain, Iron Tail, Shock Wave and Snatch are tutor moves in the Battle Resort. Resort, while Secret Power regains its TM status.

* If CoroCoro leaks are anything to go by, she's still in.
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* If Confirmed; if CoroCoro leaks are anything to go by, she's still in.

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* Confirmed; Altaria, Salamence, Metagross, Sceptile, Swampert, Camerupt, and Sharpedo gained Mega Evolutions
27th Jul '15 8:08:42 AM ShrekTheNeck
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* If catching a yamask wasn't {{fridge horror}} enough
14th Jul '15 7:48:20 PM Philldough
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[[WMG: Kanto will return in Gen VI]] * It's a throwback to Gen III when Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire were released along with Pokemon FireRed and Pokemon Leafgreen. While there was a fancier remake of Ruby and Sapphire known as Pokemon Emerald, there was no remake of Pokemon Yellow. Since this is Gen VI, with Pokemon X and Y are released as the main game and Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire as the cool remake, I believe that Pokemon Yellow will return to start a new pattern to Nintendo's Pokemon algorithm. Speculated Formula: Main Games (ex: X and Y) Fancy Remake (ex: OR and AS) Fandom Rejoice (ex: Pokemon Yellow ver 2.0)
12th Jul '15 7:53:27 PM Siggu
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[[WMG: Team Magma and Team Aqua picked the wrong orbs]] Now, this could be myself getting confused as how the orbs are depicted in the different kinds of Pokemon canon, but something that always caught my attention is that, in the original pair of Hoenn games, Archie and Maxie pick the Red and Blue orb to awaken the primarily-blue and primarily-red legendary pokemon, respectively. This is not the case in the remakes (In which they could be excused in that they underwent Primal Reversion), which points out that the Blue Orb is Kyogre's and the Red one is Groudon's. Another thing of interest is how Kyogre/Groudon reacted to each orb - when exposed to the Red/Blue Orb, they pretty much immediately got out of control and started to cause trouble, but when exposed to the other orb, they merely approach the player character and challenge him/her to a battle. My guess is that Kyogre/Groudon, upon getting exposed to the Red/Blue Orb, assumed that its counterpart was awake (It wasn't), got angry and jumped out to get the upper hand in the water vs. land battle. For more WMG, if Archie and Maxie did not have full knowledge of the legend and thought there was one orb, this could explain why they picked the wrong orb - the couple at Mt. Pyre did it on purpose (By only showing the orb that did not match), to keep the correct orb and give it to someone they could trust.
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