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Hello, /vp/, I work at Game Freak as an intern, I have some small tidbits of info regarding Pokemon X/Y. I don't expect many of you to believe me, but I'm sure some of you will take heed.
>The reigonal pokedex will consist of around 250 Pokemon. Around 130 of them are completely new.
>A good deal of them are related to older pokemon, I can't say which ones exactly, but I'll tell you that it will focus mainly on gen V and III pokemon
>The Bonding system works similarly to how EVs did in Generation I. it increases as you fight more Pokemon, and slightly effects its stats. What stat the Bond system effects is determined by the Pokemon's nature, A Pokemon with a maxed out bond level will have around 20 points higher in a certain stat than one you just caught at the same level
>This will be the first time since Gen II where all starters are monotype. Chespin is a slower pokemon with high defense and attack, Fennekin is a support pokemon with great defenses and a wide support movepool, and Froakie is basically a water type infernape
>Xerneas and Yvetal are Normal/Psychic and Fighting/Dark, respectively.
Pokémon are real, the book, the movie, the game
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Questions on how to raise your Pokémon? Ask them here and maybe you'll recieve a slightly correct and vague answer or another question.
Poképhilia: best if kept at a minimum Circle Jerking if you feel like it.
Zero: Cannot stop being a faggot, confirmed for canon.
And no, we are not all Zoroarks in disguise.
Mr. XY Returns: List of Known New Pokemon + Gym Leaders
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First off, for those of you who screen capped the original thread, feel free to check my trip with that of the original. There have been multiple people posting as "Mr. XY' lately, but I have not posted since the original thread.
Second of all, in the original thread I made this more clear, but my phrasing of the "main characters are named Jean and Jane, non-customizable" was meant to reference customizing their designs, not their names. Sorry for the confusion.
Anyway, I have compiled a list of all the New Pokemon I know of, about 80 or so of the 99. Some of them I have only heard about from fellow co-workers and second-hand sources, while others I have seen myself. Mainly, there's a few "new line" Pokemon I have yet to see, or don't have much information on, so there are some gaps left to fill. With New Evolutions and Baby Pokemon, there are also quite a few of them I've yet to see for myself, yet I have heard which Pokemon are obtaining them.
As I said before, this Generation has a large amount of New Evolutions and Baby Pokemon, while the New-Line Pokemon are less orthodox than previous Gens, bumping old Generational archetypes (there's no real early-bird, rodent, or bug this time around) in favor of mostly new, or underused, type combinations.
There are a large amount of Old Pokemon present during the main campaign, the Regional Dex around 400 I believe including the New Pokemon. New Evolutions are, I believe, obtainable during the main campaign and not pushed towards the end like in Diamond and Pearl. On the note of Old Pokemon, Gen V Pokemon can be transfered over, although I do not know the exact mechanics of the transfer process.