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    Generation 6

    Trans-Generation
    The Grand Eggs: In Gen VI, you get three special eggs that are, at the same time, items. Which one you get depends on your game. People who play Pokemon X or AS get Egg X. People who play Pokemon Y or OR get Egg Y. People who play Pokemon W or Z get Egg Z. You can transfer them to Gen VII. At a certain point, you can get someone to unlock them

    What you find are the shiny forms of Xerneas(Egg X), Yveltal(Egg Y) or Zygarde(Egg Z). Apparently, they were the result of AZ's atonement. During the Kalos War 800 years ago, he sought out to find a means of replacing them in case something resulted in the original's demise. They will all be Level 1, and all will have a signature move. Their original trainer will be AZ, who due to his ancient life will have the OT of 00000

    Their moves will be the Fairy, Dark and Ground equivalent to Draco Meteor

    ORAS Emerald DLC The Battle Frontier

    Artisan Cave: Artisan Cave is, like before, full of Smeargle. With a difference-at the center is a shiny Smeargle, at Level 60. This Smeargle has Sketch, Spore, Iron Defense and Thousand Arrows. It's a neat special Smeargle with a moveset foreshadowing Zygarde's future role

    Gym Leader rematches: One of the DLCs added was the ability to rematch the gym leaders. Every time you beat the Elite 4, they get stronger. They cap after beating the Elite 4 three times. At their max, they have a Mega Evolution and six Pokemon:
    * Roxanne: Probopass, Aurorus, Tyrantrum, Rhyperior, Relicanth, Mega Aerodactyl
    * Brawly: Hariyama, Machamp, Pangoro, Scrafty, Poliwrath, Mega Medicham
    * Wattson: Magnezone, Raichu, Electrode, Mega Manetric
    * Flannery: Magcargo, Ninetales, Arcanine, Chandelure, Blaziken, Mega Camerupt
    * Norman: Spinda, Protean Kecleon, Linoone, Slaking, Porygon-Z, Mega Lopunny
    * Skyla: Shiny Swellow, Tropius, Skarmory, Altaria, Mandibuzz and Mega Pidgeot
    * Tate and Liza: Solrock, Lunatone, Sigilyph, Xatu, Mega Gardevoir(OR), Mega Slowbro(AS)
    * Wallace: Unchanged, but Gyarados will be able to go Mega

    Frontier Brains: The biggest implement of the DLC will be the Battle Frontier. Your reward for beating a Frontier Brain on Silver Mode will be an Ability Capsule. However, you get something special for defeating a Frontier Brain on Gold Mode. A new item coded in thanks to the DLC: A Gold Capsule. Gold Capsules can unlock a Pokemon's Hidden Ability. This is actually prevalent in all the Frontier Brain's Pokemon, who at least one of their Pokemon has their Hidden Ability
    * For the first time, Anabel gets to show off Raikou's Volt Absorb
    * Spenser will wield, for the first time, Suicune's Water Absorb
    * Brandon will wield the Hidden Ability on either of his legendary birds
    * For the first time, Tucker gets to show off Swampert's Damp
    * Greta wields the Inner Focus Umbreon
    * Lucy wields a Hidden Ability Seviper

    New Megas: As hinted with the coding, there could be new Megas on the horizon. They are as follows:
    * Mega Milotic, who is Water/Dragon with Multiscale
    * Mega Flygon, who is Ground/Dragon with Bug Body(gives Pokemon STAB on Bug moves)
    * Mega Mightyena, who is Dark/Fighting with Intimidate
    * Mega Greninja, to hype the megas of WZ
    * Mega Slowking, who is Water/Psychic with Oblivious

    Event Pokemon: There are three event Pokemon thanks to DLCs you can get
    * Jirachi. Jirachi is obtainable after you get Primal Kyogre/Groudon. It was summoned in response to the activity, to try and stop them. However it was a bit too early, and is still stuck in the White Stone. The Wishtag becomes a Wish Flute, which can awaken Jirachi. Grumpy, it attacks. It is Level 50, and yes, it does have Doom Desire
    * Manaphy and Shaymin. Doesn't require an event item, as it is part of the DLC. However it requires to have defeated the Elite 4 twice. They decide you should be awarded. They show off the Mystical Lake, which is the one place you can get wild Phione. In the center is a Level 60 Manaphy. Shaymin is obtained with the third defeat of the Elite 4. It is Level 70, and because of the odd forest that it's in, will fight you in Sky Forme

    Generation 6.5

    Something unique has occurred in Pokemon. With so much time before the 3DS becomes irrelevant, and the existence of DLCs, combined with the shortage of new Pokemon...I am convinced there will be new Pokemon before Generation 7. A special download will allow you to alter games of XY and ORAS to fit an "Extra Dex", for Pokemon previously unknown to exist. I imagine about 79(combined, that makes a neat 150) new Pokemon will suffice

    Pokemon Thunder Yellow(that I haven't covered)
    Special legendaries: You get, like Deoxys, an in-game mythical Pokemon-Celebi. After the Elite 4, a member of Team Rocket will try to hunt down Celebi. It'll be Giovanni incognito, who wishes to use Celebi to rewrite his past mistakes

    Event legendaries: There are two event legends catchable with event items. The first is Meloetta, who is Level 60. Meloetta can be found by defeating Gary Oak, and notice Jessie and James successfully captured it. Fight them one last time, and manage to get Meloetta for yourself. It will know Relic Song. It is not shiny locked, being the first time you can theoretically get a shiny Meloetta

    The second is after the Celebi episode. It is a Level 70 Darkrai. Darkrai is causing trouble in Lavender Town, causing nightmares, You go to stop it. Darkrai already knows Dark Void

    W/Z
    Zygarde: Zygarde gets a boost in Mega Zygarde. Like Rayquaza, it doesn't require a Mega Stone. Rather, it Mega Evolves due to an awakened Huge Mega Stone X or Huge Mega Stone Y. This Huge Mega Stone becomes a key item, and Zygarde will Mega Evolve with Thousand Arrows or Thousand Wave. While Zygarde's type does not change, it gains two very useful abilities:

    Mega Zygarde X obtains the Ability Alpha Land. Alpha Land is used against Xerneas, and alters typing mechanics. Alpha Land makes Ground Pokemon resistant to Fairy moves, and Ground moves become super-effective against Fairy Pokemon. Omega Wrath is against Yveltal, making Ground moves able to hit Flying types and super-effective against Dark moves

    Zygarde can only Mega Evolve if you use these moves

    Mew: Like Deoxys, Mew plays an important part in the aftergame. It is kind of a backward Delta Episode. You need to search for AZ, who will reveal just what powered the Ultimate Weapon-Mew. In the ruins of this, you will find it full of Dittos. But Mew has fled

    Lysandre plays a part of the aftergame. During the game, Team Flare tried to reclaim its lost members. In W(sequel to X), Lysandre was crushed but survived due to immortality. In Z(sequel to Y), Lysandre survived, but was left isolated in what remained in his lair for years. Either way, he's even more nuts. And he has kidnapped Mewtwo

    Mewtwo is in his base state(Lysandre could not create a large enough connection for Mega Evolution), and rather Lysandre is trying to control him. To have hope of stopping him, find Mew. Mew is special in that it has a Primal Evolution brought forth by the power of the Ultimate Weapon

    The energy of the weapon allows Mew to initiate its Primal Evolution. It is Level 70. Primal Mew's typing is Psychic/Normal. Its ability is Protean. Like Mega Rayquaza, it merely needs to know a move. This move is the opposite of Light of Ruin. Mew knows Light of Glory, a Psychic move with 120 ATK, Specially oriented, 80 acc, 5 PP and hits multiple targets. It leaves a "soothing shine", which prevents status ailments for the team for 5 turns. Essentially, its Safeguard

    Lysandre lunges at you, doing what only Ghetsis has done before-attack you directly with his controlled Mewtwo. But Mewtwo isn't under Lysandre's control, and wipes his mind, leaving him in a coma. Mewtwo then challenges you to an actual fight. It is Level 80, and knows Psystrike

    Afterwards, you go to Professor Sycamore. Sad that his friend is stuck in a permanent coma, he requests something from you: give him back his memories. Your Mewtwo decides to do so. But something is different....Lysandre has forgotten all his evil deed and is once more optimistic. You can fight him later, where he will be the strongest trainer

    Elite 4: Each Elite 4 member will have a new Mega Evolution in their rematch, showing off some new Megas. Here they are:
    * Malva, having been outed as the public Team Flare leader, is no longer an Elite 4. Instead, you face a new Elite 4 in Wulfric. An Ice type user still, he utilizes Mega Avalugg, which is exclusive to Pokemon W. Mega Avalugg is Ice/Steel with Sturdy
    * Siebold utilizes one of the XY Megas: Mega Blastoise
    * Wikstrom utilizes a Mega from ORAS: Mega Steelix
    * Drasna utilizes a new Mega: Mega Noivern, which is Flying/Dragon with Boombox. Boombox is an ability that boosts the power of Sound Moves
    * The Champion will be a true treat. It's none other than the XY player characters! They shall also be the only time, other than N, where the Champion wields a legendary
    ** Serena will wield Greninja, Mega Charizard X, Lucario, Rhyperior, Clawitzer and Xerneas
    ** Calem will wield Chesnaught, Mega Charizard Y, Lucario, Rhyperior, Dragalge and Yveltal

    Special opponents: There are three special opponents you can fight, that require certain conditions to battle. Here they are:
    * AZ. AZ has done some training, and will fight you to see how you are. After Episode V(the equivalent of Delta Episode), you can rematch him. At first, he has his special Floette, Torkoal, Golurk and Sigilyph. Afterwards, he will wield Floette, Torkoal, Golurk, Sigilyph, Aegislash, Primal Aurorus(if playing W)/Primal Tyrantrum(if playing Z)
    * Lysandre can be properly fought after Episode V. He will be the second toughest opponent in the game. He will utilize Mega Gyarados, Pyroar, Honchkrow, Mienshao, Volcarona and Florges
    * The best treat of all comes after defeating the Elite 4 a third time. You discover, to your surprise, Calem/Serena are no longer the Champion. Someone dethroned them. Who? Hilda in W, Hilbert in Z. Their team are as follows:
    ** Hilda: The Unova Starter you are weak to and the Elemental Monkey with a Mega, Musharna, Golurk, Volcarona, Reshiram
    ** Hilbert: The Unova Starter you are weak to and the Elemental Moneky as a Mega, Musharna, Golurk, Volcarona, Zekrom

    New Megas(just to start)
    Mega Elemental Monkeys: The Elemental Monkeys get megas. All three gain Fighting type, and the Hidden Abilities of the Unova starters
    Mega Johto Starters: These Pokemon replace the Kanto starters as your second starter
    * Mega Meganium is Grass/Fairy, with Healer as an ability
    * Mega Typhlosion is Fire, with Sheer Force as an ability
    * Mega Feraligatr is Water/Dark, with Strong Jaw as an ability
    Primal Fossils: There are four fossil Pokemon than can revert to their original state. The orbs necessary for Aurorus and Tyrantrum are in both versions. Primal Cradily and Armaldo are exclusive to different versions.
    * Primal Aurorus is an Electric/Ice Pokemon with Electrilize(Normal moves become Electric)
    * Primal Tyrantrum is a Dark/Dragon Pokemon retaining its Strong Jaw ability
    * Primal Cradily is a Water/Grass Pokemon with Suction Cups
    * Primal Armaldo is a Water/Bug Pokemon with Keen Eye
    Mega Genesect: You get a Mega Drive as Genesect's Mega Stone. Its ability, Drive Charge, gives Genesect STAB on their drive. Mega Drive B makes it STAB on Fire, Mega Drive C makes it STAB on Ice, Mega Drive D makes it STAB on Water and Mega Drive S makes it STAB on Electric

    Event legendaries: Through events, you get three Pokemon
    * Volcanion is like Victini. You find it Level 20. Volcanion, after dealing with Zygarde, gets to learn its second signature move: Geyser Blast. This is a Fire attack that's also a Water attack. If it knows this move, it can Primal Evolve. Primal Volcanion has White Smoke
    * After defeating the Elite 4 once, you can go and get a Level 60 Keldeo. Why? Keldeo is the fourth musketeer, a French novel. It is not shiny-locked, so you have a chance of getting shiny Keldeo. With a rematch, you get to try and catch a Level 70 Genesect
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedJirachi View Post
    * Skyla: Shiny Swellow, Tropius, Skarmory, Altaria, Mandibuzz and Mega Pidgeot
    First, I'm sure you meant Winona, instead of Skyla.

    Second, if this is so, why not give Winona Mega Altaria, since Altaria is in fact her star pokemon?
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    My ideas for some updated Maxie/Magma rosters. I don't think ORAS did them proper by just copying straight from the original. (Especially after seeing a recent TCG that features both teams with a bit more Pokemon...) In general, I'd have given Team Magma more Ground and Steel Pokemon since they're about expanding the landmass and human advancement. As well as some more varied Fire types so you aren't just seeing Numel all game.

    Maxie
    • M. Camerupt
    • Crobat
    • Mightyena
    • Rhyperior
    • Klingklang


    Tabitha
    • Darmanitan
    • Aggron
    • Claydol


    Courtney
    • Ninetales
    • Magnezone


    Grunts
    • Numel of course
    • Houndour line
    • Magby line
    • Slugma line
    • Heatmor
    • Zubat line
    • Poochyena line
    • Koffing line
    • Aron line
    • Baltoy line
    • Drilbur line
    • Magnemite line
    Last edited by Emperor Empoleon; 18th May 2015 at 9:52 PM.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RedJirachi View Post
    Super Acid
    Type-Poison/Special
    Atk-70
    Acc-100
    PP-15
    Note-This move is super-effective against Poison Pokemon
    Pokemon that can learn this-Dragalage's signature move, as its acids can melt through hulls

    Hypothermia
    Type-Ice/Special
    Atk-70
    Acc-100
    PP-15
    Note-Super-effective against Fire Pokemon
    Pokemon that can learn this-Regice, Frost Rotom, Kyurem
    I like these two ideas. Especially, Super Acid. Most metals react strongly to acid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emperor Empoleon View Post
    My ideas for some updated Maxie/Magma rosters. I don't think ORAS did them proper by just copying straight from the original. (Especially after seeing a recent TCG that features both teams with a bit more Pokemon...) In general, I'd have given Team Magma more Ground and Steel Pokemon since they're about expanding the landmass and human advancement. As well as some more varied Fire types so you aren't just seeing Numel all game.

    Maxie
    • M. Camerupt
    • Crobat
    • Mightyena
    • Rhyperior
    • Klingklang


    Tabitha
    • Darmanitan
    • Aggron
    • Claydol


    Courtney
    • Ninetales
    • Magnezone


    Grunts
    • Numel of course
    • Houndour line
    • Magby line
    • Slugma line
    • Heatmor
    • Zubat line
    • Poochyena line
    • Koffing line
    • Aron line
    • Baltoy line
    • Drilbur line
    • Magnemite line
    I had similar thoughts, but I went with this for Team Magma:

    Maxie
    Camerupt, Crobat, Weezing, Flygon, Houndoom, Gliscor (those last two were found in their pre-evolved form in the Safari Zone in Emerald and I would have liked to have seen them kept)

    Tabitha
    Torkoal, Mightyena, Golbat

    Courtney
    Ninetales, Seviper, Swellow.

    Grunts: Numel, Slugma, Baltoy, Poochyena, Koffing, Grimer, Zubat, Magnemite, Vulpix, Skarmory, Trapinch, Machop, Sandshrew.

    Meanwhile I thought Team Aqua should go like this:

    Archie
    Sharpedo, Walrein, Starmie, Lanturn, Tentacruel, Armaldo

    Matt
    Crawdaunt, Ludicolo, Pelipper

    Shelly
    Azumarill, Sealeo, Masquerain.

    Grunts: Carvanha, Wingull, Spheal, Chinchou, Staryu, Tentacool, Lotad, Corphish, Marill, Surskit, Huntail & Gorebyss, Relicanth, Wailmer.
    Y Wonderlocke (Champions) - Pancake the Gooda, Lopunny, Mapleleaf the Serperior and Espeon.


    Ruby Wonderlocke (Champions) - Electrode, Pidgeot, Cacturne, Glaceon, Dustox and Thumper the Steelix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedJirachi View Post
    Generation 6

    Trans-Generation
    The Grand Eggs: In Gen VI, you get three special eggs that are, at the same time, items. Which one you get depends on your game. People who play Pokemon X or AS get Egg X. People who play Pokemon Y or OR get Egg Y. People who play Pokemon W or Z get Egg Z. You can transfer them to Gen VII. At a certain point, you can get someone to unlock them

    What you find are the shiny forms of Xerneas(Egg X), Yveltal(Egg Y) or Zygarde(Egg Z). Apparently, they were the result of AZ's atonement. During the Kalos War 800 years ago, he sought out to find a means of replacing them in case something resulted in the original's demise. They will all be Level 1, and all will have a signature move. Their original trainer will be AZ, who due to his ancient life will have the OT of 00000

    Their moves will be the Fairy, Dark and Ground equivalent to Draco Meteor

    ORAS Emerald DLC The Battle Frontier

    Artisan Cave: Artisan Cave is, like before, full of Smeargle. With a difference-at the center is a shiny Smeargle, at Level 60. This Smeargle has Sketch, Spore, Iron Defense and Thousand Arrows. It's a neat special Smeargle with a moveset foreshadowing Zygarde's future role

    Gym Leader rematches: One of the DLCs added was the ability to rematch the gym leaders. Every time you beat the Elite 4, they get stronger. They cap after beating the Elite 4 three times. At their max, they have a Mega Evolution and six Pokemon:
    * Roxanne: Probopass, Aurorus, Tyrantrum, Rhyperior, Relicanth, Mega Aerodactyl
    * Brawly: Hariyama, Machamp, Pangoro, Scrafty, Poliwrath, Mega Medicham
    * Wattson: Magnezone, Raichu, Electrode, Mega Manetric
    * Flannery: Magcargo, Ninetales, Arcanine, Chandelure, Blaziken, Mega Camerupt
    * Norman: Spinda, Protean Kecleon, Linoone, Slaking, Porygon-Z, Mega Lopunny
    * Skyla: Shiny Swellow, Tropius, Skarmory, Altaria, Mandibuzz and Mega Pidgeot
    * Tate and Liza: Solrock, Lunatone, Sigilyph, Xatu, Mega Gardevoir(OR), Mega Slowbro(AS)
    * Wallace: Unchanged, but Gyarados will be able to go Mega

    Frontier Brains: The biggest implement of the DLC will be the Battle Frontier. Your reward for beating a Frontier Brain on Silver Mode will be an Ability Capsule. However, you get something special for defeating a Frontier Brain on Gold Mode. A new item coded in thanks to the DLC: A Gold Capsule. Gold Capsules can unlock a Pokemon's Hidden Ability. This is actually prevalent in all the Frontier Brain's Pokemon, who at least one of their Pokemon has their Hidden Ability
    * For the first time, Anabel gets to show off Raikou's Volt Absorb
    * Spenser will wield, for the first time, Suicune's Water Absorb
    * Brandon will wield the Hidden Ability on either of his legendary birds
    * For the first time, Tucker gets to show off Swampert's Damp
    * Greta wields the Inner Focus Umbreon
    * Lucy wields a Hidden Ability Seviper

    New Megas: As hinted with the coding, there could be new Megas on the horizon. They are as follows:
    * Mega Milotic, who is Water/Dragon with Multiscale
    * Mega Flygon, who is Ground/Dragon with Bug Body(gives Pokemon STAB on Bug moves)
    * Mega Mightyena, who is Dark/Fighting with Intimidate
    * Mega Greninja, to hype the megas of WZ
    * Mega Slowking, who is Water/Psychic with Oblivious

    Event Pokemon: There are three event Pokemon thanks to DLCs you can get
    * Jirachi. Jirachi is obtainable after you get Primal Kyogre/Groudon. It was summoned in response to the activity, to try and stop them. However it was a bit too early, and is still stuck in the White Stone. The Wishtag becomes a Wish Flute, which can awaken Jirachi. Grumpy, it attacks. It is Level 50, and yes, it does have Doom Desire
    * Manaphy and Shaymin. Doesn't require an event item, as it is part of the DLC. However it requires to have defeated the Elite 4 twice. They decide you should be awarded. They show off the Mystical Lake, which is the one place you can get wild Phione. In the center is a Level 60 Manaphy. Shaymin is obtained with the third defeat of the Elite 4. It is Level 70, and because of the odd forest that it's in, will fight you in Sky Forme

    Generation 6.5

    Something unique has occurred in Pokemon. With so much time before the 3DS becomes irrelevant, and the existence of DLCs, combined with the shortage of new Pokemon...I am convinced there will be new Pokemon before Generation 7. A special download will allow you to alter games of XY and ORAS to fit an "Extra Dex", for Pokemon previously unknown to exist. I imagine about 79(combined, that makes a neat 150) new Pokemon will suffice

    Pokemon Thunder Yellow(that I haven't covered)
    Special legendaries: You get, like Deoxys, an in-game mythical Pokemon-Celebi. After the Elite 4, a member of Team Rocket will try to hunt down Celebi. It'll be Giovanni incognito, who wishes to use Celebi to rewrite his past mistakes

    Event legendaries: There are two event legends catchable with event items. The first is Meloetta, who is Level 60. Meloetta can be found by defeating Gary Oak, and notice Jessie and James successfully captured it. Fight them one last time, and manage to get Meloetta for yourself. It will know Relic Song. It is not shiny locked, being the first time you can theoretically get a shiny Meloetta

    The second is after the Celebi episode. It is a Level 70 Darkrai. Darkrai is causing trouble in Lavender Town, causing nightmares, You go to stop it. Darkrai already knows Dark Void

    W/Z
    Zygarde: Zygarde gets a boost in Mega Zygarde. Like Rayquaza, it doesn't require a Mega Stone. Rather, it Mega Evolves due to an awakened Huge Mega Stone X or Huge Mega Stone Y. This Huge Mega Stone becomes a key item, and Zygarde will Mega Evolve with Thousand Arrows or Thousand Wave. While Zygarde's type does not change, it gains two very useful abilities:

    Mega Zygarde X obtains the Ability Alpha Land. Alpha Land is used against Xerneas, and alters typing mechanics. Alpha Land makes Ground Pokemon resistant to Fairy moves, and Ground moves become super-effective against Fairy Pokemon. Omega Wrath is against Yveltal, making Ground moves able to hit Flying types and super-effective against Dark moves

    Zygarde can only Mega Evolve if you use these moves

    Mew: Like Deoxys, Mew plays an important part in the aftergame. It is kind of a backward Delta Episode. You need to search for AZ, who will reveal just what powered the Ultimate Weapon-Mew. In the ruins of this, you will find it full of Dittos. But Mew has fled

    Lysandre plays a part of the aftergame. During the game, Team Flare tried to reclaim its lost members. In W(sequel to X), Lysandre was crushed but survived due to immortality. In Z(sequel to Y), Lysandre survived, but was left isolated in what remained in his lair for years. Either way, he's even more nuts. And he has kidnapped Mewtwo

    Mewtwo is in his base state(Lysandre could not create a large enough connection for Mega Evolution), and rather Lysandre is trying to control him. To have hope of stopping him, find Mew. Mew is special in that it has a Primal Evolution brought forth by the power of the Ultimate Weapon

    The energy of the weapon allows Mew to initiate its Primal Evolution. It is Level 70. Primal Mew's typing is Psychic/Normal. Its ability is Protean. Like Mega Rayquaza, it merely needs to know a move. This move is the opposite of Light of Ruin. Mew knows Light of Glory, a Psychic move with 120 ATK, Specially oriented, 80 acc, 5 PP and hits multiple targets. It leaves a "soothing shine", which prevents status ailments for the team for 5 turns. Essentially, its Safeguard

    Lysandre lunges at you, doing what only Ghetsis has done before-attack you directly with his controlled Mewtwo. But Mewtwo isn't under Lysandre's control, and wipes his mind, leaving him in a coma. Mewtwo then challenges you to an actual fight. It is Level 80, and knows Psystrike

    Afterwards, you go to Professor Sycamore. Sad that his friend is stuck in a permanent coma, he requests something from you: give him back his memories. Your Mewtwo decides to do so. But something is different....Lysandre has forgotten all his evil deed and is once more optimistic. You can fight him later, where he will be the strongest trainer

    Elite 4: Each Elite 4 member will have a new Mega Evolution in their rematch, showing off some new Megas. Here they are:
    * Malva, having been outed as the public Team Flare leader, is no longer an Elite 4. Instead, you face a new Elite 4 in Wulfric. An Ice type user still, he utilizes Mega Avalugg, which is exclusive to Pokemon W. Mega Avalugg is Ice/Steel with Sturdy
    * Siebold utilizes one of the XY Megas: Mega Blastoise
    * Wikstrom utilizes a Mega from ORAS: Mega Steelix
    * Drasna utilizes a new Mega: Mega Noivern, which is Flying/Dragon with Boombox. Boombox is an ability that boosts the power of Sound Moves
    * The Champion will be a true treat. It's none other than the XY player characters! They shall also be the only time, other than N, where the Champion wields a legendary
    ** Serena will wield Greninja, Mega Charizard X, Lucario, Rhyperior, Clawitzer and Xerneas
    ** Calem will wield Chesnaught, Mega Charizard Y, Lucario, Rhyperior, Dragalge and Yveltal

    Special opponents: There are three special opponents you can fight, that require certain conditions to battle. Here they are:
    * AZ. AZ has done some training, and will fight you to see how you are. After Episode V(the equivalent of Delta Episode), you can rematch him. At first, he has his special Floette, Torkoal, Golurk and Sigilyph. Afterwards, he will wield Floette, Torkoal, Golurk, Sigilyph, Aegislash, Primal Aurorus(if playing W)/Primal Tyrantrum(if playing Z)
    * Lysandre can be properly fought after Episode V. He will be the second toughest opponent in the game. He will utilize Mega Gyarados, Pyroar, Honchkrow, Mienshao, Volcarona and Florges
    * The best treat of all comes after defeating the Elite 4 a third time. You discover, to your surprise, Calem/Serena are no longer the Champion. Someone dethroned them. Who? Hilda in W, Hilbert in Z. Their team are as follows:
    ** Hilda: The Unova Starter you are weak to and the Elemental Monkey with a Mega, Musharna, Golurk, Volcarona, Reshiram
    ** Hilbert: The Unova Starter you are weak to and the Elemental Moneky as a Mega, Musharna, Golurk, Volcarona, Zekrom

    New Megas(just to start)
    Mega Elemental Monkeys: The Elemental Monkeys get megas. All three gain Fighting type, and the Hidden Abilities of the Unova starters
    Mega Johto Starters: These Pokemon replace the Kanto starters as your second starter
    * Mega Meganium is Grass/Fairy, with Healer as an ability
    * Mega Typhlosion is Fire, with Sheer Force as an ability
    * Mega Feraligatr is Water/Dark, with Strong Jaw as an ability
    Primal Fossils: There are four fossil Pokemon than can revert to their original state. The orbs necessary for Aurorus and Tyrantrum are in both versions. Primal Cradily and Armaldo are exclusive to different versions.
    * Primal Aurorus is an Electric/Ice Pokemon with Electrilize(Normal moves become Electric)
    * Primal Tyrantrum is a Dark/Dragon Pokemon retaining its Strong Jaw ability
    * Primal Cradily is a Water/Grass Pokemon with Suction Cups
    * Primal Armaldo is a Water/Bug Pokemon with Keen Eye
    Mega Genesect: You get a Mega Drive as Genesect's Mega Stone. Its ability, Drive Charge, gives Genesect STAB on their drive. Mega Drive B makes it STAB on Fire, Mega Drive C makes it STAB on Ice, Mega Drive D makes it STAB on Water and Mega Drive S makes it STAB on Electric

    Event legendaries: Through events, you get three Pokemon
    * Volcanion is like Victini. You find it Level 20. Volcanion, after dealing with Zygarde, gets to learn its second signature move: Geyser Blast. This is a Fire attack that's also a Water attack. If it knows this move, it can Primal Evolve. Primal Volcanion has White Smoke
    * After defeating the Elite 4 once, you can go and get a Level 60 Keldeo. Why? Keldeo is the fourth musketeer, a French novel. It is not shiny-locked, so you have a chance of getting shiny Keldeo. With a rematch, you get to try and catch a Level 70 Genesect
    Good ideas but I don't like the idea of DLC as not everyone would have access. I doubt we get any more mythical pokemon as in game legendaries as I think Deoxys is just a one-off. I also don't see a Kanto remake.
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    Here are some pretty neat moves of mine:

    Acid Rain (Status)
    Type: Poison
    Power: none
    Accuracy: none
    PP: 10
    Description: The user summons harmful rain that damages non-Poison-type Pokémon each turn (1/16 HP). Steel and Water types receive double damage.

    Shadow Field (Status)
    Type: Dark
    Power: none
    Accuracy: none
    PP: 15
    Description: The user creates an eerie space simulating nighttime, boosting the power of Dark-type moves. This move also enhances the following moves:
    - Moonlight: now restores 3/4 HP.
    - Moonblast: power is increased to 100.
    - Shadow Sneak: power is increased to 50.
    - Shadow Punch: power is increased to 70.
    - Flash: now reduces accuracy by 50%.

    Dream State (Status)
    Type: Ghost
    Power: none
    Accuracy: none
    PP: 5
    Description: The user creates a bizarre space that negates the effects of Sleep, allowing all Pokémon to attack normally. However, this move does not remove the status infliction, nor does it prevent it.

    Dream Sequence (Special)
    Type: Ghost
    Power: 70
    Accuracy: 100
    PP: 15
    Description: The user blasts the opponent with a cold wave of energy. This move can also be used while the user is asleep, and does double damage in the event.

    Transcend (Status)
    Type: Ghost
    Power: none
    Accuracy: none
    PP: 5
    Description: The user removes itself from its body, boosting evasion by 50%. This move can also be used outside of battle to transport the player to the Overworld and Underworld.

    Fine Touch (Status)
    Type: Normal
    Power: none
    Accuracy: none
    PP: 15
    Description: The user calms itself and grows confident, boosting the power of Normal-type moves by 30%.

    Reciprocate (Status)
    Type: Psychic
    Power: none
    Accuracy: none
    PP: 5
    Description: The user shields itself in preparation for attack. If the opponent attacks, the move is negated and reflected back to the opponent, dealing double damage. Damage calculation is still applied for the move.

    River Flood (Status)
    Type: Water
    Power: none
    Accuracy: none
    PP: 10
    Description: The user floods the surrounding area, creating a water-based field for 5 turns. This move also enhances the following moves:
    - Surf: power is increased to 100.
    - Dive: power is increased to 90.
    - Soak: now cannot miss.
    - Water Pledge: power is increased to 90.
    - Water Pulse: power is increased to 70, and probability of confusion is increased to 30%.
    - Aqua Ring: now restores 1/4 HP.
    - Whirlpool: power is increased to 40.

    Tiger Force (Physical)
    Type: Water
    Power: 110
    Accuracy: 100
    PP: 10
    Description: The user launches at the opponent from underwater. This move fails if used on land.

    Dry Ice (Physical)
    Type: Ice
    Power: 60
    Accuracy: 100
    PP: 10
    Description: The user bashes the opponent with a block of dry ice. Once hit, the user can no longer escape. This move also has a 20% chance of inflicting Burn or Freeze.

    Final Reading (Status)
    Type: Psychic
    Power: none
    Accuracy: none
    PP: 5
    Description: The user predicts the opponent's demise. After three turns, the opponent faints.

    Target Change (Special)
    Type: Electric
    Power: 70
    Accuracy: 100
    PP: 15
    Description: The user issues a shocking attack, but switches out the opponent first. This move always goes last.

    Deposition (Status)
    Type: Ice
    Power: none
    Accuracy: none
    PP: 5
    Description: The user quickly freezes all the air around it, boosting its Defense and Special Defense by 30%. This moves also removes the Rock and Steel weaknesses for Ice-types.
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    Thunder Yellow
    Pink Butterfree: Along with their shiny, a third Butterfree can be found. Later on in your Thunder Yellow adventure, you can discover a Level 25 Butterfree that's Pink. It's shiny locked, though its hacked shiny is present. This female, pink Butterfree differs from just having a pink coloration. It has three perfect IVs, and already knows Attract

    Ghost Marowak: The Marowak ghost you find is changed somewhat. It gains a unique Ground/Ghost typing, and a different design from other Marowak. Though it still cannot be caught

    Crystal Onix: Found in Sevii(the game's closest equivalent to Orange Islands), it can evolve into a Crystal Steelix. It is unique in being able to know Surf, and has a signature ability-Crystal Body. Crystal Body makes Onix immune to Water attacks, but weak to Fire moves

    Mewtwo story: As part of the original Yellow being a partial adaptation of the anime, Thunder Yellow makes Mewtwo an important part. It ends up replacing Gary as the final boss. Mewtwo gets a forme change, and Cerulean Cave becomes its own dungeon. Inside it, is a cave full of Pokemon you don't normally find there. You can catch them in the post-game. These are Pokemon cloned from the Elite 4. They are Dewgong, Tyrogue, Slowbro, Onix, Machoke, Haunter, Golbat, Arbok, Gyarados and Dragonair

    Giovanni uses Mewtwo with similar mechanics to Ghetsis and Kyurem. When you battle him at first, it is a forced loss example, with Mewtwo being Level 50 compared to your lesser-levelled Pokemon at the time. Even if you do win, Mewtwo uses its psychic powers to push you away. As controlled by Giovanni, Mewtwo has its armor. It gains No Guard, but lowers BST by 80.

    Mewtwo will use six Pokemon. The first three are the cloned variety of the starters, who do have different designs. Its other Pokemon are Porygon-Z, Imposter Ditto and the Eevelution neither you or Gary have. You may be able to catch them after defeating Mewtwo, as bosses

    Pink Coloration: Based of those in Pinkan Island, you can go to a parlor there and will give certain Pokemon a pink coloration. it is purely asesthetic

    Snowlax: A third Snorlax can be found slumbering in the same region as Articuno. It is Normal/Ice with Ice type moves Snorlax cannot normally learn

    Hidden Abilities to Pokemon that have none
    Arceus-Protean
    Archen line-Speed Boost
    Baltoy line-Oblivious
    Carnivine-Gluttony
    Celebi-Speed Boost
    Chingling line-Soundproof
    Clauncher line-Sniper
    Lake trio-Swift Swim
    Misdreavous and Mismagius-Illusion(remember that Dream Episode?)
    Musketeer Quartet-Telepathy
    Cryogonal-Mirror Body(Light Screen is permanent so long as this Pokemon is on the field)
    Cherubi line-Drought
    Deino line-Strong Jaw
    Diancie-Sturdy
    Vibrava and Flygon-Strong Jaw
    Gastly line-Poison Body
    Genesect-Sniper
    Groudon-Magma Armor
    Hoopa-Prankster
    Jirachi-Super Luck
    Solrock-Cholorphyll
    Lunatone-???
    Volcanion-White Smoke
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    some Pokémon I made up:

    Compsar (based of the Compsognathus)
    the small hunter Pokémon
    abilities: tough claws/guts HA: Mold Breaker
    Rock/Dark
    1'7"
    12 LBS
    HP: 50
    Attack: 35
    Defense: 15
    Special attack: 5
    Special defense: 15
    Speed: 55
    A small carnivorus Pokémon that lived millions of years ago, to compensate for its small size it hunts in packs it attacks when its prey least expects it or when they its most vulnerable, they are incredibly reckless and will target anything that moves.

    it resembles a small dark green dinosaur with brown stripes o nits back, there are no gender differences

    Velocirant (a combination of Velociraptor and tyrant)
    the hunting Pokémon
    abilities: Tough Claws/Guts HA: Mold Breaker
    Evolves from Compsar at level 37
    Rock/Dark
    5'9"
    195 LBS
    HP: 200
    Attack: 125
    Defense: 55
    Special Attack: 15
    Special Defense: 55
    Speed: 175
    a vicious hunter that hunts in packs, despite that they rarely go after large prey, they are also much less reckless than their pre-evolved form. Some of their favorite foods consist of fish, small rodents, and Pikachu.

    they are also surprisingly loyal to their trainer and teammates (regardless of species) even by Pokémon standard.

    they look like the Velociraptors from Jurassic Park, but have dark green skin almost to the point of black and blood red stripes all over there body often mistaken for bloody battle scars.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedJirachi View Post
    Thunder Yellow
    Pink Butterfree: Along with their shiny, a third Butterfree can be found. Later on in your Thunder Yellow adventure, you can discover a Level 25 Butterfree that's Pink. It's shiny locked, though its hacked shiny is present. This female, pink Butterfree differs from just having a pink coloration. It has three perfect IVs, and already knows Attract

    Ghost Marowak: The Marowak ghost you find is changed somewhat. It gains a unique Ground/Ghost typing, and a different design from other Marowak. Though it still cannot be caught

    Crystal Onix: Found in Sevii(the game's closest equivalent to Orange Islands), it can evolve into a Crystal Steelix. It is unique in being able to know Surf, and has a signature ability-Crystal Body. Crystal Body makes Onix immune to Water attacks, but weak to Fire moves

    Mewtwo story: As part of the original Yellow being a partial adaptation of the anime, Thunder Yellow makes Mewtwo an important part. It ends up replacing Gary as the final boss. Mewtwo gets a forme change, and Cerulean Cave becomes its own dungeon. Inside it, is a cave full of Pokemon you don't normally find there. You can catch them in the post-game. These are Pokemon cloned from the Elite 4. They are Dewgong, Tyrogue, Slowbro, Onix, Machoke, Haunter, Golbat, Arbok, Gyarados and Dragonair

    Giovanni uses Mewtwo with similar mechanics to Ghetsis and Kyurem. When you battle him at first, it is a forced loss example, with Mewtwo being Level 50 compared to your lesser-levelled Pokemon at the time. Even if you do win, Mewtwo uses its psychic powers to push you away. As controlled by Giovanni, Mewtwo has its armor. It gains No Guard, but lowers BST by 80.

    Mewtwo will use six Pokemon. The first three are the cloned variety of the starters, who do have different designs. Its other Pokemon are Porygon-Z, Imposter Ditto and the Eevelution neither you or Gary have. You may be able to catch them after defeating Mewtwo, as bosses

    Pink Coloration: Based of those in Pinkan Island, you can go to a parlor there and will give certain Pokemon a pink coloration. it is purely asesthetic

    Snowlax: A third Snorlax can be found slumbering in the same region as Articuno. It is Normal/Ice with Ice type moves Snorlax cannot normally learn

    Hidden Abilities to Pokemon that have none
    Arceus-Protean
    Archen line-Speed Boost
    Baltoy line-Oblivious
    Carnivine-Gluttony
    Celebi-Speed Boost
    Chingling line-Soundproof
    Clauncher line-Sniper
    Lake trio-Swift Swim
    Misdreavous and Mismagius-Illusion(remember that Dream Episode?)
    Musketeer Quartet-Telepathy
    Cryogonal-Mirror Body(Light Screen is permanent so long as this Pokemon is on the field)
    Cherubi line-Drought
    Deino line-Strong Jaw
    Diancie-Sturdy
    Vibrava and Flygon-Strong Jaw
    Gastly line-Poison Body
    Genesect-Sniper
    Groudon-Magma Armor
    Hoopa-Prankster
    Jirachi-Super Luck
    Solrock-Cholorphyll
    Lunatone-???
    Volcanion-White Smoke
    Not gonna lie, I REALLY like your ideas.

    - The Mewtwo storyline is cool. Which of its stats drop when it's wearing armor?
    - I've also wanted to see Crystal Onix in a game, I've had some ideas about, and it feels like you read my mind (the only difference is that you named the ability Crystal Body. I named it Crystalline).
    - The Ghost Marowak is pretty neat. I would have it drop Marowakite after you defeat it, and Mega Marowak should be Ground/Ghost type with either Parental Bond or a Ghost-type variation of Aerilate.
    - The Pokémon with pink coloration is a cool idea, too.
    - In a Yellow remake, I would include an Electric-type variation of Hyper Beam that only the electric rodents (Pikachu, Minun, Dedenne, etc.) can learn. The move is taught by the same tutor who teaches Frenzy Plant, Blast Burn, and Hydro Cannon. Let's call the move Ultra Shock for now.
    - But why do the Deino line, Vibrava, and Flygon have Strong Jaw? Why does Solrock have Chlorophyll?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoarOfTime91 View Post
    Not gonna lie, I REALLY like your ideas.

    - The Mewtwo storyline is cool. Which of its stats drop when it's wearing armor?
    - I've also wanted to see Crystal Onix in a game, I've had some ideas about, and it feels like you read my mind (the only difference is that you named the ability Crystal Body. I named it Crystalline).
    - The Ghost Marowak is pretty neat. I would have it drop Marowakite after you defeat it, and Mega Marowak should be Ground/Ghost type with either Parental Bond or a Ghost-type variation of Aerilate.
    - The Pokémon with pink coloration is a cool idea, too.
    - In a Yellow remake, I would include an Electric-type variation of Hyper Beam that only the electric rodents (Pikachu, Minun, Dedenne, etc.) can learn. The move is taught by the same tutor who teaches Frenzy Plant, Blast Burn, and Hydro Cannon. Let's call the move Ultra Shock for now.
    - But why do the Deino line, Vibrava, and Flygon have Strong Jaw? Why does Solrock have Chlorophyll?
    Well, Solrock is the Sun Pokémon. Though Solar Power would be much more fitting, since Solrock isn't a plant.

    I also really like these ideas! The Mewtwo plot seems very interesting. Well, since Mewtwo is wearing its power-limiting armor, lowering its speed and/or its offensive stats would make sense, along with a slight defensive boost.

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    Yay, people like my ideas!

    Ok, here's how I'd implement different mythical Pokemon in DLCs. Also shinies:

    Mew-As I've mentioned, Mew could play a role similar to Deoxys in Pokemon WZ, and I've mentioned how it'd work. Don't need to go into any more detail. If we ever get Thunder Yellow, they could make an event that would FINALLY have it under the truck. Hey, they canonized the Deoxys rumors

    Celebi-Celebi could be a repeating event. Whenever a new generations come along with a Pokebank-like function, a Celebi is given out. Seeing as how it's transferring between generations, the Time Travel Pokemon makes sense. If an official Shiny Celebi is ever released, I think it should be some sort of tribute to the Mystery Dungeon games. Actually, scratch that, that should've been the event that you can get back in the day

    Jirachi-It's been a while since we've had an event Pokemon you can catch. So, if they hopefully add DLC, along with the Battle Frontier they could add Jirachi. And, my wish would be it being activated by the Wishtag item on the white rock in Mossdeep

    Manaphy-In the inevitable remakes of DP, it'll probably be given out as an egg. For similar reasoning, I expect Darkrai and Shaymin events. Though with Cresselia's connection to Darkrai, it may no longer be an event only Pokemon

    Arceus-I've mentioned this, but I like it being the Deoxys equivalent. Or maybe, just maybe, the main Pokemon. Imagine if, in Gen 7, they release Thunder Yellow and whatever the Arceus equivalent to Platinum would be

    Victini-A cool idea for a Victini event would be it being given out on July 4. A shiny Victini may be the reward for going to New York

    Keldeo-The Musketeers! They're from France, so it makes sense for Keldeo to be available in WZ
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    Changes to existing moves:
    Egg Bomb
    Type: Normal
    Category: Physical
    Power: 100
    Accuracy: 75 -> 100
    PP: 10
    Effect: 30% chance to flinch

    Signal Beam
    Type: Bug
    Category: Special
    Power: 70 -> 75
    Accuracy: 100
    PP: 15
    Effect: 10% to inflict Confusion -> 20% chance to inflict confusion

    Knock Off
    Type: Dark
    Category: Physical
    Power: 65 -> 60
    Accuracy: 100
    PP: 25 -> 20
    Effect: Same (doubles in power if foe has an item)
    Basically a small nerf to this move, while still retaining the Gen VI major buff.

    Thief
    Type: Dark
    Category: Physical
    Power: 60
    Accuracy: 100
    PP: 25 -> 20
    Effect: Triples in power an item is successfully stolen.
    This makes it a sort of one time move that is more powerful than Knock Off. It can be used more than once with a gimmick of fling/trick, but in most cases it's a one-time dark-typed V-create that, like Acrobatics, you need to be item-less to execute at full power.

    Aerial Ace
    Type: Flying
    Category: Physical
    Power: 60
    Accuracy: -- (always hit) -> 100
    PP: 20
    Effect: Gains +1 priority if the user if a flying-type. Priority does NOT stack up with Gale Wings.

    Razor Wind
    Type: Normal -> Flying
    Category: Special
    Power: 80
    Accuracy: 100
    PP: 10
    Effect: also takes a turn to charge but now ALWAYS crits.

    Poison Tail
    Type: Poison
    Category: Physical
    Power: 50 -> 85
    Accuracy: 100 -> 95
    PP: 25 -> 15
    Effect: Same
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    Quote Originally Posted by SMZCORE View Post
    Aerial Ace
    Type: Flying
    Category: Physical
    Power: 60
    Accuracy: -- (always hit) -> 100
    PP: 20
    Effect: Gains +1 priority if the user if a flying-type. Priority does NOT stack up with Gale Wings.
    That is a rather different move now, as well as missing some of the reference (Look up Sasaki Kojiro). It'd probably be better to just make a new move.

    New Ability

    Retreat Plan
    Description: The user can retreat after knocking out an opponent.
    Effect: After knocking out an opponent, you can switch out the Pokémon.

    A bit of an inverse of abilities like Illuminte or Run Away which can be used in-game, but are useless in multiplayer. In-game, you can just turn on switching in battles. In multiplayer, this makes it so you don't have to waste a turn switching out. I'm not sure if you switch out before or after the opponent, so I'm not sure of actual usefulness.

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    This is one of my favorite moves of mine.

    Concussion (Physical)
    Type: Fighting
    Power: 120
    Accuracy: 80
    PP: 10
    Description: The user charges incredibly fast at the opponent, dealing serious damage. However, the move knocks the user to out, causing Sleep.


    I love this move, because it is the central attack in a family of moves, abilities, and pokemon I created. While in actual battles, Concussion would be considered a risk move, within the "family" it is the start of a rather sinister set up. I created a set of pokemon who are capable of attacking normally while asleep, and I also incorporated such moves and abilities into existing pokemon as well. Ultimately, Concussion is a move best used in a team based around Sleep, but it is a very good move on its own.
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    Just a continuation from adapting extra-game canon and early ideas to the story

    Betas reborn
    Mega Weavile
    Type-Dark/Ice
    Ability-Speed Boost
    Note-Adopts the original palette intended for Sneasel

    Mega Girafarig
    Type-Dark/Psychic
    Ability-Defiant
    Note-It's chomp-chomp head has become an independent head, in the vein of the early Girafarig design

    Mega Poliwrath
    Type-Water/Fighting
    Ability-Intimidate
    Note-It gains a crown, similar to the original design

    Mega Qwilfish
    Type-Water/Poison
    Ability-Levitate
    Note-Based off the original plan for Qwilfish

    Cuporch, Flambear and Infursine, the Firey Bear Pokemon
    Type-Fire
    Ability-Flame Body(Hidden Ability Blaze)

    Anime Based
    Crystal Onix
    Type-Rock/Ground
    Ability-Crystal Body(becomes immune to Water Pokemon and weak to Fire Pokemon)
    Note-Does not evolve or is breedable. Can learn a number of Water moves. It's signature move, Crystal Jab, is a powerful Rock move that is super-effective against Water Pokemon
    Stats-Like AZ's Floette, Crystal Onix is much more powerful than a normal Onix, and a bit stronger than Steelix

    Gold Sudowoodo
    Type-Rock
    Ability-Water Absorb

    Snowlax
    Type-Normal
    Ability-Cold Power(Ice moves get STAB)

    Pink Butterfree
    Type-Bug/Flying
    Gender-Female
    Ability-Cute Charm
    BST-Butterfree is somewhat stronger than your standard Butterfree. It also knows a few moves it can not normally know

    Pink Pokemon-Some Pokemon, as in the ones seen as pink in that Pink Episode, can have a pink palette change visiting someone

    Compressed Forme Mewtwo
    Type-Psychic
    Ability-No Guard
    BST-600
    Note-Based off the armored Mewtwo. Giovanni uses it in the storyline of Pokemon Thunder Yellow

    Pokedex and in-game implied
    Mega Genesect(known as "Complete Genesect")
    Type-Bug/Steel
    Ability-Drive Infusion(obtains STAB on a certain type of move, depending on Mega Stone used)
    BST-700
    Item-Genesectite D(Douse), S(Shock), F(Flame) or C(Chill)

    Primal Genesect
    Type-Bug
    Ability-Bug Slayer(all moves are super-effective against Bug Pokemon)
    BST-700
    Item-Plasmic Orb

    Mega Weezing
    Type-Poison/Fire
    Ability-Levitate
    Item-Weezingite
    Note-Gains a third head

    Mega Arbok
    Type-Poison/Dragon
    Ability-Intimidate
    Item-Arbokite

    Tanovim, the Towering Pokemon
    Type-Dragon/Water
    Ability-Plasma Charge(Electric and Fire moves gain STAB)
    BST-740
    Note-To obtain this Pokemon, fuse all three of the tao trio together
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedJirachi View Post
    Tanovim, the Towering Pokemon
    Type-Dragon/Water
    Ability-Plasma Charge(Electric and Fire moves gain STAB)
    BST-740
    Note-To obtain this Pokemon, fuse all three of the tao trio together
    Now this is what I want to see, the original Dragon. But I suggest it gets stab for Ice moves as well since Kyurem is part of trio. Good job with this idea though.
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