The trailer this morning blew me away. I reall love how the region is like and I feel like it is a different direction to what we have usually. Cars passing by, we can change clothes now. I am fascinated with Europe.. so it might just be that.
Oh, and by the way, is it just me or are the references to France a lot more significant than the references in previous games? Or maybe I am just more into it lol
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I got to say, i love the new region.
I hope they keep the seasons and like gernerator said, the weather should change as well. They have weather in some routs in other games and in emerald the weather changed with where the legendary trio was.
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Well the region does seem cool and huge. Personally, i've never really liked sea Routes (even in Red/Blue) so it's an other reason why i like this region.
But it seems that Japan is fond of France. And it's also de first time that a Pokémon region is based on an entire country, not just a small part!
I'm overwhelmed as there is so much to talk about here, but I don't know how to describe any of it. On the West coast it looks like the It's A Small World ride, and below it could be a graveyard. The Pokemon League looks likes it's on the South West side. And I absolutly have no idea what that big white and blue thing east of the it's a small world ride could be.
That pink thing in the water in the snowy area...WHAT IS THAT??
The Starting town looks like it's the town in the very north.
You know your name better than I do. YAY!
Anyone else think the huge tree in the northern-most town is the one we saw in the first trailer?
the league is definitely in that castle that is near the snowy area
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I thought about the two basins and that Karlos is like a "Countryside Region" and Unova is like a urban region with big and industrial cities...
I really hope they don't include other regions in this game.
I'd much prefer something like the Battle Zone, mixed with the Battle Frontier and PWT. Battle Zone because it added new explorable locations and wild Pokemon from earlier games, Battle Frontier because of all the facilities, and the PWT because it's nice to see old faces return and it was actually really good fun.
I hope they do that. I hate it when something is introduced in a game and then doesn't make a re-appearance (Unless it's something like Muscials, they kinda sucked...).
EDIT: Oh yeah, and a Pokeathlon wouldn't be so bad either. It was one of the few side-game things that I really enjoyed.
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Here is my derping of the whole region:
The player starts at the southwestern town. The only way out is through the caves, so the player is told to visit the stonehenge and the Saint Michel to train up a bit.
After the player arrives at St Michel, some abnormalities on the sea surface prevented access to the island. The player returns, crosses the cave and visits the central cities.
Upon arrival at Paris the player discovers/ is told about the evil deeds of the Viking team. Then the player is invited to the star-shaped northern town to take a closer look at the region's legends.
The player then decides to cross the sea to find the key to meeting the legendary poke. The player returns to Saint Michel, sails to the islands, retrieves the item needed and lands at Normandie.
Then the player discovers that Xerneas(X)/Yveltal(Y) has already been caught by the Viking team and that they are heading to the northeastern mountains for Yggdrasill to exploit its power. The player meets Yveltal(X)/Xerneas(Y) and defeats them beyond the snowy mountains.