The other power plants have to be there for something. It would be interesting if they became the first ever event locations not associated with legendaries. :P
Anyway... ah the Kalos region. I have to say It's grown on me a bit but....
It's still my least favorite region.
This is for the same reason I don't like France, or any part of Europe, in the real world.. It's just too.. "civilized." Despite the ridiculous species diversity in Kalos, I feel like more than 50% of the region is a city or town, and if you count the many developed regions in the routes, the area covered by human habitation must be around 60%... As a certain NPC said (in some hotel, forgot where) Kalos (and france) used to be covered in forests. However, there are only two accessible forests in the game, and the region is largely devoid of healthy forests elsewhere. Also, I was excited for the new desert... but I'm rather dissapointed by the luminose badlands. First of all, I'm almost 99% sure it's not a natural desert, I think it came into existence in one of two ways;
1. If you notice, the gate between the luminose badlands and luminose city opens into a river. The BADlands could have once been WETlands, but they were diverted to serve the water needs of luminose city, creating a wasteland where only burrowing creatures that could access underground water sources could survive.
2. Pollution from the power plants, as well as the water needs of the plant, stripped the landscape of most of its plants and wild life.
3. All of the above
WTF ZYGARDE, DO SOMETHING!!!! D:
So I was building quite a nice winning streak on random wifi battles, having beaten my way through countless Garchomps, Volcoronas, Aegislash and Mega Blazikens. Then my streak was utterly broken by a Vivillon, who completely swept my team.
I laughed it off as a one off sort of thing, since the guy deserved props for using it after all. But just as I was starting to build another win streak another Vivillon trainer showed up and it happened again. I am living in perpetual fear that the next trainer I face will have a happy, smiling murder butterfly on their team.
Pokemon #666 indeed.
And yes, Lumiose badlands is NOT a natural desert. Just one thing though... Badlands are not deserts, and deserts are not badlands. Those are two different things so don't compare one with the other. Badlands are dry terrain formed, over time, through deposition and erosion. That area could have once been a forest, a meadow, a river, a lake, a marsh, etc... So I agree with you that the Power Plants had a negative impact on this area.
Anyway, I actually like the Badlands. It's the first terrain of its kind in all of the regions we've been to.
I think the Battle Chateau will also be updated in future games. Seriously, it's painfully obvious the thing has three floors, yet we can only access the first floor.
Also, there is a small detail that they should've added, regarding that small gondola docked on one side of the Chateau, on the first floor. For whatever reason we can't even see the dock from inside the Chateau, despite being on the same floor.
So is there some fairy-tale that would help in explaining why the clock in Laverre has thirteen hours on it?
To right the countless wrongs of our day, we shine this light of true redemption, that this place may become as paradise. What a wonderful world such would be...
Or this explanation I found somewhere on the Internet:
Its postulated that thirteen hour or 13 o'clock refers to the actual one minute time span from 12:59am/pm to 1am/pm, in which those whom are and were bound to 3rd dimensional earth live life on a 12 hour clock, but those that were never bound to 3rd dimensional earth live on a 13 hour clock but those that have the ability to exist within both dimension get a full hour to exist, move around and interact within 3rd dimensional earth where time in itself is like on pause or motionless, frozen in time. This is where and when demons and the like do their biding and cause chaos to be unfolded by playing pranks, if you will, to people who are frozen within time (like hiding your car keys in the sofa when you know you placed them on the table, etc.).
It works like this, for every second within that one minutes between 12:59 to 1:00 they gain one minute of frozen time, so technically since theres 60 seconds in a minute, they gain one hour of frozen time, but to us it happens in one second.
I have spent hours in Lumiose City just to listen to the music. Its so rich and vibrant. Like a good meal
what do you guys think of the chamber of emptiness?
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On that note, the entire lower half of Route 22 isn't documented, most likely due to the fact that you need Waterfall to access it, and that it's first accessible before the 1st Gym, and due to the Chamber of Emptiness being situated at the lower half, it would logically be discluded either because said area was forgotten about, or discluded due to it being such an old area and having a jump from before 1st to after last Gym or vice-versa us simply too large to cover without some confusion.
I don't know if this goes here but will post it anyways....
My friend said something about a new update coming along for x and y where you get to own a hotel and there is a lot more post game stuff to do. Has anyone heard of this rumor. He said he found it online...
For some reason, it's snowing in Dendimille town. I've never seen this before. Is it because it's Christmas time and the developers planned it this way, or it usually snows at certain periods in the month based on the date?
I'm always visitng the move deleters and reminder house, so I don't see snow usually.
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