Totally agreed with the more than 151 new pokemon but i preffer them before national dex. I would love new splits and older pokemon evolutions too... And if we talk about evolutions of previous gens pokes i think parasect and dewgong should gets evolutions... the look like incomplete to me.
I'm just hoping that the pre-national dex has a decent range of Fire Type Pokémon. Looking at the D/P Sinnoh dex, before defeating the Pokémon League the only Fire Type Pokémon you had access to were the Chimchar line and the Ponyta line. So in most cases, if you wanted a Fire Type on your team you'd have to settle for Rapidash - which reeeeeally isn't all that great in stats.
And then Game Freak makes a Fire Type E4 member.
Sure, each of his Pokémon know at least one Fire Type attack but I still found this kinda stupid.
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This gettibg really off topic :|
On-topic: Would you like to have the deino,pawniard and bagon line to have in the dex?
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Greninja, Venusaur, Blaziken, Raichu, Tyrantrum, Mr. Mime
Pokémon X Planned Team Members
Chesnaught, Charizard, Vespiquen, Jynx, Jolteon, Lucario
Karen is similar, though I never understood why they didn't give her a Sneasel.
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These are the types that need love IMO in the new game:
Poison (better pokemon period really)
Grass (more verastile type combos with some new attacks plz)
Electric (physical ones though,along with a wider range of Physical moves)
Ice ( have really always needed work)
Psychic ( gen 5 psychics were kinda blah)
Rock (some great non fossil pokemon that are actually usable)
The entire point of a type specialist is that they SPECIALIZE in a certain TYPE... fleshing out a specific type is done by the use of split types.
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I too find it annoying when they have Pokemon that do not share the types they are supposedly specializing in. The Diamond and Pearl were by far the worse when it comes to this. Platinum was what should have been from the start.
My only problem with the 1st and 2nd Generations is that they didn't have enough Ghost or Dragon types. I hope that this Generation contains more as well as fleshing out other types and making them more viable.
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Which types didn't have a lot of Pokemon in Each Gen..
Gen 1: Ghost
Gen 2: Ghost
Gen 3: Ice
Gen 4: Fire
Gen 5: Ice
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Imo, Ghost, Ice, and Poison are the types that have always gotten the short end of the stick. There are usually few Ghost or Ice types in any generation, and Poison types rarely seem to be given much clout, without being paired with Bug Type. I'd love to see those three types have more entries in generation 6. The type I hope they produce the fewest of this time around is Dragon type. The past couple generations just felt like Dragons were being pushed too hard, so give it a rest, and that includes in the Legendary tier as well.
I hope they create a lot of Ghost Pokémon in Generation VI. Generation V brought a lot of interesting ghosts and although none of them happen to be in my favorite list, I loved their designs and types combos. That said, I care more about Dark-type Pokémon... Generation V was a bit disappointing for me as far as Dark-type goes, besides Krookodile and maybe Hydreigon, the others aren't really interesting.
I want cool Dark Pokémon, like the ones from Generation III and IV to some extent. Pokémon like Cacturne, Tyranitar, Sharpedo, Drapion, Sableye, Spiritomb, etc...
Better Dark Types would be a yes. Outside of Drapion and Cacturne I never used any because I thought they looked horrid/were too hard to get.
But, really, I care more about the ice types, despite it being my favorite Type, I only ever used Glalie <.<
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Generation V kinda gave lots of different types because of the abundant number of Pokémon and new typing combination. Generation V gave us the most Pokémon on the following types:
Ice type: 7 Pokémon in 4 families (excluding Frost Rotom)
Fire type: 14 Pokémon in 8 families (excluding Heat Rotom, Darmanitan Zen Mode)
Fighting type: 15 Pokémon in 10 families (excluding Meloetta Pirouette Form)
Flying type: 19 Pokémon in 12 families [tied with Generation I and II] (including Fan Rotom)
Grass type: 20 Pokémon in 10 families (excluding Mow Rotom)
Electric type: 11 Pokémon in 7 families
Bug type: 18 Pokémon in 9 families
Dragon type: 10 Pokémon in 6 families
Ghost type: 9 Pokémon in 4 families
Dark Type: 16 Pokémon in 7 families
Steel type: 12 Pokémon in 8 families
Hopefully Generation VI gives us lots more unique type combinations to increase the number of Pokémon types.
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Honestly..we need less fighting types...there are too much and i would like there to be less unless it's a undue type combination like Ice/Fighting..
A cool Dark/Fighting that lives up to its typing by looks, I am sure nobody wants runts like those two. And a Fire/Fighting non starter Pokemon too. And just one new Rotom form, please...
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There were enough of Fighters in gen5 for me.
Actually too much...
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