It certainly wouldn't appear as if they have in-game locations, no.
My quick opinions:
Volcanion is heat and water, which may have some connection to Groudon and Kyogre with the remakes.
Thousand arrow has no octogons, and the octogons on Thousand wave aren't green. Once again, Groudon and Kyogre.
Not sure about how to get Hoopa, but it is probably mystery gift.
We already know Volcanion's origins, though. I get the logic, but I doubt there's going to be any connection.
What's this now? Yes it does and yes they are. And even if neither were true, what exactly would connect them to Groudon/Kyogre?Thousand arrow has no octogons, and the octogons on Thousand wave aren't green. Once again, Groudon and Kyogre.
That only tells us about what happens after we get Volcanion. How do we get him in the first place?
Thousand arrows has nothing that connects it to Zygarde, and with the release of ORAS, we have to expect something new coming from it. There are two of them, so I would think a legendary duo, and one looks an awful lot like a water move, so why not the duo with a water type that is actually relevant?
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Aside from its type, power and appearance, sure. Still not sure what could possibly tie them to Groudon/Kyogre besides, "Why not?" though.Thousand arrows has nothing that connects it to Zygarde, and with the release of ORAS, we have to expect something new coming from it. There are two of them, so I would think a legendary duo, and one looks an awful lot like a water move, so why not the duo with a water type that is actually relevant?
I haven't seen anywhere anything about them both being Ground type. And Volcanion had dwelled in the mountains of Kalos, but that doesn't mean that is where you get it.
Well, unless the Z/XY2 explores this Southern Kalos and delves into where it can be found, I doubt we will get Volcanion there. But your entire point was that it could have a connection to Groudon/Kyogre, which doesn't appear to be the case. It's native to Kalos and not Hoenn, either way.
None of this has been proven as a fact, though? Otherwise we have no clue and we cannot make speculations on what we do not know.
Can someone please show me where it says they are both ground type moves?
But my question is, who found out that it is a ground type move and put it on the attack dex? And where did those intriguing descriptions come from? If someone was just having a field day and typing in random stuff, then we can't base anything on that.
But did they confirm that this is what they saw? Or is it what someone inferred was there?
But how would we know? Would someone tell us it is wrong? Or does no one know?
Oh, the conspiracies that are all around us... o_0
I concede to this answer.
This is Diancie's Pokedex entry for Pokemon X, according to the Serebii.net pokedex
"A sudden transformation of Carbink, its pink, glimmering body is said to be the loveliest sight in the whole world."
"A sudden transformation of Carbink"
I don't know if anyone has brought this up before, but could this suggest being able to transform a Carbink into Diancie? Maybe not all the Carbink you want, instead only one?
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