Other people's roundups: Tyranitar trainer's speculation regarding evolutionary lines. Aerophoenix's calculations regarding the stat distribution of new Pokémon. The calculation kadabrium posted that confirms Fairy is super-effective against Dark.
My roundups: Entire discussion regarding Fairy-type's effectiveness and retcons. Previous generation Pokémon that have been showcased in trailers or other promotional artwork. First batch of XY merchandise
Updated 25th June 2013 at 07:50 AM by Trainer Yusuf
Here's some miscallenous lists. These are; a list regarding Pokémon that can and can't learn Hyper Beam/Giga Impact, obselete TMs and Move Tutors and type combinations that are done but not done in the other order. Last one does not contain currently non-existant type combinations because you can find that list elsewhere if you look hard enough, though it might require a few alterations if it is not currently updated(damn you Helioptile). The other two are simply related to my previous blogs.
It is actually finished! https://www.dropbox.com/s/w8gx0noeuiyhj4r/Unavailable%20moves.doc So, what's this all about?
This the list of moves Pokémon used to have but no longer have and can't obtain in other methods. It also lists errors in alternate continuities and games, some more obvious than others. What's the purpose of this?
These are the moves Pokémon lost or never gained. Moves are important for flavor purposes as well as metagame purposes,
Hello humanoid beings. As you know, I currently have a very busy schedule. So I decided, why not share what I want to do? It is not like I will accomplish anything any time soon. Besides, I need to list these or otherwise I will forget them. Blog projects.
1-List of currently unavailable, event-only and alternate canon moves for Pokémon(Undefined)
Status: Currently in progress
This is a massive list I’m currently working on. I’m not sure how I will
I don't think there is much question here. All of the generations that contained past Pokémon pre-E4 contained baby Pokémon. In fact, here's the list of the stats:
Gen 2 introduced 7 baby Pokémon for pre-existing Pokémon and 1 original baby.
Gen 3 introduced 2 baby Pokémon for pre-existing Pokémon.
Gen 4 introduced 7 baby Pokémon for pre-existing Pokémon and 1 original baby.
With this fantastic results, it is hard to be optimistic. If anything, only place
Updated 18th June 2013 at 02:58 PM by Trainer Yusuf