by, 26th January 2013 at 08:42 PM (240 Views)
I've noticed a pattern. Odd numbered generations introduce all new Pokemon, while Even numbered ones introduce evolutions and pre-evoltions. Let me break it down.
The first one so it obviously introduced only new Pokemon.
This generation primarily introduced evolutions and pre-evolutions of Generation I Pokemon, with a few all new Pokemon scattered amongst it. Many baby Pokemon were introduced due to the introduction of breeding.
All brand new Pokemon except for Wyanut and Azurill.
The majority of this generation is made up of evolutions for earlier Pokemon. It also introduced split evolutions for Pokemon that already had prior evolutions.
Reboot of the series. All new Pokemon. none related to any previous Pokemon.
It should also be noted that Gens. II and IV had many older Pokemon available in the main story, while III and V mostly focused on new Pokemon, with Gen V having no old Pokemon before the league in BW.
If the pattern holds up, I am hoping that we will finally get some new evolutions in generation VI. Like an evolution for male Buneary.
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