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Every odd-numbered generation reveales pokemon from the next generation (aside from the obvious movie reveals they do every generation) a generation early, without explicitly saying it is from the next one.

The first previewed two Pokemon in the forms of Togepi and Ho-oh.

The third also snuck a peak at the DP mons Bonsly and Munchlax.

Well, what Pokemon did Gen 5 reveal? Well, there are no Pokemon that were shown in the anime, games, or other media that weren't in the BW dex. That are actually stated to be Pokemon. There were two enimes in the side games that were not actual mon but were fought like one.

They are Bittercold and (less likely to be in G6) Dark Rust.

Therefore, there were possibly two new X and Y Pokemon revealed under our very noses.

EDIT: Nevermind all that odd-numbered crap. Bittercold is just a Coll idea for a Pokemon.

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Updated 1st May 2013 at 09:03 PM by Helioptile

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  1. Karamazov's Avatar
    Johto showed off Wynaut.
  2. The Outrage's Avatar
    And Blaziken
  3. Winter Rain's Avatar
    and Kecleon.
  4. Helioptile's Avatar
    Concepts still there.
  5. Karamazov's Avatar
    And if you want to argue semantics, Sylveon is in in the new ending.
  6. The Outrage's Avatar
    The only generation that hasn't previewed a Pokemon before the start of a new generation was announced is Gen IV (and technically Gen V). We also knew that Togepi and Ho-Oh were Pokemon.

    There were other things featured in Gen I that weren't Pokemon either, and didn't become Pokemon, like that weird ghost thing Gastly turned into in the Ghost of Maiden's Peak.

    Your idea basically hinges on the fact that "only odd number generations previewed new-gen Pokemon", but we've shown you that isn't the case. How is the concept still there?

    Discounting Gen V, you only have Gen I and III to go on for odd numbers, and II and IV for even numbers, yet we've demonstrated that Gen I - III have all previewed new-Gen Pokemon. Your pattern's really weak already holding on two points, but the fact of the matter is, the pattern doesn't exist. If anything, right now it seems like Game Freak had initially wished to preview new Pokemon in the anime before a new generation was announced, but had changed their strategy given that Gen I-III had pre-gen Pokemon, but Gen IV-V didn't (discounting movie specials)
  7. Winter Rain's Avatar
    Also felt like adding this, in Pokemon the first Movie, we saw Donphan before Gen II.
  8. Helioptile's Avatar
    Seems I should have consulted an anime expert.


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