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Welcome, everybody! After a few days of readers choosing their wanted Mega Evolutions, I present you with my response to the reader's picks! There are some interesting choices here, so that means more ideas! I should tell you about two things before this: One, there are much less type changes in Mega Evolutions than before; Two, there are custom abilities for some of them.
You might be wonder how I pick these. The first thing I would do is to pick one choice from every voter (which,
Updated 24th November 2013 at 02:15 AM by winstein
Good day, everyone! We shall be continuing the series of Mega Evolutions, this time taking on the challenge of "Game Balance" candidates. I am now basing the criteria on the last of them all from this quote: "The standard selection process for Pokémon to be Mega-Evolvable is based on three points: visual looks, popularity and game balance."
Of the three criteria, this one is the hardest to pick candidates for, because that means taking unfulfilled or small-numbered
Updated 20th November 2013 at 10:24 AM by winstein
Hello everyone! Today we will be looking at another batch of potential Mega Evolutions, this time looking at the second criteria, which is the "visual looks". As you may recall from my last article, there is a quote about the condition for picking Mega Evolutions: "The standard selection process for Pokémon to be Mega-Evolvable is based on three points: visual looks, popularity and game balance."
As the visual look of a Pokemon is a subjective matter, what you
Updated 17th November 2013 at 05:09 AM by winstein
Greetings everybody! Today, I shall start a new series about Mega Evolutions. Instead of rating them like some people would do, I want to create my own. "How will this work?", you might ask. Well, it's quite simple. In an interview regarding the games, this point is mentioned: "The standard selection process for Pokémon to be Mega-Evolvable is based on three points: visual looks, popularity and game balance."
What I am about to do is to list the Pokémon that
Updated 15th November 2013 at 01:45 AM by winstein
And now, this is the final part of the Monotype Improvements series. In this part, we cover the remaining four types that weren't covered before. The types that I am about to mention have some fans, so they certain aren't bad just because they are chosen last. Enough talk, let's get this over with! Fairy Notable Members: Gardevoir, Azumarill, Whimsicott, Clefable, Klefki, Mawile, Togekiss, Florges, Sylveon
Due to the introduction