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    Liked the video and your discussion after! Things seems to fit better now! I like Az better now... ;D It's still creepy, though!

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    I just circled lumiose like 6 times and I realized something. That one alleyway that used to be blocked off, I cant find it any more...

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    One mystery for me...

    People on here have been talking about a war. Is it possible that war wiped out so much of the native pokemon life that they had to import species to restart the local ecologies? It would explain why this region has so few native pokemon and so many from other regions.

    One other item... Is it possible the key to the sundial lies not in the present, but in the past?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MagusJanus View Post
    One mystery for me...

    People on here have been talking about a war. Is it possible that war wiped out so much of the native pokemon life that they had to import species to restart the local ecologies? It would explain why this region has so few native pokemon and so many from other regions.
    What makes you so sure the non-Gen VI Pokemon aren't indigenous to Kalos? There's evidence that some populations, such as Kalos' Lucario population, may have developed from immigrating species. The founder of Mega Evolution, if I recall, wasn't native to Kalos so at the very least, the Riolu may be the offspring of this original Lucario.

    Lysandre also has many texts chronicling the war:


    northernmost shelves
    Over the ages, people and Pokemon worked alongside one another and created many things. As a result of this, a leader appeared among the humans. That leader sought to produce even more goods. Increased population of goods created a gap between haves and have-nots.
    The mountains will never know one another, but people can encounter other people. And people and Pokemon mix together.
    Full of sorrow, AZ built the ultimate weapon. When he did this, he left the following words. “What’s wrong with bringing something you love back into this world? Without my beloved Pokemon, no other Pokemon have any meaning!”
    lower shelves (right)
    The king’s name was AZ, and he was both the beginning and the end. He used technology unlike any seen during that era to unite Kalos for the first time.
    The king was proud of the technology he had used to bring Kalos prosperity, but he couldn’t help but use it in a way that had never been intended… AZ, the man who was king, disappeared.
    When AZ, the man who was king, vanished, he took the key to the ultimate weapon. That is the item required to activate the weapon.
    lower shelves (left)
    The king couldn’t escape war with those who targeted a wealthy Kalos. The war grew so violent and ugly, the king was forced to send his own beloved Pokemon into battle.
    AZ had a younger brother. It’s said he led a legion of greedy souls who wanted to seize the Kalos region. His dark intention was to make it his own. But when he saw Kalos had been ravaged by the war, he took the weapon his brother had created, and he buried that weapon deep underground.
    The king’s younger brother told his progeny the location of the ultimate weapon and died. That is something to be used by sophisticated powers, not by humans. Human beings must create a world where such a weapon is not necessary…
    The lower shelves on the left suggests that other nations invaded Kalos. We know from flashbacks that Abomasnow were strapped onto the stone that powered AZ's weapon. Perhaps the majority of Kalos' non-Gen VI Pokemon were refugees from opposing armies who tried to escape the war?

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    @The Outrage
    I really like your theory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cerony View Post
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    Biggest mystery to me is the weirdness of Az (don't read if you didn't find him in the game)! I mean... he's a giant person!! Why!? People were giants in ancient Pokemon World history!? For me, he's an alien who travelled to the Pokemon World to rule them all, just like Xerxes played by Rodrigo Santoro in the 300 movie ;D... It's the only answer that fits to me... It's the kind of thing that GF won't explain to you. They just decided it was going to be that way... The reason doesn't matter. I don't know what to say, but, I just think this giant thing should not exist. Az should be normal sized! ;D
    I think MatPat from game theory explained why he was giant and what he's supposed to be in one of his videos, forgot which one though.
    It was actually Goomba: The Pokemon X and Y French Connection - Game Exchange - YouTube

    Relevant part starts at 5:10 but watch the whole thing anyway because it's pretty great.
    Yeah, thats it! I seem to get all these videos mixed up... :|

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    Creepy fucked up Hex Maniac in Lumoise City. THAT. IS. FUCKING. ALL.
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    The ghost girl in one of the Lumiose City Office Buildings is pretty freaky, the music acts unusual and the dialog is pretty creepy with her moving right past you.


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    Read some pretty interesting theories on the Hex maniac.

    She says "no, you're not the one".

    Maybe she's looking for a player with a specific player ID number?

    This hasn't been confirmed though.

    Otherwise, maybe part of an event? One of those three event Pokemon we have seen that are coming soon?
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    I've seen the player ID/secret ID theory being thrown around quite a lot, but I personally can't see that being the deal at all. Why should, in theory, only one (or at least a select few) player/s out of everyone be able to see the truth?

    IMO, it's either part of something/a story that will be continued in another game, or just something put there to creep people out (mostly leaning towards the latter, actually).

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    Speaking of which, yet again, did that guy on 4chan who claimed to have those weird events happen in those caves ever happen to follow up on it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Outrage View Post

    What makes you so sure the non-Gen VI Pokemon aren't indigenous to Kalos? There's evidence that some populations, such as Kalos' Lucario population, may have developed from immigrating species. The founder of Mega Evolution, if I recall, wasn't native to Kalos so at the very least, the Riolu may be the offspring of this original Lucario.

    Lysandre also has many texts chronicling the war:


    northernmost shelves
    Over the ages, people and Pokemon worked alongside one another and created many things. As a result of this, a leader appeared among the humans. That leader sought to produce even more goods. Increased population of goods created a gap between haves and have-nots.
    The mountains will never know one another, but people can encounter other people. And people and Pokemon mix together.
    Full of sorrow, AZ built the ultimate weapon. When he did this, he left the following words. “What’s wrong with bringing something you love back into this world? Without my beloved Pokemon, no other Pokemon have any meaning!”
    lower shelves (right)
    The king’s name was AZ, and he was both the beginning and the end. He used technology unlike any seen during that era to unite Kalos for the first time.
    The king was proud of the technology he had used to bring Kalos prosperity, but he couldn’t help but use it in a way that had never been intended… AZ, the man who was king, disappeared.
    When AZ, the man who was king, vanished, he took the key to the ultimate weapon. That is the item required to activate the weapon.
    lower shelves (left)
    The king couldn’t escape war with those who targeted a wealthy Kalos. The war grew so violent and ugly, the king was forced to send his own beloved Pokemon into battle.
    AZ had a younger brother. It’s said he led a legion of greedy souls who wanted to seize the Kalos region. His dark intention was to make it his own. But when he saw Kalos had been ravaged by the war, he took the weapon his brother had created, and he buried that weapon deep underground.
    The king’s younger brother told his progeny the location of the ultimate weapon and died. That is something to be used by sophisticated powers, not by humans. Human beings must create a world where such a weapon is not necessary…
    The lower shelves on the left suggests that other nations invaded Kalos. We know from flashbacks that Abomasnow were strapped onto the stone that powered AZ's weapon. Perhaps the majority of Kalos' non-Gen VI Pokemon were refugees from opposing armies who tried to escape the war?
    I apologize for the delay on replying. Holiday, plus every reply I wrote to this sounded sarcastic when I reread it.

    In this case, the pokemon from those invading armies would, themselves, not be indigenous. Nor would their descendants. However, I do suspect that some pokemon from previous games, such as Farfetch'd and the elemental monkeys, are actually indigenous to this region. They were just imported to others.

    Then again, the Farfetch'd may actually be indigenous to another region, one we haven't seen yet. Its backstory has a lot of similarities to the real-life Dodo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MagusJanus View Post
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    What makes you so sure the non-Gen VI Pokemon aren't indigenous to Kalos? There's evidence that some populations, such as Kalos' Lucario population, may have developed from immigrating species. The founder of Mega Evolution, if I recall, wasn't native to Kalos so at the very least, the Riolu may be the offspring of this original Lucario.

    Lysandre also has many texts chronicling the war:


    northernmost shelves
    Over the ages, people and Pokemon worked alongside one another and created many things. As a result of this, a leader appeared among the humans. That leader sought to produce even more goods. Increased population of goods created a gap between haves and have-nots.
    The mountains will never know one another, but people can encounter other people. And people and Pokemon mix together.
    Full of sorrow, AZ built the ultimate weapon. When he did this, he left the following words. “What’s wrong with bringing something you love back into this world? Without my beloved Pokemon, no other Pokemon have any meaning!”
    lower shelves (right)
    The king’s name was AZ, and he was both the beginning and the end. He used technology unlike any seen during that era to unite Kalos for the first time.
    The king was proud of the technology he had used to bring Kalos prosperity, but he couldn’t help but use it in a way that had never been intended… AZ, the man who was king, disappeared.
    When AZ, the man who was king, vanished, he took the key to the ultimate weapon. That is the item required to activate the weapon.
    lower shelves (left)
    The king couldn’t escape war with those who targeted a wealthy Kalos. The war grew so violent and ugly, the king was forced to send his own beloved Pokemon into battle.
    AZ had a younger brother. It’s said he led a legion of greedy souls who wanted to seize the Kalos region. His dark intention was to make it his own. But when he saw Kalos had been ravaged by the war, he took the weapon his brother had created, and he buried that weapon deep underground.
    The king’s younger brother told his progeny the location of the ultimate weapon and died. That is something to be used by sophisticated powers, not by humans. Human beings must create a world where such a weapon is not necessary…
    The lower shelves on the left suggests that other nations invaded Kalos. We know from flashbacks that Abomasnow were strapped onto the stone that powered AZ's weapon. Perhaps the majority of Kalos' non-Gen VI Pokemon were refugees from opposing armies who tried to escape the war?
    I apologize for the delay on replying. Holiday, plus every reply I wrote to this sounded sarcastic when I reread it.

    In this case, the pokemon from those invading armies would, themselves, not be indigenous. Nor would their descendants. However, I do suspect that some pokemon from previous games, such as Farfetch'd and the elemental monkeys, are actually indigenous to this region. They were just imported to others.

    Then again, the Farfetch'd may actually be indigenous to another region, one we haven't seen yet. Its backstory has a lot of similarities to the real-life Dodo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Warrior of Fire View Post
    Next region, Wackyland. Population, 100 nuts and a Pachirisu.
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    Last edited by MagusJanus; 29th November 2013 at 05:59 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MagusJanus View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Warrior of Fire View Post
    Next region, Wackyland. Population, 100 nuts and a Pachirisu.
    Who told you about my last family reunion?
    That one Looney Tunes short where Porky goes to Wackyland to catch the last dodo?
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