Pokemon don't have to keep the same species when they evolve, you know. Remoraid and Octillery being the best example (yes, I know that they're artillery or whatever, but it's still fish to octopus). Evolution is about evolving, a snake evolving into a Dragon isn't far-fetched at all.Uh, how? It's based off of the Cobra, so I don't see what Dragons have to do with that, especcially since Cobras aren't even in Europe anyway, unless you count zoos and such.
also you (and a lot of other people) are taking the whole Europe thing way too far lol. Just because it's based on it doesn't mean that EVERYTHING has to fit perfectly in with Europe, and that everything in the region will have to do with the continent. It's just a basis for the reason, it's not a strict rule.
Same. I think about fifteen - twenty would be perfect. DP had ~30, which, frankly, was far too much. It felt like most of the region was just new evolution 8|I agree with most of those Wulava but I hope we don't get to many, I want to see as many new creatures as possible.
I agree with most of these. I don't really care about Luvdisc, Audino, or Farfetch'd (honestly I think the first gen stand alones should be left alone at this point, they've been around for so long), but the rest I'd be interested in. Some other stuff I'd love to see:new evolution shiz.
:: Druddigon evo (Rock/Dragon).
:: Torkoal evo.
:: Mr. Mime evo (Master Mime?).
:: Jynx evo.
re. fossil Pokemon, I've always wanted a Sabre Toothed Tiger fossil, maybe being a Rock/Fire? I dunno. Some sort of tyrannosaurus would be cool too, as long as it's not too... basic. No idea for type really, but I wouldn't mind another Rock/Grass just because.
One thing I thought would be cool would the fossils being a split evo. Have some sort of generic dinosaur thing as the fossil you revive, and then decide what it evolves into. It'd really make the whole evolution thing more... real. It's evolution method could have something to do with time, too. One being Water and one being something else/pure Rock would probably fit it best (i.e. staying in the sea or evolving into a land animal).