Also something I just remembered: Munna couldn't have been made for years because it was specifically designed after Musharna had which itself was fairly recent.
Wasn't the united tower the last thing they found in the coding?
Okay you're going to need to post the video here, because I find that incredibly hard to believe considering we've gone through the coding with a fine-tooth comb and not a single trace of the supposed Fire/Dark Pokemon is there.
K, I'll find the video. Got it on my iPhone so I'll try to find a link there. But it does sound very stunfisky. I kinda doubt it but I hope it's true. And also there's no way of telling who designed what when. It's just a matter of when it was put on paper and in the games.
Keldeo is one of the three deer/musketeer/dog thingies? Woa.
do you guys think oshawott and dewott can walk on four legs like Samurott?
I don't like this idea actually.It would be SO COOL if there was an "undiscovered" Pokemon. This is probably just trolling or a mis-translation, since the coding has been scoured and nothing was found, but the idea is exciting nonetheless.
It kind of makes me want for the 6th Gen to feature something like DP's end-of-the-dex Pokemon, where there are 20-something Pokemon that are simply in the game's coding, without location data, to be added in the 3rd version.
Actually... this idea of there being "hidden Pokemon" would be a smart route for GameFreak to take in the future. I'm surprised GameFreak hasn't done this already, actually. It'd give the 3rd version that much more of a reason to be bought, because it would feature 20-something "brand new" Pokemon.
... anyway. Off-topicness aside...
Why not? Otters are capable of walking on four legs.
When Keldeo/Meloetta/Genosect are released as events, will they be Shiny checked?
I don't like this idea actually.
The first problem is that they would not be new as they would have been found in earlier codings. That would lead to an incredible boring pre-game with unmasking of pokemon we already know about. My main reason is something else, it's the hackers. They will try to do get them earlier and will probably trade them to so it would all be a mess. I have seen people with Genesect and the like so I know it's going to happen.
Endless said:However I'm optimistic to add them only in the 3rd game/Remake. Just like new formes. Surely you couldn't send them over to old games and you couldn't battle with them against old games. However it would be so much more of a suprise and I love when they uncover brand new pokemon. And it would bring GF/Nintendo more money as people would have to buy the new games to play with the new pokes.
If they're distributed via Wonder Cards, then they probably won't be Shiny. If they receive a location in a future game, then they might be Shiny, although I'm not 100% sure. That whole Shiny check thing on Reshiram/Zekrom/Victini has me all confused about what can be Shiny and what can't be Shiny.
The first problem is that they would not be new as they would have been found in earlier codings. That would lead to an incredible boring pre-game with unmasking of pokemon we already know about.
But they might release some of the event before a new game is out, so atleast the firstcoming events have to be in the game coding.With this line of thinking, event Pokemon shouldn't be done either, since we know about them and because hackers can get them early. :/
Thing is, though, for players who play fair, being able to get these new Pokemon would make getting the 3rd game that much more worth it. In the metagame, these Pokemon would be banned, just like the 5th Gen Pokemon with Dream World abilities (minus Darmanitan and Musharna).
I just don't get why we need them in the old games coding. It would be an even bigger urge to get the third game if you only could get the new pokemon there and not be able to trade them "back". To be honest, I don't get why we need to have the possibilty to send them back to an older game. Just let them be in the new games. The games go forewards not backwards. Giratina Origin forme was only obtainable from Pt and onwards. I can't remember that anybody complained that they couldn't send it back to DP(of course some complained, but not the mojority). So why can't we do the same with some new pokemon?Why wouldn't you? They would exist in the coding of the first two games so that the 3rd game would be compatible with the first two. That would be the point--add in the coding for these hidden Pokemon without giving them location data. The third game would have location data, so you could catch them in the third game and trade them over to the first two games.
And anyway, if it's in the coding but not in normal gameplay, then GameFreak has done all they can to avoid the average player from knowing about it. You can't complain that the hidden Pokemon wouldn't be a surprise when you would be the one who spoiled it for yourself by reading coverage of the game.
I know it is many fans that don't know about them, but as soon as you join the internet it is very easy to not get spoiled, espescially if you don't know what to look out for.Yes, but to the casual gamer they aren't. Not everyone buys their copy of Black/White and takes them home to scour the coding, nor are all Pokemon fans big visitors of fansites. I mean, if I didn't visit Serebii often I wouldn't have a clue that Keldeo, Melotta and Genesect existed.
I think it's an interesting idea.
I am aware that connection is important, maybe even the most important thing. However I don't get why it would be so important for the people with old games to get new pokemon they never were promised. They wouldn't miss anything they payed for.Connection is the biggest "Thing" about the Pokemon games. Completely cutting off an entire Pokemon would just be taboo and would unfairly screw over other people.
Forms are different thing. First off, it's not an entirely new Pokemon. DP players could still get Giratina & Rotom normally, they could still get Shaymin from events. They could still trade and interact with their Platinum/HGSS friends. ANd, indeed, they could battle with them. DP had little flags in the coding for Giratina, Shaymin, & Rotom so that when they got new forms later on DP people could fight them safely.
An all new Pokemon doesn't have that luxury. It would go the way of Spiky Eared Pichu: unable to be traded, unable to battle other People, unable to be transferred to a future game (also unable to evolve but that's a Pichu-centric problem).
Completely and entirely useless until next generation.
I am aware that connection is important, maybe even the most important thing. However I don't get why it would be so important for the people with old games to get new pokemon they never were promised. They wouldn't miss anything they payed for.
I agree... It's all very confusing... I hope they come out via Wi-Fi like Victini. It's much more convenient for us not having to travel a long way to get them!
Giratina Origin forme was only obtainable from Pt and onwards.