Last week, I did the final things on X/Y. To start with, I explored the remaining parts of Kalos. On X, I explored Route 20/21/22 and the Pokemon Village. On Y, I explored Victory Road, the Pokemon League and Kiloude City. Then I did some other things, as usual. Started with catching some Pokemon. On X, I caught a Clauncher at Route 8, then an Eevee on Route 10. I also caught a Male and a Female Pyroar at a Friend Safari. On Y, I caught a Phantump and a Klefki at Route 16.
Did some other things afterwards. Went to Lumiose and bought various Poke Balls until I had even numbers of all of them. Battled some random trainers in Lumiose. Tried Mega Evolving the members of my post-game teams that can Mega Evolve, the animation looks rather different compared to OR/AS. Not as sharp, smooth or detailed, which felt strange. After that, I used up all Poke Puffs I had left (which wasn't many at all) and used up my remaining Super Training Bags too, except for the useful ones.
Continued by looking through my PC boxes, I have some cool Pokemon here. Re-organized my legendary boxes a bit so they were in National Dex order, chances are I'll be getting more events later though so I might have to change things again. Connected to Bank and stored some fodder (X only) as well as got more Poke Miles since I had very few left after sending the ones I had to the PGL earlier. I got more than 1000 on each game this time which is good as that means I can farm them easily in the future... though I don't need to, at least not here. I have also checked through all battle backgrounds now and I like the Monochrome and Cockpit ones the best, so those are the ones I'm sticking with.
Then, I was done. Flew to Kiloude City and saved in front of the Pokemon Center, which is my save hub here. Like all games, I have not played X/Y for the last time, will likely have to connect them to S/M and other future games at various points in the future. X/Y might not be my top favorites, but I still like them. They were good for what they were and I had lots of fun with them, they were a good first step onto the 3DS, if anything. So with that, goodbye Kalos and thanks for the fun. I have moved on to Alola.