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'''Generation VI''' (Japanese: '''第6世代''' ''Dai Roku-sedai'') is the first generation of the [[Pokémon (Franchise)|Pokémon]] series to be exclusively 3D and overall sixth generation of main series game. It was announced on 4th January 2013 with announcement of [[Pokémon X and Y]]. This generation started with Pokémon X and Y in 2013, following with [[Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire]] in 2014. This generation features a new region called [[Kalos]], inspired by France, and the return of the [[Hoenn]] region.
   
'''Generation VI''' is the first generation of the Pokémon series to be exclusively 3D, meaning it is the first in the series to ever require a Nintendo 3DS system. Not very much else is known about it except that the first set of games are known as [[Pokémon X and Y]] version. They are set to release worldwide in October 12th, 2013. This Generation also introduces the 18th Pokemon type, [[Fairy Pokemon|Fairy]], the first new type to be added after Dark and Steel where added in Generation II.
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This generation bring 70 new kinds of Pokémon in the Kalos region with a possible of 6 new [[Legendary Pokémon|legendaries]].
   
The generation features many changes such as 3D cel-shaded graphics, more in depth battle scenes and a brand new camera view. The new region's name is [[Kalos]], which draws inspiration from the continent of Europe. This is suggested from similarities of the tower that the male player is skating away from in the trailer, and the Eiffel Tower which is the main monument of the city of Paris, France. Also, a bridge that may be based on the popular London Bridge has also been seen in the game, as seen in the trailer with the female player running over it. Near the bridge stands a large statue of Golurk, that's something important to the town. 
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==Features==
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===[[Mega Evolution]]===
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Generation VI comes with a new way of evolving known as Mega Evolution, which grants some Pokémon an extra stage of evolution. A special stone and item is required for this purpose. Several Pokémon from each generation can have this as evolution.
   
The only known new Pokémon are the starters [[Grass Pokémon|Grass]]), [[Fennekin]] ([[Fire Pokémon|Fire]]), and [[Froakie]] ([[Water Pokémon|Water]]). The mascots have been shown and their names are [[Xerneas]] (exclusive mascot to Pokemon X Version) and [[Yveltal]] (exclusive mascot to Pokemon Y Version). Various new Pokémon have been added, such as a new [[Eeveelution]], [[Sylveon]].
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===3D Movement===
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Pokémon games followed 2D movement with 4 directions up to [[Generation V]]. In generation VI, this feature is expanded to 8 directions of up, down, left, right, upper left, upper right, lower left, and lower right.
   
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===[[Pokémon]]===
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Generation VI comes with total of 69 new Pokémon thus expanding the [[Pokédex]] to total of 718 Pokémon. Pokémon now end with [[Zygarde]].
   
==Before Release Confirmed Pokémon==
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===[[Legendary Pokémon]]===
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Generation VI owns six new legendaries including [[Xerneas]], [[Yveltal]], [[Diancie]], [[Zygarde]], and the other two that have yet to be confirmed officially.
   
*[[Chespin]] {{type|Grass}}-type ''The Spiny Nut Pokémon'' (January 8, 2013)
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===[[Fairy Pokémon|Fairy Type]]===
*[[Fennekin]] {{Type|Fire}}-type ''The Fox Pokémon'' (January 8, 2013)
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This is the first time since [[Generation II]] that a new type is introduced. In this case, it is the {{Type|Fairy}} type. [[Xerneas]] holds the record of being first fairy-type legendary Pokémon.
*[[Froakie]] {{Type|Water}} ''The Bubble Frog Pokémon'' (January 8, 2013)
 
*[[Xerneas]] (Legendary) {{type|Fairy}}-type ''The Life Pokémon ''(January 8, 2013)
 
*[[Yveltal]] (Legendary) {{type|Dark}}/{{type|Flying}}-type ''The Destruction Pokémon ''(January 8, 2013)
 
*[[Sylveon]] {{type|Fairy}}-type ''The Intertwining Pokémon ''(February 12, 2013)
 
*[[Fletchling]] {{type|Normal}}/{{type|Flying}}-type ''The Tiny Robin Pokémon ''(May 11, 2013)
 
*[[Pancham]] {{type|Fighting}}-type ''The Playful Pokémon ''(May 11, 2013)
 
*[[Helioptile]] {{type|Electric}}/{{type|Normal}}-type ''The Generator Pokémon ''(May 11, 2013)
 
*[[Gogoat]] {{type|Grass}}-type ''The Mount Pokémon ''(May 11, 2013)
 
*[[Vivillon]] {{type|Bug}}/{{type|Flying}}-type ''The Scale Pokémon ''(June 11, 2013)
 
*[[Noivern]] {{type|Flying}}/{{type|Dragon}}-type ''The Sound Wave Pokémon ''(June 11, 2013)
 
*[[Talonflame]] {{type|Fire}}/{{type|Flying}}-type (Fletchling's evolution) ''The Scorching Pokémon ''(June 11, 2013)
 
*[[Skrelp]] {{type|Poison}}/{{type|Water}}-type ''The Mock Kelp Pokémon ''(June 11, 2013)
 
*[[Clauncher]] {{type|Water}}-type ''The Water Gun Pokémon ''(June 11, 2013)
 
*[[Scatterbug]] {{type|Bug}}-type (Vivillon's 1st Pre Evo) ''The Scatterdust Pokémon'' (June 12, 2013)
 
*[[Spewpa]] {{type|Bug}}-type (Vivillon's 2nd Pre Evo) ''The Scatterdust Pokémon ''(June 12, 2013)
 
*[[Litleo]] {{type|Fire}}/{{type|Normal}}-type ''The Lion Cub Pokémon'' (June 12, 2013)
 
*[[Flabébé]] {{type|Fairy}}-type ''The Single Bloom Pokémon'' (June 12, 2013)
 
*[[Honedge]] {{type|Steel}}/{{type|Ghost}}-type ''The Sword Pokémon'' (July 4, 2013)
 
*[[Pangoro]] {{type|Fighting}}/{{type|Dark}}-type (Pancham's evolution)'' The Daunting Pokémon'' (July 11, 2013)
 
*[[Inkay]] {{type|Dark}}/{{type|Psychic}}-type ''The Revolving Pokémon'' (July 11, 2013)
 
*[[Malamar]] {{type|Dark}}/{{type|Psychic}}-type (Inkay's evolution)'' The Overturning Pokémon'' (July 11, 2013)
 
*[[Spritzee]] {{type|Fairy}}-type'' The Perfume Pokémon'' (July 11, 2013)
 
*[[Swirlix]] {{type|Fairy}}-type'' The''' '''Cotton Candy Pokémon'' (July 11, 2013)
 
*[[Orotto]] (July 31, 2013)
 
*[[Skiddo]] {{type|Grass}}-type (Gogoat's Pre Evo) ''The Mount Pokémon'' (August 8, 2013)
 
*[[Bunnelby]] {{type|Normal}}-type ''The Digging Pokémon'' (August 8, 2013)
 
*[[Dedenne]] {{type|Electric}}/{{type|Fairy}}-type ''The Antenna Pokémon'' (August 8, 2013)
 
*Unknown Pokemon (September 4, 2013)
 
   
Also, [[Mewtwo]]'s, [[Absol]]'s, [[Ampharos]]'s, [[Blaziken]]'s, [[Lucario]]'s, [[Mawile]]'s, [[Kangaskhan]]'s, [[Venusaur]]'s, [[Charizard]]'s and [[Blastoise]]'s [[Mega Evolution]]s will be added to the gameplay.
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==Games==
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===Main Series===
<gallery position="center" captionalign="center" widths="150">
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{{Gallery Box-Small|<gallery captionalign="centre" position"centre" widths="180px">
Chespin.png|[[Chespin]]
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File:Pokemon X Version Boxart.png|[[Pokémon X & Y (game)|Pokémon X]]
Fennekin.png|[[Fennekin]]|link=Fennekin
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File:Pokemon Y Version Boxart.png|[[Pokémon X & Y (game)|Pokémon Y]]
Froakie.png|[[Froakie]]|link=Froakie
 
Xerneas.png|[[Xerneas]]
 
Yveltal.png|[[Yveltal]]
 
000Ninfia.png|[[Sylveon]]|link=Sylveon
 
Yayakoma.png|[[Fletchling]]
 
Talonflame|[[Talonflame]]
 
Elikiteru.png|[[Helioptile]]
 
Noivern.png|[[Noivern]]
 
Yancham.png|[[Pancham]]
 
Pangoro.png|[[Pangoro]]
 
Scatterbug.png|[[Scatterbug]]
 
Spewpa.png|[[Spewpa]]
 
Vivillon.png|[[Vivillon]]
 
skiddo.png|[[Skiddo]]
 
Gogoat.png|[[Gogoat]]
 
Litleo.png|[[Litleo]]
 
Skrelp|[[Skrelp]]
 
Clauncher|[[Clauncher]]
 
Flabébé.png|[[Flabébé]]
 
Hitotsuki.png|[[Honedge]]
 
Inkay.png|[[Inkay]]
 
Malamar.png|[[Malamar]]
 
Spritzee.png|[[Spritzee]]
 
Swirlix.png|[[Swirlix]]
 
Bannelby.png|[[Bunnelby]]
 
dedenne.png|[[Dedenne]]
 
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
   
<gallery captionalign="center" widths="175" position="center">
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<gallery position="center">
180px-New Mewtwo.png|[[Mewtwo|Mega Mewtwo]]
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File:OmegaRuby-EN.png|[[Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire|Pokémon Omega Ruby]]
MegaLucario.png|[[Lucario|Mega Lucario]]
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File:AlphaSapphire-EN.png|[[Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire|Pokémon Alpha Sapphire]]
MegaBlaziken.png|[[Blaziken|Mega Blaziken]]
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</gallery>}}
MegaAmpharos.png|[[Ampharos|Mega Ampharos]]
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MegaAbsol.png|[[Absol|Mega Absol]]
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==Pokémon==
MegaMawile.png|[[Mawile|Mega Mawile]]
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{{Gallery Box-Small|<gallery captionalign="centre" position"centre" widths="180px">
venusaur.png|[[Venusaur|Mega Venusaur]]
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650Chespin.png|[[Chespin]]
Mega charizard.png|[[Charizard|Mega Charizard]]
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651Quilladin.png|[[Quilladin]]
Mega Blastoise.png|[[Blastoise|Mega Blastoise]]
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652Chesnaught.png|[[Chesnaught]]
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653Fennekin.png|[[Fennekin]]
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654Braixen.png|[[Braixen]]
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655Delphox.png|[[Delphox]]
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656Froakie.png|[[Froakie]]
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657Frogadier.png|[[Frogadier]]
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658Greninja.png|[[Greninja]]
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659Bunnelby.png|[[Bunnelby]]
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660Diggersby.png|[[Diggersby]]
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661Fletchling.png|[[Fletchling]]
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662Fletchinder.png|[[Fletchinder]]
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663Talonflame.png|[[Talonflame]]
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664Scatterbug.png|[[Scatterbug]]
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665Spewpa.png|[[Spewpa]]
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666Vivillon.png|[[Vivillon]]
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667Litleo.png|[[Litleo]]
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668APyroar.png|[[Pyroar]]
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669Flabébé.png|[[Flabébé]]
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670Floette.png|[[Floette]]
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671Florges.png|[[Florges]]
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672Skiddo.png|[[Skiddo]]
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673Gogoat.png|[[Gogoat]]
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674Pancham.png|[[Pancham]]
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675Pangoro.png|[[Pangoro]]
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676Furfrou.png|[[Furfrou]]
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677Espurr.png|[[Espurr]]
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Meowstics.png|[[Meowstic]]
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679Honedge.png|[[Honedge]]
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680Doublade.png|[[Doublade]]
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681AAegislash.png|[[Aegislash]]
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682Spritzee.png|[[Spritzee]]
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683Aromatisse.png|[[Aromatisse]]
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684Swirlix.png|[[Swirlix]]
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685Slurpuff.png|[[Slurpuff]]
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686Inkay.png|[[Inkay]]
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687Malamar.png|[[Malamar]]
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688Binacle.png|[[Binacle]]
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689Barbaracle.png|[[Barbaracle]]
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690Skrelp.png|[[Skrelp]]
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691Dragalge.png|[[Dragalge]]
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692Clauncher.png|[[Clauncher]]
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693Clawitzer.png|[[Clawitzer]]
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694Helioptile.png|[[Helioptile]]
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695Heliolisk.png|[[Heliolisk]]
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696Tyrunt.png|[[Tyrunt]]
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697Tyrantrum.png|[[Tyrantrum]]
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698Amaura.png|[[Amaura]]
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699Aurorus.png|[[Aurorus]]
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700Sylveon.png|[[Sylveon]]
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701Hawlucha.png|[[Hawlucha]]
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702Dedenne.png|[[Dedenne]]
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703Carbink.png|[[Carbink]]
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704Goomy.png|[[Goomy]]
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705Sliggoo.png|[[Sliggoo]]
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706Goodra.png|[[Goodra]]
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707Klefki.png|[[Klefki]]
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708Phantump.png|[[Phantump]]
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709Trevenant.png|[[Trevenant]]
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710Pumpkaboo.png|[[Pumpkaboo]]
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711Gourgeist.png|[[Gourgeist]]
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712Bergmite.png|[[Bergmite]]
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713Avalugg.png|[[Avalugg]]
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714Noibat.png|[[Noibat]]
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715Noivern.png|[[Noivern]]
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716Xerneas.png|[[Xerneas]]
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717Yveltal.png|[[Yveltal]]
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718Zygarde.png|[[Zygarde]]
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719Diancie.png|[[Diancie]]
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
   
<gallery widths="120" position="center" captionalign="center">
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====Mega Evolutions====
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<gallery captionalign="center" widths="127" orientation="center">
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003MVenusaur.png|[[Venusaur|Mega Venusaur]]
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006MCharizard.png|[[Charizard|Mega Charizard X]]
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006M2Charizard.png|[[Charizard|Mega Charizard Y]]
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009MBlastoise.png|[[Blastoise|Mega Blastoise]]
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065MAlakazam.png|[[Alakazam|Mega Alakazam]]
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094MGengar.png|[[Gengar|Mega Gengar]]
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115MKangaskhan.png|[[Kangaskhan|Mega Kangaskhan]]
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127MPinsir.png|[[Pinsir|Mega Pinsir]]
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130MGyarados.png|[[Gyarados|Mega Gyarados]]
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142MAerodactyl.png|[[Aerodactyl|Mega Aerodactyl]]
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150MMewtwo.png|[[Mewtwo|Mega Mewtwo X]]
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150M2Mewtwo.png|[[Mewtwo|Mega Mewtwo Y]]
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181MAmpharos.png|[[Ampharos|Mega Ampharos]]
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212MScizor.png|[[Scizor|Mega Scizor]]
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214MHeracross.png|[[Heracross|Mega Heracross]]
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229MHoundoom.png|[[Houndoom|Mega Houndoom]]
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248MTyranitar.png|[[Tyranitar|Mega Tyranitar]]
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254MSceptile.png|[[Sceptile|Mega Sceptile]]
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257MBlaziken.png|[[Blaziken|Mega Blaziken]]
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260MSwampert.png|[[Swampert|Mega Swampert]]
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282MGardevoir.png|[[Gardevoir|Mega Gardevoir]]
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302MSableye.png|[[Sableye|Mega Sableye]]
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303MMawile.png|[[Mawile|Mega Mawile]]
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306MAggron.png|[[Aggron|Mega Aggron]]
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308MMedicham.png|[[Medicham|Mega Medicham]]
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310MManectric.png|[[Manectric|Mega Manectric]]
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354MBanette.png|[[Banette|Mega Banette]]
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359MAbsol.png|[[Absol|Mega Absol]]
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445MGarchomp.png|[[Garchomp|Mega Garchomp]]
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448MLucario.png|[[Lucario|Mega Lucario]]
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460MAbomasnow.png|[[Abomasnow|Mega Abomasnow]]
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719MDiancie.png|[[Diancie|Mega Diancie]]
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</gallery>}}
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==Promotional Pictures==
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{{Gallery Box-Small|<gallery captionalign="centre" position"centre" widths="180px">
 
Legendary Pokemon.jpg|[[Xerneas|Xerneas]]
 
Legendary Pokemon.jpg|[[Xerneas|Xerneas]]
 
"Y".jpg|[[Yveltal|Yveltal]]
 
"Y".jpg|[[Yveltal|Yveltal]]
Chespin.jpg|Grass starter
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Chespin.jpg|Grass Starter
Fennekin.jpg|Fire starter
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Fennekin.jpg|Fire Starter
Froakie.jpg|Water starter
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Froakie.jpg|Water Starter
 
Sylveon-Info.jpg
 
Sylveon-Info.jpg
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Running to route.jpg
 
Running to route.jpg
 
New town.jpg
 
New town.jpg
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New location .jpg
 
New location .jpg
 
pokemon-x-&amp;-y-pikachu.jpeg|A wild Pikachu.
 
pokemon-x-&amp;-y-pikachu.jpeg|A wild Pikachu.
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</gallery>}}
 
 
 
   
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==Trivia==
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*It is the first generation to feature remakes in 3D.
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*Generation VI introduced the least Pokémon than any other generation with only 70 Pokémon.
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**Along with [[Generation V]], it also has the least amount of Pokémon with a [[Mega Evolution]] at 1, which is ironic as this generation brought Mega Evolution.
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*Generation VI is the only generation that did not introduce a new type of [[Poké Ball]].
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*Generation VI is the only region that doesn't include:
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**A {{type|water}}/{{type|flying}} Pokémon
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**A {{type|bug}}/{{type|poison}} Pokémon
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**A Gym Leader or Elite Four member specializing in {{type|ghost}} Pokemon
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**A new type of [[PokeBall]]
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**A [[Department Store]]
   
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Latest revision as of 17:07, September 15, 2014

Generation VI
第6世代
Pokémon X and Pokémon Y Logo's
X and Y
Information
Debut JN October 12, 2013
EN October 12, 2013
Pokémon 719 (70 new Pokémon)
Region Kalos
Date Ended JN Unknown
EN Unknown
Game Information
Main Game(s): Pokémon X and Y
Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire
Storage games: Pokémon Bank
Battle Arena Games: None yet

Generation VI (Japanese: 第6世代 Dai Roku-sedai) is the first generation of the Pokémon series to be exclusively 3D and overall sixth generation of main series game. It was announced on 4th January 2013 with announcement of Pokémon X and Y. This generation started with Pokémon X and Y in 2013, following with Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire in 2014. This generation features a new region called Kalos, inspired by France, and the return of the Hoenn region.

This generation bring 70 new kinds of Pokémon in the Kalos region with a possible of 6 new legendaries.

FeaturesEdit

Mega EvolutionEdit

Generation VI comes with a new way of evolving known as Mega Evolution, which grants some Pokémon an extra stage of evolution. A special stone and item is required for this purpose. Several Pokémon from each generation can have this as evolution.

3D MovementEdit

Pokémon games followed 2D movement with 4 directions up to Generation V. In generation VI, this feature is expanded to 8 directions of up, down, left, right, upper left, upper right, lower left, and lower right.

PokémonEdit

Generation VI comes with total of 69 new Pokémon thus expanding the Pokédex to total of 718 Pokémon. Pokémon now end with Zygarde.

Legendary PokémonEdit

Generation VI owns six new legendaries including Xerneas, Yveltal, Diancie, Zygarde, and the other two that have yet to be confirmed officially.

Fairy TypeEdit

This is the first time since Generation II that a new type is introduced. In this case, it is the Fairy type. Xerneas holds the record of being first fairy-type legendary Pokémon.

GamesEdit

Main SeriesEdit


PokémonEdit

Mega Evolutions


Promotional PicturesEdit


TriviaEdit

  • It is the first generation to feature remakes in 3D.
  • Generation VI introduced the least Pokémon than any other generation with only 70 Pokémon.
    • Along with Generation V, it also has the least amount of Pokémon with a Mega Evolution at 1, which is ironic as this generation brought Mega Evolution.
  • Generation VI is the only generation that did not introduce a new type of Poké Ball.
  • Generation VI is the only region that doesn't include:
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