Pokémon XY Leaks

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I think I'll ignore Exp All and Lucky Egg. I'd like to see if the game starts to outpace me in levels without them. IIRC, Kanpachi used the Exp All and was just around the same level as the E4 when he got there.

At least I can try to create more of a challenge on my own.

Off-topic, but I should probably go buy a 3DS already...
 
I've only watched bits and pieces of the walkthrough and I don't intend to watch it all in one setting. However, anyone who does choose to could certainly glean a great deal of information about the games that has not yet been revealed here. With the official release still a few days off it could help with the giant data mining task at hand.
 
I've only watched bits and pieces of the walkthrough and I don't intend to watch it all in one setting. However, anyone who does choose to could certainly glean a great deal of information about the games that has not yet been revealed here. With the official release still a few days off it could help with the giant data mining task at hand.
Im defeinietly not watching all of it otherwise the story would be boring if I already know it
 
Ive been looking through thr threads but havent heard mucb about the tms. Are they reusable like in bw or are they 1 time uses like past gens?
 
I'm on Part 3, and the new Gym Leader music is very nice. :3 You can see how much effort Nintendo and Game Freak put into Generation 6 with their attention to detail and everything else they've done. ^_^
 
Ive been looking through thr threads but havent heard mucb about the tms. Are they reusable like in bw or are they 1 time uses like past gens?
I believe there was a brief mention somewhere in the expanses of the internet of TMs being indeed reusable, but absent concrete evidence, it would only be logical that they would continue having reusable TMs from here on out.

I'm another person who appreciates the spoiler tags for plot content. Thanks guys.
 
Thanks for clarifying. Also does anybody have a link to the latest filled pokedex? I saw it before but dont know oage it was on...
Pretty sure this is up-to-the-moment.

Central Dex
  • 001 Chespin (Grass)
  • 002 Quilladin (Grass)
  • 003 Chesnaught (Grass/Fight)
  • 004 Fennekin (Fire)
  • 005 Braixen (Fire)
  • 006 Delphox (Fire/Psychic)
  • 007 Froakie (Water)
  • 008 Frogadier (Water)
  • 009 Greninja (Water/Dark)
  • 010 Bunnelby (Normal)
  • 011 Diggersby (Normal/Ground)
  • 012 Zigzagoon
  • 013 Linoone
  • 014 Fletchling (Normal/Flying)
  • 015 Fletchinder (Fire/Flying)
  • 016 Talonflame (Fire/Flying)
  • 017 Pidgey
  • 018 Pidgeotto
  • 019 Pidgeot
  • 020 Scatterbug (Bug)
  • 021 Spewpa (Bug)
  • 022 Vivillon (Bug/Flying)
  • 023 Caterpie
  • 024 Metapod
  • 025 Butterfree
  • 026 Weedle
  • 027 Kakuna
  • 028 Beedrill
  • 029 Pansage
  • 030 Simisage
  • 031 Pansear
  • 032 Simisear
  • 033 Panpour
  • 034 Simipour
  • 035 Pichu
  • 036 Pikachu
  • 037 Raichu
  • 038 Bidoof
  • 039 Bibarel
  • 040 Dunsparce
  • 041 Azurill
  • 042 Marill
  • 043 Azumarill
  • 044 Burmy
  • 045 Wormadam
  • 046 Mothim
  • 047 Surskit
  • 048 Masquerain
  • 049 Magikarp
  • 050 Gyarados (Mega)
  • 051 Corphish
  • 052 Crawdaunt
  • 053 Goldeen
  • 054 Seaking
  • 055 Carvanha
  • 056 Sharpedo
  • 057 Litleo (Fire/Normal)
  • 058 Pyroar (Fire/Normal)
  • 059 Psyduck
  • 060 Golduck
  • 061 Farfetch'd
  • 062 Riolu
  • 063 Lucario (Mega)
  • 064 Ralts
  • 065 Kirlia
  • 066 Gardevoir (Mega)
  • 067 Gallade
  • 068 Flabebe(Fairy)
  • 069 Floette (Fairy)
  • 070 Florges (Fairy)
  • 071 Budew
  • 072 Roselia
  • 073 Roserade
  • 074 Ledyba
  • 075 Ledian
  • 076 Combee
  • 077 Vespiquen
  • 078 Skitty
  • 079 Delcatty
  • 080 Bulbasaur
  • 081 Ivysaur
  • 082 Venusaur (Mega)
  • 083 Charmander
  • 084 Charmeleon
  • 085 Charizard (Mega)
  • 086 Squirtle
  • 087 Wartortle
  • 088 Blastoise (Mega)
  • 089 Skiddo (Grass)
  • 090 Gogoat (Grass)
  • 091 Pancham (Fighting)
  • 092 Pangoro (Fighting/Dark)
  • 093 Furfrou (Normal)
  • 094 Doduo
  • 095 Dodrio
  • 096 Plusle
  • 097 Minun
  • 098 Gulpin
  • 099 Swalot
  • 100 Scraggy
  • 101 Scrafty
  • 102 Abra
  • 103 Kadabra
  • 104 Alakazam
  • 105 Oddish
  • 106 Gloom
  • 107 Vileplume
  • 108 Bellossom
  • 109 Sentret
  • 110 Furret
  • 111 Nincada
  • 112 Ninjask
  • 113 Shedinja
  • 114 Espurr (Psychic)
  • 115 Meowstic (Psychic)
  • 116 Kecleon
  • 117 Honedge (Steel/Ghost)
  • 118 Doublade (Steel/Ghost)
  • 119 Aegislash (Steel/Ghost)
  • 120 Venipede
  • 121 Whirlipede
  • 122 Scolipede
  • 123 Audino
  • 124 Smeargle
  • 125 Croagunk
  • 126 Toxicroak
  • 127 Ducklett
  • 128 Swanna
  • 129 Spritzee (Fairy)
  • 130 Aromatisse (Fairy)
  • 131 Swirlix (Fairy)
  • 132 Slurpuff (Fairy)
  • 133 Volbeat
  • 134 Illumise
  • 135 Hoppip
  • 136 Skiploom
  • 137 Jumpluff
  • 138 Munchlax
  • 139 Snorlax
  • 140 Whismur
  • 141 Loudred
  • 142 Exploud
  • 143 Meditite
  • 144 Medicham
  • 145 Zubat
  • 146 Golbat
  • 147 Crobat
  • 148 Axew
  • 149 Fraxure
  • 150 Haxorus

Coastal Dex
  • 001 Drifloon
  • 002 Drifblim
  • 003 Mienfoo
  • 004 Mienshao
  • 005 Zangoose
  • 006 Seviper
  • 007 Spoink
  • 008 Grumpig
  • 009 Absol (Mega)
  • 010 Inkay (Dark/Psychic)
  • 011 Malamar (Dark/Psychic)
  • 012 Lunatone
  • 013 Solrock
  • 014 Bagon
  • 015 Shelgon
  • 016 Salamence
  • 017 Wingull
  • 018 Pelipper
  • 019
  • 020
  • 021 Binacle (Rock/Water)
  • 022 Barbaracle (Rock/Water)
  • 023 Dwebble
  • 024 Crustle
  • 025 Tentacool
  • 026 Tentacruel
  • 027 Wailmer
  • 028 Wailord
  • 029 Luvdisc
  • 030 Clauncher (Water)
  • 031 Clawitzer (Water)
  • 032 Skrelp (Poison/Water)
  • 033 Dragalge (Poison/Dragon)
  • 034 Staryu
  • 035 Starmie
  • 036 Shellder
  • 037 Cloyster
  • 038 Qwilfish
  • 039 Horsea
  • 040 Seadra
  • 041 Kingdra
  • 042 Relicanth
  • 043 Sandile
  • 044 Krokorok
  • 045 Krookodile
  • 046 Helioptile (Electric/Normal)
  • 047 Heliolisk (Electric/Normal)
  • 048 Hippopotas
  • 049 Hippowdon
  • 050 Rhyhorn
  • 051 Rhydon
  • 052 Rhyperior
  • 053 Onix
  • 054 Steelix
  • 055 Woobat
  • 056 Swoobat
  • 057 Machop
  • 058 Machoke
  • 059 Machamp
  • 060 Cubone
  • 061 Marowak
  • 062 Kangashkhan (Mega)
  • 063 Mawile (Mega)
  • 064 Tyrunt (Rock/Dragon)
  • 065 Tyrantrum (Rock/Dragon)
  • 066 Amaura (Rock/Ice)
  • 067 Aurorus (Rock/Ice)
  • 068 Aerodactyl (Mega)
  • 069 Ferroseed
  • 070 Ferrothorn
  • 071 Snubbull
  • 072 Granbull
  • 073 Electrike
  • 074 Manectric
  • 075 Houndour
  • 076 Houndoom
  • 077 Eevee
  • 078 Vaporeon
  • 079 Flareon
  • 080 Jolteon
  • 081 Espeon
  • 082 Umbeon
  • 083 Leafeon
  • 084 Glaceon
  • 085 Sylveon (Fairy)
  • 086 Emolga
  • 087 Yanma
  • 088 Yanmega
  • 089 Hawlucha (Fighting/Flying)
  • 090 Sigilyph
  • 091 Golett
  • 092 Golurk
  • 093 Nosepass
  • 094 Probopass
  • 095 Makuhita
  • 096 Hariyama
  • 097 Throh
  • 098 Sawk
  • 099
  • 100
  • 101
  • 102
  • 103
  • 104 Nidoran F
  • 105 Nidorina
  • 106 Nidoqueen
  • 107 Nidoran M
  • 108 Nidorino
  • 109 Nidoking
  • 110 Dedenne (Electric/Fairy)
  • 111 Chingling
  • 112 Chimecho
  • 113 Mime Jr
  • 114 Mr Mime
  • 115 Solosis
  • 116 Duosion
  • 117 Reuniclus
  • 118 Wynaut
  • 119 Wobbuffet
  • 120 Roggenrola
  • 121 Boldore
  • 122 Gigalith
  • 123 Sableye
  • 124 Carbink (Rock/Fairy)
  • 125 Tauros
  • 126 Miltank
  • 127 Mareep
  • 128 Flaaffy
  • 129 Ampharos (Mega)
  • 130 Pinsir
  • 131 Heracross
  • 132 Pachirisu
  • 133 Slowpoke
  • 134 Slowbro
  • 135 Slowking
  • 136 Exeggcute
  • 137 Exeggutor
  • 138 Chatot
  • 139 Mantyke
  • 140 Mantine
  • 141
  • 142
  • 143
  • 144 Remoraid
  • 145 Octillery
  • 146
  • 147 Chinchou
  • 148 Lanturn
  • 149
  • 150 Lapras

Mountain Dex
  • 001 Diglett
  • 002 Dugtrio
  • 003 Trapinch
  • 004 Vibrava
  • 005 Flygon
  • 006 Gible
  • 007 Gabite
  • 008 Garchomp (Mega)
  • 009 Geodude
  • 010 Graveler
  • 011 Golem
  • 012 Slugma
  • 013 Magcargo
  • 014
  • 015 Skorupi
  • 016 Drapion
  • 017 Wooper
  • 018 Quagsire
  • 019 Goomy (Dragon)
  • 020 Sliggoo (Dragon)
  • 021 Goodra (Dragon)
  • 022 Karrablast
  • 023 Escavalier
  • 024 Shelmet
  • 025 Accelgor
  • 026 Bellsprout
  • 027 Weepinbell
  • 028 Victreebel
  • 029 Carnivine
  • 030 Gastly
  • 031 Haunter
  • 032 Gengar (Mega)
  • 033 Poliwag
  • 034 Poliwhirl
  • 035 Poliwrath
  • 036 Politoed
  • 037 Ekans
  • 038 Arbok
  • 039 Stunfisk
  • 040 Barboach
  • 041 Whiscash
  • 042 Purrloin
  • 043 Liepard
  • 044 Poochyena
  • 045 Mightyena
  • 046 Patrat
  • 047 Watchog
  • 048 Pawniard
  • 049 Bisharp
  • 050 Klefki (Steel/Fairy)
  • 051 Murkrow
  • 052 Honchkrow
  • 053 Foongus
  • 054 Amoonguss
  • 055 Lotad
  • 056 Lombre
  • 057 Ludicolo
  • 058 Buizel
  • 059 Floatzel
  • 060 Basculin
  • 061 Phantump (Ghost/Grass)
  • 062 Trevenant (Ghost/Grass)
  • 063 Pumpkaboo (Ghost/Grass)
  • 064 Gourgeist (Ghost/Grass)
  • 065 Litwick
  • 066 Lampent
  • 067 Chandelure
  • 068
  • 069 Magnemite
  • 070 Magneton
  • 071 Magnezone
  • 072
  • 073
  • 074 Trubbish
  • 075 Garbodor
  • 076 Swinub
  • 077 Piloswine
  • 078 Mamoswine
  • 079 Bergmite (Ice)
  • 080 Avalugg (Ice)
  • 081 Cubchoo
  • 082 Beartic
  • 083 Smoochum
  • 084 Jynx
  • 085 Vanillite
  • 086 Vanillish
  • 087 Vanilluxe
  • 088 Snover
  • 089 Abomasnow (Mega)
  • 090 Delibird
  • 091 Sneasel
  • 092 Weavile
  • 093 Tiimburr
  • 094 Gurdurr
  • 095 Conkeldurr
  • 096 Torkoal
  • 097 Sandshrew
  • 098 Sandslash
  • 099
  • 100
  • 101
  • 102 Larvitar
  • 103 Pupitar
  • 104 Tyranitar
  • 105 Heatmor
  • 106 Durant
  • 107 Spinarak
  • 108 Ariados
  • 109
  • 110
  • 111 Cryogonal
  • 112 Skarmory
  • 113 Noibat (Flying/Dragon)
  • 114 Noivern (Flying/Dragon)
  • 115 Gligar
  • 116 Gliscor
  • 117 Hoothoot
  • 118 Noctowl
  • 119 Igglybuff
  • 120 Jigglypuff
  • 121 Wigglytuff
  • 122 Shuppet
  • 123 Banette
  • 124 Zorua
  • 125 Zoroark
  • 126 Gothita
  • 127 Gothorita
  • 128 Gothitelle
  • 129
  • 130
  • 131
  • 132 Teddiursa
  • 133 Ursaring
  • 134
  • 135
  • 136 Scyther
  • 137 Scizor
  • 138 Ditto
  • 139 Swablu
  • 140 Altaria
  • 141 Druddigon
  • 142 Deino
  • 143 Zweilous
  • 144 Hydreigon
  • 145
  • 146
  • 147
  • 148 Xerneas (Fairy)
  • 149 Yveltal (Dark/Flying)
  • 150 Zygarde (Dragon/Ground)
  • 151 Mewtwo


Some of these blank spots might be version exclusives, since I'm pretty sure all of this was compiled from people playing Y version.
 
I did not read about this in anywhere in this topic, so I will show some facts about weather abilities.
Early in the game (around the 3rd badge) you can obtain some Hipopotas and MegaCharizard, wich means Sandstorm and Drought.

Both of them become active for only five turns.
Just found a Smooth Rock, so I tested the effectiveness of the item. It doubles the weather duration. 10 turns to go.
Even if you bring in an hipopotas, switch out and call it back to battle BEFORE the sandstorm subsides, the five/ten-turn counter does not reset.

I dont have a heat rock nor any Drizzle/Snow Warning pokemon yet.
 
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I did not read about this in anywhere in this topic, so I will show some facts about weather abilities.
Early in the game (around the 3rth badge) you can obtain some Hipopotas and MegaCharizard, wich means Sandstorm and Drought.

Both of them become active for only five turns.
Just found a Smooth Rock, so I tested the effectiveness of the item. It doubles the weather duration. 10 turns to go.
Even if you bring in an hipopotas, switch out and call it back to battle BEFORE the sandstorm subsides, the five/ten-turn counter does not reset.

I dont have a heat rock nor any Drizzle/Snow Warning pokemon yet.
Well that's kind of huge. I immediately realize that there's a weather war even against non-weather teams. Simply losing your politoed is a huge blow that kinda ends your rain based strategies.
 

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I did not read about this in anywhere in this topic, so I will show some facts about weather abilities.
Early in the game (around the 3rd badge) you can obtain some Hipopotas and MegaCharizard, wich means Sandstorm and Drought.

Both of them become active for only five turns.
Just found a Smooth Rock, so I tested the effectiveness of the item. It doubles the weather duration. 10 turns to go.
Even if you bring in an hipopotas, switch out and call it back to battle BEFORE the sandstorm subsides, the five/ten-turn counter does not reset.

I dont have a heat rock nor any Drizzle/Snow Warning pokemon yet.
Was this word from a leaker? Or just a circulating rumour?
 

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I did not read about this in anywhere in this topic, so I will show some facts about weather abilities.
Early in the game (around the 3rd badge) you can obtain some Hipopotas and MegaCharizard, wich means Sandstorm and Drought.

Both of them become active for only five turns.
Just found a Smooth Rock, so I tested the effectiveness of the item. It doubles the weather duration. 10 turns to go.
Even if you bring in an hipopotas, switch out and call it back to battle BEFORE the sandstorm subsides, the five/ten-turn counter does not reset.

I dont have a heat rock nor any Drizzle/Snow Warning pokemon yet.
Do you have any evidence backing you up to prove you do actually have the game? Can you create a video of this happening to prove it?

We know this was a rumor, a rumor spawned in this very thread in fact by someone trolling. If you're providing first hand evidence and can give us screen shots or video to prove this, that's wonderful. If this is second hand information you've heard circulating around without a valid leaker behind it, we're inclined to be skeptical and not to believe it.
 
Well that's kind of huge. I immediately realize that there's a weather war even against non-weather teams. Simply losing your politoed is a huge blow that kinda ends your rain based strategies.
Really liked this! ^_^ now weather teams are still a viable strategy and probably still very good, but NOT meta-centralized anymore. At least i hope it will turn this way in a few months when the meta estabilizes with the new pokes
 
I'm trying to upload the video righ now.
inside a bus, its raining AND my phone internet is not even near from being awesome.
Consider this as you wish until i bring the video.

EDIT: I have the game since day 3, to be honest.
But cant play as much as I want, since I am organizing the release party in a store at my city. Work with video games rules an sucks at the same time.
 
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IDK if this is old-news for everyone, but omg! Watching this walkthrough I just noticed now your pokemon receive exp. after a successful catch! I always thought that'd be fair.
 
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