Pokemon Pokedex: Complete Generation 3: Updated For Pokemon X/Y & Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire by Stephen AcreeThis Pokedex eBook includes the following:
Now featuring a fully functional Table of Contents + One click return from any page
Updated In Game Sprites For Pokemon X/Y & OR/AS
Updated In Game Shiny Sprites For Pokemon X/Y & OR/AS
Updated In Game Data for Pokemon X/Y & OR/AS
Updated In Game Base Stats for Pokemon X/Y & OR/AS
Updated In Game Move Lists for Pokemon OR/AS
Mega Stone Locations In Pokemon X/Y & OR/AS
(Some information for OR/AS may change at later dates.)
Pokemon XY - Pokedex Filling Tutorial: The Global Trade Station (GTS)
Pokemon X & Y's crazy and creepy Pokedex entries
The Pokedex is an item found in every Pokemon game. It's a device that records all Pokemon a Trainer has seen and caught while on their adventure. After seeing a Pokemon in battle, their basic info will be added to the Pokedex: their Pokedex Number, their appearance s , the area they can be found, and their cry. After capturing a Pokemon, more detailed information will appear on each Pokemon's page such as a summary, height, weight, type, and footprint. The Pokedex was created by Professor Oak in the Kanto region. Each region has their own numerical list of the Pokemon that live nearby.
Kanto Battle Frontier Saga! The Sinnoh Saga! Lucario and the Mystery of Mew! The Rise of Darkrai! Gotta Dance!! Pikachu's Summer Festival! Pikachu's Ghost Festival!
Pokemon X and Y - Full Pokedex Complete! [All 718 Pokemon]
This generation featured the series' largest graphical overhaul: a shift from two-dimensional sprites to three-dimensional polygons. A new type Fairy was introduced for the first time since Gold and Silver in , bringing the total to Alternate forms that result in type changes and Mega Evolutions are included for convenience. A major design change for the franchise was the shift from two-dimensional sprites to three-dimensional polygons. This type was introduced to balance out the Dragon, Fighting, Poison and Steel-types.
It's finally here. Pokemon X and Y have been released, and add dozens of new pocket-sized and building-sized monsters to the world. You've likely read our Pokemon X and Y review , but now it's time to see all of the new creatures with your own eyes. It's hard enough to remember the first most of us can't get past the original , so we've prepared this handy-dandy guide with images of every new Pokemon in the game. These are the 'mons you'll see as you spend the next few dozen hours attempting to catch as many of them as possible--maybe even 'em all! The sixth generation's Grass Type starter, Chespin is a "shelled chestnut Pokemon. That hard shell protecting his head and body should prove useful, though.