How? Would you mind explaining it (if you even can)?
lemme find the topic
#12RoanarkPosted 1/12/2013 4:16:39 PM
Best theory I've seen so far... Love it.
#13ChangliniPosted 1/12/2013 4:18:11 PM
dosent help that all DI does is post rumours. their just as credible as what i posted. just that what i posted makes tons more sense
At least don't go around making your theory look like it's the be all end all of all theories on these two legendaries..
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#14deathbycookiesPosted 1/12/2013 4:18:46 PM
well i can't find it..dang
guess its baseless. but i still believe its not norse. what i typed down is something that ultima guy said. So it can't be proven wrong/right until the game is out
#15Long_BottomPosted 1/12/2013 4:20:38 PM
"Norse mythology b/s"
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#16Rebel40000Posted 1/12/2013 4:20:42 PM
This topic is ace. --- None of us have any idea of what we are talking about.
#17lordlugia_rocksPosted 1/12/2013 4:22:33 PM
I would LOVE for X and Y's legends to be based on norse mythology. It wouldn't be the first time Nintendo games have referenced Norse mythology that's for sure. Fire Emblem has tons of references to Norse mythology --- Official Shiftry of the B/W Boards! Grass type fanatic and proud of it! Lilligant and Shiftry ftw! Pokemon Black FC: 2709-1474-4073
> The game was made in japan. > Yvertal is a black bird = crow = yatagarasu > Xerneas is a deer with huge ass horns = shishigami
In that norse mythology b/s Yvertal is an eagle...
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