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how does the board feel about the "new" Eeveelution?

#61-Zeke-Posted 2/12/2013 4:18:23 AM
Where's the I don't hate it option
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#62pikachupwnagePosted 2/12/2013 4:26:02 AM
AuroraSonicBeam posted...
people hate it now but once the game comes out they're gonna change their mind. It's the mentality of the fanbase.


Yup.

Personally I am bias against it because I wanted a dragon or ghost eeveelution and this seems to be neither.
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#63Vaati_RebornPosted 2/12/2013 4:35:04 AM
I don't hate it but I doubt I'll ever use it.
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#64MugilokoPosted 2/12/2013 4:52:13 AM
From: darkdragongirl | #001
I hope it is fake.

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#65warnerbromanPosted 2/12/2013 5:36:10 AM
"Please don't suck".
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#66levyjl1988Posted 2/12/2013 6:05:56 AM
Looks like a cross between a Victini, a deerling, and an Audino. *shivers*, it doesn't feel like a natural Eevee evolution. What kind of sick genetic DNA thing are they doing in Pokemon X/Y. You know Pokemon X/Y is about DNA because of the DNA symbol on the Japanese logo and the X/Y is in the form of dimensions.

Hey perhaps this focus on Pokemon is an evolution on genetically altering Pokemon hence the new Eevee evolution. As horrible as it is, imo.
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#68PChaosWMPosted 2/12/2013 6:11:30 AM
I'm withholding judgment until I know more about it.

I'll say one thing though, the fact that they're introducing new evolutions for old Pokemon is a good thing. In generations where they do it for Eevee, they tend to do the same for other old Pokemon, so it's a good sign.
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#69SeilaerionPosted 2/12/2013 6:11:42 AM
levyjl1988 posted...
Looks like a cross between a Victini, a deerling, and an Audino. *shivers*, it doesn't feel like a natural Eevee evolution. What kind of sick genetic DNA thing are they doing in Pokemon X/Y. You know Pokemon X/Y is about DNA because of the DNA symbol on the Japanese logo and the X/Y is in the form of dimensions.

Hey perhaps this focus on Pokemon is an evolution on genetically altering Pokemon hence the new Eevee evolution. As horrible as it is, imo.


You haven't considered that it's the result of stabilizing Eevee's DNA? Because that's a core part of Eevee, its unstable genetics lol.

You don't have to run experiments to make Eevees change into weird stuff, their bodies do it naturally in the wild, according to the lore anyway. They can adapt to any environment due to their genetic code's tendency to mutate.