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More X and Y theories...

#11TuckersBody(Topic Creator)Posted 2/17/2013 1:51:42 AM
SarojPollard posted...
I wouldn't mind this at all, kinda like it, it would be a change for eevee


I think it'd bring about a lot of new possibilities. Plus, in regards to the comment about young boys not wanting feminine Pokemon, the same goes for girls not wanting overly masculine Pokes. It'd be a good way to expand on the fan base. Not that there aren't already a billion girls playing the games. But hey, why not push the market open just a little bit more? Aha.
#12TherianReturnsPosted 2/17/2013 1:52:13 AM
"lol" is frowned upon.
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#13pokemega32Posted 2/17/2013 2:24:01 AM
TuckersBody posted...
All of the starters since Gen I (excluding Chikorita and, imo, Snivy) have been pretty obviously male.


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#14Minjo26Posted 2/17/2013 2:30:17 AM
The games are called X, Y and Z to represent a 3D plane. Nothing to do with genetics, sorry.
#15pokemega32Posted 2/17/2013 2:34:41 AM
Minjo26 posted...
The games are called X, Y and Z to represent a 3D plane. Nothing to do with genetics, sorry.


I'd love to know what makes you think you know better than everyone else.

The games' logos have DNA strands in them, so it's genetics, sorry.

Besides, there is no Z. Even if they release one later, it makes no sense to name the games after the three planes, but only reference two of them for a year or so.

It makes the reference completely pointless.
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