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Pokemon Z legendary

#1airsoft246Posted 2/22/2013 3:11:59 AM
I have the assumption that the Pokemon Z legendary must be a long serpent or dragon similar to dragonair (due to the shape of the letter Z) and since Yveltal is airborne and Xerneas is a land legendary, I would assume this dragon legendary would be a water type of some sort from the sea. Agree? Different ideas?
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#2PrinceOfFalloutPosted 2/22/2013 4:10:42 AM
Agreed
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#3Catcher_FreemanPosted 2/22/2013 4:15:35 AM
There is no Z chromosome.
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#4SephirothtPosted 2/22/2013 4:18:25 AM
Catcher_Freeman posted...
There is no Z chromosome.


Wanna bet?
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#5sumuthergamerPosted 2/22/2013 4:22:40 AM
Sephirotht posted...
Catcher_Freeman posted...
There is no Z chromosome.


Wanna bet?


Um...
Chromosomes were named by scientists. They discovered 23 pairs of chromosomes plus an additional 2 which they called X and Y chromosomes. They didn't name a Z chromosome.

But there could still be a Z version, because IMO, Pokemon X and Y are named after coordinate geometry planes, and there IS a Z-plane.
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#6SephirothtPosted 2/22/2013 4:28:05 AM
sumuthergamer posted...
Sephirotht posted...
Catcher_Freeman posted...
There is no Z chromosome.


Wanna bet?


Um...
Chromosomes were named by scientists. They discovered 23 pairs of chromosomes plus an additional 2 which they called X and Y chromosomes. They didn't name a Z chromosome.

But there could still be a Z version, because IMO, Pokemon X and Y are named after coordinate geometry planes, and there IS a Z-plane.


*facepalm*
XY isn't the only chromosome system. There's also a ZW system mainly used by birds and reptiles (and more).
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#7pokemega32Posted 2/22/2013 4:30:54 AM
sumuthergamer posted...
Um...
Chromosomes were named by scientists. They discovered 23 pairs of chromosomes plus an additional 2 which they called X and Y chromosomes. They didn't name a Z chromosome.


Birds, some fish and crustaceans, some insects, and some reptiles use a different system consisting of Z and W chromosomes.

But it'd still be weird if they were referencing chromosomes and we got a Pokemon Z but not a Pokemon W.

But there could still be a Z version, because IMO, Pokemon X and Y are named after coordinate geometry planes, and there IS a Z-plane.


It doesn't really matter what your opinion is. The games have DNA strands in the logos.
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#8ThatPersonGuyPosted 2/22/2013 5:23:18 AM
sumuthergamer posted...
Sephirotht posted...
Catcher_Freeman posted...
There is no Z chromosome.


Wanna bet?


Um...
Chromosomes were named by scientists. They discovered 23 pairs of chromosomes plus an additional 2 which they called X and Y chromosomes. They didn't name a Z chromosome.

But there could still be a Z version, because IMO, Pokemon X and Y are named after coordinate geometry planes, and there IS a Z-plane.



http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-g6zCGLF9ZyY/UOwBLhvBo8I/AAAAAAAAp8E/UpcYhxEBKY0/s1600/pokemon-x-y.jpg

You were saying?
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#9TheoryGentPosted 2/22/2013 5:26:02 AM
I think a third legendary as a dragon-serpent of the sea would be cool. I think it would be even better if the sequels (name Pokemon Z and W) would have two seperate legendaries (the sea-serpent and a fire based beastie so we would have an air-earth-fire-water theme going on.)
#10sumuthergamerPosted 2/22/2013 5:47:53 AM
Oh... K, my mistake.
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