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Looking at the Gen 2 and Gen 4 Eeveelutions...

#11UltimaZangetsuPosted 4/5/2013 11:02:15 AM
pokemongames posted...
jayman7 posted...
LOL arbitrary patterns in Pokémon.


It's not arbitrary if it's been 3/3 since the beginning of Pokemon.


Three data points do not make any significant correlation or anything meaningful.
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#12fuzi11Posted 4/5/2013 11:04:02 AM
UltimaZangetsu posted...
pokemongames posted...
jayman7 posted...
LOL arbitrary patterns in Pokémon.


It's not arbitrary if it's been 3/3 since the beginning of Pokemon.


Three data points do not make any significant correlation or anything meaningful.


but it makes a nice line
#13jayman7Posted 4/5/2013 11:07:12 AM
pokemongames posted...
jayman7 posted...
LOL arbitrary patterns in Pokémon.


It's not arbitrary if it's been 3/3 since the beginning of Pokemon.


Do I need to point out exactly how many arbitrary trends everyone was so sure GameFreak would stick to that had been hit 4/4 that broke last gen?

Because it was a lot.
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#14P0k3m0nWaRR10R8Posted 4/5/2013 11:09:03 AM
I'm going to say that the connection might not be as specific as super effectiveness, but rather a type advantage.

That being said, I'm going to say that Sylveon is Flying type, and its partner Eeveelution will be Ground type
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#15HejiruPosted 4/5/2013 11:10:08 AM
fuzi11 posted...
UltimaZangetsu posted...
pokemongames posted...
jayman7 posted...
LOL arbitrary patterns in Pokémon.


It's not arbitrary if it's been 3/3 since the beginning of Pokemon.


Three data points do not make any significant correlation or anything meaningful.


but it makes a nice line


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