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2 years ago#11
I could see how people might be annoyed, but from my personal (obessive compulsive) view, I would LOVE this. Or at least the option. It always annoys me how evolutions in later generations are split from the rest of their families.
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2 years ago#12
I'd be fine. In my personal evolution project that I have been working on, I put all family members together...even split paths like Vileplume / Bellosom and Poliwrath / Politoad.
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2 years ago#13
*Shrugs*
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2 years ago#14
I would be... interesting, Though if anything I'd prefer a mode like that as an option, so those who prefer to see the pokedex in it's original format can do so.
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2 years ago#15
SlimeStack posted...
IMO, I think the national order should stay as it is purely because each Pokémon is forever associated with its number and generation introduced.

What they should do though is bring back GSC's evolution mode, which made the Pokédex organise the first 251 Pokémon with the evolutions all in the right place.


This!
2 years ago#16
Why would they? I think that's what should happen for gen 6.
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