I don't mind Fairy type for the name, just for the developer's own opinion on the type.
Every Gen 6 fairy pokemon so far is or has some Pink. And judging by how they develop things, it will take two gens to fix that up.
Why is this a problem? It matches the type indicator. Lots of Fire-types are red, lots of Dark-types are black, lots of Rock- and Ground-types are brown... --- Official Bride and Wife of Noire (of the Fire Emblem Awakening message board)
All by an actual Game Freak employee. If X/Y really were supposed to be the ninth generation, I'm sure Masuda wouldn't be using the phrase "the evolved sixth generation of Pokémon" to refer to X/Y.
If it were to be the ninth generation, for one there'd have to be nine sets of starters--nine Grass-type starters, nine Fire-type starters, nine Water-type starters. I'll give you one chance to back up your ninth-generation claim. Starting with Bulbasaur and ending with Chespin, name all nine Grass-type fully unevolved starter Pokémon in order of introduction, making sure not to use more than one Pokémon from a generation and not using the same Pokémon twice... --- I am a die hard Pokemon fan to the most, including the traditional hate of Yu-Gi-Oh.