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If it's a normal Kantonian Farfetch'd evolving into Sirfetch'd in Galar which I would assume to be the case until we see a Farfetch'd, I would like to know how it evolves and if Eviolite's effect on Farfetch'd would change.
Yesterday I caught Uxie in Ultra Sun but it wasn't in the Alola Pokédex. I really wish they didn't ditch the National Dex. But if the last Nintendo Direct showed that Sword and Shield aren't being delayed and they are not doing anything about the Dex problem, well at least all those Pokémon cut...
If this new series start in September while Sword and Shield starts in November, it could be a filler arc where Ash revisits each region before moving on to Galar. It may help if Sword and Shield were delayed to improve the graphics and animations to what was promised and add data for non-Galar...
Where would the regional forms go? Kanto or Alola? How are regional forms supposed to be counted? I was just going by the number each generation introduced. And each Pokémon in evolution families are counted separately so Pikachu and Raichu are two representatives of Kanto while Pichu represents...
So here's the percentages of each Pokémon represented by region confirmed in the Galar Dex.
Kanto = 39/151=26%
Johto = 22/100=22%
Hoenn = 26/135=19%
Sinnoh = 29/107=27%
Unova = 44/156=28%
Kalos = 23/72=32%
Alola = 19/88=21%
For the Eviolite problem, couldn't it just not work for Pokémon that have new evolutions like how a Marill can still be hatched when bred without the Sea Incense?
And I'm glad there is a region now more represented than Kanto. Too much of something can get boring.
I mean the next regions after Galar. Generation 9 could get us into the thousands. If not, then Generation X would definately be over a thousand. The only way to avoid getting four digits is to stop introducing new Pokémon, which the fanbase would not like.
The reviewing process may take longer, but I'm sure they could still finish on time. And if they don't, they could have a day 1 patch. And if they couldn't put them in a day one patch, then they should at least consider them for DLC. If they continue this stance that Sword and Shield and future...