- Oct 12, 2014
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Damnit, is didn't hear if right. Its indeed just speculationl
I enjoyed SWSH but I’m in the same boat. This is easily my favorite of the upcoming games. It’s so beautiful and (with the “Sounds of Pokémon Snap” Finnish posted) and relaxing and the safari/National Geographic/out in the wild style is really cool to finally see.I'm... so much more hyped for this than either of the Sinnoh games. The disappointingly lacking element from SwSh was beauty and the missed graphical opportunities in the Wild Area, which fortunately were better realised in the DLC. New Snap looks to be a great way of seeing Pokémon just doing their thing in the world, and the trailers thus far have been mesmerising.
I thought of including Armaldo, I think it does fit that area. The only reason I didn’t was because I was trying to stay away from Fossil Pokémon for resurrection reasons (which is why I didn’t include Turtouga and Aurorus). The only reason I included Omanyte and Kabuto was because they have real life counterparts that live in the oceans today. But then again, Lileep’s down there so maybe Armaldo’s down there too. Adding.I notice you haven't mentioned Armaldo, who can also be in the sea.
I thought of the possibility of Ho-oh, my main worry though is that Moltres would have that similar niche and is depicted as going to volcanoes to heal whereas Ho-oh roams the skies, particularly at the end of rainbows (the volcano connection is also why I’m considering Entei). You’re right though that it could be in the game somewhere. I’ll add.I think for the Volcanic area, Ho-Oh is more likely than Entei, considering Celebi and Lugia are both already confirmed.
I looked through and yeah you’re right.The things you think are Poliwag/Tympole, are in fact Inkay.
I’m going to have to look for that. Some of the photos in that section are hard to see for me.In one of the trailers in the photo section, i have seen a yellow spike in an underwater section, which for me, pointed towards Chewtle