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SPOILERS: Rumour thread (SPOILERS - ALLEGED LEAKS)

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During the run-up to the release of Pokémon X and Pokémon Y games this October we are sure to see a wealthy stream of information coming from various places across the web, especially considering the international release that this generation is seeing. However, as always, there will be those who make up rumours or fake scans for a variety of reasons. Every piece of confirmed information will be added to this thread. However, sometimes some things might appear from sources other than the usual suspects, so if you come across something that you're not sure about, feel free it here and let other people debunk or confirm a rumour or leak.

LEAKED INFORMATION SO FAR: (Read at your own risk!)

Pokemon:
  • Chesnaught: Evolution of Quilladin, Grass/Fight, knows new move Spiky Shield, and Aerial Ace, Bite, Growl, Leech Seed, Mud Shot, Needle Arm, Pin Missle, Seed Bomb, Solarbeam, Tackle, Vine Whip, Wood Hammer, Power-Up Punch.
  • Delphox: Evolution of Braixen, Fire/Psychic, knows new move Mystical Fire, and Ember, Fire Spin, Flame Charge, Flamethrower, Future Sight, Glow Punch, Howl, Lucky Chant, Psybeam, Psychic, Psyshock, Role Play, Scratch, Shadow Ball, Switcheroo, Tail Whip and Wish.
  • Greninja: Evolution of Frogadier, Water/Dark, knows Water Shuriken, and Aerial Ace, Bounce, Bubble, Extrasensory, Growl, Hydro Pump, Lick, Pound, Quick Attack, Smokesceen, Surf, Water Pulse, Waterfall.
  • Diggersby: Normal/Ground. Evolution of Bunnelby. Can have the ability Pick Up, and learn Dig, Doubleslap, Mud-slap, Quick Attack, Strength and Take Down.
  • Fletchinder: Fire/Flying, evolution of Fletchling. Has the ability Flame Body. Evolves from Fletchling at level 18.
  • Talonflame can learn Flame Charge, Brave Bird, Aerial Ace, Agility, Peck, Tackle.
  • Vivillon has various patterns that change depending on where Spewpa evolves. So far there is Polar Pattern and Garden Pattern with the regular pink pattern we've seen known as Meadow Pattern. Vivillon has Compoundeyes. Can learn Infestation, String Shot, Protect, Struggle Bug and Stun Spore.
  • Florette: Pure Fairy. Evolution of Flabebe evolves at level 19.
  • Florges: Pure Fairy. Evolution of Floette through the use of Shiny Stone. Flabebe line all have the ability Flower Veil. Can learn Dazzling Gleam, Fairy Wind, Lucky Chant, Misty Terrain, Razor Leaf, Recover, Tackle, Vine Whip.
  • Pancham evolves into Pangoro after level ? while having a Dark-type in your party. Pangoro has Iron and Mold Breaker, and can learn Surf, Body Slam, Circle Throw, Hammer Arm, Parting Shot.
  • Inkay evolves into Malamar after Level ? while holding the 3DS upside-down. Malamar has Contry and Suction Cups, can learn Topsy-Turvy, Hypnosis, Payback, Foul Play, Psybeam,
  • Gogoat evolves from Skiddo by ?. Gogoat can learn Horn Leech, Earthquake, Rock Slide, Double-Edge, Vine Whip, Leaf Blade.
  • Pyroar evolves from Litleo by ? Pyroar has either Rivalry or Unnerve and it can learn Echoed Voice, Headbutt, Flamethrower, Noble Roar, Take Down, Work Up.
  • Spritzee evolves into Aromatisse through trade while holding the Satchel item. Aromatisse has Healer and can learn Aromatherapy, Fairy Wind, Sweet Kiss.
  • Swirlix evolves into Slurpuff through trade while holding the Whipped Cream item. Slurpuff has Sweet Veil and can learn Draining Kiss.
  • Espurr: Psychic. Has Keen Eye. Pre-evolution of Meowstic. Meowstic has Infiltrator and Keen Eye and can learn Extrasensory (Female), Miracle Eye (Male), Calm Mind, Psybeam, Psyshock, Covet, Disarming Voice.
  • Binacle: Rock/Water.
  • Barbaracle: Evolution of Binacle by ?. Rock/Water, has the ability Tough Claws. Knows Fury Cutter, Clamp, Rock Polish, Slash.
  • Heliolisk: Evolution of Helioptile by Sun Stone. Electric/Normal, has Sand Veil and Dry Skin. Can learn Parabolic Charge, Razor Wind, Quick Attack, Rock Slide, Charge, Tail Whip, Thunderbolt, Thundershock and Magnetic Field.
  • Tyrantrum evolves from Tyrunt by ? Has Strong Jaw ability and can learn Bide, Bite, Charm, Crunch, Dragon Claw, Dragon Tail, Head Smash. Return, Rock Tomb, Stealth Rock, Strength.
  • Aurorus evolves from Amaura by ? Has Refrigerate ability and can learn Freeze Dry, Aurora Beam and Rock Tomb.
  • Hawlucha: Fighting/Flying. Has Unburden or Limber. Doesn't evolve. Knows Wing Attack, Encore, Aerial Ace, Brick Break, Flying Press, Power-Up Punch, Acrobatics.
  • Carbink: Rock/Fairy. Has Clear Body. Doesn't evolve. Knows Sharpen, Stealth Rock, Reflect and Smack Down.
  • Goomy: Dragon. Has Hydration.
  • Sliggoo: Dragon, evolution of Goomy, has Hydration.
  • Goodra: Dragon. Evolution of Sliggoo. Can have Sap Sipper or Hydration and learn Rain Dance, Dragonbreath, Dragon Pulse, Body Slam and Muddy Water.
  • Klefki: Steel/Fairy. Has Prankster. Doesn't evolve. Can learn Mirror Shot, Crafty Shield, Foul Play and Torment.
  • Pumpkaboo: Ghost/Grass has the abilities Frisk and Pick Up.
  • Gourgeist: Evolution of Pumpkaboo by? Ghost/Grass type. Learns Bullet Seed, Leech Seed, Razor Leaf and Shadow Sneak.
  • Phantump: Ghost/Grass has the ability Natural Cure.
  • Trevenant: Evolution of Phantump by ? Ghost/Grass, can have the ability Frisk, knows Phantom Force, Wood Hammer, Tackle, Confuse Ray, Astonish, Growth, Ingrain, Faint Attack, Leech Seed, Curse, Forest's Curse, Destiny Bond, Will-o-wisp.
  • Bergmite: Pure Ice-type and has the ability Own Tempo.
  • Avalugg: Evolution of Bergmite at level 40. Has Own Tempo. Can learn Rapid Spin.
  • Clawitzer: Evolves from Clauncher after level 37 while knowing Crabhammer. Pure Water type, has the ability Mega Launcher. Can learn Bubble, Water Pulse, Bubblebeam, Crabhammer and Swords Dance.
  • Dragalge: Evolves from Skrelp after level 37 while knowing Camouflage. Poison/Dragon with Poison Point. Can learn Acid, Poison Tail, Hydro Pump, Sludge Bomb, Surf, Camouflage.
  • Aegislash: Evolution of Doublade by Dusk Stone. Steel/Ghost with the ability Stance Change. Can learn Aerial Ace, Swords Dance, Sacred Sword, Knight's Shield, Night Slash, Slash, Fury Cutter, Power Trick, Head Smash, Shadow Sneak, Pursuit, Autotomise, Iron Head, Iron Defence.
  • Noibat: Pre-evolution of Noivern. Flying/Dragon. Noivern has the ability Frisk and can learn Dragon Pulse, Boomburst, Draco Meteor, Super Fang, Tailwind, Whirlwind, Air Slash and Sonicboom, Hurricane and Shadow Claw.
  • Sylveon has Cute Charm and evolves from Eevee through maximum affection in Pokemon-Amie. Can learn Baby-Doll Eyes, Dazzling Gleam, Moonburst, Fairy Wind, Draining Kiss, Bite, Light Screen, Misty Terrain.
  • Zygarde: Dragon/Ground legendary with the ability Aura Break. Can learn Dragon Pulse, Camouflage, Earth Power and Crunch.
  • Yveltal can learn Oblivion Wing, Snarl, Disable, Dark Pulse and Phantom Force.
  • Xerneas can learn Geomancy, Gravity, Moonblast, Megahorn and Horn Leech.
  • The legendary birds are roaming legendaries.

Mega:

Fairy:

Moves:
  • Spiky Shield: A protect that deals damage if the opponent used a physical move. Known by Chesnaught.
  • Mystical Fire: A Fire-type Snarl - lowers opponent's Sp.Atk. Known by Delphox.
  • Water Shuriken. Water-type, multi-hit priority move. Known by Greninja
  • Power-Up Punch: Fighting move, 40 Power, increases Attack by one stage 100% of the time. Known by Hawlucha.
  • Flying Press: Fighting, 80 Power, the move is a dual type move - both Fighting and Flying. Known by Hawlucha.
  • Play Nice: Seems to be a Growl clone. Known by Pikachu.
  • Crafty Shield: Fairy move, protects from status moves. Known by Klefti.
  • Infestation: A Bug-type Fire Spin.
  • Forest's Curse: Turns the target's type into Grass. Known by Phantump.
  • Venom Drench: Lowers Sp.Atk and Speed of a Poisoned Pokemon. Known by Seviper.
  • Trick-or-Treat: Adds Ghost-type to target.
  • Oblivion Wing is Flying, Special, 80 Power 100 Accuracy. Restores HP by 'over half' of the damage dealt. Known by Yveltal.
  • Magnetic Field boosts the power of Electric moves.
  • Misty Terrain: halves damage from Dragon-type attacks for Pokemon touching the ground and protects everyone in battle from status. Known by Florges.
  • Dazzling Gleam: Fairy, special move, 80 base power, no effect.
  • Knight's Shield: Protects the Pokemon, but also lowers the opponent's Attack if they used a contact move. Known by Aegislash.
  • Moonburst: Fairy, special 95 base power, can lower opponent's Sp.Atk.
  • Parabolic Charge: Special, 50BP, 20PP. Multi-target. Restores HP by half the damage dealt.
  • Phantom Force: Physical, 90BP, 10PP. Single target. The user vanishes somewhere, then strikes the target on the next turn. This move hits even if the target protects itself. Known by Trevenant.
  • Fire Pledge now has 80 power.
  • Sweet Kiss is a Fairy move.
  • Charm is a Fairy move.
  • Geomancy gives the user +2 Sp.Atk, Sp.Def and Speed on the next turn.
  • Disarming Voice is a Fairy move with 40 base power, it never misses and it hits all opponents.
  • Petal Blizzard is a 90 BP physical Grass move.

Abilities:
  • Flower Veil: Stop Grass-type allies from having their stats lowered. Flabebe's ability.
  • Change Stance: Aegislash's ability. Swaps the Pokemon's stats depending on how it battles. Seems to have higher Def/Sp.Def when using non-damaging moves then swaps the Def/Sp.Def for Attack/Sp.atk when using damanging moves.
  • Pixilate: Turns Normal-type moves into Fairy moves.
  • Aura Break. Zygarde's ability. It reverses Xerneas and Yveltal's Aura abilties.
  • Mega Launcher: Increases power of pulse and aura moves.
  • Tough Claws: Increases power of direct contact moves.
  • Sweet Veil: Stops allies from falling asleep.
  • Aerilate: Turns Normal-type moves into Flying-type moves.

Gyms:
  • Gym order is: Bug, Rock, Fighting, Grass, Electric, Fairy, Psychic and Ice.
  • Bug: Viola using Surskit and Vivillon. Gives Infestation TM.
  • Rock: Grant, has a level 25 Amaura and level 25 Tyrunt. Gives Rock Tomb TM.
  • Fighting: Korrina using Mienfoo, Machoke, Hawlucha first. Then a battle with a Mega Lucario afterwards. Gives Power-Up Punch TM.
  • Grass: Ramos using Weepinbel Level 31, Jumpluff Level 31 and Gogoat Level 34. Gives Grass Knot.
  • Electric: Clemont, using Emolga, Magneton and Heliolisk. Gives Thunderbolt TM.
  • Fairy: Valerie, using Mr. Mime, Mawile and Sylveon. Gives Dazzling Gleam TM.
  • Psychic: Olympia, using Sigilyph, Slowking and Meowstic. Gives Calm Mind TM.
  • Ice: Wulfric, using Abomasnow, Avalugg, Cryogonal. Gives Ice Beam TM.

Elite Four and Champion:
  • Wikstrom: Steel. Uses Klefki, Probopass, Aegislash and Scizor.
  • Malva: Fire. Uses Pyroar, Torkoal, Talonflame and Chandelure.
  • Drasna: Dragon. Uses Dragalge, Noivern, Altaria and Druddigon.
  • Siebold: Water. Clawizter, Starmie, Gyarados and Barbaracle.
  • Diantha: Hawlucha, Aurorus, Tyrantrum, Goodra, Gourgeist and Gardevoir.


Customisation:
  • You can have facial hair.
  • Aswell as at the start of the game, you can also change your skin tone later in the game.

Other:
  • There seems to be an item that allows for the changing of a Pokemon's ability.
  • Honey can be used to Attract hordes.
  • TMs/HMs in the overworld are in golden Pokeballs.
  • A horde of Zangoose/Seviper will attack each other.

Dex:

Central
  • 001 Chespin (Grass)
  • 002 Quilladin (Grass)
  • 003 Chesnaught (Grass/Fight)
  • 004 Fennekin (Fire)
  • 005 Braixen (Fire)
  • 006 Delphox (Fire/Psychic)
  • 007 Froakie (Water)
  • 008 Frogadier (Water)
  • 009 Greninja (Water/Dark)
  • 010 Bunnelby (Normal)
  • 011 Diggersby (Normal/Ground)
  • 012 Zigzagoon
  • 013 Linoone
  • 014 Fletchling (Normal/Flying)
  • 015 Fletchinder (Fire/Flying)
  • 016 Talonflame (Fire/Flying)
  • 017 Pidgey
  • 018 Pidgeotto
  • 019 Pidgeot
  • 020 Scatterbug (Bug)
  • 021 Spewpa (Bug)
  • 022 Vivillon (Bug/Flying)
  • 023 Caterpie
  • 024 Metapod
  • 025 Butterfree
  • 026 Weedle
  • 027 Kakuna
  • 028 Beedrill
  • 029 Pansage
  • 030 Simisage
  • 031 Pansear
  • 032 Simisear
  • 033 Panpour
  • 034 Simipour
  • 035 Pichu
  • 036 Pikachu
  • 037 Raichu
  • 038 Bidoof
  • 039 Bibarel
  • 040 Dunsparce
  • 041 Azurill
  • 042 Marill
  • 043 Azumarill
  • 044 Burmy
  • 045 Wormadam
  • 046 Mothim
  • 047 Surskit
  • 048 Masquerain
  • 049 Magikarp
  • 050 Gyarados (Mega)
  • 051 Corphish
  • 052 Crawdaunt
  • 053 Goldeen
  • 054 Seaking
  • 055 Carvanha
  • 056 Sharpedo
  • 057 Litleo (Fire/Normal)
  • 058 Pyroar (Fire/Normal)
  • 059 Psyduck
  • 060 Golduck
  • 061 Farfetch'd
  • 062 Riolu
  • 063 Lucario (Mega)
  • 064 Ralts
  • 065 Kirlia
  • 066 Gardevoir (Mega)
  • 067 Gallade
  • 068 Flabebe(Fairy)
  • 069 Floette (Fairy)
  • 070 Florges (Fairy)
  • 071 Budew
  • 072 Roselia
  • 073 Roserade
  • 074 Ledyba
  • 075 Ledian
  • 076 Combee
  • 077 Vespiquen
  • 078 Skitty
  • 079 Delcatty
  • 080 Bulbasaur
  • 081 Ivysaur
  • 082 Venusaur (Mega)
  • 083 Charmander
  • 084 Charmeleon
  • 085 Charizard (Mega)
  • 086 Squirtle
  • 087 Wartortle
  • 088 Blastoise (Mega)
  • 089 Skiddo (Grass)
  • 090 Gogoat (Grass)
  • 091 Pancham (Fighting)
  • 092 Pangoro (Fighting/Dark)
  • 093 Furfrou (Normal)
  • 094 Doduo
  • 095 Dodrio
  • 096 Plusle
  • 097 Minun
  • 098 Gulpin
  • 099 Swalot
  • 100 Scraggy
  • 101 Scrafty
  • 102 Abra
  • 103 Kadabra
  • 104 Alakazam
  • 105 Oddish
  • 106 Gloom
  • 107 Vileplume
  • 108 Bellossom
  • 109 Sentret
  • 110 Furret
  • 111 Nincada
  • 112 Ninjask
  • 113 Shedinja
  • 114 Espurr (Psychic)
  • 115 Meowstic (Psychic)
  • 116 Kecleon
  • 117 Honedge (Steel/Ghost)
  • 118 Doublade (Steel/Ghost)
  • 119 Aegislash (Steel/Ghost)
  • 120 Venipede
  • 121 Whirlipede
  • 122 Scolipede
  • 123 Audino
  • 124 Smeargle
  • 125 Croagunk
  • 126 Toxicroak
  • 127 Ducklett
  • 128 Swanna
  • 129 Spritzee (Fairy)
  • 130 Aromatisse (Fairy)
  • 131 Swirlix (Fairy)
  • 132 Slurpuff (Fairy)
  • 133 Volbeat
  • 134 Illumise
  • 135 Hoppip
  • 136 Skiploom
  • 137 Jumpluff
  • 138 Munchlax
  • 139 Snorlax
  • 140 Whismur
  • 141 Loudred
  • 142 Exploud
  • 143 Meditite
  • 144 Medicham
  • 145 Zubat
  • 146 Golbat
  • 147 Crobat
  • 148 Axew
  • 149 Fraxure
  • 150 Haxorus

Coastal
  • 001 Drifloon
  • 002 Drifblim
  • 003 Mienfoo
  • 004 Mienshao
  • 005 Zangoose
  • 006 Seviper
  • 007 Spoink
  • 008 Grumpig
  • 009 Absol (Mega)
  • 010 Inkay (Dark/Psychic)
  • 011 Malamar (Dark/Psychic)
  • 012 Lunatone
  • 013 Solrock
  • 014 Bagon
  • 015 Shelgon
  • 016 Salamence
  • 017 Wingull
  • 018 Pelipper
  • 019 Taillow
  • 020 Swellow
  • 021 Binacle (Rock/Water)
  • 022 Barbaracle (Rock/Water)
  • 023 Dwebble
  • 024 Crustle
  • 025 Tentacool
  • 026 Tentacruel
  • 027 Wailmer
  • 028 Wailord
  • 029 Luvdisc
  • 030 Clauncher (Water)
  • 031 Clawitzer (Water)
  • 032 Skrelp (Poison/Water)
  • 033 Dragalge (Poison/Dragon)
  • 034 Staryu
  • 035 Starmie
  • 036 Shellder
  • 037 Cloyster
  • 038 Qwilfish
  • 039 Horsea
  • 040 Seadra
  • 041 Kingdra
  • 042 Relicanth
  • 043 Sandile
  • 044 Krokorok
  • 045 Krookodile
  • 046 Helioptile (Electric/Normal)
  • 047 Heliolisk (Electric/Normal)
  • 048 Hippopotas
  • 049 Hippowdon
  • 050 Rhyhorn
  • 051 Rhydon
  • 052 Rhyperior
  • 053 Onix
  • 054 Steelix
  • 055 Woobat
  • 056 Swoobat
  • 057 Machop
  • 058 Machoke
  • 059 Machamp
  • 060 Cubone
  • 061 Marowak
  • 062 Kangashkhan (Mega)
  • 063 Mawile (Mega)
  • 064 Tyrunt (Rock/Dragon)
  • 065 Tyrantrum (Rock/Dragon)
  • 066 Amaura (Rock/Ice)
  • 067 Aurorus (Rock/Ice)
  • 068 Aerodactyl (Mega)
  • 069 Ferroseed
  • 070 Ferrothorn
  • 071 Snubbull
  • 072 Granbull
  • 073 Electrike
  • 074 Manectric
  • 075 Houndour
  • 076 Houndoom
  • 077 Eevee
  • 078 Vaporeon
  • 079 Flareon
  • 080 Jolteon
  • 081 Espeon
  • 082 Umbeon
  • 083 Leafeon
  • 084 Glaceon
  • 085 Sylveon (Fairy)
  • 086 Emolga
  • 087 Yanma
  • 088 Yanmega
  • 089 Hawlucha (Fighting/Flying)
  • 090 Sigilyph
  • 091 Golett
  • 092 Golurk
  • 093 Nosepass
  • 094 Probopass
  • 095 Makuhita
  • 096 Hariyama
  • 097 Throh
  • 098 Sawk
  • 099 Starly
  • 100 Staravia
  • 101 Staraptor
  • 102 Stunky
  • 103 Skuntank
  • 104 Nidoran F
  • 105 Nidorina
  • 106 Nidoqueen
  • 107 Nidoran M
  • 108 Nidorino
  • 109 Nidoking
  • 110 Dedenne (Electric/Fairy)
  • 111 Chingling
  • 112 Chimecho
  • 113 Mime Jr
  • 114 Mr Mime
  • 115 Solosis
  • 116 Duosion
  • 117 Reuniclus
  • 118 Wynaut
  • 119 Wobbuffet
  • 120 Roggenrola
  • 121 Boldore
  • 122 Gigalith
  • 123 Sableye
  • 124 Carbink (Rock/Fairy)
  • 125 Tauros
  • 126 Miltank
  • 127 Mareep
  • 128 Flaaffy
  • 129 Ampharos (Mega)
  • 130 Pinsir
  • 131 Heracross
  • 132 Pachirisu
  • 133 Slowpoke
  • 134 Slowbro
  • 135 Slowking
  • 136 Exeggcute
  • 137 Exeggutor
  • 138 Chatot
  • 139 Mantyke
  • 140 Mantine
  • 141 Clamperl
  • 142 Huntail
  • 143 Gorebyss
  • 144 Remoraid
  • 145 Octillery
  • 146 Corsola
  • 147 Chinchou
  • 148 Lanturn
  • 149 Alomomola
  • 150 Lapras
  • 151 Articuno
  • 152 Zapdos
  • 153 Moltres

Mountain
  • 001 Diglett
  • 002 Dugtrio
  • 003 Trapinch
  • 004 Vibrava
  • 005 Flygon
  • 006 Gible
  • 007 Gabite
  • 008 Garchomp (Mega)
  • 009 Geodude
  • 010 Graveler
  • 011 Golem
  • 012 Slugma
  • 013 Magcargo
  • 014 Shuckle
  • 015 Skorupi
  • 016 Drapion
  • 017 Wooper
  • 018 Quagsire
  • 019 Goomy (Dragon)
  • 020 Sliggoo (Dragon)
  • 021 Goodra (Dragon)
  • 022 Karrablast
  • 023 Escavalier
  • 024 Shelmet
  • 025 Accelgor
  • 026 Bellsprout
  • 027 Weepinbell
  • 028 Victreebel
  • 029 Carnivine
  • 030 Gastly
  • 031 Haunter
  • 032 Gengar (Mega)
  • 033 Poliwag
  • 034 Poliwhirl
  • 035 Poliwrath
  • 036 Politoed
  • 037 Ekans
  • 038 Arbok
  • 039 Stunfisk
  • 040 Barboach
  • 041 Whiscash
  • 042 Purrloin
  • 043 Liepard
  • 044 Poochyena
  • 045 Mightyena
  • 046 Patrat
  • 047 Watchog
  • 048 Pawniard
  • 049 Bisharp
  • 050 Klefki (Steel/Fairy)
  • 051 Murkrow
  • 052 Honchkrow
  • 053 Foongus
  • 054 Amoonguss
  • 055 Lotad
  • 056 Lombre
  • 057 Ludicolo
  • 058 Buizel
  • 059 Floatzel
  • 060 Basculin
  • 061 Phantump (Ghost/Grass)
  • 062 Trevenant (Ghost/Grass)
  • 063 Pumpkaboo (Ghost/Grass)
  • 064 Gourgeist (Ghost/Grass)
  • 065 Litwick
  • 066 Lampent
  • 067 Chandelure
  • 068 Rotom
  • 069 Magnemite
  • 070 Magneton
  • 071 Magnezone
  • 072 Voltorb
  • 073 Electrode
  • 074 Trubbish
  • 075 Garbodor
  • 076 Swinub
  • 077 Piloswine
  • 078 Mamoswine
  • 079 Bergmite (Ice)
  • 080 Avalugg (Ice)
  • 081 Cubchoo
  • 082 Beartic
  • 083 Smoochum
  • 084 Jynx
  • 085 Vanillite
  • 086 Vanillish
  • 087 Vanilluxe
  • 088 Snover
  • 089 Abomasnow (Mega)
  • 090 Delibird
  • 091 Sneasel
  • 092 Weavile
  • 093 Tiimburr
  • 094 Gurdurr
  • 095 Conkeldurr
  • 096 Torkoal
  • 097 Sandshrew
  • 098 Sandslash
  • 099 Aron
  • 100 Lairon
  • 101 Aggron
  • 102 Larvitar
  • 103 Pupitar
  • 104 Tyranitar
  • 105 Heatmor
  • 106 Durant
  • 107 Spinarak
  • 108 Ariados
  • 109 Spearow
  • 110 Fearow
  • 111 Cryogonal
  • 112 Skarmory
  • 113 Noibat (Flying/Dragon)
  • 114 Noivern (Flying/Dragon)
  • 115 Gligar
  • 116 Gliscor
  • 117 Hoothoot
  • 118 Noctowl
  • 119 Igglybuff
  • 120 Jigglypuff
  • 121 Wigglytuff
  • 122 Shuppet
  • 123 Banette
  • 124 Zorua
  • 125 Zoroark
  • 126 Gothita
  • 127 Gothorita
  • 128 Gothitelle
  • 129 Bonsly
  • 130 Sudowoodo
  • 131 Spinda
  • 132 Teddiursa
  • 133 Ursaring
  • 134 Lickitung
  • 135 Lickilicky
  • 136 Scyther
  • 137 Scizor
  • 138 Ditto
  • 139 Swablu
  • 140 Altaria
  • 141 Druddigon
  • 142 Deino
  • 143 Zweilous
  • 144 Hydreigon
  • 145 Dratini
  • 146 Dragonair
  • 147 Dragonite
  • 148 Xerneas (Fairy)
  • 149 Yveltal (Dark/Flying)
  • 150 Zygarde (Dragon/Ground)
  • 151 Mewtwo
 
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Re: The "Real or Not Real?" Thread

serebii.net is a pretty good source, too.
Here's one:
"Some new details have popped up online in regards to the trainers in the upcoming Nintendo 3DS exclusive video games, “Pokemon X” and “Pokemon Y.” According to a report by Leviathyn on Feb. 22, the male and female main characters will be called Jean and Jane. The names can’t be customized. Moreover, the trainer is displayed on the bottom screen of the Nintendo 3DS and will be giving commands using a “speech bubble interface” during battles. Finally, a new leveling system for the trainers will change how they will interact with non-playable characters, the success of capturing a Pokemon in addition to the encounter rate with rare creatures."
-examiner.com
I think this is fake, because of the line bolded above. This would be pretty realistic if for not that one line. Pokemon would NEVER do that. The rest, well, it's pretty unrealistic, but not as much as the bolded line.
Just making sure.
 

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serebii.net is a pretty good source, too.
Here's one:
"Some new details have popped up online in regards to the trainers in the upcoming Nintendo 3DS exclusive video games, “Pokemon X” and “Pokemon Y.” According to a report by Leviathyn on Feb. 22, the male and female main characters will be called Jean and Jane. The names can’t be customized. Moreover, the trainer is displayed on the bottom screen of the Nintendo 3DS and will be giving commands using a “speech bubble interface” during battles. Finally, a new leveling system for the trainers will change how they will interact with non-playable characters, the success of capturing a Pokemon in addition to the encounter rate with rare creatures."
-examiner.com
I think this is fake, because of the line bolded above. This would be pretty realistic if for not that one line. Pokemon would NEVER do that. The rest, well, it's pretty unrealistic, but not as much as the bolded line.
Just making sure.
I read that one last night. Pretty sure it's 100% fake. The Gear thing also seemed like it was lifted from Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Time/Darkness/Time and the Bond and trainer levelling from Pokémon Conquest.
 
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For the record, that line about customization was originally referring to the designs, not the names. I still don't think it's true because some of the other stuff that supposed leaker posted sounded like nonsense, but the "names aren't customizable" thing as least isn't what he actually said.
 

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For the record, that line about customization was originally referring to the designs, not the names. I still don't think it's true because some of the other stuff that supposed leaker posted sounded like nonsense, but the "names aren't customizable" thing as least isn't what he actually said.
Yeah, the other stuff is weird and would never happen. I think it's fake, just confirming.
 

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Found some supposedly leaked info, too lazy copy/paste (forum, so too much stuff in the way).
Supposedly Leaked Info!? - Pok
Reaction: Mostly legit. The one thing that stands out is the type the guy couldn't translate.
 

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I'm 99.99% sure that this is fake: https://twitter.com/papercamm/status/305870561526038529

Partially for the reason I outlined here: https://twitter.com/Meophist/status/305873365254696960

Although at the same time, it's not 100% impossible for Gamefreak to change the names of the types... That said, I don't know what the original source for it is. I've searched and could not come to a definitive conclusion.
Remember Pokémon is (theoretically, VERY theoretically xD) focused for kids, so it's VERY unlikely the types will be ever displayed in kanji. Even when GF implemented the kana/kanji switch in Gen V, types remained written in kana.

And even if that's the case, the Fire-type is written as ほのお, and that's hiragana for 炎. not 火
 

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Found some supposedly leaked info, too lazy copy/paste (forum, so too much stuff in the way).
Supposedly Leaked Info!? - Pok
Reaction: Mostly legit. The one thing that stands out is the type the guy couldn't translate.
Go to Google Translate. I got it in my Favourites bar.

"Coming soon"
Pokemon X · Y
*
Aienki region
*
Kasumaron / Chespike
Yarimaron / Chespear
Is lightly lye-type:
*
Honoko / Flannec
Ferunoko / Fernox
Esper-flame type:
*
Kerobabu / Ribbub
Juumatsu / Froabanet
Water and Fighting type:
*
Atorubi / Finchett
Atoruee / Finches form X
Atoruno / Fincho form Y
*
*
Legendary Pokemon
· Grass Zeruneasu? ? ?
Iberutaru flame? ? ?
Zanaruoru rock / Zanarol ·? ? ?
Private railway steel / Dereyn
Runaseki rock / Lunyrite
Sikasso flame / Stapyre

I think it's fake.
FAKE.
 

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But rumours are fun. And as we get closer to release we see more rumours popping up. Do we even have a rumour thread in this section?
 

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Found some supposedly leaked info, too lazy copy/paste (forum, so too much stuff in the way).
Supposedly Leaked Info!? - Pok
Reaction: Mostly legit. The one thing that stands out is the type the guy couldn't translate.
Go to Google Translate. I got it in my Favourites bar.

"Coming soon"
Pokemon X · Y
*
Aienki region
*
Kasumaron / Chespike
Yarimaron / Chespear
Is lightly lye-type:
*
Honoko / Flannec
Ferunoko / Fernox
Esper-flame type:
*
Kerobabu / Ribbub
Juumatsu / Froabanet
Water and Fighting type:
*
Atorubi / Finchett
Atoruee / Finches form X
Atoruno / Fincho form Y
*
*
Legendary Pokemon
· Grass Zeruneasu? ? ?
Iberutaru flame? ? ?
Zanaruoru rock / Zanarol ·? ? ?
Private railway steel / Dereyn
Runaseki rock / Lunyrite
Sikasso flame / Stapyre

I think it's fake.
FAKE.
1. There was translation in that thread.
2. Google translates accuracy is that of a Poke that has been Flashed 6 times trying to hit a Poke that has Double teamed 3 times.
3. Why is it fake?
 

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Found some supposedly leaked info, too lazy copy/paste (forum, so too much stuff in the way).
Supposedly Leaked Info!? - Pok
Reaction: Mostly legit. The one thing that stands out is the type the guy couldn't translate.
Go to Google Translate. I got it in my Favourites bar.

"Coming soon"
Pokemon X · Y
*
Aienki region
*
Kasumaron / Chespike
Yarimaron / Chespear
Is lightly lye-type:
*
Honoko / Flannec
Ferunoko / Fernox
Esper-flame type:
*
Kerobabu / Ribbub
Juumatsu / Froabanet
Water and Fighting type:
*
Atorubi / Finchett
Atoruee / Finches form X
Atoruno / Fincho form Y
*
*
Legendary Pokemon
· Grass Zeruneasu? ? ?
Iberutaru flame? ? ?
Zanaruoru rock / Zanarol ·? ? ?
Private railway steel / Dereyn
Runaseki rock / Lunyrite
Sikasso flame / Stapyre

I think it's fake.
FAKE.
1. There was translation in that thread.
2. Google translates accuracy is that of a Poke that has been Flashed 6 times trying to hit a Poke that has Double teamed 3 times.
3. Why is it fake?
I said I THINK it's fake, because there is no trustworthy resource.
 

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Found some supposedly leaked info, too lazy copy/paste (forum, so too much stuff in the way).
Supposedly Leaked Info!? - Pok
Reaction: Mostly legit. The one thing that stands out is the type the guy couldn't translate.
Go to Google Translate. I got it in my Favourites bar.

"Coming soon"
Pokemon X · Y
*
Aienki region
*
Kasumaron / Chespike
Yarimaron / Chespear
Is lightly lye-type:
*
Honoko / Flannec
Ferunoko / Fernox
Esper-flame type:
*
Kerobabu / Ribbub
Juumatsu / Froabanet
Water and Fighting type:
*
Atorubi / Finchett
Atoruee / Finches form X
Atoruno / Fincho form Y
*
*
Legendary Pokemon
· Grass Zeruneasu? ? ?
Iberutaru flame? ? ?
Zanaruoru rock / Zanarol ·? ? ?
Private railway steel / Dereyn
Runaseki rock / Lunyrite
Sikasso flame / Stapyre

I think it's fake.
FAKE.
1. There was translation in that thread.
2. Google translates accuracy is that of a Poke that has been Flashed 6 times trying to hit a Poke that has Double teamed 3 times.
3. Why is it fake?
I said I THINK it's fake, because there is no trustworthy resource.
Alright, I can accept that. The way you said it, it made it sound like you were jumping to conclusions.
 

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That's fake because it was made before the names of Xerneas and Yveltal were revealed, iirc, as the original version of that I saw had different names for them.

Also, 2chan is just the Japanese version of 4chan. The only reason it's more "reliable" is because that's usually where CoroCoro gets posted since, you know, Japanese people have access to it.
 

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That's fake because it was made before the names of Xerneas and Yveltal were revealed, iirc, as the original version of that I saw had different names for them.

Also, 2chan is just the Japanese version of 4chan. The only reason it's more "reliable" is because that's usually where CoroCoro gets posted since, you know, Japanese people have access to it.
Tecnically 4chan is the western version of 2chan.

And I think both are unreliable too, being the "coroleaks" days the only exception, and just for 2ch.
 

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Proven fake earlier in this thread. Locking the trainer names would go against GameFreak's main philosophy about the series and other ideas in there have been lifted from spin off games.

That's fake because it was made before the names of Xerneas and Yveltal were revealed, iirc, as the original version of that I saw had different names for them.

Also, 2chan is just the Japanese version of 4chan. The only reason it's more "reliable" is because that's usually where CoroCoro gets posted since, you know, Japanese people have access to it.
Pretty much. Almost all CoroCoro leaks originate there, as does information about the games shortly after Japanese release.
 

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Proven fake earlier in this thread. Locking the trainer names would go against GameFreak's main philosophy about the series and other ideas in there have been lifted from spin off games.
It's been repeated multiple times, but that's not what was said. Originally it said "main characters are named Jean and Jane in the localization, non-customizable" and the poster later clarified he meant their designs.
 

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Proven fake earlier in this thread. Locking the trainer names would go against GameFreak's main philosophy about the series and other ideas in there have been lifted from spin off games.
It's been repeated multiple times, but that's not what was said. Originally it said "main characters are named Jean and Jane in the localization, non-customizable" and the poster later clarified he meant their designs.
Fair enough. Still fake though. Rule of thumb generally says that if a leak is elaborate, it's probably fake.

Says a lot about video game "journalism" though that it became a game of Chinese Whispers with the details.
 
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