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- Jul 23, 2012
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Elsewhere, there are very vocal complaints about Generation III (mainly because of the ones hailing for remakes). I haven't seen so much complaints about Generation V, but I've seen them...it just doesn't seem to glare out as much as Generation III's hate does, though - perhaps just because of the subject of those wanting remakes of the games not keeping their mouths shut for a few seconds comes to mind. That, and it was the first Generation to receive this kind of hate (originally before FRLG came along).I thought Gen V was the worst Generation of all time next to Gen III? Seriously, l've seen a lot of criticism for its content from here and 4chan.Watch as the fans go rabid from what you just said. They'll be pointing out that the 3DS is perfectly capable of connecting with previous DS systems (like the DSi to 3DS transfer).
...of course, it may just be me at the moment but such a thing would anger the fanbase to make Generation VI the worst Generation of all time next to Generation III in their eyes.
You dare defy fate? /junkazamaBut it's the only way to have the base stat/movepool overhaul to work. Part of the reason why you couldn't transfer your Pokemon from Gen II to Gen III is because of the EVs/IVs overhaul mechanic, which had a different function in the first two gens.There's why that idea doesn't work...I should also point out it removes something that a Pokémon should be able to logically learn (and that has been able to learn for so many years now).
In all seriousness, that's Game Freak's decision, and we can't just cut it off after three generations of not having this happen! How the hell would we get our previous Generation Pokémon this time? It'll be a similar case to the backlash received from Generation III if that happens, that's all I'm saying. I doubt Game Freak wants that to happen again, and a good amount of fans wouldn't like it either.
A Level 100 Larvesta...wouldn't levels count towards a Pokémon's strength as well? Though once that's put into perspective, technically Flareon should be able to do so as well. But that's not our decision, that's Game Freak's.Larvesta would like a word with you.Edit: Before you get into Flare Blitz, that's a case (reversed given that we were talking about removing moves from Pokémon rather than adding them) of people who want Flareon to have it just because of the name and purpose. Sure, it could very well use it, but it seems Game Freak disagrees with it being capable of using its power. Might be attributed to the factors of energy/strength/size of the Pokémon.