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Groudon and Kyogre.
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As far as i know Groudon and Kyogre have a primal form and no mega evolution.
primal form is like a mega evolution but is a FORM and the primal pokemon can increases his (her :p) power without using a mega stone
#2
Its like that cause its too much work to add in separate mechanics for just two pokemon and a new item.
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#3
No game changing stuff though.
Since you do not waste the item slot on here for the mega.
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#4
About this, I had noticed there is a good time ...

Groudon and Kyogre have a primal form and not a mega-evolution.
All Pokémon that can mega evolves depend on a Mega-Stone except Rayquaza, which can mega evolves on their own.

Already Groudon and Kyogre can not mega-evolve, but may have their primal form through the Red Orb / Blue Orb.
You can take a look at this link: http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Primal_Reversion

I also see that in Pokémon Pets, Groudon and Kyogre in its primal form are under the name "Mega Groudon" and "Mega Kyogre", but I think it would be cool you put "Primal Groudon" and "Primal Kyogre".

I named my Groudon in its primal form of "Primal Groudon" just to fix the original name of Pokémon.

I'm just giving a sugestion, so I wonder... what you think of making a small change for them?

Thank you!

~ Aharon.
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(2015-05-23, 01:18 AM)Aharon Wrote: About this, I had noticed there is a good time ...

Groudon and Kyogre have a primal form and not a mega-evolution.
All Pokémon that can mega evolves depend on a Mega-Stone except Rayquaza, which can mega evolves on their own.

Already Groudon and Kyogre can not mega-evolve, but may have their primal form through the Red Orb / Blue Orb.
You can take a look at this link: http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Primal_Reversion

I also see that in Pokémon Pets, Groudon and Kyogre in its primal form are under the name "Mega Groudon" and "Mega Kyogre", but I think it would be cool you put "Primal Groudon" and "Primal Kyogre".

I named my Groudon in its primal form of "Primal Groudon" just to fix the original name of Pokémon.

I'm just giving a sugestion, so I wonder... what you think of making a small change for them?

Thank you!

~ Aharon.


ty we are not planning

personal naming good idea Smile

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