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Oct 10, 13 at 5:55pmbluexy

Science and Facts: The Best New Pokemon in Pokemon X and Y

Rory Young - Thursday, October 10, 2013 5:55pm (PST) Like (8) Share
Without argument these are the best new Pokemon in X and Y
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Nov 01, 13 at 12:53am

how can you even deny goomy's greatness ;_;
plus goodra's like a sp.def MONSTER

definitely my fav from this gen haha

Oct 24, 13 at 5:09pm

Critique of picks(I'll even post my own proposed alternatives):

#5 Slurpuff:

If this evolves from the Pokemon I think it does, it has a speed stat that is slow as molasses, first of all. While it may have some useful moves, I haven't found its (estimated) precursor to be that good yet. A Pokemon like Nidoking would fit better here, because of its fewer weaknesses(for a dual type Ground type), it's amazing attack diversity and how useful it is against Fairy Pokemon.

#4: Mega Blastoise:

I'll level with you on this one, but not because Mega Blastoise has cannons. It's because Blastoise doesn't have many weaknesses(unlike most Kalos water Pokemon I've encountered, which tend to be dual types) and is a fairly good fighter. But if we're talking water, Lapras is also arguably a better pick with its massive HP, solid other stats and access to Ice attacks without a TM.

#3: Klefki:

I've only fought one, so I don't know much about it, but somehow I doubt a Pokemon like a cursing Snorlax would go down to one Flame Charge from my Talonflame like this guy did. That and cursing Snorlax can become really strong, tough and dangerous if it boosts itself for too long.

#2: Quilladin:

Quilladin can be useful if you train it enough, but a Pokemon like Machamp has much better stats and attack diversity, plus it's stronger against more types.

#1: Goomy:

I've fought a few, and I can say that, without a doubt, Haxorus could trample this puddle of pudding underfoot with one Outrage and eat it for dessert.

None of these picks were particularly good, except for Mega Blastoise, that is.

Oct 14, 13 at 10:02pm

O-okay then I don't find any if these Pokemon magical or anything, buuut.....(especially Slurpuff) though I do like Mega Blastoise.

Oct 14, 13 at 9:08am

Great Scott!

Going off my own research I have come to a conclusion. Your logic is undeniable.

Oct 13, 13 at 5:46am

You should probably mark these as opinion op. Thanks for wasting my time.

Oct 12, 13 at 12:46pm

One of those times where I know this is just a joke article but I can't help agreeing with a lot of the "facts" to a point.

What is wrong with me, no what is wrong with you bluexy?
Good job, I loved it.

Oct 12, 13 at 6:40am

There are 700 total I think.

Oct 12, 13 at 6:35am

quote DarkBlade725
How many total pokemon are there for this gen? This includes the Mega Evol
Erm I don't know with mega evo but 70 sithout.

Oct 12, 13 at 2:20am

Must... go... buy it...

Oct 12, 13 at 1:31am

I don't know 'bout Goomy. It looks like a mutated Gulpin and a lot of people that I'm seeing on the internet (Some of yous here, people at dumb ol' Gamefaqs, maybe a few in PokeCommunity) are worshipping it like its a god. I'm not touching that thing unless its a dex filler that I'll be releasing later.

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