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08-09-2013   #130 (permalink)
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Ah, only available during battle~ So not a legit 4th evolution.

New video showing it off though~



And new English info! (From Serebii)

Following their reveal in CoroCoro yesterday, The Pokémon Company has now announced the US names of the latest Pokémon and features. First, the Mega Evolutions; MegaMewtwo, MegaBlaziken, MegaAmpharos, MegaMawile, MegaLucario and MegaAbsol retain their Japanese names. Lucario needs an item called Lucarionite
First, the rabbit Pokémon Horubii is to be called Bunnelby . Its new special ability, Cheek Pouches, has the name of Cheek Pouch. If a Pokémon with this Ability eats a Berry during battle, it will not only reap the benefit from the Berry, but the Pokémon will also be able to regain HP.
Next, the Electric/Fairy-type Pokémon Dedenne will be known as Dedenne . It Nuzzle, which looks cute as the user nuzzles up to a target with its cheeks fully charged, but it’s quite dangerous! Nuzzle will do damage while paralyzing the opponent.
Finally, the pre-evolution of Gogoat, Meekuru will be known as Skiddo. It is rideable in the field
Next, the Gym Leader Koruni will be known in English as Korrina. She is the Gym Leader in Shalour City where the Tower of Mastery is
The Torchic distribution is also confirmed for North America and Europe
Super Training or S.T. is being introduced in Pokémon X and Pokémon Y, allowing players to help their Pokémon grow stronger when they’re not in battle. On the Touch Screen of the Nintendo 3DS system, players can have their Pokémon participate in Super Training, activities that will increase a Pokémon’s Effort Values, the underlying values that define its HP, Attack, Defense, Sp. Atk, Sp. Def, and Speed stats.
One Super Training activity involves having Pokémon train by facing huge Pokémon-shaped Balloon Bots in a virtual space, with both sides trying to shoot balls into the opponent’s goal. Using the Circle Pad and Touch Screen to avoid shots from the Balloon Bots while landing their own in the goal, players will enjoy this action-packed feature while increasing their Pokémon’s Effort Values to help them become stronger for battle.
For a more casual way to help Pokémon strengthen their Effort Values, Core Training lets players set up training bags, earned by completing Super-Training Regimens, for Pokémon in their party to use. Pokémon will work on Core Training by themselves, raising their stats on their own. By tapping on the Touch Screen during a Core Training session, players can help their Pokémon increase their Effort Values, too. Players will be able to see how their Pokémon are doing at their Core Training at any time from the main Super Training screen.
EVs can now be tracked by an Effort o Meter which shows the progress of the Pokémon and the amount in can still have
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