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|Media Included||Nintendo 3DS Cartridge|
New and Returning Features
- Over 35 new Pokemon.
- Over 25 new Mega Evolutions.
- 5 new Legendary Pokemon.
- A brand-new plot and region.
- Two new types, the Light type and the Cosmic type.
- The PWT is once again challengeable.
- The Pokewalker is once again included with the game, now in the color of a Great Ball.
In the beginning of the game, the player wakes up in his/her house and goes downstairs. There, the player sees their father, his/her brother, and Professor Sycamore talking. Sycamore introduces himself and says he is in Ampardo to research newely discovered Pokemon. After requesting the player's and his/her brother's help, he gives him/her a Fennekin, a Chespin, or a Froakie. He gives the player's brother the Starter that is super effective toward the player's and sends them to Route 1. Your brother then challenges the player to a battle before heading off.
After the first Gym Leader is defeated, a mysterious man introduces himself as Yomino and challenges the player to a battle. After the battle, Yomino gives the player a Charmander, a Bulbasaur, or a Squirtle. Yomino then leaves with a kind farewell. Sycamore than arrives, surprised by the player's new Pokemon. He then gives him/her a Charizardite X/Y (player's choice), a Venusaurite Z, or a Blastoisite Z, then heads out to find Yomino.
After the third Gym Leader, Yomino is seen fighting two mysterious people. The people introduce themselves as New Team Flare Grunts and challenges the player and Yomino to a battle. The two Grunts are defeated and run off. Yomino thanks the player and tells him/her that he is grateful of his/her help. The player's brother than challenges him/her to another battle.
After the fifth Gym Leader, Sycamore, Yomino, and the player's father arrive and they all congratulate the player for making it more than halfway to the Pokemon League. Yomino then leaves after recieving news of New Team Flare stealing Pokemon from a Pokemon Center PC. When the player arrives, Yomino has not showed up. The player defeats the Grunts, and when the player leaves, he/she meets someone named AZ. After a quick battle, AZ gives the player an Eevee before walking away.
However, a massive earthquake occurs outside the city, breaking open the ground. A giant Pokemon named Zygarde crawls out of the ground, attacking the New Team Flare Grunts. Yomino, AZ, and the player go to calm the legendary Pokemon, but before they can, Zygarde is captured by a giant net attached to an airship. Before they go however, Zygarde sends a telepathic message to the player to complete his/her own dreams before challenging New Team Flare. AZ then says that Zygarde created the Mega Stones and that the player should follow the Pokemon's advice.
After defeating the seventh Gym Leader, Yomino appears on televisions and electric billboards all over the region and declares himself the New Team Flare Leader. Yomino then claims that innocent people shouldn't have to live with criminals and offers assistance towards anyone who wants entry to "a better life". After finding out where Yomino is hiding, the player and his/her brother travel to the New Team Flare Hideout and make their way though the facility. Yomino is in the center of the hideout and challenges the player to another battle. After being defeated, Yomino is arrested by the police. AZ then appears again, telling a basic summary about what Team Flare did three years ago before congratulating the player and saying that he/she reminds him of the Kalos region Champion.
After the eigth Gym Leader is defeated, the player begins a long climb up Victory Road. Professor Sycamore and the player's brother arrives. Sycamore congratulate the two before the player and his/her brother fight one last time before the player wins. The player then challenges the Elite Four.
After defeating the Elite Four, the player is about to meet the Champion when Yomino makes a surprise apperance. After a fight, Yomino reveals that he is not behind New Team Flare's ideals. A man named Xerosic appears, pronouncing himself the true New Team Flare Boss and explains he will exile criminals in the wilderness away from ordinary people. After offered an entry to "a new society", the player fights Xerosic and wins. Xerosic then reveals that the entire Pokemon League is being carried the New Team Flare airship to the New Team Flare HQ. There, the player learns Xerosic is draining the energy from Zygarde to power his machines. AZ then shows up, holding off Xerosic while the player frees Zygarde. After catching or defeating Zygarde, Xerosic defeats AZ before revealing that the one who requested him out of prison was in fact AZ, who felt Xerosic had a change in heart. He then goes to challenge the player to one last fight. The player wins and Xerosic and all the New Team Flare Grunts are taken into custody.
After challenging the Elite Four again, the Champion then reveals himself, turning out to be AZ. AZ then tells the player of his previous expierences before battling. After the player wins, AZ congratulates the player and walks them to the Hall of Fame with Professor Sycamore. After his player's Pokemon are recieved Ribbons, AZ then gives the player a Kalos Pass, where the player can travel to the Kalos region. A party is thrown in the player's hometown for becoming the new Champion, where Yomino appears once more to say goodbye, giving the player a Tepig, a Snivy, or an Oshawatt with an Embite, a Serperite, or a Samurite. The game then ends before going into the post-game.
See more at: Pokemon Z/Postgame Story.
The Light Type
The Light Type is a new type introduced in Pokemon Z. It is super effective agaisnt Dark, Poison, and Fairy types. However, it is weak to Water, Dark, Flying, and Electric types. Dragon and Light types resist Light type moves. It does not affect Fire, Grass, or Dragon types. The Light type is unaffected by Fairy types.
The Cosmic Type
The Cosmic Type is another new type introduced in Pokemon Z. It is super effective agaisnt Ground, Flying, Electric, and Light Types. The Cosmic Type is weak to Fairy, Dragon, Bug, Grass, and Steel types, which also resist the Cosmic Type. The Cosmic Type is unaffected by Flying types.
Other Type Adjustments
- The Bug-type has gained a resistance to Fairy-type and Poison-type moves.
- The Fairy-type is now weak to Flying-type moves and is now neutral to Bug-type moves.
- The Electric-type is now weak to Grass-type moves.
- The Dark-type is no longer immune to Psychic-type attacks, but now resists them.
- The Steel-type no longer resists Bug-type attacks.
|Name||Type||Evolution Level||Species||Pokedex Entry|
|Quillspik||Poison/Normal||N/A||Tiny Quill Pokemon||This small Pokemon shoots out its quills if it feels threatened. It grows back the spikes after a few minutes.|
|Quillhero (Evolves from Quillspik)||Poison/Light||26||Heroic Quill Pokemon||Quillhero shoots needles out of its arms to fend off intruders. It watches over its young intendly.|
|Trusk||Grass/Rock||N/A||Watching Pokemon||Trusk patrols the area before dozing off. It eats berries happily.|
|Tinkhorno (Evolves from Trusk)||Grass/Rock||14||Toppling Pokemon||Tinkhorno uses its tusk to topple trees. Its roars can be heard from over 50 feet.|
|Rhinusk (Evolves from Tinkhorno)||Grass/Rock||30||Terrorizing Pokemon||Rhinusk has a top speed of 45 miles per hour as it runs. Its strength outmatches an elephant.|
|Whiolf||Ice||N/A||Companion Pokemon||Whiolf watches over humans with keen eyes. It is said to protect them from dangerous animals.|
|Weresnolf (Evolves from Whiolf)||Ice/Cosmic||High friendship at night||Full Moon Pokemon||Weresnolf preys fields at night. It steals honey from beehives and howls at the full moon.|
|Hummingo||Flying||N/A||Hummingbird Pokemon||Hummingo saps nectar from flowers and delivers it to weak Pokemon in need.|
|Hummedator (Evolves from Hummingo)||Flying/Fighting||18||Fighting Bird Pokemon||Hummedator attacks evil humans. It has stopped a bank robbery once.|
|Cosineo||Cosmic||N/A||Far Out Pokemon||Cosineo was said to evolve from bacteria from a meteorite.|
|Cosneon (Evolves from Cosineo)||Cosmic/Fighting||22||Knock Out Pokemon||Cosneon levitates using its psychic powers. It is very skilled in fighting.|
|Pixagonal||Cosmic/Steel||N/A||8-Bit Pokemon||Pixagonal can slip into another dimension to avoid attacks.|
|Mayagonal||Cosmic/Steel||16||16-Bit Pokemon||Mayagonal sees the world in inverted colors. It can turn objects into pixels.|
|Skullagonal||Cosmic/Steel||32||64-Bit Pokemon||Skullagonal can flip from 2D to 3D. It can use that power as a visual illusion.|
Corromet uses its powers to take over a Pokemon's mind by attaching itself to their head.
|Abdufo (Evolves from Corromet)||Cosmic/Flying||30||Abduction Pokemon||Abdufo flies though the skies looking for weak-minded Pokemon. It is said to take them to a hidden lair.|
|Reptilen||Bug/Cosmic||N/A||Mysterious Lizard Pokemon||Reptilen's genes are similar to a geckos. It is a swift predator.|
|Prealien||Cosmic/Dark||N/A||Predator Pokemon||Prealien uses its keen sense of smell to find prey. It digs holes in the ground to trap other Pokemon.|
|Solion||Light/Cosmic||N/A||Solar Pokemon||Solion is said to contain fragments of a far away star's explosion.|
|Triheron||Rock/Fire||N/A||Small Trihorn Pokemon||Triheron lives deep in caves. It is said to sense danger.|
|Trismashon (Evolves from Triheron)||Rock/Fire||Given Tusk Fossil||Massive Trihorn Pokemon||Trismashon has a fiery temper. It launches fireballs out of holes in its scales.|
|Bulight||Light/Electric||N/A||Light Bulb Pokemon||Bulight generates light as it thinks. If it clears it mind, its light goes out.|
|Dumatight (Evolves from Bulight)||Light/Electric||30||Double Bright Pokemon||Dumatight has two brains, allowing it to relax for a short time. It can light up an entire house.|
|Lunasight (Evolves from Dunatight)||Light/Electric||50||Eclipse Pokemon||The light Lunasight emits can glow bright enough to temporarily blind a foe. It can be used to help those lost in a forest.|
|Unirin||Ghost/Light||N/A||Ancient Statue Pokemon||This Pokemon is found in ancient temples. It is said to be a possesed statue.|
|Dedenill (Evolves from Dedenne)||Electric/Fairy||25||Guardian Fairy Pokemon||Dedenill's shockwaves can paralyze rhinos. It is fly using magic.|
|Pachiquaker (Evolves from Pachirisu)||Electric/Ground||20||Shocking Quake Pokemon||Pachiquaker has two bushy tails it slams into the ground to create earthquakes.|
|Titanieon (Evolves from Eevee)||Steel||Given Titanium Orb||Titanium Pokemon||Titanieon is extremely sturdy. It however, is a little slow.|
|Drageon (Evolves from Eevee)||Dragon||Given Legendary Brick||Dragon Cat Pokemon||Drageon soars across the skies using its spiked wings.|
|Lileon (Evolves from Eevee)||Light||Given Glowing Medalion||Glowing Eye Pokemon||Lileon's eyes glow in total darkness. It brings happiness where it goes.|
|Alieon (Evolves from Eevee)||Cosmic||Given Cosmic Artifact||Cosmic Gene Pokemon||Alieon's genes allow it to turn invisible. It can levitate in the air.|
|Wastroot (Evolves from Muk)||Poison/Ground||50||Crop Killer Pokemon||Wastlind roots into the ground to secure itself in battle. However, it can destroy vegetation near itself by doing this.|
|Farninja'd (Evolves from Farfetch'd)||Flying/Light||28||Flying Ninja Pokemon||Farninja'd speed allows it pick up food right before other Pokemon can. It uses its two sticks to ward away predators.|
|Jynink (Evolves from Jynx)||Ice/Psychic||36||Psy Icicle Pokemon||Jynick can freeze anything with its fingers. It can see what happened in the past.|
|Kabuslizer (Evolves from Kabutops)||Water/Rock||40||Evolved Hunter Pokemon||Kabuslizer lives in caves near the shore. It can cut through titanium bars.|
|Omatank (Evolves from Omastar)||Water/Rock||40||Brute Force Pokemon||Omatank can survive a close-range explosion without a scratch.|
|Dariray (Evolves from Floette)||Fairy/Dark||Given Dark Stone||Depression Pokemon||This Pokemon brings depression as it goes. It can levitate in the air with dark magic.|
|Basquiller (Evolves from Basculin)||Water/Ground||30||Unmovable Pokemon||Once Basquiller attaches itself to the shore, it is too subborn to move. It shoots spikes on those who try to move it.|
|Drillant (Evolves from Durant)||Bug/Ground||34||Frenzy Drill Pokemon||Shedding its steel armor, Drillant digs into the ground to avoid Heatmor's fire attacks. It can use this to create earthquakes.|
|Pheondive (Evolves from Rapidash)||Fire/Fairy||55||Pegasus Pokemon||Pheondive can fly across the sky gracefully at a pace of 130 miles per hour. It rivals other fast flying Pokemon.|
|Mystitruction (Evolves from Dunsparce)||Fairy/Dragon||High friendship after Level 50||Awoken Pokemon||Having finally opened its eyes, this Pokemon's power is unchartable.|
|Solfloruite (Evolves from Sunflora)||Grass/Light||High friendship||Bloomed Pokemon||This Pokemon absorbs power from the sun and uses it in battles. It is a sound sleeper.|
|Luneion (Legendary)||Dark||N/A||Darkness Pokemon||Luneion is said to create the moon. It gifted humans with electricity.|
|Solheion (Legendary)||Light||N/A||Light Pokemon||Solheion was created when a piece of the sun crashed onto Earth.|
Dark/Light (Lunar Form)
Light/Dark (Solar Form)
|N/A||Undefined Pokemon||Dieion controls both darkness and light. It can see both the future and the past at once.|
|Hallowpump (Event Legendary)||Ghost/Grass||N/A||Pure Terror Pokemon||It is said to inspire the first jack o' lanturn. It controls spirits and absorbs their power.|
|Name||Type||Mega Stone||Mega Stone Location|
|Mega Chesnaught||Grass/Fighting||Chesnite||Given to the player or can be bought for $60,000|
|Mega Delphox||Fire/Psychic||Delphion||Given to the player or can be bought for $60,000|
|Mega Greninja||Water/Dark||Greninjeon||Given to the player or can be bought for $60,000|
|Mega Venusaur Z||Grass/Poison||Venusaurite Z||Given to the player or can be bought for $60,000|
|Mega Blastoise Z||Water/Steel||Blastoisinite Z||Given to the player or can be bought for $60,000|
|Mega Butterfree||Bug/Flying||Butterfrite||Route 3 (Needs Cut to be found)|
|Mega Heliolisk||Electric||Helioite||Route 9 (Needs Rock Smash to be found)|
|Mega Pangoro||Fighting/Dark||Pangite||Fighting Dojo (Needs a Pangoro in the players party to be found)|
|Mega Alakazam Z||Psychic/Steel||Alakazite Z||Mountain Peak|
|Mega Mightyena||Dark/Fighting||Mightyenon||Route 14|
|Mega Drimblim||Ghost/Flying||Drifbliminon||Ampardo Airport|
|Mega Bronzong||Ghost/Steel||Bronzonion||Eternal Island|
|Mega Yanmega||Bug/Dragon||Yanmegite||Glittering Palace|
|Mega Aegislash||Ghost/Steel||Aegislate||Redette Clock Tower|
|Mega Serperior||Grass/Light||Serperite||Given to the player|
|Mega Emboar||Fire/Ground||Embore||Given to the player|
|Mega Samurott||Water||Samurion||Given to the player|
|Mega Gyarados Z (Postgame)||Water/Dragon||Gyaradosite Z||Legendary Peaks (After Lysandre is defeated)|
|Mega Gengar Z (Postgame)||Ghost/Normal||Gengarite Z||Ampardo Victory Road|
|Mega Golem (Postgame)||Rock/Fire||Golemion||Magma Rock Cave|
|Mega Milotic (Postgame)||Water/Fairy||Milotite||Undersea Temple|
|Mega Ambipom (Postgame)||Normal/Fighting||Ambipite||Ancient Village|
|Mega Weavile (Postgame)||Ice/Dark||Weavite||Snow Cap Peak|
|Mega Claydol (Postgame)||Ground/Psychic||Claydoite||Sea Spirit's Den|
|Mega Primape (Postgame)||Fighting||Primeion||Connecting Cave|
|Mega Crobat (Postgame)||Flying/Poison||Crobite||Kalos Victory Road|
|Mega Golurk (Postgame)||Ground/Ghost||Golurite||Lumoise Station|
|Mega Florges (Postgame)||Fairy/Light||Floronin||Winding Woods|
|Mega Wailord (Postgame)||Water||Wailite||Tower of Mastery|
|Mega Magnezone (Postgame)||Electric/Steel||Magnezite||Ruined Team Flare HQ|
|Mega Skarmory (Postgame)||Flying/Steel||Skarmorite||Reflection Cave|
|Mega Dragonite (Postgame)||Dragon/Fairy||Dragonitenite||Geohenge Town|
|Mega Hydreigon (Postgame)||Dark/Dragon||Hydregite||Kalos Route 7|
|Mega Hallowpump (Postgame Event)||Grass/Ghost||Hallowpumpite||Ghost Ship|
|Mega Mewthree (Postgame)||Psychic/Electric||Mewthreenite||Laboratory Ruins|
|Mega Zygarde X (Postgame)||Dragon/Light||Zygardite X||Terminus Cave|
|Mega Zygarde Y (Postgame)||Dragon/Cosmic||Zygardite Y||Terminus Cave|
Mega Mewtwo Z (Postgame)
|Psychic/Dark||Mewtwonite Z||Mysterious Dungeon|
See more at: Pokemon Z/Pokedex and Lore.
New Battle Elements
|Name||Type||Power||PP||Description||Type of Attack||Signature Move|
|Salvage||Normal||0||10||The user's lost item in battle is gained back (Focus Sash, Berries, etc.).||N/A|
|Encouragement||Normal||0||10||All ally Pokemon's stats are boosted by 1 until the end of the turn.||N/A|
The move done before is repeated (If Fury Swipes landed three times had a critical hit, it would land three times and have a critical hit once again).
|Maelstrom||Water||45||10||The target becomes trapped in a whirlpool that continues for four turns.||Special|
|Flash Flood||Water||50||10||An inital surge of water hits all enemy Pokemon before bringing a Flood effect.||Special|
|Firecracker||Fire||60||20||A firework is fired at the foe, leaving a burn effect.||Special|
|Temper Flare||Fire||25-80||25||An attack that gains power the lower the user's health is.||Physical|
|Fire Tower||Fire||0||10||A wall of fire surrounds the user and its enemies. Physical attacks going through the wall has an 80% chance to burn the user.||N/A|
|Freeze Tower||Ice||0||10||Like Fire Tower, but can freeze instead of burn.||N/A|
|Icy Claymore||Ice||70||20||The target is hit with a giant sword made of packed ice. It has a 5% chance to freeze the foe.||Physical|
|Lightning Tower||Electric||0||10||Exactly like Fire Tower, but can paralyze instead of burn.||N/A|
|Thunder Sheet||Electric||0||10||A Thunderstorm effect is created.||N/A|
|Fuse Charge||Electric||0||10||The user's Special Attack and Attack are raised by 2, but the Special Defense, Defense, and Speed are decrased by 2.||N/A|
|Thunderstorm||Electric||0||5||Boosts the power of Electric-type moves for 5 turns. It also gives a Thunderstorm effect.||N/A|
|Spiked Club||Rock||65||20||A club is swung at the target.||Physical|
|Hammer Head||Ground||70||15||The target is hammered into the ground, prevented from switching out.||Physical|
|Poisoned Lance||Poison||75||20||The user rams into the target with a 20% chance to poison the target.||Physical|
|Pressure Punch||Fighting||90||10||The user punches a target's pressure point, dealing damage but increased their Attack and Special Attack by 1 stage.||Physical|
|Hive Mind||Bug||80||15||Tiny ants pop out of the ground and attack enemies (Up to 3).||Special|
|Devious Charge||Dark/Electric||85||15||The user releases a dark discharge with a 20% chance to paralze the target.||Special|
|Silver Spark||Electric/Steel||90||10||The user releases a giant silver flash, also releasing several bolts of electric power.||Special||Signature move of Magnezone|
|Wrecking Ball||Steel||85||15||A large ball is swung into the target, shattering shields.||Special|
|Black Magic||Fairy/Dark||75||15||A surge of dark magic is cast on the target.||Special|
|Time Travel||Cosmic||0||5||When used on itself or an ally, all status effects are removed.||N/A|
|Skill Swap||Cosmic||0||1||The moveset of the user and the target are swapped.||N/A|
|Transfer||Cosmic||10||15||Moves like Toxic Spikes and Sealth Rock are thrown to the target's side of the field. It also inflicts slight damage.||Special|
|Blazing Meteor||Cosmic/Fire||130||5||A meteor falls from the sky, smashing into enemies. However, the user's Defense and Special Defense are lowered by 2 stages.||Special|
|Holy Water||Light/Water||60||15||Holy Water deals damage and deals 1.5 damage to Dark-types (combined with the type advantage, it deals 2.5 damage).||Special|
|Solar Burst||Light||75||15||Deals damage and has a 15% chance of burning the target.||Special|
|United Blast||Light||30-75||10||The more Pokemon who are not fainted on the user's party, the more powerful the blast is.||Special|
|End of Days||Dragon/Light (Zygarde X)/Cosmic (Zygarde Y)||200||5||Zygarde crushes the target's mind with magic powers then slams them with energy beams. It makes Zygarde recharge the next two turns.||Special||Zygarde's Signiture Move|
|Sunlight Uppercut||Light||100||10||Dieion releases an uppercut powered by the sun.||Physical||Dieion's Signiture Move (Solar Form)|
|Moonlight Blast||Dark||100||10||Dieion sends explosions powered by the moon.||Special||Dieion's Signiture Move (Lunar Form)|
|Mind Slam||Psychic||110||5||Mewthree rattles the target's thoughts before tossing the target with telekinesis.||Special||Mewthree's Signiture Move|
|Horrifying Devastation||Ghost/Dark||100||10||Hallowpump shoots black flames out of its eyes before whipping the target with four spiked vines.||Physical||Hallowpump's Signiture Move|
|Supernova||The Pokemon detonates upon fainting.||Mega Golem, Electrode (New Hidden Ability)|
|Overload||Turn losses are now replaced with a small HP loss (Hyper Beam, Giga Impact, etc.).||Mega Golurk|
|Colossus||Halves damage taken by smaller Pokemon.||Archeops (Hidden Ability)|
|Fortified||Raises Defense when the Pokemon is hit by a physical attack.||Forretress, Mega Skarmory|
|Critical Cutter||Slash attacks are always critical.||Mega Sceptile|
|Rage Mode||Whenever the Pokemon is injured, its Attack stat is increased.||Mega Swampert|
|Mythical||This Pokemon is immune to Fairy-type moves.||Dariary, Mega Hydreigon|
|Blinding Aura||Powers up all Light-type moves.||Mega Zygarde X|
|Extraterrestrial Aura||Powers up all Cosmic-type moves.||Mega Zygarde Y|
|True Terror||All physical attacks||Hallowpump|
|Flood||During a Flood, all non-water type Pokemon take 1/16 of damage each turn, the power of Surf and Dive are doubled, and Electric attacks damage all Pokemon on the field, even the attacker.|
|Thunderstorm||This effect has lightning strike each Pokemon every turn, taking off 1/16 of their health. This doesn't effect Electric or Ground types and takes 1/12 of Water type Pokemon's health.|
See more at: Pokemon Z/Significant Trainers
Connectivity with Pokemon X and Pokemon Y
New Pokemon from Pokemon Z are transferrable to X and Y, being able to hold new items from Z, and vice verca. If Pokemon X data is found, Zygardite X can be found in Terminus Cave in Z, and Zygardite Y for Pokemon Y. If both are found, both stones are found.
50 (Draining Chamber)
Terminus Cave (if defeated)
|Xerneas (Postgame)||70||Legendary Peaks (Floor B10)|
|Yveltal (Postgame)||70||Legendary Peaks (Floor 10)|
Wild Encounter (1st Encounter)
Lost City (2nd Fight)
|Lunieon (Postgame)||60||Moon Chamber|
|Solherion (Postgame)||60||Sun Chamber|
|Dieion (Postgame)||65||Gray Chamber|
|Darkrai (Postgame)||70||Sea Spirit's Den|
|Giratina (Event)||50||Distortion World|
|Hallowpump (Event)||60||Ghost Ship|
|Volcanion (Event)||45||Kalos Power Plant|
|Mew (DLC)||30||Fairy Fields|
|Deoxys (DLC)||30||Meteor Mountain|
|Manaphy (DLC)||30||Ampardo Coastline|
Regular Super Training
Secret Super Training
|Rank||HP||Attack||Defense||Special Attack||Special Defense||Speed||Finale|
See more at: Pokemon Z/Soundtrack.
Credit (Author's Note)
I would like to give credit to Xous54 on DeviantART for making the image of Zygarde for the box art. Thank you.