So, as of today, Pika-Fanon is making a move to ShoutWiki. Specifically, here. It's under development, but it should be up and working very soon and all of us can begin to transfer our articles! I hope you all will be up and ready to move.Read more >
So, this has been a long time coming, but, having finally finished most of the more important features of the first games of Generation VI, I feel, as founder of this wiki, that it is time to do an in-depth review of Pokémon X and Pokémon Y. If you do not yet have the game, or do not wish to be spoiled, go no further! For those who have, however, continue on; we have a lot to cover!
Behold! The Kalos Region!
I have to say, when these games were introduced in January, I wasn't too excited about the setting. No offense to anyone from, or who is particularly fond of the country Kalos was based on, but a region based on France doesn't, at first, sound all that appealing. But, I will admit, as releases came out, and then, of course, the fateful fir…
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So, we are literally ten days (nine if you're on the other half of the world, I think) away from the release of Pokémon X and Y, and let's face it, we all are hyped. Canada and Italy, a little too much so, because apparently they released the game in stores yesterday. 11 days early. But that's not the subject of this blog.
Say hello to this sexy bastard, Mega Charizard X. That's right. X. Charizard, like Mewtwo, has two Mega forms, Mega Charizard Y, the one we've seen before, and Mega Charizard X. The beauty of it? This sexy bastard is part Dragon. You heard right. After 17 years, Charizard now finally has the Dragon typing it should have had in the original games. Here's the official trailer:
Now let's talk specifics.
Mega Charizard's sca…
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I personally like Bulbapedia more than the Pokémon 'pedia based on this Wikia, so I create three link templates to go to Bulbapedia. They are
Template:Bu(for general articles),
Template:Bp(for species of pokémon), and
Template:Bm(for pokémon moves). If the name of the article has more than one word, you need to use the underscore
_to connect the words, then use the straight line
|to divide it from the rewritten name. For example, if you want to link to the move Iron Tail, you would put
and that would yield . I'm seeing if I can adjust the template to recognize multi-worded article names. If anyone has any questions about the use of the templates, say so in a comment.
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That is all.