What to do in Pokemon X/Y?

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2014-04
  • RobotVulpix

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  • Prinny Brocka

    The Looker quest and Mega Stones are basically the endgame as far as standard RPG "go do stuff" is concerned. Here's other "endgame" stuff you can do with all in game areas unlocked:

    • Obtain all Kalos pokedex pokemon (save for the 2 legendary Birds not native to your region), then talk to the Director to receive 4 diplomas (one for each region, then)
    • Breed berries (mostly useful for breeding pokemon as they are useful in reseting IVs)
    • Breed pokemon and play other players online
    • Maximized "style" in Lumoise for a few perks and to get the final O power
    • Fight in the Battle Maison, alone or with friends. There are many items you can only buy with BP earned here (or, more slowly, at the Battle Institute).
    • Obtain all pokemon, but with Pokebank out only in Japan this is still a tall order (even compared to normal). Receiving all non-event-exclusive pokemon should give another diploma from the Director like previous game

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    What are the differences between Pokemon X and Pokemon Y?
  • Joe Cabezas

    I want to know what are the differences between version X and Y, like pokemons, places, items, megaevolutions, etc.


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  • shanodin

    Pokemon Exclusive to Version X

    • Mega Charizard X
    • Mega Mewtwo X
    • Staryu/Starmie
    • Pinsir
    • Houndour/Houndoom
    • Poochyena/Mightyena
    • Aron/Lairon/Aggron
    • Sawk
    • Swirlix/Slurpuff
    • Clauncher/Clawitzer
    • Xerneas

    Pokemon Exclusive to Version Y

    • Mega Charizard Y
    • Mega Mewtwo Y
    • Shellder/Cloyster
    • Heracross
    • Larvitar/Pupitar/Tyranitar
    • Electrike/Manectric
    • Purrloin/Liepard
    • Throh
    • Spritzee/Aromatisse
    • Skrelp/Dragalge
    • Yveltal

    Source - Serebii

    It's also been noted that there are minor story differences:

    Without giving away too much, both legendaries do end up having an impact on the story, so it's a matter of preference as to which one you want to see.

    Source: Shack News

    As always the main thing you should consider when choosing between Pokemon X and Pokemon Y is which version exclusive Pokemon appeal to you the most.

  • Bosspvz2

    The main Difference are the 2 main legendaries, Xerneas for X and Yveltal for Y. There are also differnt mega evolutions for certain ones, like Mega Charizard X, Mega Mewtwo X and Mega Tyranitar (to name a few) for only X, while Mega Charizard Y, Mega Mewtwo Y, and Mega Gengar(again, just to name a few) only for Y. Hope this helps. Oh, i have some more. Mega Aggron, Swirlix, Slurpuff can only be found in pokemon X. Spritzee and Aromatisse can only be found on Pokemon Y.