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‘Pokemon X’ and ‘Pokemon Y’ Diancie mega evolution, Elite Four and more posted

‘Pokemon X’ and ‘Pokemon Y’ pocket monsters
‘Pokemon X’ and ‘Pokemon Y’ pocket monsters
Photo courtesy of Nintendo, used with permission

Additional Diancie details may have been revealed for “Pokemon X” and “Pokemon Y.” According to a report from Kpop Starz on April 17, Nintendo released a new trailer for the upcoming “Diancie & Cocoon of Destruction” animated movie. The pocket monster can be spotted doing some kind of special action, which some fans believed to be a process of mega evolving into a new temporary form.

The mega evolution element was added in “Pokemon X” and “Pokemon Y.” By holding a special stone during battle, select pocket monsters (such as Charizard, Mewtwo and more) are able to evolve into a more powerful entity. However, the transformation will revert back after the conclusion of the fight.

Diancie is suspected to be directly liked to the advent mega evolution. The stone on its ahead looks the same as the Anistar City Sundial found in “Pokemon X” and “Pokemon Y.” In both handheld role-playing games, players can use the location to upgrade the Mega Ring item, which is used to find the special stones needed for the temporary transformation. Other fans also suspect that the mega evolution form of Diancie can be spotted in the location where the Elite Four battles occur.

According to Poke Jungle, Japanese players will be able to acquire the pocket monster by purchasing a ticket to the aforementioned “Diancie & Cocoon of Destruction” film. The new creature is going to arrive at level 50 with the following moves: Diamond Storm, Moonblast, Reflect and Return. It will also be holding a Normal Gem item. Nintendo of America previously confirmed a distribution event for Diancie although the specifics of the giveaway have not yet been announced.

“Pokemon X” and “Pokemon Y” came out during the fall of 2013 exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS, becoming the fastest-selling games for the handheld system. Both titles have combined to sell over 12 million units across all regions so far. You can find a picture showing some of the pocket monsters introduced in the latest titles from the official “Pokemon” Facebook page with photo to the top of this article.