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‘Pokemon X’ and ‘Pokemon Y’ publisher reveals background Diancie details

Xerneas and Yveltal in ‘Pokemon X’ and ‘Pokemon Y’
Xerneas and Yveltal in ‘Pokemon X’ and ‘Pokemon Y’
Photo courtesy of Nintendo, used with permission

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Background details have been revealed in regards to the upcoming “Pokemon X” and “Pokemon Y” distribution event pocket monster, Diancie. According to a report from on April 23, the forthcoming “Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction” animated movie is going to connect the creature to the one of the two legendary monsters, Xerneas. The main characters are also going to visit several areas that can’t be explored in the handheld role-playing games.

One of the areas is Diamond Ore Country, which located in an unspecified location deep underground. The entire country uses the Sacred Diamond as the main energy. However, the stone is getting close to the end of its lifespan with only Princess Diance being the only one that has the ability to create another diamond.

To do so, the pocket monster had to start a journey along with the regular crew from the animated series, such as Ash Ketchum and Pikachu, to gain the power to produce the Sacred Diamond. She will be guided along the way by the aura of Xerneas to visit the Alearth Woods, another new location that did not appear in “Pokemon X” and “Pokemon Y.” You can find an image featuring Xerneas, as well as Yveltal, from the official “Pokemon” Facebook page with the photo near the top of this article.

Nintendo previously confirmed that Diancie is going to be added to the cast of pocket monsters in “Pokemon X” and “Pokemon Y.” The creature can be obtained in Japan by buying a movie ticket for the “Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction” film. Although the North American branch of the company also confirmed that the creature can also be acquired in the west, the specifics of the giveaway have not yet been disclosed.

Nintendo has been using distribution events in various ways since “Pokemon X” and “Pokemon Y” came out last year on Oct. 12. One of the giveaways, Torchic, was made available for all players during the initial launch window. The other, Celebi, can still be obtained for players who used the “Pokemon Bank” cloud storage application from the eShop store.

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