All posts tagged: Zygarde

From Z to Z – Pokemon Adds Some New Formes to its Numbers

What is it that Pokemon fans love and/or hate the most? What issue is it that divides the fandom into two distinct categories? New Pokemon. That’s right lovers and haters, as this train continues to speed on down the tracks it gathers no small amount of extra passengers But be you a stalwart supporter of numbers 1 through 151, or a catcher of those in the hundred beyond, know this, the Pokemon family has just gotten a little bigger…in some form at least. A few weeks ago, a CoroCoro article was released depicting a mysterious shadow, in no subtle terms hinted at being a new Pokemon (to nobody’s surprise). But what ho, through the mystical art of leaks, said shadow has been revealed in all its glory…along with a few tag alongs. Buried in the post-game of X and Y lies the (not surprising) Z; Zygarde. Serpentine dragon of nature, this powerful being is environmentalism incarnate. But there lies more to this creature than that. To be specific, the potential to transform, to power up …

A Brand-New Pokemon Has Finally Been Revealed But Not In The Way You Think

  Not too long ago, we here at SnapThirty brought you news of a mysterious new Pokemon teased in some early leaks of the latest CoroCoro magazine issue. This Pokemon, which many people consider to be an evolution of X and Y’s Zygarde, made it’s silhouetted debut in a quick trailer for the third Pokemon XY movie that played right after the Japanese screening of the latest Pokemon movie; Hoopa And The Clash Of Ages. Well, over the weekend, Japanese audiences got a chance to catch the new movie as well as the trailer for the upcoming film, which has yet to be named, but there was something even more interesting about it that goes very much beyond the gargantuan shadow monster shown in the leaked screenshots; a brand-new Pokemon. Serebii, the Pokemon-centric news site, have posted an interesting article regarding this new Pokemon that happens to contain sketches from one movie-goer that made sure to pay close attention to the little monster so that it’s image could be replicated and spread around the world …