Mega Mewtwo Y vs. Mega Lucario.

Pidgeot Mega Evolving into Mega Pidgeot

Mega Evolution (メガ進化(しんか) Mega Shinka) is a concept introduced in Generation VI. It consists of certain Pokémon gaining an ultimate form of themselves. The Pokémon need special Mega Stones in order to evolve into their final form for one-evolution/branch evolution families and ultimate forms for two-evolution families. Also, Pokémon can only gain their ultimate form by using a Mega Stone unique to their species. For example, to evolve Blaziken into Mega Blaziken, Blaziken must be holding the Mega Stone, Blazikenite.

Mega Evolution does more than just change a Pokémon's appearance: it also changes their types, ability and stats. An example is Ampharos, which, after Mega Evolution, becomes an Electric/Dragon-type Pokémon. But some Pokémon, like Aggron, lose a type after Mega Evolution, going from a Steel/Rock-type Pokémon to a just pure Steel-type Pokémon.

Mega Evolution is only possible during a battle or contest. After the battle/contest ends, the Pokémon will revert into their normal forms. Thus, it is a Temporary Evolution. You are limited to having only one Mega Evolution in a battle. Each individual Mega Stone can be used an infinite number of times, but only once per battle.

The Mega Evolutions are, in fact, their own species of Pokémon, as seen by the statement that accompanied Mega Mewtwo Y's original reveal which called it "a new Pokémon related to Mewtwo" and also Red stating in Pokémon Origins that Charizard has "evolved even further!"

In Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, it is revealed that Mega Evolution is a very dangerous form of evolution and that it is painful to the Pokémon undergoing through that Evolution.

Pokémon Capable of Mega Evolving

Introduced in X and Y

28 Mega Evolutions were introduced in Pokémon X and Y.

Pokémon Mega Evolution Characteristics that change when Mega Evolving
003Venusaur Pokémon HOME.png
Venusaur
Type Grass.gifType Poison.gif
003Venusaur Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Venusaur
Type Grass.gifType Poison.gif
Ability: Thick Fat
PS: +0 Speed: +0
Attack: +18 Defense: +40
Sp. Attack: +22 Sp. Defense: +20
006Charizard Pokémon HOME.png
Charizard
Type Fire.gifType Flying.gif
006Charizard Mega X Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Charizard X
Type Fire.gifType Dragon.gif
Ability: Tough Claws
PS: +0 Speed: +0
Attack: +46 Defense: +33
Sp. Attack: +21 Sp. Defense: +0
006Charizard Mega Y Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Charizard Y
Type Fire.gifType Flying.gif
Ability: Drought
PS: +0 Speed: +0
Attack: +20 Defense: +0
Sp. Attack: +50 Sp. Defense: +30
009Blastoise Pokémon HOME.png
Blastoise
Type Water.gif
009Blastoise Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Blastoise
Type Water.gif
Ability: Mega Launcher
PS: +0 Speed: +0
Attack: +20 Defense: +20
Sp. Attack: +50 Sp. Defense: +10
065Alakazam Pokémon HOME.png
Alakazam
Type Psychic.gif
065Alakazam Mega Pokémon HOME.png

Mega Alakazam
Type Psychic.gif
Ability: Trace
PS: +0 Speed: +30
Attack: +0 Defense: +20
Sp. Attack: +40 Sp. Defense: +10
(+0 in Generation VI)
094Gengar Pokémon HOME.png
Gengar
Type Ghost.gifType Poison.gif
094Gengar Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Gengar
Type Ghost.gifType Poison.gif
Ability: Shadow Tag
PS: +0 Speed: +20
Attack: +0 Defense: +20
Sp. Attack: +40 Sp. Defense: +20
115Kangaskhan Pokémon HOME.png
Kangaskhan
Type Normal.gif
115Kangaskhan Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Kangaskhan
Type Normal.gif
Ability: Parental Bond
PS: +0 Speed: +10
Attack: +30 Defense: +20
Sp. Attack: +20 Sp. Defense: +20
127Pinsir Pokémon HOME.png
Pinsir
Type Bug.gif
127Pinsir Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Pinsir
Type Bug.gifType Flying.gif
Ability: Aerilate
PS: +0 Speed: +20
Attack: +30 Defense: +20
Sp. Attack: +10 Sp. Defense: +20
130Gyarados Pokémon HOME.png
Gyarados
Type Water.gifType Flying.gif
130Gyarados Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Gyarados
Type Water.gifType Dark.gif
Ability: Mold Breaker
PS: +0 Speed: +0
Attack: +30 Defense: +30
Sp. Attack: +10 Sp. Defense: +30
142Aerodactyl Pokémon HOME.png
Aerodactyl
Type Rock.gifType Flying.gif
142Aerodactyl Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Aerodactyl
Type Rock.gifType Flying.gif
Ability: Tough Claws
PS: +0 Speed: +20
Attack: +30 Defense: +20
Sp. Attack: +10 Sp. Defense: +20
150Mewtwo Pokémon HOME.png
Mewtwo
Type Psychic.gif
150Mewtwo Mega X Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Mewtwo X
Type Psychic.gifType Fighting.gif
Ability: Steadfast
PS: +0 Speed: +0
Attack: +80 Defense: +10
Sp. Attack: +0 Sp. Defense: +10
150Mewtwo Mega Y Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Mewtwo Y
Type Psychic.gif
Ability: Insomnia
PS: +0 Speed: +10
Attack: +40 Defense: -20
Sp. Attack: +40 Sp. Defense: +30
181Ampharos Pokémon HOME.png
Ampharos
Type Electric.gif
181Ampharos Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Ampharos
Type Electric.gifType Dragon.gif
Ability: Mold Breaker
PS: +0 Speed: -10
Attack: +20 Defense: +20
Sp. Attack: +50 Sp. Defense: +20
212Scizor Pokémon HOME.png
Scizor
Type Bug.gifType Steel.gif
212Scizor Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Scizor
Type Bug.gifType Steel.gif
Ability: Technician
PS: +0 Speed: +10
Attack: +20 Defense: +40
Sp. Attack: +10 Sp. Defense: +20
214Heracross Pokémon HOME.png
Heracross
Type Bug.gifType Fighting.gif
214Heracross Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Heracross
Type Bug.gifType Fighting.gif
Ability: Skill Link
PS: +0 Speed: -10
Attack: +60 Defense: +40
Sp. Attack: +0 Sp. Defense: +10
229Houndoom Pokémon HOME.png
Houndoom
Type Dark.gifType Fire.gif
229Houndoom Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Houndoom
Type Dark.gifType Fire.gif
Ability: Solar Power
PS: +0 Speed: +20
Attack: +0 Defense: +40
Sp. Attack: +30 Sp. Defense: +10
248Tyranitar Pokémon HOME.png
Tyranitar
Type Rock.gifType Dark.gif
248Tyranitar Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Tyranitar
Type Rock.gifType Dark.gif
Ability: Sand Stream
PS: +0 Speed: +10
Attack: +30 Defense: +40
Sp. Attack: +0 Sp. Defense: +20
257Blaziken Pokémon HOME.png
Blaziken
Type Fire.gifType Fighting.gif
257Blaziken Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Blaziken
Type Fire.gifType Fighting.gif
Ability: Speed Boost
PS: +0 Speed: +20
Attack: +40 Defense: +10
Sp. Attack: +20 Sp. Defense: +10
282Gardevoir Pokémon HOME.png
Gardevoir
Type Psychic.gifType Fairy.gif
282Gardevoir Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Gardevoir
Type Psychic.gifType Fairy.gif
Ability: Pixilate
PS: +0 Speed: +20
Attack: +20 Defense: +0
Sp. Attack: +40 Sp. Defense: +20
303Mawile Pokémon HOME.png
Mawile
Type Steel.gifType Fairy.gif
303Mawile Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Mawile
Type Steel.gifType Fairy.gif
Ability: Huge Power
PS: +0 Speed: +0
Attack: +20 Defense: +40
Sp. Attack: +0 Sp. Defense: +40
306Aggron Mega Pokémon HOMEE.png
Aggron
Type Steel.gifType Rock.gif
306Aggron Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Aggron
Type Steel.gif
Ability: Filter
PS: +0 Speed: +0
Attack: +30 Defense: +50
Sp. Attack: +0 Sp. Defense: +20
308Medicham Pokémon HOME.png
Medicham
Type Fighting.gifType Psychic.gif
308Medicham Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Medicham
Type Fighting.gifType Psychic.gif
Ability: Pure Power
PS: +0 Speed: +20
Attack: +40 Defense: +10
Sp. Attack: +20 Sp. Defense: +10
310Manectric Pokémon HOME.png
Manectric
Type Electric.gif
310Manectric Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Manectric
Type Electric.gif
Ability: Intimidate
PS: +0 Speed: +30
Attack: +0 Defense: +20
Sp. Attack: +30 Sp. Defense: +20
354Banette Pokémon HOME.png
Banette
Type Ghost.gif
354Banette Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Banette
Type Ghost.gif
Ability: Prankster
PS: +0 Speed: +10
Attack: +50 Defense: +10
Sp. Attack: +10 Sp. Defense: +20
359Absol Pokémon HOME.png
Absol
Type Dark.gif
359Absol Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Absol
Type Dark.gif
Ability: Magic Bounce
PS: +0 Speed: +40
Attack: +20 Defense: +0
Sp. Attack: +40 Sp. Defense: +0
445Garchomp Pokémon HOME.png
Garchomp
Type Dragon.gifType Ground.gif
445Garchomp Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Garchomp
Type Dragon.gifType Ground.gif
Ability: Sand Force
PS: +0 Speed: -10
Attack: +40 Defense: +20
Sp. Attack: +40 Sp. Defense: +10
448Lucario Pokémon HOME.png
Lucario
Type Fighting.gifType Steel.gif
448Lucario Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Lucario
Type Fighting.gifType Steel.gif
Ability: Adaptability
PS: +0 Speed: +22
Attack: +35 Defense: +18
Sp. Attack: +25 Sp. Defense: +0
460Abomasnow Pokémon HOME.png
Abomasnow
Type Grass.gifType Ice.gif
460Abomasnow Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Abomasnow
Type Grass.gifType Ice.gif
Ability: Snow Warning
PS: +0 Speed: -30
Attack: +40 Defense: +30
Sp. Attack: +40 Sp. Defense: +20

Introduced in Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire

20 Mega Evolutions were introduced for Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire.

Pokémon Mega Evolution Characteristics that change when Mega Evolving
015Beedrill Pokémon HOME.png
Beedrill
Type Bug.gifType Poison.gif
015Beedrill Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Beedrill
Type Bug.gifType Poison.gif
Ability: Adaptability
PS: +0 Speed: +70
Attack: +60 Defense: +0
Sp. Attack: -30 Sp. Defense: +0
018Pidgeot Pokémon HOME.png
Pidgeot
Type Normal.gifType Flying.gif
018Pidgeot Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Pidgeot
Type Normal.gifType Flying.gif
Ability: No Guard
PS: +0 Speed: +20
Attack: +0 Defense: +5
Sp. Attack: +65 Sp. Defense: +10
080Slowbro Pokémon HOME.png
Slowbro
Type Water.gifType Psychic.gif
080Slowbro Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Slowbro
Type Water.gifType Psychic.gif
Ability: Shell Armor
PS: +0 Speed: +0
Attack: +0 Defense: +70
Sp. Attack: +30 Sp. Defense: +0
208Steelix Pokémon HOME.png
Steelix
Type Steel.gifType Ground.gif
208Steelix Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Steelix
Type Steel.gifType Ground.gif
Ability: Sand Force
PS: +0 Speed: +0
Attack: +40 Defense: +30
Sp. Attack: +0 Sp. Defense: +30
254Sceptile Pokémon HOME.png
Sceptile
Type Grass.gif
254Sceptile Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Sceptile
Type Grass.gifType Dragon.gif
Ability: Lightning Rod
PS: +0 Speed: +25
Attack: +25 Defense: +10
Sp. Attack: +40 Sp. Defense: +0
260Swampert Pokémon HOME.png
Swampert
Type Water.gifType Ground.gif
260Swampert Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Swampert
Type Water.gifType Ground.gif
Ability: Swift Swim
PS: +0 Speed: +10
Attack: +40 Defense: +20
Sp. Attack: +10 Sp. Defense: +20
302Sableye Pokémon HOME.png
Sableye
Type Dark.gifType Ghost.gif
302Sableye Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Sableye
Type Dark.gifType Ghost.gif
Ability: Magic Bounce
PS: +0 Speed: -30
Attack: +10 Defense: +50
Sp. Attack: +20 Sp. Defense: +50
319Sharpedo Pokémon HOME.png
Sharpedo
Type Water.gifType Dark.gif
319Sharpedo Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Sharpedo
Type Water.gifType Dark.gif
Ability: Strong Jaw
PS: +0 Speed: +10
Attack: +20 Defense: +30
Sp. Attack: +15 Sp. Defense: +25
323Camerupt Pokémon HOME.png
Camerupt
Type Fire.gifType Ground.gif
323Camerupt Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Camerupt
Type Fire.gifType Ground.gif
Ability: Sheer Force
PS: +0 Speed: -20
Attack: +20 Defense: +30
Sp. Attack: +40 Sp. Defense: +30
334Altaria Pokémon HOME.png
Altaria
Type Dragon.gifType Flying.gif
334Altaria Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Altaria
Type Dragon.gifType Fairy.gif
Ability: Pixilate
PS: +0 Speed: +0
Attack: +40 Defense: +20
Sp. Attack: +40 Sp. Defense: +0
362Glalie Pokémon HOME.png
Glalie
Type Ice.gif
362Glalie Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Glalie
Type Ice.gif
Ability: Refrigerate
PS: +0 Speed: +20
Attack: +40 Defense: +0
Sp. Attack: +40 Sp. Defense: +0
373Salamence Pokémon HOME.png
Salamence
Type Dragon.gifType Flying.gif
373Salamence Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Salamence
Type Dragon.gifType Flying.gif
Ability: Aerilate
PS: +0 Speed: +20
Attack: +10 Defense: +50
Sp. Attack: +10 Sp. Defense: +10
376Metagross Pokémon HOME.png
Metagross
Type Steel.gifType Psychic.gif
376Metagross Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Metagross
Type Steel.gifType Psychic.gif
Ability: Tough Claws
PS: +0 Speed: +40
Attack: +10 Defense: +20
Sp. Attack: +10 Sp. Defense: +20
380Latias Pokémon HOME.png
Latias
Type Dragon.gifType Psychic.gif
380Latias Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Latias[1]
Type Dragon.gifType Psychic.gif
Ability: Levitate
PS: +0 Speed: +0
Attack: +20 Defense: +30
Sp. Attack: +30 Sp. Defense: +20
381Latios Pokémon HOME.png
Latios
Type Dragon.gifType Psychic.gif
381Latios Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Latios[1]
Type Dragon.gifType Psychic.gif
Ability: Levitate
PS: +0 Speed: +0
Attack: +40 Defense: +20
Sp. Attack: +30 Sp. Defense: +10
384Rayquaza Pokémon HOME.png
Rayquaza
Type Dragon.gifType Flying.gif
384Rayquaza Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Rayquaza
Type Dragon.gifType Flying.gif
Ability: Delta Stream
PS: +0 Speed: +20
Attack: +30 Defense: +10
Sp. Attack: +30 Sp. Defense: +10
428Lopunny Pokémon HOME.png
Lopunny
Type Normal.gif
428Lopunny Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Lopunny
Type Normal.gifType Fighting.gif
Ability: Scrappy
PS: +0 Speed: +30
Attack: +60 Defense: +10
Sp. Attack: +0 Sp. Defense: +0
475Gallade Pokémon HOME.png
Gallade
Type Psychic.gifType Fighting.gif
475Gallade Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Gallade
Type Psychic.gifType Fighting.gif
Ability: Inner Focus
PS: +0 Speed: +30
Attack: +40 Defense: +30
Sp. Attack: +0 Sp. Defense: +0
531Audino Pokémon HOME.png
Audino
Type Normal.gif
531Audino Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Audino
Type Normal.gifType Fairy.gif
Ability: Healer
PS: +0 Speed: +0
Attack: +0 Defense: +40
Sp. Attack: +20 Sp. Defense: +40
719Diancie Pokémon HOME.png
Diancie
Type Rock.gifType Fairy.gif
719Diancie Mega Pokémon HOME.png
Mega Diancie
Type Rock.gifType Fairy.gif
Ability: Magic Bounce
PS: +0 Speed: +60
Attack: +60 Defense: -40
Sp. Attack: +60 Sp. Defense: -40

Anime

Main article: Pokémon: Mega Evolution Special I, and Pokémon: Mega Evolution Special II, and Pokémon: Mega Evolution Special III

In the special Mewtwo — Prologue to Awakening and the movie Genesect and the Legend Awakened, a Mewtwo appeared that has the power to mega evolve into its Mega Mewtwo Y form. At that time, that was Mewtwo's "Awakened" Form.

In the regular anime, in the first episode of the XY series, Kalos, Where Dreams and Adventures Begin!, a Mega Blaziken appeared, belonging to an unknown Trainer. It appeared again in Mega-Mega Meowth Madness!, and it was revealed that its Trainer is Meyer, the father of Clemont and Bonnie.

In the anime special, Pokémon Origins, in File 2 - Cubone, two strange stones are given to Red, not knowing what they were. In File 4 - Charizard, while trying to catch a Mewtwo, he discovered that the stones were a Key Stone and a Charizardite X, allowing his Charizard to Mega Evolve into Mega Charizard X, making him capable of catching Mewtwo.

The special Mega Evolution Special I is especially focused in Mega Evolution. First, we see a Mega Abomasnow battling a Mega Gyarados in the rain. After that, an introduction of all Mega Evolutions known at the time is given. The special is about Alain, who wants to discover the secret of Mega Evolution, battling each Trainer that can make their Pokémon Mega Evolve. First, he is battling Astrid with her Mega Absol. After an intense battle, he wins. Following, he goes and finds an Aerodactylite, and a character named Remo challenges him to a battle with his Mega Garchomp nicknamed "Garchoo" to reclaim the Mega Stone. Alain wins again with his Mega Charizard X, and following he challenges the Elite Four member Siebold. In the battle, Siebold uses his Mega Blastoise and wins.

Back to the regular anime, in the episode The Bonds of Evolution!, Ash and friends meet the Kalos Champion, Diantha, and they see her battle another Trainer using her Gardevoir with the capacity of Mega Evolving.

In the episode Mega Revelations!, Ash and friends meet Korrina and her Lucario, she explains that they're traveling to dominate Mega Evolution and then she joins them to travel. In the next episode, The Cave of Trials!, they meet Gurkinn, Korrina's grandfather. Both of them have a battle, using her Lucario and his Blaziken, respectively. The episode ends in Korrina's Lucario Mega Evolving. Unfortunately, in The Aura Storm!, when Lucario finally Mega Evolves, loses control of itself. Gurkinn then leaves them and tells her to train with her Mega Lucario. In the episode Calling from Beyond the Aura!, Korrina and Lucario train to dominate that Mega Lucario form, with no luck, Mega Lucario loses control once again. In the following episode, The Bonds of Mega Evolution!, Korrina meets Mabel and her Mawile. In that same episode, Korrina and Maple have a battle, Korrina Mega Evolves her Lucario, while Mabel her Mawile. During the battle, Mega Lucario loses again control, letting Mega Mawile win. In this episode, Korrina leaves the group.

The special Mega Evolution Special II continued with the story of Alain. The episode featured Mega Sceptile, Mega Swampert, Mega Blaziken, and Mega Metagross along with Steven Stone. Alain would eventually transition into the main anime, forming a rivalry with Ash and his special Greninja.

Trivia

  • Mew and Ditto can both take on the form of a Mega Evolution, but cannot Mega Evolve themselves.
  • Mewtwo and Charizard are the only Pokémon to have two Mega Evolutions. The different evolutions are obtained with version-exclusive Mega Stones - for example, Mewtwonite X can only be obtained in Pokémon X and causes Mewtwo to evolve into Mega Mewtwo X. The item can be traded between versions, however.
    • Mega Evolution (X version) brings an alteration to the Pokémon's typing while Mega Evolution (Y version) does not.
  • The Ralts family is currently the only one to have two Mega Evolutions that are a part of a family that branches off.
    • This causes Wally's Ralts to evolve into Gallade instead of Gardevoir (Gallade wasn't available in Gen. III).
  • Each Pokémon that Mega Evolves gains exactly 100 points in total statistics, with the exception of Alakazam, who only gains 90 points.
    • This was changed in Sun and Moon as Mega Alakazam's base Special Defense changes from 95 to 105, thus keeping the 100 point-increase consistent.
  • Mega Evolution was originally a transformation method, but the method was changed into an evolution method thought to be a transformation method.
    • Mega Evolution is a cross between Evolution and Forme Change.
  • Aggron is the only Pokémon to lose a type without any other replacing it after Mega Evolving.
    • Tyranitar, Medicham, and Abomasnow are the only Pokémon who retain their main Abilities after Mega Evolving. Scizor will do the same if it has Technician as its Ability.
    • Slowbro is the only Pokémon whose Mega Evolution alters less than 3 of its stats.
    • Aerodactyl is the only fossil Pokémon that can Mega Evolve.
    • Mega Mewtwo X has the largest stat boost of all Pokémon capable of Mega Evolution, with its Attack rising by 80 points.
      • Diancie has the sharpest drop in stats upon Mega Evolving, with its Defence and Sp.Def falling by 40 points each.
  • Rayquaza is the only Pokémon that doesn't need a Mega Stone to Mega Evolve. Instead, it has to learn the move Dragon Ascent and not holding a Z-Crystal.
    • Also, in the Delta Episode of Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire in the battle against Deoxys, it is the only Pokémon that is already Mega Evolved when a battle is started.
  • In the anime, Mewtwo, Rayquaza, Latias and Latios are able to Mega Evolve without Mega Stones.
  • Ash's Greninja is able to utilize a power similar to Mega Evolution without necessarily using it. This is called the Bond Phenomenon, a change of form that matches the power of Mega Evolution and doesn't need a Mega Stone.
    • Ash ends up in a rivalry with a transitioning Alain because of Greninja.
  • Even though multiple sources say that a large bond is required to Mega Evolve a Pokémon, in the games, no friendship or affection is required to Mega Evolve a Pokémon (even Pokémon that have just been caught can Mega Evolve).
  • As shown in the Pokédex entries for Pokémon Sun and Moon, Mega Evolution gives great pain to Pokémon like Gyarados, Sableye, and Aerodactyl, forcing them to become violent and even sometimes causing harm to them.
  • Currently, Mega Altaria is the only Pokémon with a Mega Evolution that has a unique type combination (Dragon/Fairy) which no other Pokémon has. Mega Sceptile also had a unique type combination until Alolan Exeggutor was introduced.
  • As shown with Korrina's Lucario, there are occasions where Mega evolution can easily take control of the Pokémon if they aren't fully trained in using the power.

Gallery


Anime


Origins


Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire Trailer


Generations

Notes

  1. ^ a b Mega Latias and Mega Latios were programmed in Pokémon X and Y before Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire came out, but couldn't be obtained by any legal method.


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