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New Pokémon Dub names! :: Nieuws
Gemeld door Ledyba op do 14 feb 2013 22:39:20 UTC
Laatst bijgewerkt op do 14 feb 2013 22:50:28 UTC door Ledyba
Sectie: Main Games

For English, French and German. Plus more X/Y Footage.

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Following the reveal of Nifia it's English, French and German names have been shown whilst it's type is still a secret.

English - Sylveon
French - Nymphali
German - Feelinara

There's also some new in-game footage showing slightly more of the battle system, there's no music however. Either because GameFreak are going bold new directions on what expected from a video game music these days by not adding any music at all.. or they're still working on it.

More as we have it.

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Zoroarkmaster op vr 15 feb 2013 18:11:08 UTC.
sylveon looks pretty cool but i will probably just use its Japanese name ninfa or something.
THE ARBITER op vr 15 feb 2013 19:58:59 UTC.
I am guessing it is a flying type due to colorization and the way the ribbons flow
xWERWOLFDEATHBLADEx op wo 27 feb 2013 07:21:58 UTC.
I'm betting with a friend that it is not gonna be ghost. She thought ghost. I swear it CAN'T be ghost. So we made a deal... A shiny Pokemon.
xWERWOLFDEATHBLADEx op wo 27 feb 2013 07:22:28 UTC.
How could that sylveon... IT CAN'T BE GHOST
KattAttack op do 28 feb 2013 21:41:54 UTC.
Did you see the cards? Must be a new move...
Radioactive Rainbow op vr 01 mrt 2013 22:38:26 UTC.
Uh, are we forgetting Trump Card?
freddyeddy op za 02 mrt 2013 21:55:25 UTC.
Normal type evolution?
op do 21 mrt 2013 05:36:46 UTC.
Blast_Toys op za 20 apr 2013 23:02:24 UTC.
If it were normal, then it should look more like Eevee. Possibly a new type? They haven't added any types since Gen2.
EpicNinetales op vr 26 apr 2013 00:57:52 UTC.
It might be flying, because its name has Sylph in it. Sylphs are air elements.