Meta Battle Subway PokeBase - Pokemon Q&A
0 votes
1,199 views

I'm doing my X Nuzlocke run and for kicks I decided to write down everything the man in Anistar City says about the myth of Xerneas.

>It happened about 800 years ago. The Pokémon known as Xerneas used it's shining horns to illuminate the lands of Kalos. At that very moment, people and Pokémon throughout the land felt great energy and vitality surge through their bodies. At the same time, a vast forest sprang up, with Xerneas at its center. Legend has it that, when it nears the end of its thousand-year lifespan, Xerneas releases its remaining energy, sharing it with all living things nearby. There's another story I know that talks about the appearance of just such a fortuitous Pokémon.

>Back 3,000 years ago, the Kalos region was engulfed in a terrible war. So the tale goes, a Pokémon came to the rescue of all the wounded Pokémon that had been caught up in the conflict. Some people expected the Pokémon that appeared was Xerneas, but there's no way to know. Maybe they just wished a Legendary Pokémon would come to brighten a tale of woe.

>Supposedly, after Xerneas released its remaining energy, it transformed into a dried-up tree. It remains in hiding deep within the forest. According to old tales, I say. Stories and tales.

But what does he say about Yveltal, in Pokémon Y?

asked by

1 Answer

0 votes
 
Best answer

>It happened about 800 years ago. The Pokémon known as Yveltal spread it's ominous wings, engulfing the lands of Kalos in darkness. At the moment, people and Pokemon throughout the land began to fall one by one. Yveltal let out a piercing cry and took to the sky, vanishing to an unknown location. Stories say the when it nears the end of its thousand-year life span, Yveltal absorbs the life force of the living things around it in order to charge its own energy. Another tale talks of the appearance of just such a terrifying Pokemon.

>Back 3,000 years ago, the Kalos region was engulfed in a terrible war. According to the stories, a Pokemon appeared ans stole the life force of countless living beings. Some people suspect the Pokemon that appeared was Yveltal, but there's no way to know. Maybe they're just using a legendary Pokemon as a metaphor for war and pestilence.

>In the tales, after Yveltal finished storing the energy it had absorbed, it transformed into a kind of cocoon, remaining in hiding deep in the mountains. According to old tales, as I say. Tales and stories.

That's what the man in Anistar City says about Yveltal in Pokemon Y.

Source: Just talked to him with my conveniently located right next to me copy of Pokemon Y.

answered by
selected by