Pokemon X And Y Anime Featuring Clemont, Bonnie And Serena Confirmed By Pokemon Smash, New Character Diantha Introduced For 3DS Release
By Staff Writer | September 16, 2013 09:51 AM EDT
Pokemon X and Y is just around the corner, and more details about the anime have surfaced thanks to the latest Pokemon Smash.
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The variety show has revealed that the Pokemon X and Y anime, as hinted at by the latest CoroCoro scans, will feature X and Y gym leader Clemont.
It seems that like previous Pokemon anime seasons, the X and Y anime will draw on its video game inspiration and include characters like Clemont's sister Bonnie, Serena, and Viola.
Viola is the Santalune City gym leader and an avid photographer, while Serena will be a rival of sorts in Pokemon X and Y as your next-door neighbor.
In fact, it is possible that Clemont will become Ash's new traveling companion at some point in the anime, as seen by the Pokemon Smash clips!
In addition to these new characters joining Ash, Jessie, James, and Meowth will follow Ash to the Kalos region.
But through all this, a new character has also been introduced for Pokemon X and Y games.
Meet Diantha, a famous movie star!
"Diantha is a famous movie star beloved by everyone in the Kalos region. She's also a Pokémon Trainer who shows a lot of potential. She may even trade Pokémon with you sometime during your adventure!" says the official Pokemon X and Y website.
Will Diantha also show up in the Pokemon X and Y anime?
Watch the latest Pokemon Smash episode below if you'd like:
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