Pokemon X And Y Pokedex: Map Shows You Where To Catch 'Em All In The Kalos Region
By Staff Writer | November 19, 2013 11:19 AM EST
Now that Pokemon X and Y have been released, players are slowly dissecting the intricacies of the Kalos region and its Pokedex, and now a map will make it all a little easier.
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Recently, Reddit user Bobdor has compiled a Kalos region map which shows where to catch every single available Pokemon of the X and Y Pokedex.
According to Escapist Magazine, the map indicates how every Pokemon appears, whether through tall grass encounters, fishing, surfing, NPC interaction, or a "special" catch.
"If a Pokemon has the 'horde' symbol next to it, it doesn't mean that it ONLY comes in hordes. It just means that it DOES come in hordes," writes Bobdor to accompany the map.
"Also, if a Pokemon has any 'fishing' symbol next to it. I just put the easiest method for capture instead of listing all. For example if you can catch something with a good and super rod, I just put good because you don't NEED the super rod."
To download the map, click here.
As fans know, Pokemon X and Y offers a Pokedex larger than ever before, and is divided into the Central Kalos Pokedex, Coastal Kalos Pokedex, and Mountain Kalos Pokedex.
In total, players can obtain up to 450 different Pokemon, whether it is a new addition from the X and Y generation, or a classic Pokemon from earlier generations.
To get a complete list of the Kalos regional Pokedex, click here.
Hopefully now fans can accomplish the "gotta catch 'em all" mission a little easier in Pokemon X and Y.
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