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They soon befriend four trainers—Shauna, Tierno, Trevor, and their rival Calem or Serena, [nb 1] —all of whom were called to meet Professor Sycamore who is the leading professor in the Kalos Region in Lumiose City, the main city of Kalos. Thereafter, they encounter Sina and Dexio, assistants of Sycamore, who brings them to the professor himself; however, once in Lumiose City they discover the area to be suffering from a partial power outage.
Upon meeting Sycamore in Lumiose City, the player is informed of Mega Evolution and he requests they travel across Kalos and uncover the mysteries behind it. Before leaving Lumiose City, the player encounters an imposing man named Lysandre who desires a more beautiful world. The Kalos Region was heavily inspired by France, with the main city—Lumiose City—being a representation of Paris pictured.
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The in-game city is crowned by the Prism Tower, a building inspired by the Eiffel Tower. Later encounters with Team Flare reveal their true goal to be the annihilation of humanity to return the world to a pristine, more beautiful state.
Defeating Korrina in a special Mega Evolution battle using Lucariothe player is given the ability to freely use Mega Evolution. The player then continues their journey, defeating Gym Leaders and stopping various schemes carried out by Team Flare. In the Lumiose Badlands, the player defeats Team Flare during their attempt to steal energy from the region's power plant and restores power to all of Lumiose City.
Once the player obtains their seventh badge, they, and the rest of Kalos, are addressed by Lysandre through the Holo Caster a holographic communication device ; Lysandre informs them of the fact that he is the leader of Team Flare and intends to destroy humanity.
Upon reaching the core of the weapon, the player discovers a dormant Xerneas or Yveltal which suddenly awakens with their appearance. With the defeat of Team Flare, the player resumes their journey and obtains their eighth and final Gym Badge, enabling them to challenge the Elite Four —the most powerful trainers in Kalos. Once they overcome the Elite Four, the player faces and defeats Champion Diantha, making the player the new Champion of Kalos.
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A parade is organised by Professor Sycamore to celebrate the player's role in saving the Kalos region and becoming the new champion. His Floette then returns to him and they are reunited for the first time in 3, years.
When it senses danger, it spews an acidic liquid from its mouth. It resides in forests and fields, and it often hides in trees or grass if threatened. Its tough armor protects its entire body. It flies around at high speed, jabbing foes with its lances. Escavalier is probably based on the Drilus Olivier, genus, with references to a jousting knight.
Drilus larvae are known for eating snails and stealing their shells, explaining why it attacks Shelmet and takes its shell to evolve into Karrablast. Tenthredinidae Weedle evolves to Kakuna and then to Beedrillincl. It has a conical venomous stinger on its head and a barbed one on its tail to fend off enemies. Weedle can be found in forests and usually hides in grass, bushes, and under the leaves it eats. The only larvae which feed directly off leaves are those of sawflies. Although Kakuna is the pupa stage of a Hymenoptera, it showcases a silky cocoon, a feature usually found in Lepidoptera and only some Hymenoptera, like sawflies.
Its forelegs are tipped with long, conical stingers. It stands on its other two legs, which are long, segmented, and insectoid in shape. Beedrill has two pairs of rounded, veined wings, and another stinger on its yellow-and-black striped abdomen. Apidae Combee evolves to Vespiquenfemale. Female Combee have a red spot on the forehead. The sex ratio of Combee is Combee can fly with its two wings as long as the top two bees coordinate their flapping.
They gather honey, sleep, or protect the queen. Combee is based on a mix of bees and their larvae living in honeycombs. Bees arrange their honeycombs in a vertical manner, whereas wasps arrange them horizontally. In the hive of the real-world honey bee Apis mellifera Linneaus,there is usually one queen bee and up to So, the sex ratio of Combee does not reflect the ratio of female workers and male drones honey bees, but of the reproductive bees, the drones and the fertile queens.
The larger number of drones is needed, since each queen will often mate with 10—15 males before she starts a new hive. Underneath the expansive abdomen are honeycomb-like cells that serve as a nest for baby Combee. Vespiquen is the queen of a Combee hive, controlling it and protecting it, as well as giving birth to young Combee.
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It is territorial, lives in colonies and digs underground mazes. Durant grows steel armor to protect itself from predators. Durant is based on an ant, possibly the Argentine ant Linepithema humile Mayr,due to the jaw and their invasive behavior. Papilionidae Caterpie evolves to Metapod and then to Butterfree The appearance of Caterpie helps to startle predators; Caterpie is probably based on Papilio xuthus Linnaeus,the Asian swallowtail Fig.
The osmeterium is a unique feature of swallowtails. Caterpie will shed its skin many times before finally cocooning itself in thick silk.
Its primary diet are plants. Its crescent shape is based upon a Swallowtail chrysalis with a large nose-like protrusion and side protrusions resembling a Polydamas Swallowtail or Pipevine Swallowtail chrysalis genus Battus Scopoli, Although it is supposed to be a butterfly, it lacks the proboscis, which is typical of Lepidoptera, and presents teeth instead. Additionally, the body does not consist of the typical three segments of insects. Therefore, each stage seems to be based on a different species.
Larva of Papilio xuthus, with everted orange osmeterium. AlpsdakeWikimedia Commons. Geometridae and Arctiidae Venonat evolves to Venomoth Venonat has a round body covered in purple fur, which can release poison.
It feeds on small insects, the only Lepidoptera caterpillar which is known to feed on prey instead of leaves belong the genus Eupethecia Grote, Geometridae. However, Venonat does not resemble a caterpillar in general body shape or numbers of legs. It has two pairs of wings, which are covered in dust-like, purple scales, although the color varies depending on their toxic capability. Dark scales are poisonous, while lighter scales can cause paralysis.
These scales are released when Venomoth flutters its wings. The general appearance resembles species belonging to the Actiidae. There is no cocoon stage for this species it is doubtful whether both stages were based on the same real-life species.
Riodinidae Scatterbug evolves to Spewpa and then to Vivillon Similarly, the large white butterfly Pieris brassicae Linneaus, is known to throw up a fluid of semi-digested cabbage, which contains compounds that smell and taste unpleasant to predators, such as birds. Spewpa is based on a generic pupa of a moth or butterfly, probably a silkworm cocoon.
There is a total of 20 patterns known. It would be interesting to know whether they evolved due to allopatric speciation or if it is a case of mimicry. Psychidae Pineco evolves to Forretress It is based on a bagworm, the caterpillar stage of psychid Lepidoptera.
Bagworms cover themselves with a case the bag made of surrounding material. It lives in forests, attaching itself immovably to tree trunks. Forretrees is also based on a bagworm. Different bagworm species are adapted to their environment, to the plants they eat, and to the materials available for producing their case. Therefore, Pineco and Forretress are actually based on two different species, as they both are caterpillars.
Burmy evolves to Wormadamfemale or Mothimmale. It is based on a bagworm pupa, which will metamorphose into a winged moth if male, or wingless moth if female. Instead of gathering honey on its own, it raids the hives of Combee. Nymphalidae Wurmple evolves to Silcoon and then to Beautifly It can spit a white silk that turns gooey when exposed to air. Spikes or hairy appendages are common amongst nymphalid caterpillars.
Also, it has five pairs of legs, whereas insects are known to have only three pairs of legs. Silcoon also uses the silk to attach itself to tree branches.
Nymphalid cocoons are usually not woolly or hairy, but smooth. Beautifly has a long and curled black proboscis that it uses to drain body fluids from its prey. In the real world, Lepidoptera usually drink the nectar of flowers. One of the few exceptions are the species of the genus Calyptra Ochsenheimer,which pierce skin of animals and drink blood.
Saturniidae Wurmple evolves to Cascoon and then to Dustox It appears that Wurmple can evolve in two forms: Saturniid cocoons are usually covered in silk. It has a purple body, two pairs of tattered green wings, and — just like Beautifly — two pairs of legs.
Dustox is nocturnal and is instinctively drawn to light. Clearly, this is a moth. Larvesta evolves to Volcarona It has five red horns on the sides of its head, which it can use to spit fire as a defensive tactic to deter predators. Larvesta is based on a saturniid caterpillar.
It releases fiery scales from its wings. Just like Larvesta, Volcarona is based on a saturniid moth, likely the Atlas moth Attacus atlas Linneaus, Bombyliidae Cutiefly evolves to Ribombee Cutiefly appears to be based on the bee fly, specifically the species Anastoechus nitidulus Fabricius, Fig.
It is covered in fluffy yellow hair. Two wings nearly as large as its body sprout from its back. The wings are clear with three brown loop designs near the base. Its four thin limbs have bulbous hands or feet. Ribombee uses its fluffy hair to hold the pollen it collects from flowers.
It is based on a bee fly. Adult of Anastoechus nitidulus. It has four legs and two pairs of orange translucent wings. Buzzwole originates from the Ultra Desert dimension in Ultra Space.
It is based on a mosquito and may specifically derive inspiration from Aedes albopictus Skuse,which is an invasive species worldwide. Lepidoptera and Phasmatodea Families: Tortricidae, Hesperiidae, and Phylliidae Sewaddle evolves to Swadloon and then to Leavanny The leafy hood helps Sewaddle to hide from enemies. Sewaddle appears to be based on the caterpillar of the silver-spotted skipper Epargyreus clarus Cramer,which produce silk and fold leaves over themselves for shelter Fig.
It lives on the forest ground and feeds on fallen leaves. Swadloon appears to be based on the chrysalis of Epargyreus clarus. Epargyreus clarus fold leaves over themselves for shelter as they age and, when cocooning, eventually use silk to stick the leaves together and form its chrysalis. It also warms its eggs with fermenting fallen leaves. Leavanny has the features of several insects.
Primarily it appears to be a bipedal leaf-insect Phylliidae. Its general body structure is also similar to that of Choeradodis Serville, mantises, which also have laterally expanded thoraxes and abdomens.
Larva of Epargyreus clarus. Seth Ausubelimage retrieved from https: Many are depicted as bipedal e. The others belong to other arthropods groups, like Chelicerata, Crustacea, and Myriapoda. None of them are considered insects here. Celebi may resemble a bipedal somewhat anthropomorphic insectoid, but nothing of the lifestyle or beyond the vague appearance gives a clue to an insect.
Similarly, Pupitar, might look like a pupa of an insect.
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Is may look somewhat like an insect, even showing two pairs of wings and no legs at all. Similarly, those authors have classified Masquerain as a Lepidoptera, but here we treat is as a true bug Hemiptera. Lastly, Genesect resembles somewhat an ant covered by steel. Compared to the vertebrates birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, and fishesmany more insects live on earth 66, described species to about 1 million, respectively; Zhang, Conservation Letters 10 1: Michigan State University, East Lansing.
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