The reveal of legendaries lends weight to a fan theory about the game’s theme.
After months of silence, it has been a great week for Pokemon Scarlet and Pokemon Purplesince on June 1 various details about the new Nintendo Switch titles were revealed, including here their Legendary Pokémon and its release date among many others, which gives rise to the next November 18th let’s enjoy the ninth generation in style.
Given this, it must be said that, among all the Pokémon confirmed for the Nintendo Switch titles, those that have attracted the most attention have been Miraidon and Koraidonwho are the legendary Pokémon that we will see on the covers of Purple and Scarlet respectively later this year and that, apparently, represent the different stages of time.
Koraidon and Miraidon would be the keys to understanding the concept that will govern the ninth generation
In order for you to understand this pretext, you should know that, from what has been seen, these Legendary Pokémon together with professors Albora and Turo would represent the past and the futuregiving rise to this fact that many have related this fact with the possibility of seeing regional forms of ancient and future Pokémonthis being something that would justify the fact that Hisui’s forms have already been seen in the game.
This is also because the terms Korai and Mirai can be translated as Old and Future respectively from Japanese, which in turn is reinforced by the aesthetics of the Legendary Pokémon, Koraidon being a more tribal pokemonwhile Miraidon is clearly more futuristic by even including turbines in its design.
To this would be added not only the appearance of the teachers, but also Albora / Sada comes from the past while Turo comes from the futurethis being also the basis that, according to fan theories, could be taken in the new generation mechanicswhich would be the equivalent of Dynamax and Megaevolution.
We will have to see what the future of the franchise titles is, although, in that sense, many fans are excited about the new content, resulting in a series of fanarts with the Shiny versions of Lechonk, as well as the design of Koraidon and Miraidon if they were human. For the rest, remember that Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Purple will be released on November 18 for Switch.
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