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Submitted by KimikoGaming 931d ago | opinion piece

Pokemon X and Y: Legendary Name Origins and Possible Future Legendaries

As a follow-up to the "Pokemon X and Y: The Legendary Pokemon are based on Norse Mythology" article I wrote, this article discusses possible Orgins of the names of the legendary Pokemon Xerneas and Yveltal. The article also talks about other possible legendaries associated with the Yggdrasil Norse myth and just other theories in general. (3DS, Pokemon X and Y)

exfatal  +   931d ago
this was a great read. very interesting
KimikoGaming  +   931d ago
Thank you. I'm glad you found it interesting :)
MelonSaurus  +   931d ago
Very good article. First in awhile that grabbed my attention the whole way through. Even went back to your original article and read through that.
Y_5150  +   931d ago
I read his original article a day or two ago, really good and this is good too! :)

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