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Effect of mega Evolution on the ability to use a Z-move
While a single Pokémon cannot hold two items at once, therefore it would make it impossible for a single Pokémon to both Mega Evolve and use a Z-Move, there is one exception to that rule. Rayquaza who is not required to have an item held for mega evolution since Rayquaza devoured the Mega Stone. Therefore, this leaves its item slot held open for a Z-Crystal. Mind you, my basis for this fact is based on my knowledge of Mega Stones in the XY games and my knowledge of Z-Crystals in the Sun/Moon games. I have not yet played Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon, nor have I obtained a Rayquaza in either Sun or Moon yet. ---- [[User:DarienLeonhart|DarienLeonhart]] ([[User talk:DarienLeonhart|talk]]) 12:02, 27 January 2019 (UTC)
:What? Both this page and Rayquaza's page explicitly state that it cannot Mega Evolve if it holds a Z-Crystal. [[User:Ataro|Ataro]] ([[User talk:Ataro|talk]]) 13:02, 27 January 2019 (UTC)
::Like I said, my knowledge may be a bit misinformed because, and I repeat, "I have not caught a Rayquaza in Sun or Moon and I have not played Ultra Sun or Ultra Moon" And again, this is a public editable forum where information is added/altered at anyone's whim. So unless the information is cited with a source link, I would find it hard to believe with out proof to back it up. While Bulbapedia (and other Fandom/Wikia sites) are good places for information... It don't mean a thing if the source isn't from a verifiable source and cited as such as well. For example, no citation at all could mean it's misinformation. Another example, while I won't use names, Other Fandom/Wikia, or other sites where information is edited/added by the public can not be valid sources. That means even Wikipedia, Serebi, and even the Pokémon Wikia are off limits as a source. ---- [[User:DarienLeonhart|DarienLeonhart]] ([[User talk:DarienLeonhart|talk]]) 13:54, 27 January 2019 (UTC)
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