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Generation VI

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** {{ga|Red}}, {{ga|Blue}}, the [[Kanto]] [[Gym Leaders]], and [[Lance]] do not appear.
* Generation VI is also the only generation that did not introduce:
** A pure {{type|Ground}} andor pure {{type|Electric}} Pokémon.
** A [[pseudo-legendary Pokémon]] with two [[type]]s.
** A new [[Gym Leader]] or [[Elite Four]] member specializing in {{type|Ghost}} Pokémon.
** A numbered [[water route]].
** A new move for every type that existed during that generation, as no {{type|Dragon}} [[move]]moves were introduced.
** A new move for every type that existed during that generation.
** A Pokémon that evolves by [[Friendship]] after its introduction.
{{bulbanews|No new Mega Evolution patch for X or Y players}}
*Generation VI is the first generation to introduce:
** New moves between games. Of the 62 moves introduced, four of them were introduced in {{g|Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire}} and are not programmed into {{g|X and Y}}. As a result, Pokémon in the former that know these moves cannot be traded to the latter.
* Generation VI leaves the most extra room in the PC if one captures exactly one of each species of Pokémon, with there being 930 spaces and 721 Pokémon.
* Generation VI is the only completed generation not to revisit its new region after the original paired games.
* Generation VI contains the core series games with the shortest English titles: {{pkmn2v2|X and |Y}} have one letter each.
* Generation VI is the first generation in which games were released on the same date worldwide.
 
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