‘Pokemon X And Y’ Fossil Type Revealed

Pokemon X and Y Fossil type Pokemon have been revealed.

Following the reveal of the dinosaur-esque Aurorus, as previously reported by The Inquisitr, you knew there had to be others of its type in the new Kalos Region.

But first, here is a quick recap of the big news on the Pokemon X and Y front.

The Kalos Region is based on France, including even a monument that mirrors the Eiffel Tower in location and size. The latest generation of Pokemon takes place in a fully 3D world, which was painstakingly rendered to reflect the 2D animation of previous games.

Pokemon X and Y is introducing Mega Evolutions for selected Pokemon, even bringing back the generation one starters to give them the new forms. Mega Stones for each one will be required in order to activate these evolutions.

New types of Pokemon have been introduced alongside Pokemon X and Y‘s Fossil type, such as Fairy type, Dragon type, and Flying type. The X and Y in the title refer to new Legendary Pokemon, Xerneas and Yveltal, and a Z Pokemon has been confirmed, possibly referring to Norse mythology surrounding the tree Yggdrasil. MewTwo will also have a Legendary form.

Certain areas in Kalos Region will feature exclusive Pokemon for those places, such as some Water types which can only be fought in the water, and so on.

It is unknown if it applies to Pokemon X and Y‘s Fossil type and other odd pocket monsters, but you can also use a pet-style interface to play with your Pokemon between battles, or just revel in the cuteness of the little dickens.

The new Fossil type Pokemon include Tyrunt and Amaura. Tyrunt is a Rock/Dragon type restored from the Jaw fossil, which evolves into the somewhat scarier-looking Tyrantrum. Both forms use the Strong Jaw ability and its accompanying Crunch attack.

Amaura is a Rock/Ice type Pokemon restored from the Sail Fossil, which evolves into Aurorus, and uses the Refrigerate ability. It also turns normal moves into Ice attacks.

What do you think of the new Fossil types from Pokemon X and Y?