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Pokémon XY Special: Strongest Mega Evolution III's Promo Streamed

posted on by Sarah Nelkin
New special starring Allen, Steven, Alder, more premieres this spring

The Pokémon Company began streaming the first promotional video for the Pocket Monsters XY Tokubetsu Hen: Saikyō Mega Shinka ~Act III~ (Pokémon XY Special: The Strongest Mega Evolution ~Act III~/Pokémon: Mega Evolution Special III) special on Wednesday.

Narrator: A story of Mega Evolutions. The stage moves to the Hoenn region.
Daigo (Steven): There's some kind of a connection between Rayquaza and the ruins!
Adeku (Alder): Don't separate from the champion.
Narrator: When the crimson supreme ruler of the earth and the king of the deep sea awaken, the Hoenn region will face its greatest threat. Pocket Monsters XY Tokubetsu Hen.
Adeku: Allen. If you wish to fulfill your ambitions, then become the strongest there ever was.

The third special is slated to air sometime this coming spring on TV Tokyo and its affiliates. The cast includes:

TV Tokyo describes the story of the first two acts:

Mega Evolution. A new evolutionary form introduced in the Kalos Region. Is it really possible for all Pokémon to undergo Mega Evolution? This story revolves around a young trainer named Allen and his partner Lizadon (Charizard). Allen's objective on his journey is to "defeat all Mega Evolution Pokémon and stand at the top of the strongest summit." Along their journey Allen and Charizard meet and battle with Mega Absol and Mega Gaburias (Mega Garchomp). Additionally, Allen will battle with ZUMI (Siebold), one of the Kalos Elite Four. Does Siebold also have a Mega Evolution Pokémon? Why is Allen so obsessed with Mega Evolution? And what is the real purpose of his journey?

The ongoing Pokémon XY television anime series normally airs on TV Tokyo in the 7:00 p.m. timeslot on Thursdays. The series began airing on Cartoon Network in January.


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