Shouldn't we add the myth of Groudon and Kyogre that's on the official website?
Long, long ago, there appeared in Hoenn two Pokémon of fearsome power. These two became known, in later times, as Groudon and Kyogre. When Groudon howled, the earth swelled and the land grew wide. The sun blazed overhead, and all the world around the creature was enveloped in incandescent heat. When Kyogre roared, water poured forth and the seas spread outward. Dark clouds enshrouded the world, and the deluge fell upon all...It was a primal age, early in the world’s history. The natural world was overflowing with energy. That energy granted Groudon and Kyogre an overwhelming power. Seeking ever more of that energy for themselves, the two clashed again and again, and their battles cast the people and Pokémon of Hoenn into great danger. Brimming with the overwhelming power granted to them by nature’s energy, their transformation was named "Primal Reversion" by later people. And the people called their tormentors Primal Groudon and Primal Kyogre... Derpyderpy (talk) 15:18, 15 June 2014 (UTC)
In addition to that nice little myth up there, isn't it worth mentioning that Primal Reversion may have a connection to Mega Evolution (as stated by the press release)? I'd add it myself, but you lot have locked the page.--Darknesslover5000 (talk) 00:58, 16 June 2014 (UTC)
- New official names revealed for the abilities - Primordial Sea and Desolate Land. Changes need to be made. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HuaL_hMpPaM) Takkupanda (talk) 16:40, 12 September 2014 (UTC)
Primal Reversion details
How does Primal Reversion work? I think the page should have that info in it somewhere, like if Kyogre and Groudon need to hold their orbs for it to work. Voltdetector (talk) 05:36, 2 December 2014 (UTC)