Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl’s library could be hiding a Pokemon Legends: Arceus hint

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Pokémon Legends: Arceus teaser may be hiding in Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl.

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In the original games, the library in Canalew City is filled with myths from the Sinnoh region, including its legendary Pokémon, including Arceus himself. Those stories have been reintroduced in the recent Gen 4 remake, but according to IGN, a change may point to the next year’s historic free-world adaptation.

A book titled ‘The Sea’s Legend’ acknowledges that it has recently arrived in the library, and reads as follows:

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“Once upon a time in the East Sea, there was a Pokémon known as Prince. A brave human asked a sea-dwelling Pokémon to see the Prince. Mantike, Buzzel, and the Quillafish with giant spikes acknowledged the human’s bravery. and joined them. Together, they rode in a boat over the sunset-streaked sea, sailing through the sea gates spread over the waves. The news of this reached the ears of the prince, who braved the seaside hollow. Went for a small party.”

The story itself doesn’t reveal much, but it may offer up some small details about Pokémon Legends: Arceus. For one thing, none of the Pokémon games, including the new remake, feature a location called Seaside Hollow. For another, the title of prince may refer to the legendary Gen 4 Pokémon Manaphy, known as ‘Prince of the Sea’ in one of the Pokémon Ranger movies.

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Pokémon Legends: Arceus is likely to focus on the titular Pokémon divinity, but that’s not to say that other legendary Pokémon from the Sinnoh region won’t make their appearances, especially when you consider that the upcoming game is set in the region’s past. , This could mean that the events of Pokémon Legends will shape the stories players can read in Sinnoh’s library a few hundred years later.

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