Pokemon X and Y was an amazing game to say the least. The graphics were improved substantially, Lumiose City was beautiful, and Pokemon Amie was amazing! Not to mention Wonder Trade. Though with all the great things in Pokemon X/Y, there were bound to be some not-so-great things, and by some I mean A LOT. Allow me to elaborate. 1. Harder Gym Leaders! It's not the exp. share that makes these games easy. I went through and looked at the teams for some of the Gym Leaders in these games, and I discovered that most of the gym leaders had at least one Pokemon who only knew 3 moves. An example would be Korrina's Hawlucha, which only knows Hone Claws, Flying Press, and Power-up Punch. I don't think Flying Press affects Ghost types, so correct me if I'm wrong, but if you brought a ghost type into Korrina's Gym, the only thing she could touch you with is Rock Tomb. Although Ghost-Types are unobtainable as of this point in the game, Wonder Trade is a thing. Defeating this gym becomes an easy task with Wonder Trade, especially with the abundance of Honedge's in the circulation. Another example would be Wulfric's Abomasnow, which only knows Ice Beam, Ice Shard and Energy Ball. Here's a tip: if in SOME way you can't defeat this gym leader, bring a Steel-Type. You will be nearly untouchable. I expected the big bad Wulfric to be tough, you know with his size and his 8th-Gym-Leader title and all, but nope. Easily one of the easiest Gym Leaders of all time. 2. Harder Elite Four/Champion: Same applies. I don't like the idea of getting to chose what Elite Four member you battle, and I especially don't like the idea of members only having four Pokemon. Bring up the teams to five Pokemon again. It's not like they're having any trouble filling the fifth spot, especially with almost every Pokemon being in the game. Even if they were having trouble, they still shouldn't stop there. I mean, Flint had a Lopunny and a Drifblim. Last time I checked, those weren't Fire-Types. I'm ranting a bit here, but the point: is make these games a bit harder. The Champion is also a huge pushover. Sure the moves on Diantha's Pokemon are great, but her levels are a joke. Also, her Gorgeist has the ability Pickup. Pickup??? The Champion? Just why... I remember having to save my game before battling Cynthia, and then restarting to face her again. I didn't even have to restart once, nor did I have to use any revives when battling Diantha. And once the game is finished, you have your final battle against AZ, who uses level 50 Pokemon! You would think that after beating a team of level 60's, they would make the next battle harder. Besides that though, Diantha was a great Champion. Other Minor Changes: Multiple Save Slots Rematch Gym Leaders(Without Battle Chateau) Rematch Elite Four Less Rivals Less Legendaries/Legendary Forms Stop giving every Pokemon it's own signature move. It just needs to stop. It's not even special anymore. Less forms. Introduce more Pokemon! Travel multiple regions. Allow Pokemon to follow you. Only bring the same amount of Pokemon as the opponent into battle. Like the anime. And... bring back the Safari Zone. I mean the real Safari Zone, not the friend Safari. I don't hate Pokemon X and Y. I love it, in fact. It just wasn't as great as it could've been. It had a lot going for it, and still does, but the games are too easy. With these changes, Sun and Moon could be the game of the century.