By Michael Oleaga / ( | First Posted: Sep 14, 2013 12:33 PM EDT

Some of the scientists of Team Flare, the criminal organization of the Kalos region. (Photo : The Pokémon Company International)

Members of the villainous organization in "Pokémon X and Y" have been named ahead of the video games' worldwide release date of Oct. 12.

Team Flare Scientist Xerosic (Photo Credit: The Pokémon Company International)
Team Flare Scientist Xerosic (Photo Credit: The Pokémon Company International)

As Latinos Post reported, the criminal organization in the Kalos region is Team Flare. Information on the new villainous team has been scarce but the "fashionable" group is known to wear bright red clothing and were seen using a Houndour in a recent Pokémon trailer, likely signifying their specialty will be Fire-type Pokémon.

Names within Team Flare, however, have been confirmed. Five scientists of the criminal group were identified: The purple-haired woman is known as Celosia; the orange-haired woman is Aliana; Bryony is the female with green hair; and blue-haired Mable rounds out the last of the main women of Team Flare.

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Finally, Xerosic is the male scientist who can be identified with his red goggles and hair.

It is unknown if any of the five scientists are Team Flare's boss or if it's an unknown persona.

Team Flare's mission is also unknown.

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The latest information about Team Flare comes as The Pokémon Company International announced Mewtwo will have a second Mega Evolution known as Mega Mewtwo X.

As Latinos Post reported, Mewtwo is able to Mega Evolve by using the Mewtwonite X Mega Stone during a battle. As Mega Mewtwo X, the Genetic Pokémon's Special Attack is "greatly boosted," according to The Pokémon Company International. Mega Mewtwo X's Ability is Steadfast, which raises its Speed each time it flinches.

The "Pokémon X" and "Pokémon Y" video games will be released in North America, Europe, Japan and Australia on Oct. 12 for the Nintendo 3DS and the recently announced Nintendo 2DS. The games have a suggested retail price of $39.99, each. 


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