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PostSubject: Pokemon Clan   Sat Sep 04, 2010 11:38 pm

Well, since no-one's made it, I will ^_^

Basically here is the Pokemon Clan, where we basically only talk about Pokemon.

Yay, i'm finally getting around to editing this!
Here are a few god links to use:

www.pokejungle.net (Personal fave ^_^)
www.serebii.net (Good for Anime info and Game Info)
www.pokebeach.com (Good for TCG news)

Here is EVERYTHING!

HMS!

Well, we were all wondering what would be the outcome of our darling HMs . . . they were confirmed in at least one promotion trailer, but we didn't know which ones were in, since it has only shown Surf.

List:

Cut:
-Bah, I don't quite care for Cut, unless they boost it's power . . . >.> Unlikely, but maybe. I just hope it's actually USEFUL, since in older games it seems that after like Gym 2 there are no trees to cut . . .

Fly:
-We all knew it would be in the games, we can't deny it. It's probably my fave HM, apart from Surf, so i'm happy.

Surf:
-Yay, favourite HM! Well, it was confirmed to be in the games . . . yeah. And it's still a faceless blob you sit on the ride the waves it seems, sigh.

Strength:
-I'm indifferent about Strength . . . it's like Cut, in that it only appears in a few places, but they're always in the worst places, like really long caves where you don't bring an HM Slave since you want to level-grind your whole team . . . then it's like FFFFUUUUUUUUU!

Waterfall:
-It was basically confirmed. It's always been in the games, no matter what. It'll most likely be given before or after the 8th gym . . . and by before i mean JUST before.

Dive:
-Oh cool, Dive! Haven't seen this cool little move since Gen 3! I think this is why there's near to no water in isshu: There's like a whole underwater side to Isshu ^_^


The Isshu Region:

Well, this is one region which I believe will be the most promising one yet. From the Battle Subway to the Starting Town to the Tower of Heaven, it seems great!

Image (The one from the RPGland scans. Tried to find image of official in-game map, but i will edit this image when i do):
http://pokebeach.com/news/0610/nintendo ... hu-map.jpg

GYMS!:

Yay! We know all 8 gyms now, I knew it! ^_^
(Keep in mind this MIGHT not be the correct order . . . )

1: Dento, Poddo and Koon of Sayou City.
Type: Multi-type.
Team:
Poddo: Lv 12 Yorterrie.
Lv 14 Boappu.
Koon: Lv 12 Yorterrie.
Lv 14 Hiyappu.
Dento: Lv 12 Yorterrie.
Lv 14 Yanappu.
Badge: Tri Badge.
TM: TM83: Cheer up (Raises both ATK and SP.ATK)

2: Aloe of Shippou City.
Type: Normal.
Team:
Aloe: Lv 18 Haderia
Lv 20 Miruhoggu
Badge: Basic Badge.
TM: TM67: Get Even (Power of this move is raised if your partner in a double/triple battle was hit in the last turn)


3: Arti of Hiun City.
Type: Bug.
Team:
Arti: Lv 21 Hoiiga
Lv 21 Ishizumai
Lv 23 Hahakomori.
Badge: Beetle Badge.
TM: TM76: Bug Rebellion (hits both Pokemon on opposing side in a double battle).

4: Kamitsure of Raimon City
Type: Electric
Team:
Kamisture: Lv 25 Emonga
Lv 25 Emonga
Lv 27 Zebraika
Badge: Bolt Badge.
TM: TM72: Volt Charge (A special attack, base power: 70, accuracy: 100, and 20PP. Also allows the user to switch out instantly after that)

5: Yaakon of Hodomoe City
Type: Ground.
Team:
Yaakon: UNKNOWN.
Badge: Quake Badge.
TM: ???

6; Fuuro of Fukiyosa
Type: Flying.
Team:
Fuuro: Lv 33 Kokoromori
Lv 33 Kenhorou
Lv 35 Swana
Badge: Jet Badge.
TM: TM62: Acrobat (Allows user to hit Pokemon to far side of the opponent's side, previously impossible)


7: Hachike of Sekka City.
Type: Ice
Team:
Hachike: UNKNOWN.
Badge: Icicle Badge.
TM: ????

8: *SPOILERS ALERT! O.O* Iris/Shaga of Souryuu City
SHOCK HORROR: In Black you face Iris, but in White you face Shaga, an old man, who I think was shown in a trailer in the spiral tower along with Iris.
Type: Dragon.
Team:
Iris: UNKNOWN.
Shaga: UNKNOWN.
Badge: Legend badge.
TM: ???


ELITE FOUR:

Please do not read past this line if you do not want to be spoiled . . . this is major news.


E4 1: Shikimi.
Type: Ghost.
Team:
-Lv. 48 Desukan
-Lv 48 Burunkeru
-Lv 48 Goruggo
-Lb 50 Shanderaa

E4 2: Giima
Type: Dark (Really? T.T)
Team:
-Lv 48 Zuruzukin
-Lv 48 Warubiaru
-Lv 48 Leparudusu
-Lv 50 Kirikizan (Surprised he doesn't use a Zoroak)

E4 3: Katoreya (Very similar to Cattleya, AKA Caitlin from the Sinnoh BF)
Type; Psychic
Team:
-Lv 48 Rankurusu
-Lv 48 Musharna
-Lv 48 Shinbora
-Lv 50 Gochiruzeru

E4 4: Renbu.
Type: Fighting.
Team:
-Lv 48 Nageki
-Lv 48 Dageki
-Lv 48 Roopushin
-Lv 50 Kojondo.


CHAMPION!

This is MAJOR SPOILERS! O.O I was shocked and extremely shocked at the same time when I read this.

Champion: BELLE! (WTH! BELLE IS THE CHAMPION!)
Type: Multi-type.
Team:
-Lv 66 Muurando.
-Lv 66 Yanakii
-Lv 66 Musharna
-Lv 70 Enbouu.

Her team most likely changes depending on your starter . . . by that, I mean changed A LOT.




The New Pokemon:

Well, um . . . dear god . . . Pokexperto was right . . . and he's posted like 50 Pokemon O.O I'll be copying the new Pokemon by Dex number . . . copied from PokeBeach with some things copied from newer Tweets. I'm editing out descriptions of Pokemon already revealed through images.
Decided not to give the link. Just check Serebii's Pre-release New Pokemon Page for sprites.
I put a lot of work into this, and it's not going to waste!
I deleted the added info for most pokemon since it's unimportant now that we have sprites.
I have organized this by evolutionary line, with legendaries in one group at the bottom. This is for easier navigation.
Here is the list:

494/000 - Victini - Basic - Psychic/Fire

495/001 - Tsutarja - Basic - Grass
496/002 - Jyanobii - Stage 1 - Grass
497/003 - Jaroda - Stage 2 - Grass

498/004 - Pokabu - Basic - Fire
499/005 - Choabuu - Stage 1 - Fire/Fighting
500/006 - Enbuoo - Stage 2 - Fire/Fighting

501/007 - Mijumaru - Basic - Water
502/008 - Futachimaru - Stage 1 - Water
503/009 - Denkeni - Stage 2 - Water

504/010 - Minezumi - Basic - Normal
505/011 - Miruhoggu - Stage 1 - Normal

506/012 - Yorterrie - Basic - Normal.
507/013 - Haaderia - Stage 1 - Normal
508/014 - Murando - Stage 2 - Normal

509/015 - Choroneko - Basic - Dark.
510/016 - Reparudasu - Stage 1 - Dark

511/017 - Yanappu - Basic - Grass
512/018 - Yanaggi - Stage 1 - Grass

513/019 - Baoppu - Basic - Fire.
514/020 - Baokki - Stage 1 - Fire

515/021 - Hiyappu - Basic - Water.
516/022 - Hiyakkii - Stage 1 - Water

517/023 - Munna - Basic - Psychic
518/024 - Musharna - Stage 1 - Psychic

519/025 - Mamepato - Basic - Normal/Flying
520/026 - Hatoopoo - Stage 1 - Normal/Flying
521/027 - Kenhorou - Stage 2 - Normal/Flying

522/028 - Shimama - Basic - Electric
523/029 - Zebraika - Stage 1 - Electric

524/030 - Dangoro - Basic - Rock
525/031 - Gantoru - Stage 1 - Rock
526/032 - Gigaiasu - Stage 2 - Rock

527/033 - Koromori - Basic - Psychic/Flying
528/034 - Kokoromori - Stage 1 - Psychic/Flying

529/035 - Morguryuu - Basic - Ground
530/036 - Doryuuzu - Stage 1 - Ground/Steel

531/037 - Tabunne - Basic - Normal

532/038 - Dokkoraa - Basic - Fighting
533/039 - Dotetsukotsu - Stage 1 - Fighting
534/040 - Roopushin - Stage 2 - Fighting

535/041 - Otamaro - Basic - Water
536/042 - Gamagaru - Stage 1 - Water/Ground
537/043 - Gamegeroge - Stage 2 - Water/Ground

538/044 - Nageki - Basic - Fighting
539/045 - Daegki - Stage 1 - Fighting

540/046 - Kurumiru - Basic - Bug/Grass (BLACK EXCLUSIVE ((WHY? T.T)))
541/047 - Kurumayu - Stage 1 - Bug/Grass (BLACK EXCLUSIVE)
542/048 - Hahakomori - Stage 2 - Bug/Grass (BALCK EXCLUSIVE)

543/049 - Fushide - Basic - Bug/Poison (WHITE EXCLUSIVE (just . . . just no ._.)
544/050 - Hoiiga - Stage 1 - Bug/Poison (WHITE EXCLUSIVE)
545/051 - Pendoraa - Stage 2 - Bug/Poison (WHITE EXCLUSIVE)

546/052 - Monmen - Basic - Grass (BLACK EXCLUSIVE)
547/053 - Erefuun - Stage 1 - Grass (BLAKC EXCLUSIVE)

548/054 - Churine - Basic - Grass (WHITE EXCLUSIVE (Yay! ^_^) )
549/055 - Doredia - Stage 1 - Grass (WHITE EXCLUSIVE)

550/056 - Basurao - Basic - Water

551/057 - Meguroko - Basic - Ground/Dark
552/058 - Warubiru - Stage 1 - Ground/Dark
553/059 - Warubairu - Stage 2 - Ground/Dark

554/060 - Darumakka - Basic - Fire
555/061 - Hihidaruma - Stage 1 - Fire

556/062 - Marukachi - Basic - Grass

557/063 - Ishizumai - Basic - Bug/Rock
558/064 - Iwaparesu - Stage 1 - Bug/Rock

559/065 - Zuruggu - Basic - Dark/Fighting
560/066 - Zuruzikin - Stage 1 - Dark/Fighting

561/067 - Shinpora - Basic - Psychic/Flying

562/068 - Desumasu - Basic - Ghost
563/069 - Desukan - Stage 1 - Ghost.

564/070 - Purotooga - Basic - Water/Rock.
565/071 - Abagoora - Stage 1 - Water/Rock.

566/072 - Aaken - Basic - Rock/Flying.
567/074 - Aakeosu - Stage 1 - Rock/Flying.

568/075 - Yabukuron - Basic - Poison
569/076 - Dasutodasu - Stage 1 - Poison

571/077 - Zoroark - Stage 1 - Dark

572/078 - Chillarmy - Basic - Normal
573/079 - Chirachiino - Stage 1 - Normal

574/080 - Gochimu - Basic - Psychic
575/081 - Gochimiru - Stage 1 - Psychic
576/082 - Gochiruzeru - Stage 2 - Psychic

577/083 - Yuniran - Basic - Psychic
578/084 - Daburan - Stage 1 - Psychic
579/085 - Rankurusu - Stage 2 - Psychic

580/086 - Koaruhii - Basic - Water/Flying
581/087 - Swana - Stage 1 - Water/Flying

582/088 - Banipucchi - Basic - Ice
583/089 - Baniricchi - Stage 1 - Ice
584/090 - Baibanira - Stage 2 - Ice

585/091 - Shikijika - Basic - Normal/Grass
586/092 - Mebukijika - Stage 1 - Normal/Grass

587/093 - Emonga - Basic - Electric/Flying

588/094 - Kapurumo - Basic - Bug.
589/095 - Shubarugo - Stage 1 - Bug/Steel

590/096 - Tamagetake - Basic - Grass/Poison.
591/097 - Morobareru - Stage 1 - Grass/Poison

592/098 - Pururiru - Basic - Water/Ghost
593/099 - Burunkeru - Stage 1 - Water/Ghost

594/100 - Mamanbou - Basic - Water

595/101 - Bachuru - Basic - Bug/Electric
596/102 - Denchura - Stage 1 - Bug/Electric

597/103 - Tesshido - Basic - Grass/Steel
598/104 - Nattorel - Stage 1 - Grass/Steel

599/105 - Gear - Basic - Steel
600/106 - Gigear - Stage 1 - Steel
601/107 - Gigigear - Stage 2 - Steel

602/108 -Shibishirasu - Basic - Electric
603/109 - Shibibiiru - Stage 1 - Electric
604/110 - Shibirudon - Stage 2 - Electric

605/111 - Riguree - Basic - Psychic
606/112 - Oobemu - Stage 1 - Psychic

607/113 - Hitomoshi - Basic - Fire/Ghost
608/114 - Ranpuraa - Stage 1 - Fire/Ghost
609/115 - Shanderaa - Stage 2 - Fire/Ghost

610/116 - Kibago - Basic - Dragon
611/117 - Onondo - Stage 1 - Dragon
612/118 - Ononokusu - Stage 2 - Dragon

613/119 - Kumashun - Basic - Ice
614/120 - Tsunbeaa - Stage 1 - Ice
615/121 - Furlijio - Basic - Ice

616/122 - Chobomaki - Basic - Bug
617/123 - Agirudaa - Stage 1 - Bug

618/124 - Maggyo - Basic - Electric/Ground

619/125 - Kojofuu - Basic - Fighting
620/126 - Kujondo - Stage 1 - Fighting

621/127 - Kurimugan - Basic - Dragon

622/128 - Gobitto - Basic - Ghost/Ground
623/129 - Goruggo - Stage 1 - Ghost/Ground

624/130 - Komotana - Basic - Steel/Dark
625/131 - Kirikizan - Stage 1 - Steel/Dark

626/132 - Buffuron - Basic - Normal

627/133 - Washibon - Basic - Normal/Flying
628/134 - Wargle - Basic - Normal/Flying

629/135 - Baruchai - Basic - Dark/Flying
630/136 - Barujiina - Stage 1 - Dark/Flying

631/137 - Kultaran - Basic - Fire

632/138 - Alanto - Basic - Bug/Steel

633/139 - Monozu - Basic - Pseudo Legendary - Dark/Dragon
634/140 - Jiheddo - Stage 1 - Pseudo Legendary - Dark/Dragon
635/141 - Sazando - Stage 2 - Pseudo Legendary - Dark/Dragon

636/142 - Mearuba - Basic - Bug/Fire
637/143 - Urugamosu - Stage 1 - Bug/Fire


638/144 - Kobaruon - Basic - Roaming Legendary Trio - Steel/Fighting
639/145 - Terakion - Basic - Roaming Legendary Trio - Rock/Fighting
640/146 - Birijion - Basic - Roaming Legendary Trio - Grass/Fighting
641/147 - Torunerosu - Basic - Legendary Trio 2 - Flying
642/148 - Borutoruso - Basic - Legendary Trio 2 - Electric/Flying
643/149 - Reshiram - Basic - Version Legendary - Dragon/Fire
644/150 - Zekrom - Basic - Version Legendary - Dragon/Electric
645/151 - Randorosu - Basic - Legendary Trio 2 - Ground/Flying
646/152 - Kyuremu - Basic - Version Legendary? - Dragon/Ice
647/153 - Kerudio - Basic - Event Legendary - Water/Fighting
648/154 - Meloia - Basic - Event Legendary - Normal/Psychic
649/155 - Genosekuto - Basic - Event Legendary - Bug/Steel

This is a glorious day . . . with the release of the games, images have FLOODED the internet, and we have names for every-one . . . and images . . .

New Attacks:

Well, with a new Generation comes new moves!
We have oddly seen a lot of new moves, and more will be revealed in the Master Document, to the point where this sub-category may have to be deleted for space o.o My life will suck when it comes out. SO MUCH STUFF TO WRITE ABOUT!
I've decided not to update this anymore . . . it's just too much ._.

Claw Sharpen:

Category: Status.
Type: Unknown.
PP: Unknown.
Accuracy: Unknown.
Effect: The Pokemon sharpens it's claws and raises it'sAttack and Accuracy. It is unknown how much they are raised.
Pokemon Confirmed to know: Zoroak. Though I see Weavile, Sandslash etc.. learning it.

Trickery:

Category: Unknown.
Type: Unknown. Probably Dark.
PP: Unknown.
Accuracy: Unknown.
Effect: The user attacks the foes utilising their stats.
Pokemon Confirmed to know: Zorua.

Sweep Slap:

Type: Unknown. Probably Normal.
Category: Unknown.
PP: Unknown.
Accuracy: Unknown.
Effect: This attack hits the foe multiple times.
Pokemon Confirmed to know: Chillarmy.

Telekinesis:

Type: Unknown. Probably Psychic.
Category: Status.
PP: Unknown.
Accuracy: Unknown.
Effect: This attack causes the foe to float into the air.
Pokemon Confirmed to know: Munna and Musharna.

Gear Saucer:

Type: Steel.
Category: Unknown.
PP: Unknown.
Accuracy: Unknown.
Effect: This attack hits multiple times.
Pokemon Confirmed to know: Gear.

Wild Bolt:

Type: Electric.
Category: Unknown.
PP: Unknown.
Accuracy: Unknown.
Effect: This attack massively damages the opponent but causes recoil damage.
Pokemon Confirmed to know: Shimama.

Night Burst:

Type: Unknown, but obviously Dark.
Category: Unknown.
PP: Unknown.
Accuracy: Unknown.
Effect: This attack may lower the opponent's accuracy.
Pokemon Confirmed to know: Zoroak.

Shell Blade:

Type: Water.
Category: Physical.
PP: 10
Accuracy: 95%
Effect: Has a chance of lowering opponent's defense.
Pokemon Confirmed to know: Mijumaru (Signature move, probably).

Grass Mixer:

Type: Grass.
Category: Unknown.
PP: Unknown.
Accuracy: Unknown.
Effect: This attack does significant damage. (And looks epic as well 8D)
Pokemon Confirmed to know: Tsutaja (Probably Signature move).

Nitro Charge:

Type: Fire, duh =P
Category: Unknown.
PP: 20.
Accuracy: Unknown.
Effect: Boost's user's speed as well as attacks.
Pokemon Confirmed to know: Pokabu (Signature move, probably).

Drill Liner:

Type: Unknown.
Category: Unknown. Probably Physical.
PP: Unknown.
Accuracy: Unknown.
Effect: This attack does damage to a single opponent.
Pokemon Confirmed to know: Doryuzuu.

Double Chop:

Type: Dragon.
Category: Unknown, probably Physical.
PP: Unknown.
Accuracy: Unknown.
Effect: This attack hit's twice.
Pokemon Confirmed to know: Kibago.

Heart Stamp:

Type: Unknown.
Category: Unknown.
PP: Unknown.
Accuracy: Unknown.
Effect: This attack causes the opponent to flinch.
Pokemon Confirmed to know: Koromori. (he looks sad in the anime D;)

You First:

Type: Unknown.
Category: Status.
PP: Unknown.
Accuracy: Unknown.
Effect: This attack allows the Pokemon used on to move immediately after. (Will be SO BROKEN in competitive battling)
Pokemon Confirmed to know: Minezumi & Chillarmy.

Magic Room:

Type: Unknown.
Category: Status.
PP: Unknown.
Accuracy: Unknown.
Effect: This attack changes the field so that no items are in effect for five turns.
Pokemon Confirmed to know: Gochiruzeru.

Free-fall:

Type: Unknown.
Category: Unknown.
PP: Unknown.
Accuracy: Unknown.
Effect: This is a two-turn attack. On the first turn the opponent is grabbed and taken into the air. On the second the opponent is dropped down and damage is dealt.
Pokemon Confirmed to know: Wooguru.

Coil:

Type: Poison.
Category: Unknown.
PP: 20.
Accuracy: Unknown.
Effect: ??
Pokemon Confirmed to know: Tsutaja.

I won't bother posting the next one, since it appears to be Telekinesis >.>

Incinerate:

Type: Fire.
Category: Special.....maybe.
PP: Unknown.
Accuracy: Unknown.
Effect: Will make opponent's held berries unusable.
Pokemon Confirmed to know: Victini <3


Characters of Importance:

Well, we've been getting a lot of new characters arriving, especially with the arrival of a new trailer, so here's a sub-category for them!:

-Male Character, fan-named 'White'.
-Oddly he hasn't actually appeared in ANY gameplay videos other than the ones where he is the main character. Maybe if you choose the girl he isn't in the game at all? Or maybe a Red-like person who you only battle at the end of the game.
-Female Character, fan-named 'Black'.
-Same as White, though she has appeared once, and that is when you see her in the High-Link.
-Professor Araragi.
-Possibly my favourite professor of all time, she seems to be a youthful female who often appears throughout your journey. She gives you, Cheren and Belle your starter pokemon as a gift, and it appears that you see her again in her lab, and once more in a forest in front of Ryuurasen ('Dragon Spiral') Tower where she is looking for a legendary (Victini, maybe?).
-Makomo.
-She appears to be Prof. Araragi's lab assistant, and is deeply involved in Dream Smoke. She seems to mainly be seen around the start of your game, giving you your C-Gear.
-Cheren.
-One of your two childhood rivals, Cheren is far more calculating and strategic then Belle, even getting the starter with an advantage over yours. He appears throughout the game battling you and giving you tips.
-Belle.
-Your other childhood rival, Belle is far more boisterous and outgoing, and went on her adventure against the wishes of her father. She will appear just as frequently as Cheren along your journey, slowly becoming more mature. She gets the starter with a weakness to yours.
-N.
-Ah, here's where it gets interesting! N seems to be your ACTUAL rival of sorts, with the plan of setting humans apart from Pokemon. Seems a bit ironic that he has pokemon himself =/
-Aloe. (Gym leader possibly? I would laugh if she uses the type i'm thinking of)
-i am quite liking this character, and not because she's black. OK, it's mildly interesting, but that's not why. She seems like a character that could be one of many things. She could be a Grass-type or Ground-type gym leader or E4, as her name appears to be a plan on 'Aloe Vera', a plant that can grow in the desert. Though she could also be an important NPC who works at a Cafe or restaurant, as she wears an apron. though she could be part of Team Plasma, I have NO idea.
UPDATE!: Well, as i was writing this Pokejungle updated with Gym rumours (And a gameplay video, but this is more interesting =P) that Aloe is the 4th Gym Leader and is a Grass-type user. WHOA! This rumour also allegedly came from the same rumour as the one with N, Team Plasma and Prof. Araragi. They ALL came true o.o
-Dento:
-Ah, another character who appears in both the anime and in the games! In the anime, he is a waiter who participates in Pokemon Musicals (Why do the good characters do the bad things?). He is very good at being friends with Pokemon (Something like that >.< I can't find the post on Pokejungle where they say). In the game he apparently resides in a castle RIGHT next to a Pokemon Center o.o
-Team Plasma. (I will make a sub-category for them. I;m surprised they turned out to be real, now we know for sure that there will be 150 pokemon in the Isshu Dex)

Global Link:

One VERY interesting aspect of the games is the Global link. This is an online site where you can hook your Black or What save file onto.
One of the only known things about it is the Dream World, which will be talked about later.

Dream Smoke:

Well, one aspect of Black and White that hasn't mad much respect as of yet is Dream Smoke.
This happens to be something that Makomo (one of my favourite in-game characters) is deeply involved with.
Dream Smoke is apparently given off from Muuna/Musharna (Possibly like Combee and Honey?).
It can be used to sync up to the Dream World, where you can catch Non-Isshu pokemon.
Nothing else is known about it, though.

Dream World:

One of my quite liked features about these games is the Dream World.
In the dream world you can catch Non-Isshu pokemon, and you can also grow berries.
To even get onto the Global Link Site to get onto the Dream World, you do have to have access to Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection =/ I'm just glad I have a Wi-Fi modem.
To catch pokemon, you play mini-games, and it appears that pokemon will randomly appear, you can befriend them and catch them (Oddly the ball only rolls once when you catch them. Maybe they become easier to catch since you've befriended them?).


Version Differences and Exclusives:

Well, GF said that they would make the version differences more profound, and they did!
Here's some good info:

Pokemon:

-Gochiruzeru is a Pokemon Black Version Exclusive. It is not known where you can catch it and how, but you can.
-Rankurusu is a Pokemon White Version Exclusive. It is not known where you catch it and how, but you can.
-Zekrom is a Pokemon White Version Exclusive Legenadry portrayed on the box art. Obviously you catch it around the middle to end of the game.
-Reshiram is a Pokemon Black Version Exclusive legenadry portrayed on the box-art. Obviously you catch it around the middle to end of the game.

Areas:

-Black City is a Pokemon Black Version Exclusive Area. It appears to be very dark, with tinted windows and neon lights. There is also some-one who will raise your pokemon's stats if you give him money.
-White Forest is a Pokemon White Version Exclusive Area. It appears to be very bright, with VERY tall trees and beautiful scenery. There is also some-one there who will raise your pokemon's happiness if you give him berries.

Aesthetic changes:

-There is one city in the game, unknown when you get there or how how you do, that changes appearance between versions. In Black, it is a futuristic city made of some glass-like metal, and in White it is basically a ruin.

Triple Battles:

Well, with the dawn of a new generation apparently comes a new style.
The new style is called Triple Battles, in which each player sends out three pokemon to battle, instead of the previous one or two.
Here are basically all the things you need to know about them:

Basic Setup Of Pokemon:

Well, triple battles may seem like an opportunity to take out half a team with Earthquake, but there's a lot of strategy involved.
The pokemon in the middle can attack all opposing pokemon, though the one to the left can only attack the opponent's right and middle pokemon (From the opponent's perspective), and the right can only attack the opponent's left and middle pokemons (From the opponents perspective).
There is also apparently an option that allows only one pokemon to be sent out, but you can change between three different pokemon.

Rotation Battles:

Basically in Triple Battles there is the option of doing a Rotation battle, which is where you have three pokemon out, but you switch around which one you are using. Switching the places seems to not take up a turn, I believe, so it'll basically prove to be the perfect counter-measure.

Combination Attacks:

Well, earlier today we learnt that in double/triple battles you can combine moves!
So far only the Oath moves (Fire Oath, Grass Oath, Water Oath) have this effect.
Water Oath + Fire Oath = Rainbow which raises your teams chance of their moves having their second effects happen.
Grass Oath + Fire Oath= Fire field that burns your opponents.
Grass Oath + Water Oath = Swamp field that lowers your opponents speed.

Areas of Importance:

Well, there are definitely some places in Isshu that really spring to mind when you think 'Important', so here goes!

Tower of Heaven:

Not very much is known about this mystery tower, except for the fact that it is on Route 7 and in a certain Item Mission, if you can place a Hyperball item there in 180 seconds without being talked to by the trainer who's game you are in, you will get three something (Can't find the name of it), and in another possible mission, you will get a Cheap Power, which makes everything cheaper for 30 minutes game time. (over-powered much?)

Hiun City:

The first city revealed in the game, Hiun City has become the most popular.
It is known as being the largest city in Isshu and as being the harbor city (No, so now a rip-off of Wellington )
It was only in this city that the 3-D aspects of the game were realized. As the character moved deeper into the city or further outwards, the camera will move and zoom.

High-Link:

Situated in the middle of a Pokeball-shaped lake, the High-Link is probably the second-most popular place in Isshu. I will post more info in the High Link sub-category.

Battle Subway:

Well, with the little snippet of info from one of Pokejungle's updates, it seems that there is a bit more things about this Subway than previously thought.
The station itself appears to be completely circular, with tunnels heading off in about 12 different directions. It apparently appears that the Battle Subway is a VERY long and rigorous task, and will take tons of prior preparation.

Team Plasma:

Now, this is where this gets interesting.
The evil team has been revealed as Team Plasma, a team rumoured months ago in 2ch The same post that had the Prof. Araragi rumour and the 150 new pokemon rumour).
All we know about them is that they dress in a medieval way, with knight chain-mail and uniform, and the fact that their supposed leader has the same plan as N, to set pokemon free from humans.
One interesting rumour floating around the internet is that they are based off chess pieces, which would ve EXTREMELY cool, though might be hard for small children to understand.
This rumour was influenced from Team Plasma's appearance; the average dress of a medieval knight.
People have speculated that the trainers standing behind the supposed leader of Team Plasma are Pawns, who happen to be standing in the same way Pawns do on a chess-board, that the Admins are a Bishop, a Knight and a Rook. The leaders will be the King and Queen, probably.
One thing that people pointed out is that possibly Team Plasma in White is basically the black pieces, and Team Plasma in Black are the white pieces. This is supported by Reshiram being in Black and Zekrom being in White.

Seasonal Changes:

It has definitely been confirmed that in at least some areas of the game the scenery changes with the seasons.
This happens to be one of my favourite parts of the game.


ENJOY! ^_^

Also, this is not complete.



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PostSubject: Re: Pokemon Clan   Sat Sep 04, 2010 11:42 pm

The monkeys seem cool

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PostSubject: Re: Pokemon Clan   Sat Sep 04, 2010 11:44 pm

I know, right ^_^
Sadly only two have been shown v.v
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PostSubject: Re: Pokemon Clan   Sat Sep 04, 2010 11:50 pm

I think my fave of the three will be wither the fire monkey or yanappu

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PostSubject: Re: Pokemon Clan   Sat Sep 04, 2010 11:52 pm

Yeah, I quite like Yanappu . . . and the water one.
I guess that Dento's gym will be a triple battle.
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PostSubject: Re: Pokemon Clan   Sat Sep 04, 2010 11:56 pm

Yeah to introduce it

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PostSubject: Re: Pokemon Clan   Sun Sep 05, 2010 12:00 am

Mmm, like Tate and Liza of Gen II.
I wonder what the two trainers behind Dento are . . . they could use the other two monkeys, but . . . >.>
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PostSubject: Re: Pokemon Clan   Sun Sep 05, 2010 12:06 am

I doubt they are in the anime

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PostSubject: Re: Pokemon Clan   Sun Sep 05, 2010 12:09 am

I dunno, I think they will be, especially if they are important characters.
I can sort of imagine it being like the Cerulean Sisters, though.
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PostSubject: Re: Pokemon Clan   Sun Sep 05, 2010 12:13 am

(in the anime)
I see that they own a resturant/hotel and dento recognizes ash and he asks to leave and they allow it

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PostSubject: Re: Pokemon Clan   Sun Sep 05, 2010 1:38 am

In my mind, i can see Dento being the hyper-active younger brother of the three waiters at the restaurant. Dento gets really excited about Ash when he finds out that he's been to all of the regions and stuff like that, and he asks Ash if he can join his group, and he does, leaving his brothers to man the restaurant.
I mean, if he's the ONLY waiter, then he could never leave ^_^
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PostSubject: Re: Pokemon Clan   Sun Sep 05, 2010 8:36 am

Not true. Brock was the only gym leader and he left. Misty had sisters so it was ok. Brock winged it

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PostSubject: Re: Pokemon Clan   Fri Sep 10, 2010 9:27 pm

(Would have posted yesterday but the reply button was not loading)

Actually, he had his father to leave the gym to, and that's what he did, so . . . >.>
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PostSubject: Re: Pokemon Clan   Fri Sep 17, 2010 5:00 pm

OK! First post has been updated . . . . with more stuff . . .
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