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441. Posted: Wed 26th Jan 2011 22:53 GMT
Wow, I just looked at the New Pokemon.alot of them look well done, and others look like something I would eat.....But My New Fav pokemon has to be Maggyo , it the New Dunsparce
Edited on Wed 26th January, 2011 @ 22:54 by LordJumpMad
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442. Posted: Thu 27th Jan 2011 03:20 GMT
We need a Bug/Psychic, Poison/Ice, and more Ice type.and also Bird/??? type
Bah, I want Missingno made official as a Ghost/Electric type, "Pokédex Gremlin" species.
443. Posted: Thu 27th Jan 2011 21:46 GMT
More names from that leaked list on Pokébeach.com confirmed. It's safe to say that it is 99% likely to be accurate.
While I must agree that there's some weird stuff in there (a gear pokémon, seriously?) it still is a rather interesting batch of Pokémon and they've been a bit more creative than in Diamond/Pearl. Some of my personal favourites:
EelektrossElectric-typeYou'd think that this pokémon, being a fish, would be a Water/Electric type, but actually it is a pure Electric type. And this works to its advantage greatly, because it also has the Levitate ability, avoiding its only weakness: Ground. This means it has no weakness at all, unless you can use the Gravity move against it and then strike with something like Earthquake. This makes it one of the most useful Electric types.
PidoveNormal/Flying-typeThis game's Pidgey and main Normal/Flying-type Pokémon. This little pidgeon Pokémon is one of those that many are gonna use. It doesn't evolve into such a powerhouse as Staraptor, but the male version of its final form looks really cool.
BlitzleElectric-typeYou know Zebras are cool, and you also know they would make for cool Pokémon.
DarmanitanFire-typeThis ape Pokémon resembles a Japanese dharma doll. In fact, you can find special Darmanitan in the Resort Desert, that disguise themselves as dharma dolls. Using their Dharma Mode ability, an ability that regular Darmanitan do not have, these Darmanitan transform into dharma dolls if their HP drops below 50%. When that happens, they will become Fire-Psychic-type. This can make fighting such a Darmanitan a totally new experience. And that determined look on this guy's face makes him look just awesome.
SeismitoadWater/Ground-typeAs many Pokémon fans know, as long as you keep a Water/Ground-type away from Grass-type moves, it is a reliable combo that avoids damage from Electric-type attacks. Despite being a big, ugly toad, this is a great amphibious Pokémon in the tradition of Pokémon such as Poliwrath and Mudkip.
SandileGround/Dark-typeThis crocodile Pokémon is the first ever to combine the Dark- and Ground-types. It can evolve further into even cooler and meaner-looking Pokémon. I don't know why, but somehow this guy just looks cool with those stripes on his back.
CofagrigusGhost-typeWhile some may argue that a mummy Pokémon in a sarcophagus is rather far-fetched, but there is one thing that keeps me fascinated with this guy: those four ghostly arms creeping in and out of that Egyptain coffin. And then there's those creepy red eyes and that Gengar-ish grin hiding behind that mummy mask that just make him look nasty and mean.
ArchenRock/Flying-typeIf Aerodactyl is the ancestor of bird Pokémon than Archen is at least the first ACTUAL bird Pokémon. This archeopteryx Pokémon is one of the few Rock/Flying types. While that does give it a lot of weaknesses, it's also very fast and can hit hard, much like Aerodactyl. Much like that Pokémon you get it by reviving it from a fossil.
TirtougaRock/Water-typeThis sea turtle is revived from a fossil. Unlike it's Kanto-based cousin Squirtle, it has flippers instead of forelegs. To me, he look a bit more dignified, though. Just remember to keep this guy away from Grass-types.
SewaddleBug/Grass-typeWhile Caterpie, Weedle and Wurmple evolved into their final forms quickly, they didn't end up becoming the most powerful Bug-types. Their Unova counterpart, Sewaddle, takes evolving to its third form a bit more slowly, but is also much more reliable. It will eventually be able to use great techniques such as Leaf Blade. That's something completely different than just String Shot, Poison Sting and Tackle, and it also looks much cooler and much cuter than the older caterpillars. Just keep it away from Flying-type and Fire-type attacks at all cost!
ZoroarkDark-typeOne of the first new Pokémon to be revealed last year. Its illusion ability makes for some interesting strategy because it allows Zoroark to disguise itself as another Pokémon at the start of a fight. Once it reveals itself, though, it looks cool and mean, kind of like a cross between a Sneasel and a Ninetales with lots of win. It's gonna be hard to get though, as it is one of those Pokémon only available via special events.
DeerlingNormal/Grass-typeThis is like Bambi turned into a Pokémon. Make sure you check it out during different times of the year. Each season gives it a different appearance. Also, Normal/Grass is something we've not seen before.
SnivyGrass-typeDespite being a slightly traditional, reptilious Grass-type starter, this little snake dude had a look on its face that quickly earned it its fanmade nickname; "Smugleaf". Able to evolve into some pretty rad Pokémon, your main concern would be picking the right moves for it so it can compensate for the Grass-type's many weaknesses.
TepigFire-typeThis happy-looking pig is just lovable. It is the Fire-type starter and it will eventually evolve in something that can probably best be described as a flaming version of Ganon from Zelda. If you don't know what to think about that, trust me, it looks neat.
OshawottWater-typeThis little otter is the Water-type starter. It looks rather depressed but it can learn a variety of very solid Water-type moves. A signature move is a Water-type attack whereby Oshawott throws the shell he always carries around like a ninja star to slice into its opponents.
EmolgaElectric/Flying-typeEmolga is a flying squirrel and thus has a typing that negates the Ground-type's advantage over the Electric-type. Instead, try Rock- or Fire-type moves. Imagine a Pikachu with wings and you know that this is one of the cutest and most awesome-looking new creatures in Black/White.
KlinkSteel-typeWhen you first see Klink you're like.......WTF?!?!? A gear Pokémon. Or actually two gears spinning against each other. And are those dots supposed to be its eyes? I'm not sure. At least with Magnemite you could see what and where his eye was. Still, Klink intrigues me so much I have to put him on this list. It's Gear Saucer move is actually pretty solid and it can evolve into bigger, more complex........contraptions????
StoutlandNormal-typeA solid canine Pokémon. That moustache just demands respect! Stoutland is great against one of the later bosses in the game who uses Ghost-types. Ghost-type moves don't damage Normal-types and Stoutland can learn the Dark-type move Crunch, which is great against ghosts.
LitwickGhost/Fire-typeA living candle makes for a Ghost/Fire-type Pokémon. That may sound weird but it will become a very strong Pokémon as it evolves further.
BraviaryNormal/Flying-typeThis majestic eagle Pokémon is probably the most awesome-looking bird Pokémon ever. I haven't caught it yet, so I can't confirm if it is as powerful as Staraptor or Togekiss. Appears in White.
MandibuzzDark/Flying-typeThis Vulture Pokémon has a cool sort of tribal vibe to it, with that bone on its head. Appears in Black.
VolcaronaBug/Fire-typeA powerful moth Pokémon with a cool type combo that you can only find in the wild after solving a certain dungeon puzzle. You could also try to evolve it's larval form. However, this takes lots of levelling that will perhaps not be worth the effort, unless you intent to get the perfect Volcarona for multiplayer battles with friends. Something tells me this will be a popular Pokémon in the multiplayer scene.
ReshiramDragon/Fire-typeThe legendary mascot of Black. Its tail generates heat that will allow for a very powerful Fire-type attack. You will have to capture this guy near the end of Black.
ZekromDragon/Electric-typeThis is Reshiram's opponent and the legendary Pokémon you find in White. Zekrom generates electricity with the generator in its tail to execute truly powerful Electric-type moves.
Pansage, Pansear and PanpourGrass-type, Fire-type and Water-typeThese are the three elemental monkeys. They play an important role in the first Gym. The one strong against your starter will be the one you will face in the Gym Leader's team. Perhaps trying to get your hands on the one out of these three that is strong against the one the Gym Leader has, is not such a bad idea.....
Edited on Tue 1st February, 2011 @ 19:17 by Rensch
444. Posted: Fri 28th Jan 2011 00:11 GMT
As long I can still use my Magikarp, it all good.
445. Posted: Fri 28th Jan 2011 04:41 GMT
I went all this time not caring about this game in the slightest. Now in the last week, I MUST HAVE IT! March 6 can't come soon enough. These Pokemon look a lot better than the last generation.
Edited on Fri 28th January, 2011 @ 04:41 by Z_Bone
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446. Posted: Fri 28th Jan 2011 09:33 GMT
According to the Cartoon Network site's ad for the Black and White anime, Iris will keep her name. Dento, however, has been renamed Cilan.
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447. Posted: Fri 28th Jan 2011 15:19 GMT
Out of all the new Pokemon from Gen V, none of them scare me more than Dasutodasu does. Seriously, that trash monster is what makes kids afraid of the dark.
Edited on Fri 28th January, 2011 @ 15:22 by Robo-goose
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448. Posted: Fri 28th Jan 2011 17:07 GMT
Once you get used to the new Pokemon, you start to take a liking to them. Anyways, I think I've made my desicion on which game to get: White. It has Reuniclus, Braviarlly, plus White Forest, which contains a bunch of awesome Pokemon.
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449. Posted: Fri 28th Jan 2011 18:14 GMT
I think Wargle/Braviary alone makes White the superior version.
450. Posted: Fri 28th Jan 2011 19:13 GMT
I guess I'm in the minority here in wanting Black. I do think White has the superior exclusive Pokemon and White Forest sounds cool, but Black City could also be cool. You can probably get exclusive Items there. Mainly I just like Reshiram a lot more than Zekrom. Hopefully I can get one of my friends to get White version, because Braviary is awesome, but as long as I get Oshawott and Sandile, I'm happy.
451. Posted: Fri 28th Jan 2011 19:28 GMT
You can probably get exclusive Items there.
I'm sure they would try to keep the game balanced as much as possible - they're not going to put some rare exclusive items in only one of the games.
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452. Posted: Sat 29th Jan 2011 12:50 GMT
Indeed, Black City has lots of rare items you can't get so easily in White, whereas White Forest allows you to have a lot more Pokémon available in one game card than in Black without trading. I'm going with White because of that. And I like Zekrom and Braviary a lot.
Actually they do. Black city for exclusive items and White Forest fot exclusive Pokémon. The Unova Pokédex is still balanced out, though.
Edited on Sat 29th January, 2011 @ 12:54 by Rensch
453. Posted: Mon 31st Jan 2011 00:55 GMT
So, have most of you reserved your guys' copy?
I am not sure if I should reserve it or not. I'm gonna most likely be getting it on day one. But then again, I'm not even sure which version I want more. Doesn't Black City have more trainers just there for you to battle daily? If so, I have always needed some extra strong trainers to battle after I beat the main game to level up my Pokemon.
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454. Posted: Mon 31st Jan 2011 11:48 GMT
Black City has some strong trainers indeed. I don't know about White Forest.
455. Posted: Mon 31st Jan 2011 12:21 GMT
So Black City,and White Forest are not in one game?
Hard to choose, do you want Rare items or More Pokemon? or is there more to them?
456. Posted: Mon 31st Jan 2011 21:26 GMT
Rensch wrote:Black City has some strong trainers indeed. I don't know about White Forest.So Black City,and White Forest are not in one game?Hard to choose, do you want Rare items or More Pokemon? or is there more to them?
That's basically the idea, yes.
Besides this, there is also a town that has a different appearance in each version. In Black, the buildings looks modern and futuristic while in White, they look old and picturesque. There's also a different Gym Leader in that town. The Gym and used Pokémon are identical in both versions, though.
457. Posted: Mon 31st Jan 2011 21:32 GMT
Man, I can't wait for B&W to come out! I already know which monsters I want on my team.
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458. Posted: Tue 1st Feb 2011 15:46 GMT
Is it possible to transfer pokemon from Pokemon Diamon to Pokemon White with only 1 DSi or do you need 2?
459. Posted: Tue 1st Feb 2011 19:25 GMT
You need 2....unless you can find a friend or some person on the internet you can trust, lol
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460. Posted: Tue 1st Feb 2011 19:33 GMT
Unfortunately, you need two DS systems. With the DS and DS Lite you had two slots, one for DS and one for GBA, allowing for compatability with older games. In Black/White you have a similar feature of sending your Pokémon from 4th generation games to 5th generation games. Since both generations are DS cards, however, you need two DS systems.
Technically, you can bring over Pokémon from games as early as Ruby and Sapphire. By sending over Pokémon form your 3rd generation game to your 4th generation game and then from your 4th generation game to your 5th generation game, you can still keep playing with Pokémon you might have caught years ago.