Talk:More Black and White information surfacing

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Full scan

The full scan has been revealed: 308br47.jpg Trainer-c 12:52, 11 June 2010 (UTC)

Three more!

Three more new Pokemon have been revealed on, an ape, zebra and crocodile. Taromon777 13:38, 11 June 2010 (UTC)

Professor OWNING Chiramii?

The article mentions that the Professor seems to own a Chiramii, but I think it's showing at the intro when the Professor shows you a random Pokemon to show you what a Pokémon even is. The Professors don't necessarily own the Pokémon they show to you as an example. --AuraGaurdian 14:37, 11 June 2010 (UTC)

All the Pokemon in the scan

Left scan:

  • Top left: Hihidaruma (ヒヒダルマ)
    • Etymology: ヒヒ hihi (baboon) and ダルマ daruma (daruma)
    • Blaze Pokémon (えんじょうポケモン)
    • Type: Fire
    • Ability: Invigorate (ちからづく)
  • Bottom left: Megroco (メグロコ Meguroko)
    • Desert Crocodile Pokémon (さばくワニポケモン)
    • Type: Ground/Dark
    • Ability: Intimidate or Overconfident (じしんかじょう)
  • Right: Shimama (シママ)
    • Electrification Pokémon (たいでんポケモン)
    • Type: Electric
    • Ability: Lightningrod or Motor Drive
    • Has a move called Wild Bolt (ワイルドボルト).

Right scan:

  • Top left: Gearl (ギアル Giaru)
    • Etymology: gear
    • Cog Pokémon (はぐるまポケモン)
    • Type: Steel
    • Ability: Plus or Minus
    • Has a move called Gear Saucer (ギアソーサー).
  • Bottom left: Mamepato (マメパト)
    • Etymology: Probably マメ mame (beans, i.e. birdseed) and ハト hato (pigeon)
    • Little Pigeon Pokémon (こばとポケモン)
    • Type: Normal/Flying
    • Ability: Pigeon Chest (はとむね) or Super Luck
  • Top right: Munna (ムンナ)
    • Dream Eater Pokémon (ゆめくいポケモン)
    • Type: Psychic
    • Ability: Forewarn or Synchronize
  • Bottom right: Chiramy (チラーミィ Chirāmyi)
    • Chinchilla Pokémon (チンチラポケモン)
    • Type: Normal
    • Ability: Cute Charm or Technician
    • Has a move call Sweep Slap (スイープビンタ).

Urutapu 16:53, 11 June 2010 (UTC)

    • (I like my translations better, no offense...although I did misread "Mamepato". Now edited above)—Urutapu 16:57, 11 June 2010 (UTC)

More scans and info Arty2 17:18, 11 June 2010 (UTC)

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