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blurb=The October issue of CoroCoro has begun to leak onto the internet. The leaders of Sanyou City's Gym are featured, among many new Pokémon revealed. }}
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{{ud}} One of the scans confirming the starter evolutions may have been faked, as noticed [http://i52.tinypic.com/24wrrzd.jpg here] by BMGf member [http://bmgf.bulbagarden.net/member.php?u=40139 WTFNinja].
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The October issue of CoroCoro has begun to leak onto the internet. Scans of the issue reveal many new Pokémon and characters.
 
==Pokémon==
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{{New Pokémon
|align=left
|width=100
|px=150px
|img=Victini494Victini.png
|name=ビクティニ
|rom=Victini
|moves=Flame Sphere (Can cause Burn; Hits all other Pokémon on the field)
}}
| align="left" valign="top" width="50%" |
{{New Pokémon
|align=left
|width=100
|px=150px
|img=Janoby496Servine.png
|name=ジャノビー
|rom=Janoby
|pre=Tsutarja
}}
|}{{-}}
 
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| align="left" valign="top" width="50%" |
{{New Pokémon
|align=left
|width=100
|px=150px
|img=Chaobu499Pignite.png
|name=チャオブー
|rom=Chaobu
|pre=Pokabu
}}
| align="left" valign="top" width="50%" |
{{New Pokémon
|align=left
|width=100
|px=150px
|img=Futachimaru502Dewott.png
|name=フタチマル
|rom=Futachimaru
|pre=Mijumaru
}}
|}{{-}}
 
{| align="center"
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{{New Pokémon
|align=left
|width=100
|px=150px
|img=Baoppu513Pansear.png
|name=バオップ
|rom=Baoppu
|other=Gym Leader Pod has one
}}
| align="left" valign="top" width="50%" |
{{New Pokémon
|align=left
|width=100
|px=150px
|img=Hiyappu515Panpour.png
|name=ヒヤップ
|rom=Hiyappu
|other=Gym Leader Corn has one
}}
|}{{-}}
 
{| align="center"
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{{New Pokémon
|align=left
|width=100
|px=150px
|img=Basurao550Basculin.png
|name=バスラオ
|rom=Basurao
|other=Has two forms that depend on the game version
}}
| align="left" valign="top" width="50%" |
{{New Pokémon
|align=left
|width=100
|px=150px
|img=Yorterri506Lillipup.png
|name=ヨーテリー
|rom=Yorterri
|moves=「ふるいたてる」 ''Cheer Up'' (Increases its Attack and Special Attack stats)
}}
|}{{-}}
 
{| align="center"
|-
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{{New Pokémon
|align=left
|width=100
|img=Choroneko509Purrloin.png
|px=150px
|name=チョロネコ
|rom=Choroneko
|ability={{a|Limber}} or {{a|Unburden}}
}}
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{{New Pokémon
|align=left
|width=100
|px=150px
|img=Desukan563Cofagrigus.png
|name=デスカーン
|rom=DesukānDesukaan
|species=Coffin
|type1=Ghost
|ability=「ミイラ」 ''Mummy''
}}
|}{{-}}
 
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{{New Pokémon
|align=left
|width=100
|px=150px
|img=Ononokusu612Haxorus.png
|name=オノノクス
|rom=Ononokusu
|moves=「ドラゴンテール」 ''Dragon Tail''
}}
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{{New Pokémon
|align=left
|width=100
|px=150px
|img=Denchura596Galvantula.png
|name=デンチュラ
|rom=Denchura
|ability={{a|Compoundeyes}} or 「きんちょうかん」 ''Tension'' (Prevents opponents from using berries)
}}
|}{{-}}
 
{| align="center"
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{{New Pokémon
|align=left
|name=ドリュウズ
|px=150px
|img=Doryuuzu530Excadrill.png
|rom=Doryūzu
|species=Deep Earth
|ability=Sand Power or Sand Paddle
}}
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{{New Pokémon
|align=left
|width=100
|px=150px
|img=Buffalon626Bouffalant.png
|name=バッフロン
|rom=Buffalon
|ability={{a|Reckless}} or Herbivore
}}
|}{{-}}
 
{| align="center"
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{{New Pokémon
|align=left
|width=100
|px=150px
|img=Dangoro524Roggenrola.png
|name=ダンゴロ
|rom=Dangoro
|moves=「うちおとす」 ''Strike Down''
}}
| align="left" valign="top" width="50%" |
{{New Pokémon
|align=left
|width=100
|px=150px
|img=Mebukijika586Sawsbuck-Spring.png
|name=メブキジカ
|rom=Mebukijika
|other=Form changes with the season
}}
|}{{-}}
 
{| align="center"
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| align="left" valign="top" width="50%" |
{{New Pokémon
|align=left
|width=100
|px=150px
|img=Tabunne531Audino.png
|name=タブンネ
|rom=Tabunne
|moves=「いやしのはどう」 ''Healing Beam'' (Restores HP of partners)
}}
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{{New Pokémon
|align=left
|width=100
|px=150px
|img=Monmen546Cottonee.png
|name=モンメン
|rom=Monmen
|other=Exclusive to Pokémon Black Version
}}
|}{{-}}
 
{| align="center"
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{{New Pokémon
|align=left
|width=100
|px=150px
|img=Churine548Petilil.png
|name=チュリネ
|rom=Churine
|other=Exclusive to Pokémon White Version
}}
| align="left" valign="top" width="50%" |
{{New Pokémon
|align=left
|width=100
|img=Tamagetake590Foongus.png
|name=タマゲタケ
|rom=Tamagetake
|moves=「クリアスモッグ」 ''Clearing Smoke'' (Effect similar to {{m|Haze}})
}}
|}{{-}}
 
{| align="center"
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{{New Pokémon
|align=left
|width=100
|img=Emonga587Emolga.png
|name=エモンガ
|rom=Emonga
|moves=Eleci Ball (Damage depends on the difference of the Speed stat between the user and the target)
}}
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{{New Pokémon
|align=left
|width=100
|img=Reshiram643Reshiram.png
|px=150px
|name=レシラム
|moves=Cross Fire (Damage increases when user is hit by Cross Thunder)
}}
|}{{-}}
 
{| align="center"
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{{New Pokémon
|align=left
|width=100
|img=Zekrom644Zekrom.png
|px=150px
|name=ゼクロム
 
==Characters==
* The {{bp|Team Plasma}} member seen in various trailers in the past is 「ゲーチス」 ''Geechisu''. He is met for the first time in GarukuKarakusa Town, the second town in the game.
* The character N has the {{type|Dark}} Choroneko.
* Sanyou City, where the first Gym of the games will be, has three Gym Leaders: {{bp|Dent}} (formerly referedreferred to as "Dento" on Bulbapedia and Bulbanews), Pod and Corn. The Gym Leader to be faced depends on the starter chosen. Those who chose {{p|Tsutarja}} will battle Pod and his Baoppu, those who choose {{p|Pokabu}} will battle Corn and his Hiyappu and those who choose {{p|Mijumaru}} will battle Dent and his Yanappu; all of these Pokémon have a type advantage over the starters chosen.
* {{bp|Aloe}}, the Gym Leader of the second Gym in the games, mainly trains {{type|Normal}} Pokémon.