Friday - December 30th, 2011 @ 5 PM PST -  By: Water Pokémon Master

    The bimonthly issue of CoroCoro magazine, Bessatsu CoroCoro, was just released in Japan has unveiled a new advertisement for the 15th movie which contains two eyebrow-raising captions: “What mystery is hidden in Kyurem?” and “Kyurem’s unseen power will be revealed!” If the statements are referring to anything, it’s obviously a new forme for Kyurem that will debut in the movie (like Giratina in Shaymin). Click the thumbnail below for a larger scan.

    By extension, this means we’ll probably get our “Pokemon Gray” this next year and then the Ruby and Sapphire remakes in 2013. Still no word yet on when Keldeo will be revealed, but going by previous patterns, we will probably see it by February, then Kyurem’s new forme, and then the announcement for “Pokemon Gray” in April or May (all of this assuming that Pokemon is going to stick to the same patterns and that it’s not going to throw us a curve ball).

    New Kyurem Forme Hinted at in CoroCoro Bessatsu?
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    Saturday - December 24th, 2011 @ 8 PM PST -  By: Water Pokémon Master

    According to a new product listing on Amazon.com, the English dubs of Victini and Zekrom and Victini and Reshiram will be released together as a two-disk DVD set on April 3rd in America. Amazon lists the price as $13.99, which is about the same price as the past few movies. Therefore, this release will undoubtedly be handled in the same manner where the movies are merely thrown into a cheap DVD case and with absolutely no special features or anything else that requires a bit of effort to include. No word yet on whether or not the movies will be released on Blu-Ray despite Japan having the option.

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    Saturday - December 24th, 2011 @ 11 AM PST -  By: Water Pokémon Master

    We know more about March’s BW5 then we know about January’s Dragon Selection mini-set. Also, Merry Christmas Eve everyone!

    BW5 Dragon Blade and Dragon Blast Product Order Sheet

    Some new preliminary information has surfaced concerning BW5, Dragon Blade and Dragon Blast, which will be released in Japan on March 16th. The set will contain a new Special Energy, which one can predict to be “Dragon Energy,” though this is not confirmed yet. If this prediction is true, this will be similar to when Darkness and Metal-type Pokemon first appeared in Neo Genesis with Special Energy versions of their type. It was not until many years later the TCG saw basic Energy of those types, though. (Though who knows, we could get both this time!) The Hydreigon and Garchomp 30-card decks will each come with the new Special Energy and Rare Candy.

    A product order sheet, pictured right, has revealed that when you buy a booster box of BW5, you will receive a holo Ninetales promo card. The Ninetales will most likely be in the set with alternate artwork as with the past few sets. Why not give us a Dragon-type Pokemon as the promo?! Maybe because the promo information has to be revealed early, and doing so would spoil what the new Dragon-type card template looks like. Thanks goes to Nanimonoka for the translations!

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    Thursday - December 22nd, 2011 @ 11 AM PST -  By: Water Pokémon Master

    A new “Mewtwo Collection Box” is set for release on February 8th, the day Next Destinies comes out. It will come with a jumbo Mewtwo-EX card, a holo Battle City promo card, a Mewtwo figurine, and three Next Destinies booster packs. Unfortunately, a normal-sized Mewtwo-EX will not be included.

    Mewtwo Collection Box
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    Tuesday - December 20th, 2011 @ 10 AM PST -  By: Water Pokémon Master

    The booster pack and theme deck artwork for BW5 Dragon Blast / Dragon Blade have been revealed, as you can see below; click the thumbnails for larger images. The Dragon Blast booster pack artwork features N’s castle, Hydreigon, and Giratina while the Dragon Blade pack features the Unova Pokemon League, Garchomp, and Rayquaza. Continuing the same in-game themes as the booster packs, the Hydreigon theme deck features N’s castle and will also include Roserade, Foongus, Drifloon, and Houndoom while the Garchomp theme deck again features the Unova Pokemon League and comes with Manectric, Minccino, and Gyarados. Each of the theme decks will come with three holos as well. Thanks goes to Viper.Fox for finding the images!

    BW5 Dragon Blade and Dragon Blast Booster Packs BW5 Dragon Blade and Dragon Blast Theme Decks
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    Monday - December 19th, 2011 @ 1 PM PST -  By: Water Pokémon Master

    Japan’s fifth Black and White set will be released on March 16th and will be split into two sub-sets: Dragon Blade and Dragon Blast. As their names suggest, the Dragon-type will be featured again and Dragon-type Pokemon-EX will appear. Two 30-card decks will also be released alongside the sets featuring Hydreigon and Garchomp. 2012 is the year of the dragon, so it’s no wonder Pokemon Card Laboratory is pumping up the Dragon-type!

    On April 20th, a new “Beginning Set” will be released containing Pokemon from every region, unlike the previous Beginning Sets which were simply re-releases of the same cards. On the same day, two new Battle Strength Decks will also be released, though their contents are currently unknown. We’ll bring you more information in the coming months once we have more specifics!

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    Friday - December 16th, 2011 @ 4 PM PST -  By: Water Pokémon Master

    8:09 PM: Added a second trailer below which shows much more game footage. | 7:07 PM: Character info added below. | 7:00 PM: The official site is up! Love the ancient Japanese game music! | 6:25 PM: Okay, so. This will obviously be our side game for spring. Then I’m betting we’ll find out about “Pokemon Gray” in April or May and if Kyurem has a new Forme. Then the 15th movie will advertise “Pokemon Gray” since Kyurem is in it, and then Japan will get the game at the end of the year. Speculation based off previous trends, of course. Then if we’re getting R/S remakes, it’ll be in 2012 for Japan and 2013 for America. | 6:17 PM: Added more game screenshots from the exhibition below. | 5:47 PM: The official website is going to open in less than an hour! | 5:45: The game is also compatible with the 3DS. | 5:45 PM: Added video’s translations below, which reveals the region’s name (Ranse) and the legend of the game! | 5:30 PM: Added a video below courtesy of AAPF. Information forthcoming. | 5:00 PM: Added translations of the game screenshots thanks to Gin!

    Pokemon: Nobunaga's Ambition

    Breaking news! The Jump Festa trade show has just unveiled a new Pokemon crossover game: Pokemon + Nobunaga’s Ambition. The DS game will be released in spring 2012 and is a collaboration between The Pokemon Company and Koei, the makers of Nobunaga’s Ambition.

    Nobunaga’s Ambition is actually a RPG that is on multiple gaming platforms in Japan – according to Wikipedia, “Nobunaga’s Ambition is a series of turn-based grand strategy role-playing simulation video games, first released in 1983 by the Japanese video game developer Koei. Nobunaga’s Ambition takes place during the Sengoku period of feudal Japan. As the title suggests, the player is tasked with achieving the ultimate goal of warlord Oda Nobunaga: the conquest and unification of Japan. Selecting Oda Nobunaga is optional, however, as the player is also able to choose from a variety of other regional daimyos of the time.”

    Obviously, this new DS game will use the above premise but with a Pokemon theme. It seems that it will be a Pokemon game that takes place in the past with ancient Pokemon Trainers, as you can see in the official game artwork below. The male and female players will start out with Eevee – they are the boy and girl in the pictures below. The names of the “bushou,” or military soldiers, are Oichi (the girl with the Jigglypuff), Mitsuhide (Articuno), Shingen (Groudon), and Kenshin (Mewtwo). As was already obvious, Nobunaga is the man with Zekrom. The official website promises that more bushou will be revealed in January. The region the game will take place in is called “Ranse.”

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    A video promoting the game is also on display at Jump Festa, as you can see below. Gin has translated its narration, which says, “Sharing your heart with Pokemon… bushou (military commanders) with hearts connected to Pokemon… a time when he (Nobunaga) held 17 castles… the Legend of Ranse, resurrected… the war of bushou and Pokemon begins!”

    Pokemon: Nobunaga's Ambition

    The image to the right (click it to enlarge it) contains actual screenshots from the game; in the top left screenshot, you can see various stats. From this information, it appears your success as a Pokemon Trainer determines your “military rank” within the game. Gin has translated the screenshot in the top left as “Power: 60, Intelligence: 60, Charm: 65, Containers: 4, Specialty: Normal (referring to a Pokemon’s type), Military Power: Full Speed, Tool: Potion.” The two bubbles in the screenshot say, “Instant move up” and “20 HP restored.” The next screenshot with the girl and Eevee says “Let’s go!” The final screenshot with the Piplup is how the overworld will look and says, “The water gate opened.”

    As you can see in the game screenshots below, it appears you manipulate your Pokemon on the field, sort of like in Pokemon Ranger. You can order them to fire attacks and whatnot. The full extent of this system is currently unknown, as is the game’s overall goal. Other than what is posted here, we literally know nothing else about the game at this time, but hopefully more information will be revealed within the next month on Pokemon Smash and in CoroCoro magazine.

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    Thursday - December 15th, 2011 @ 2 AM PST -  By: Water Pokémon Master

    Purposefully a day late with this news because of yesterday’s big TCG update!

    This month’s CoroCoro has promised that next month’s issue will reveal a brand new Pokemon game! Whether or not it will be a main series game or a side game remains to be seen. The past three main series releases (BW, HGSS, Platinum) were all revealed in April and May of the years they were released, but this one is being announced in January, so we’ll see what happens. The game news may break before CoroCoro reveals it, such as on Pokemon Smash or at the Jump Festa trade show, so be sure to keep checking back here!

    If the new game is a main series game, the obvious contenders are Ruby and Sapphire remakes or a “Pokemon Gray.” Since Kyurem is in the 15th movie this summer, a “Pokemon Gray” seems more likely to be made first, especially if Kyurem gets a new Forme like Giratina did in the 11th movie (and with its odd design, it seems likely). Either way, we’ll find out soon what’s going on!

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    Thursday - December 15th, 2011 @ 2 AM PST -  By: Water Pokémon Master

    A new press release for Next Destinies has revealed that the set’s full art cards will feature a “special etching treatment never done before in the TCG cards industry.” Perhaps since Japan’s ultra rares feature beautiful holo paper that isn’t used in America (perhaps because the paper is not available internationally), TPCi is trying to give us something else special instead.

    Additionally, Reshiram-EX, Zekrom-EX, and Mewtwo-EX were revealed, as you can see below; click the thumbnails for larger images. So far, we know they as well as Kyurem-EX and Regigigas-EX will be in the set. Will the other three be Shaymin-EX, Kyogre-EX, and Groudon-EX?

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    Thursday - December 15th, 2011 @ 2 AM PST -  By: Water Pokémon Master

    The “V for Victini” tin is now available at many Wal-Marts for $17.98. It contains a holo Victini promo (BW32), a Victini figurine, five Noble Victories booster packs, and a TCGO card to unlock the promo. The Victini is from the Thundurus vs. Tornadus Gift Set, which itself is a reprint of Victini #14 from Noble Victories. Click the thumbnails below to enlarge the images; thanks goes to Omahanime for the scan.

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    Thursday - December 15th, 2011 @ 2 AM PST -  By: Water Pokémon Master

    A Noble Victories one-pack blister is now available at stores like Target and Wal-Mart for $3.99. It comes with BW25 promo Scraggy, a Noble Victories booster pack, and a “Sample Pack” containing three random common cards from the set. Click the thumbnail below for a larger image.

    Scraggy Black and White Promo (BW25)
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    Thursday - December 15th, 2011 @ 2 AM PST -  By: Water Pokémon Master

    The Insect Badge season will be starting at many Pokemon Leagues soon: you can earn reverse holo Whirlipede and Psychic Energy reprints as well as an Insect Badge pin, as you can see below. Thanks goes to PJ Lincoln and PK6 for the scans; click them for larger images. To see a list of all the promos you can earn this League year, check out this news story.

    Whirlipede and Psychic Energy Pokemon League Insect Badge Season Promos Insect Badge Season Badge Book Insect Badge Season Badge Book
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    Wednesday - December 14th, 2011 @ 2 AM PST -  By: Water Pokémon Master

    Update #3 (6:00 AM) – Corrected Rare Candy’s translation. | Update #2 (5:45 AM) – All translations are now below thanks to our superstar, Bangiras! | Update (5:00 AM) – A shiny Pokemon Catcher reprint and a shiny Archeops reprint are secret ultra rares in the set along with Gardevoir. Their scans are last below. All the translations should be up within an hour.

    Thanks to Toho, we now have scans of all the cards in BW4 Dark Rush several days before the booster packs hit store shelves! As usual, translations are below courtesy of Bangiras! Click the thumbnails below for larger images and use your left and right arrow keys to scroll through them like a slideshow.

    The set features Entei-EX, Raikou-EX, Tornadus-EX, and Darkrai-EX. The ultra rares are a shiny Gardevoir reprint, Pokemon Catcher reprint, and Archeops reprint. Thanks also goes to Gin and Viper.Fox for assisting us with this news story!

    BW4 Dark Rush - Bulbasaur

    Bulbasaur – Grass – HP60
    Basic Pokemon

    [G] Tackle: 10 damage.
    [G][C][C] Razor Leaf: 30 damage.

    Weakness: Fire (x2)
    Resistance: Water (-20)
    Retreat: 2

    1/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Ivysaur

    Ivysaur – Grass – HP90
    Stage 1 – Evolves from Bulbasaur

    [G][C] Sleep Powder: 20 damage. The opponent’s Active Pokemon is now Asleep.
    [G][G][C] Poison Powder: 50 damage. The opponent’s Active Pokemon is now Poisoned.

    Weakness: Fire (x2)
    Resistance: Water (-20)
    Retreat: 3

    2/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Venusaur

    Venusaur – Grass – HP140
    Stage 2 – Evolves from Ivysaur

    Ability: Floral Scent
    Choose 1 Pokemon card from your deck, show it to your opponent, and put it in your hand. Shuffle your deck afterward. This ability can be used 1 time during your turn.

    [G][G][C][C] Poison Powder: 70 damage. The opponent’s Active Pokemon is now Poisoned.

    Weakness: Fire (x2)
    Resistance: Water (-20)
    Retreat: 4

    3/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Carnivine

    Carnivine – Grass – HP90
    Basic Pokemon

    [G] Poison Lure: Choose 1 of your opponent’s Benched Pokemon and switch it with his or her Active Pokemon. After that, the new Active Pokemon is now Poisoned.
    [G][G][C] Spit Blow: Return the opponent’s Active Pokemon and all cards attached to it to your opponent’s hand.

    Weakness: Fire (x2)
    Resistance: Water (-20)
    Retreat: 2

    4/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Karrablast

    Karrablast – Grass – HP60
    Basic Pokemon

    [C] Smack: 10 damage.
    [C][C][C] Confront: 40 damage. This Pokemon also does 10 damage to itself.

    Weakness: Fire (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1

    5/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Shelmet

    Shelmet – Grass – HP60
    Basic Pokemon

    [G][G] Body Slam: 20 damage. Flip a coin, if heads the opponent’s Active Pokemon is now Paralyzed.

    Weakness: Fire (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 3

    6/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Accelgor

    Accelgor – Grass – HP90
    Stage 1- Evolves from Shelmet

    [G] Haymaker: 20 damage.
    [C][C] Strike and Fade: 50 damage. The opponent’s Active Pokemon is now Poisoned and Paralyzed. Return this Pokemon and all cards attached to it to your deck. Shuffle your deck afterward.

    Weakness: Fire (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 0
    7/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Flareon

    Flareon – Fire – HP90
    Stage 1- Evolves from Eevee

    [C] Sand-Attack: 20 damage. During your opponent’s next turn, when the opponent’s Active Pokemon that was hit by this attack uses one of its attacks, your opponent flips a coin. If tails, that attack fails.
    [R][C][C] Fire Slash: 60 damage. You may choose 1 Fire Energy attached to this Pokemon and discard it. If you do, this attack does an additional 30 damage.

    Weakness: Water (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1

    8/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Entei EX

    Entei EX – Fire – HP180
    Basic Pokemon

    [R][C] Fire Fang: 30 damage. The opponent’s Active Pokemon is now Burned.
    [R][R][C] Grand Flame: 90 damage. Choose 1 Fire Energy card from your discard pile and attach it to one of your Benched Pokemon.

    Pokemon-EX Rule: When Pokemon-EX is Knocked Out, your opponent takes 2 Prize cards.

    Weakness: Water (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 3

    9/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Torchic

    Torchic – Fire – HP60
    Basic Pokemon

    [R] Peck: 10 damage.
    [R][C] Live Coals: 20 damage.

    Weakness: Water (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1

    10/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Combusken

    Combusken – Fire – HP80
    Stage 1 – Evolves from Torchic

    [C] Double Kick: Flip 2 coins, this attack does 20 damage times the number of heads.
    [R][R][C] Flamethrower: 70 damage. Choose 1 Energy attached to this Pokemon and discard it.

    Weakness: Water (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1

    11/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Blaziken

    Blaziken – Fire – HP140
    Stage 2 – Evolves from Combusken

    [R][C] Blaze Kick: 40 damage. Flip a coin, if heads this attack does an additional 30 damage. If tails the opponent’s Active Pokemon is now Burned.
    [R][R][C] Flamethrower: 130 damage. Choose 1 Energy attached to this Pokemon and discard it.

    Weakness: Water (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 2

    12/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Heatmor

    Heatmor – Fire – HP90
    Basic Pokemon

    [C] Hot Tongue: 10 damage. If the opponent’s Active Pokemon is Durant, this attack does an additional 50 damage.
    [R][C][C] Firebreathing: 50 damage. Flip a coin, if heads this attack does an additional 20 damage.

    Weakness: Water (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1

    13/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Larvesta

    Larvesta – Fire – HP80
    Basic Pokemon

    [C][C] Ram: 20 damage.
    [R][R][C] Flare: 40 damage.

    Weakness: Water (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 3

    14/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Volcarona

    Volcarona – Fire – HP110
    Stage 1 – Evolves from Larvesta

    Ability: Burning Scales
    As long as this Pokemon is in play, the number of damage counters placed on your opponent’s Burned Pokemon in between turns is now 4.

    [R][C][C] Heat Wind: 70 damage. You may choose 1 Energy attached to this Pokemon and discard it. If you do, the opponent’s Active Pokemon is now Burned.

    Weakness: Water (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 3

    15/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Slowpoke

    Slowpoke – Water – HP70
    Basic Pokemon

    [C] Big Yawn: This Pokemon and the opponent’s Active Pokemon are now Asleep.
    [W][C] Random Strike: 20 damage. Flip 2 coins, if even 1 is tails this attack fails.

    Weakness: Lightning (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 3

    16/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Slowbro

    Slowbro – Water – HP100
    Stage 1 – Evolves from Slowpoke

    Ability: Sky High
    When you have 6, 4, or 2 Prize cards remaining, this Pokemon can’t use any attacks.

    [W][C] Lazy Headbutt: 80 damage. This Pokemon is now Asleep.

    Weakness: Lightning (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 3

    17/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Vaporeon

    Vaporeon – Water – HP110
    Stage 1 – Evolves from Eevee

    [C] Muddy Water: 20 damage. Choose 1 of your opponent’s Benched Pokemon and that Pokemon also takes 20 damage. (Don’t apply Weakness and Resistance when damaging the Bench.)
    [W][C][C] Spiral Drain: 60 damage. This Pokemon recovers 20 HP.

    Weakness: Lightning (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 2

    18/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Piplup

    Piplup – Water – HP60
    Basic Pokemon

    [W] Fury Attack: Flip 3 coins, this attack does 10 damage times the number of heads.

    Weakness: Lightning (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1

    19/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Prinplup

    Prinplup – Water – HP80
    Stage 1 – Evolves from Piplup

    [C] Sharp Wing: 20 damage.
    [W][C][C] Fury Attack: Flip 3 coins, this attack does 30 damage times the number of heads.

    Weakness: Lightning (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 2

    20/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Empoleon

    Empoleon – Water – HP140
    Stage 2 – Evolves from Prinplup

    Ability: Diving Draw
    Choose 1 card from your hand and discard it. Then, draw 2 cards from your deck. You can use this ability 1 time during your turn.

    [W] Attack Command: Does 10 damage times the total number of Pokemon in play.

    Weakness: Lightning (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 2

    21/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Ducklett

    Ducklett – Water – HP60
    Basic Pokemon

    [W][C] Water Pulse: 20 damage. The opponent’s Active Pokemon is now Asleep.

    Weakness: Lightning (x2)
    Resistance: Fighting (-20)
    Retreat: 1

    22/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Swanna

    Swanna – Water – HP90
    Stage 1 – Evolves from Ducklett

    [W] Healing Dance: Restore 30 HP to each of your Pokemon.
    [W][W][C] Continuous Peck: 60 damage. Flip a coin until you get tails, this attack does an additional 20 damage times the number of heads.

    Weakness: Lightning (x2)
    Resistance: Fighting (-20)
    Retreat: 1

    23/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Jolteon

    Jolteon – Lightning – HP90
    Stage 1 – Evolves from Eevee

    [C] Elec-Gun: 20 damage. You may choose 1 Lightning Energy attached to this Pokemon and discard it. If you do, this attack does an additional 40 damage.
    [L][C][C] Pin Missile: Flip 4 coins, this attack does 40 damage times the number of heads.

    Weakness: Fighting (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 0
    24/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Raikou EX

    Raikou EX – Lightning – HP170
    Basic Pokemon

    [L][C] Thunder Fang: 30 damage. Flip a coin, if heads the opponent’s Active Pokemon is now Paralyzed.
    [L][L][C] Voltage Arrow: Discard all Lightning Energy attached to this Pokemon, then do 100 damage to 1 of your opponent’s Pokemon. (Don’t apply Weakness and Resistance when damaging the Bench.)

    Pokemon-EX Rule: When Pokemon-EX is Knocked Out, your opponent takes 2 Prize cards.

    Weakness: Fighting (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1

    25/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Plusle

    Plusle – Lightning – HP60
    Basic Pokemon

    [C] Tag Draw: Return your entire hand to your deck, then shuffle your deck. Afterwards, draw 4 cards from your deck. If you have any Minun on your Bench, draw an additional 4 cards.
    [L] Plus Ion: 20 damage. Flip a coin, if heads this attack does an additional 10 damage.

    Weakness: Fighting (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1

    26/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Minun

    Minun – Lightning – HP60
    Basic Pokemon

    [C] Minus Ion: During your opponent’s next turn, any damage done by the attacks of the opponent’s Active Pokemon that was hit by this attack is reduced by 30.
    [L] Elec-Shower: Does 10 damage to each of your opponent’s Pokemon. (Don’t apply Weakness and Resistance when damaging the Bench.)

    Weakness: Fighting (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1

    27/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Joltik

    Joltik – Lightning – HP30
    Basic Pokemon

    [L] Static: 20 damage.

    Weakness: Fighting (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1

    28/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Galvantula

    Galvantula – Lightning – HP80
    Stage 1 – Evolves from Joltik

    [L] Quick Turn: Flip 2 coins, this attack does 20 damage times the number of heads.
    [L][C] Electric Vigor: 30 damage. If the opponent’s Active Pokemon has no Retreat cost, this attack does an additional 40 damage.

    Weakness: Fighting (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1

    29/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Tynamo

    Tynamo – Lightning – HP40
    Basic Pokemon

    [C] Charge Beam: 10 damage. Flip a coin, if heads choose 1 Energy card from your discard pile and attach it to this Pokemon.

    Weakness: Fighting (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1

    30/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Eelektrik

    Eelektrik – Lightning – HP90
    Stage 1 – Evolves from Tynamo

    [C] Headbutt: 20 damage.
    [L][L][C] Shock Bolt: 80 damage. Discard all Lightning Energy attached to this Pokemon.

    Weakness: Fighting (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 2

    31/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Eelektrokss

    Eelektross – Lightning – HP140
    Stage 2 – Evolves from Eelektrik

    [L][C][C] Vacuum Heal: 40 damage. Restore this Pokemon’s HP by an amount equaling the damage done to the opponent’s Active Pokemon by this attack.
    [L][L][C][C] Latch and Torment: Choose 1 of your opponent’s Benched Pokemon and switch it with his or her Active Pokemon. Then do 60 damage to the new Active Pokemon.

    Weakness: Fighting (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 3

    32/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Espeon

    Espeon – Psychic – HP90
    Stage 1 – Evolves from Eevee

    Ability: Solar Miracle
    As long as this Pokemon is in play, prevent all effects of your opponent’s Pokemon’s attacks done to any of your Pokemon with Energy attached to them.

    [P][C][C] Psychic Report: 60 damage. Look at your opponent’s hand.

    Weakness: Psychic (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1

    33/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Slowking

    Slowking – Psychic – HP90
    Stage 1 – Evolves from Slowpoke

    [P] Psyshock: 20 damage. Flip a coin, if heads the opponent’s Active Pokemon is now Paralyzed.
    [P][C][C] Hand Press: 50 damage. If you have more cards in your hand than your opponent has in his or her hand, this attack does an additional 30 damage.

    Weakness: Psychic (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 2

    34/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Woobat

    Woobat – Psychic – HP50
    Basic Pokemon

    [P] Supersonic: Flip a coin, if heads the opponent’s Active Pokemon is now Confused.
    [P][C] Heart Stamp: 20 damage.

    Weakness: Lightning (x2)
    Resistance: Fighting (-20)
    Retreat: 1

    35/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Swoobat

    Swoobat – Psychic – HP90
    Stage 1 – Evolves from Woobat

    [P] Psychic Shot: 30 damage.
    [P][C] Fat Sound: Flip 3 coins, this attack does 10 damage times the number of heads to each of your opponent’s Pokemon. (Don’t apply Weakness and Resistance when damaging the Bench.)

    Weakness: Lightning (x2)
    Resistance: Fighting (-20)
    Retreat: 1

    36/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Yamask

    Yamask – Psychic – HP60
    Basic Pokemon

    [C] Surprise: 10 damage. Flip a coin, if heads choose 1 card from your opponent’s hand without looking. Then, look at the card you chose, return it to your opponent’s deck and shuffle the deck.

    Weakness: Darkness (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1

    37/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Cofagrigus

    Cofagrigus – Psychic – HP100
    Stage 1 – Evolves from Yamask

    [C][C] Litter: Discard any number of Pokemon Tool cards from your hand, and this attack does 40 damage times the number of cards discarded in this way.
    [P][P] Lock Up: 40 damage. During your opponent’s next turn, the opponent’s Active Pokemon that was hit by this attack can’t retreat.

    Weakness: Darkness (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 2

    38/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Aerodactyl

    Aerodactyl – Fighting – HP90
    Revived Pokemon – Play Aerodactyl on your Bench with the effect of Old Amber

    Ability: Primal Scream
    As long as this Pokemon is in play, your Pokemon’s attacks do an additional 10 damage to any Active Pokemon.

    [C][C][C] Wing Attack: 40 damage.

    Weakness: Grass (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1

    39/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Drilbur

    Drilbur – Fighting – HP70
    Basic Pokemon

    [F][F] Scratch: 30 damage.

    Weakness: Water (x2)
    Resistance: Lightning (-20)
    Retreat: 2

    40/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Excadrll

    Excadrll – Fighting – HP120
    Stage 1 – Evolves from Drilbur

    [F] Tunnel Hole: Choose 1 of your opponent’s Benched Pokemon, and this attack does 30 damage to that Pokemon. (Don’t apply Weakness and Resistance when damaging the Bench.)
    [F][F] Excavation Attack: 50 damage. Choose 1 card from your discard pile, show it to your opponent, and put it in your hand.

    Weakness: Water (x2)
    Resistance: Lightning (-20)
    Retreat: 3

    41/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Umbreon

    Umbreon – Darkness – HP100
    Stage 1 – Evolves from Eevee

    [C][C] Shadow Drain: 30 damage. Restore this Pokemon’s HP by an amount equaling the damage dealt to the opponent’s Active Pokemon by this attack.
    [D][C][C] Slashing Strike: 80 damage. This Pokemon can’t use Slashing Strike during your next turn.

    Weakness: Fighting (x2)
    Resistance: Psychic (-20)
    Retreat: 2

    42/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Sableye

    Sableye – Darkness – HP70
    Basic Pokemon

    [C] Confuse Ray: 10 damage. Flip a coin, if heads the opponent’s Active Pokemon is now Confused.
    [D] Junk Hand: Choose 2 Trainer cards from your discard pile, show them to your opponent, and put them in your hand.

    Weakness: none
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1

    43/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Darkrai EX

    Darkrai EX – Darkness – HP180
    Basic Pokemon

    Ability: Darkness Cloak
    As long as this Pokemon is in play, all of your Pokemon with any Darkness Energy attached to them have no Retreat cost.

    [D][D][C] Night Spear: 90 damage. Choose 1 of your opponent’s Benched Pokemon, and this attack also does 30 damage to that Pokemon. (Don’t apply Weakness and Resistance when damaging the Bench.)

    Pokemon-EX Rule: When Pokemon-EX is Knocked Out, your opponent takes 2 Prize cards.

    Weakness: Fighting (x2)
    Resistance: Psychic (-20)
    Retreat: 2

    44/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Sandile

    Sandile – Darkness – HP70
    Basic Pokemon

    [C] Sand Burrow: Flip a coin, if heads prevent all damage done to this Pokemon by attacks during your opponent’s next turn.
    [D][C][C] Stab: 40 damage.

    Weakness: Fighting (x2)
    Resistance: Psychic (-20)
    Retreat: 2

    45/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Krokorok

    Krokorok – Darkness – HP90
    Stage 1 – Evolves from Sandile

    [C][C] Mud-Slap: 30 damage.
    [D][D][C][C] Stab: 70 damage.

    Weakness: Fighting (x2)
    Resistance: Psychic (-20)
    Retreat: 3

    46/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Krookodile

    Krookodile – Darkness – HP150
    Stage 2 – Evolves from Krokorok

    [D][C][C] Dark Stab: 60 damage. During your opponent’s next turn, the opponent’s Active Pokemon that was hit by this attack can’t retreat.
    [D][D][C][C] Ride the Wave: Does 40 damage times the number of Prize cards you’ve already taken.

    Weakness: Fighting (x2)
    Resistance: Psychic (-20)
    Retreat: 3

    47/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Zorua

    Zorua – Darkness – HP50
    Basic Pokemon

    [D] Ascension: Choose 1 card that Evolves from this Pokemon from your deck, and play it on top of this Pokemon to Evolve it. Shuffle your deck afterward.
    [C][C] Scratch: 20 damage.

    Weakness: Fighting (x2)
    Resistance: Psychic (-20)
    Retreat: 1

    48/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Zoroark

    Zoroark – Darkness – HP100
    Stage 1 – Evolves from Zorua

    [C][C] Beatdown: Does 20 damage times the number of Darkness-type Pokemon you have in play.
    [D][D] Dark Rush: Does 20 damage times the number of damage counters on this Pokemon.

    Weakness: Fighting (x2)
    Resistance: Psychic (-20)
    Retreat: 2

    49/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Vullaby

    Vullaby – Darkness – HP60
    Basic Pokemon

    [D] Whirlwind: 10 damage. Switch the opponent’s Active Pokemon with one of his or her Benched Pokemon. (Your opponent chooses the Pokemon to bring Active.)

    Weakness: Lightning (x2)
    Resistance: Fighting (-20)
    Retreat: 1

    50/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Mandibuzz

    Mandibuzz – Darkness – HP90
    Stage 1 – Evolves from Vullaby

    [D] Bone Rush: Flip a coin until you get tails, this attack does 30 damage times the number of heads.
    [C][C] Dark Pulse: Does 20 damage plus 10 damage times the total number of Darkness Energy attached to your Pokemon.

    Weakness: Lightning (x2)
    Resistance: Fighting (-20)
    Retreat: 1

    51/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Escavalier

    Escavalier – Steel – HP90
    Stage 1 – Evolves from Karrablast

    [M] Take Aim and Drop: 30 damage. Prior to doing damage, discard any Pokemon Tool cards attached to your opponent’s Active Pokemon.
    [M][M][C] Cavalry Spear: 70 damage. During your opponent’s next turn, this Pokemon has no Weakness.

    Weakness: Fire (x2)
    Resistance: Psychic (-20)
    Retreat: 3

    52/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Klink

    Klink – Steel – HP60
    Basic Pokemon

    [C][C] Smash Turn: 20 damage. Switch this Pokemon with one of your Benched Pokemon.

    Weakness: Fire (x2)
    Resistance: Psychic (-20)
    Retreat: 3

    53/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Klank

    Klang – Steel – HP80
    Stage 1 – Evolves from Klink

    [C][C] Charge Beam: 20 damage. Flip a coin, if heads choose 1 Energy card from your discard pile and attach it to this Pokemon.
    [M][C][C] Vicegrip: 50 damage.

    Weakness: Fire (x2)
    Resistance: Psychic (-20)
    Retreat: 3

    54/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Klinklank

    Klinklang – Steel – HP140
    Stage 2 – Evolves from Klang

    [C] Metal Blast: Does 20 damage plus an additional 20 damage times the number of Metal Energy attached to this Pokemon.
    [M][M][C][C] Lock Gear: 60 damage. Draw cards from your deck until you have 6 cards in your hand.

    Weakness: Fire (x2)
    Resistance: Psychic (-20)
    Retreat: 4

    55/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Chansey

    Chansey – Colorless – HP100
    Basic Pokemon

    [C] Sing: The opponent’s Active Pokemon is now Asleep.
    [C][C][C] Double-Edge: 60 damage. This Pokemon also does 30 damage to itself.

    Weakness: Fighting (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 3

    56/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Blissey

    Blissey – Colorless – HP130
    Stage 1 – Evolves from Chansey

    Ability: Softboiled
    Flip a coin, if heads restore 30 HP to your Active Pokemon. This ability can be used 1 time during your turn.

    [C][C][C] Double-Edge: 90 damage. This Pokemon also does 60 damage to itself.

    Weakness: Fighting (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 3

    57/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Eevee

    Eevee – Colorless – HP60
    Basic Pokemon

    [C] Surprise Attack: 20 damage. Flip a coin, if tails this attack fails.

    Weakness: Fighting (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1

    58/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Lillipup

    Lillipup – Colorless – HP50
    Basic Pokemon

    [C] Tackle: 10 damage.
    [C][C] Take-Down: 30 damage. This Pokemon also does 10 damage to itself.

    Weakness: Fighting (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1

    59/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Herdier

    Herdier – Colorless – HP80
    Stage 1 – Evolves from Lillipup

    [C] Roar: Switch the opponent’s Active Pokemon with one of his or her Benched Pokemon. (Your opponent chooses the Pokemon to bring Active.)
    [C][C] Tackle: 30 damage.

    Weakness: Fighting (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 2

    60/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Stoutland

    Stoutland – Colorless – HP130
    Stage 2 – Evolves from Herderrier

    [C][C][C] Special Fang: 40 damage. If this Pokemon has any Special Energy attached to it, this attack does an additional 40 damage.
    [C][C][C][C] Bay: 60 damage. During your opponent’s next turn, the opponent’s Active Pokemon that was hit by this attack has its attacks’ damage reduced by 30.

    Weakness: Fighting (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 3

    61/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Tornadus EX

    Tornadus EX – Colorless – HP170
    Basic Pokemon

    [C][C] Blow Through: 30 damage. If there’s a Stadium in play, this attack does an additional 30 damage.
    [C][C][C] Power Blast: 100 damage. Flip a coin, if tails choose 1 Energy attached to this Pokemon and discard it.

    Pokemon-EX Rule: When Pokemon-EX is Knocked Out, your opponent takes 2 Prize cards.

    Weakness: Lightning (x2)
    Resistance: Fighting (-20)
    Retreat: 1

    62/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Crash Hammer

    Crash Hammer – Trainer

    Choose 1 Special Energy attached to the opponent’s Active Pokemon 1 of your opponent’s Pokemon and discard it.

    You can use any number of Trainer cards during your turn.

    63/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Dark Patch

    Dark Patch – Trainer

    Choose 1 Basic Darkness Energy card from your discard pile and attach it to one of your Benched Darkness-type Pokemon.

    You can use any number of Trainer cards during your turn.

    64/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Rare Candy

    Rare Candy – Trainer

    Choose a Stage 2 Evolved Pokemon card from your hand that goes on top of the Stage 1 Evolution of 1 of your Basic Pokemon, and Evolve that Basic Pokemon. (This can’t be used on your first turn or on a Basic Pokemon that came into play during this turn.)

    You can use any number of Trainer cards during your turn.

    65/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Old Amber Aerodactyl

    Old Amber Aerodactyl – Trainer

    Look at the bottom 7 cards of your deck. Choose 1 Aerodactyl card and play it on your Bench. Return the remaining cards to your deck and shuffle your deck.

    You can use any number of Trainer cards during your turn.

    66/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Darkness Claw

    Darkness Claw – Tool

    Pokemon Tool: To use a Pokemon Tool, attach it to one of your Pokemon. Each Pokemon can only have 1 card attached, and the card remains attached.

    The attacks of the Darkness-type Pokemon that this card is attached to do an additional 20 damage to any Active Pokemon.

    You can use any number of Trainer cards during your turn.

    67/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Bad Team’s Jimu and Sabu

    Bad Team’s Jimu and Sabu – Supporter

    Flip a coin, if heads choose 3 cards from your opponent’s hand without looking. Then, look at those cards, return them to your opponent’s deck and shuffle the deck.

    You can only use one Supporter card during your turn.

    68/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Twist Mountain

    Twist Mountain – Stadium

    Each player may flip a coin once during his or her turn. If heads, he or she choose 1 Revived Pokemon card from his or her hand and plays it onto his or her Bench.

    You can only bring 1 Stadium card into play during your turn. If a Stadium with a different name comes into play, discard this card.

    69/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Entei EX

    Entei EX – Fire – HP180
    Basic Pokemon

    [R][C] Fire Fang: 30 damage. The opponent’s Active Pokemon is now Burned.
    [R][R][C] Grand Flame: 90 damage. Choose 1 Fire Energy card from your discard pile and attach it to one of your Benched Pokemon.

    Pokemon-EX Rule: When Pokemon-EX is Knocked Out, your opponent takes 2 Prize cards.

    Weakness: Water (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 3

    70/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Raikou EX

    Raikou EX – Lightning – HP170
    Basic Pokemon

    [L][C] Thunder Fang: 30 damage. Flip a coin, if heads the opponent’s Active Pokemon is now Paralyzed.
    [L][L][C] Voltage Arrow: Discard all Lightning Energy attached to this Pokemon, then do 100 damage to 1 of your opponent’s Pokemon. (Don’t apply Weakness and Resistance when damaging the Bench.)

    Pokemon-EX Rule: When Pokemon-EX is Knocked Out, your opponent takes 2 Prize cards.

    Weakness: Fighting (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1

    71/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Darkrai EX

    Darkrai EX – Darkness – HP180
    Basic Pokemon

    Ability: Darkness Cloak
    As long as this Pokemon is in play, all of your Pokemon with any Darkness Energy attached to them have no Retreat cost.

    [D][D][C] Night Spear: 90 damage. Choose 1 of your opponent’s Benched Pokemon, and this attack also does 30 damage to that Pokemon. (Don’t apply Weakness and Resistance when damaging the Bench.)

    Pokemon-EX Rule: When Pokemon-EX is Knocked Out, your opponent takes 2 Prize cards.

    Weakness: Fighting (x2)
    Resistance: Psychic (-20)
    Retreat: 2

    72/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Tornadus EX

    Tornadus EX – Colorless – HP170
    Basic Pokemon

    [C][C] Blow Through: 30 damage. If there’s a Stadium in play, this attack does an additional 30 damage.
    [C][C][C] Power Blast: 100 damage. Flip a coin, if tails choose 1 Energy attached to this Pokemon and discard it.

    Pokemon-EX Rule: When Pokemon-EX is Knocked Out, your opponent takes 2 Prize cards.

    Weakness: Lightning (x2)
    Resistance: Fighting (-20)
    Retreat: 1

    73/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Gardevoir

    Gardevoir – Psychic – HP110
    Stage 2 – Evolves from Kirlia

    Ability: Psychic Mirage
    As long as this Pokemon is in play, each Basic Psychic Energy attached to your Psychic-type Pokemon provides 2 units of Psychic Energy. This effect doesn’t stack, no matter how many Pokemon with this ability you have in play.

    [P][P][C][C] Mind Shock: 60 damage. This attack’s damage isn’t affected by Weakness or Resistance.

    Weakness: Psychic (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 2

    74/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Archeops

    Archeops – Fighting – HP130
    Stage 1 – Evolves from Archen

    Ability: Prehistoric Power
    As long as this Pokemon is in play, neither player can play any Pokemon from their hand to Evolve a Pokemon.

    [F][F][C] Rock Slide: 60 damage. Choose 2 of your opponent’s Benched Pokemon, and this attack also does 10 damage to those Pokemon. (Don’t apply Weakness and Resistance when damaging the Bench.)

    Weakness: Grass (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 2

    75/69


    BW4 Dark Rush - Pokemon Catcher

    Pokemon Catcher – Trainer

    Choose 1 of your opponent’s Benched Pokemon and switch it with his or her Active Pokemon.

    You can use any number of Trainer cards during your turn.

    76/69

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    Tuesday - December 13th, 2011 @ 4 PM PST -  By: Water Pokémon Master

    Update (7:15 PM) – We can also confirm that Luxray, Regigigas-EX, Kyurem-EX (full art), Bronzong, and Pokemon Center are in the set as well.

    We have obtained images of ten cards from Next Destinies: Amoonguss (#9/99), Moltres (#14), Articuno (#27), Kyurem-EX (#38), Beartic (#37), Musharna (#59), Darmanitan (#60), Beheeyem (#62), Scrafty (#74), and Cinccino (#85). Click the thumbnails below for larger images, and once opened, use your left and right arrow keys to scroll through them like a slideshow.

    All of the cards below originate from the Japanese BW3 Psycho Drive / Hail Blizzard set, which was released in Japan this past September. It appears that the new Pokemon-EX, as seen below with Kyurem-EX, will have no space between their name and “EX” like the old Pokemon-ex of Generation III. Remember, Next Destinies and its theme decks will be released in America on February 8th.

    Note: Our translation for Musharna originally said to return the remaining card to the bottom of your deck, but this is incorrect – it should be returned to the top like it says on the English card below (the translation on our BW3 page has now been corrected). Oddly, our error has made its way into the BW3 translations on a couple of other popular fan sites – go look for yourself (before they edit them *coughbulbapediacough*). While we have always been pretty certain that certain other fan sites take our card translations and rewrite them, this example is without a doubt proof-positive. Do your own translations, people. Seriously. We work hard here, especially Bangiras. If you want to use our original work, provide credit. It’s that simple.

    Amoonguss (#9) from Next Destinies Moltres (#14) from Next Destinies Articuno (#27) from Next Destinies Kyurem-EX (#36) from Next Destinies Beartic (#37) from Next Destinies Musharna (#59) from Next Destinies Darmanitan (#60) from Next Destinies Beheeyem (#62) from Next Destinies Scrafty (#74) from Next Destinies Cinccino (#85) from Next Destinies
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    Tuesday - December 13th, 2011 @ 4 PM PST -  By: Water Pokémon Master

    CoroCoro has now leaked in full, revealing that Kyurem vs. the Sacred Swordsmen will debut in Japanese theaters on July 14th next year, as you can see below. The movie teaser poster seems to depict Cobalion, Terrakion, and Virizion preparing to attack Kyurem. Oddly, they are staring at the center of the picture, not Kyurem’s face. It seems like they’re combining their powers into something, a sort of sword – could Keldeo be hidden behind the text?

    The magazine also has a few pieces of information, which Gin has kindly translated for us: “To protect Pokemon, they battled with mankind.” “What will happen between these three and Kyurem?” “Is it proof they are Sacred Swordsmen that they can use the skill ‘Sacred Sword?'” So it seems the trio’s basic back story of fighting mankind is preserved for the film. Kyurem’s description says, “Even its body is frozen due to its immense freezing powers.”

    Movie 15 Poster in CoroCoro

    In other movie news, the All About Pokemon Figures blog has done some research and has discovered that location scouting for this movie took place in Mexico. The blog also analyzed the movie logo that was revealed the other day and pointed out that it seems to represent the three Legendary Pokemon as well as Keldeo, as you can see below – you can see the three colors that represent them plus Keldeo’s reddish mane. More importantly, the blog pointed out that the movie logo’s filename on the official Pokemon website has “teaser” in it, meaning that the logo is not the final one and will probably be changed to include Keldeo early next year (not that we didn’t already figure that).

    Movie 15 Logo Analysis Hints at Keldeo

    The magazine did not reveal any new game information, which means the surprise announcement at this year’s Jump Festa trade show will probably just be the revealing of Keldeo, if even. (Though we could be surprised, who knows!)

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