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Talk:Pokémon Black and White Versions

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Korean version region lock
As seen in recent Pokémon news, [[shiny]] [[legendary beasts]], to be given away at the [[m13|new movie's]] premiere in Japan, will unlock a feature in the upcoming Black and White. This info also tells us it will somehow be compatible for trade between {{game|Diamond and Pearl|s}}, {{game|Platinum}}, and {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}}.
They have unique moves that are not normally known by {{p|Raikou}}, {{p|Suicune}} and {{p|Entei}}. Raikou will know {{m|Zap Cannon}}, {{m|Aura Sphere}}, and {{m|Weather Ball}} and will hold the [[Micle berryBerry]]; Suicune will know {{m|Sheer Cold}}, {{m|Air Slash}}, and {{m|Aqua Ring}} and will hold the [[Rowap berryBerry]]; and Entei will know {{m|Flare Blitz}}, {{m|Howl}}, and {{m|Crush Claw}} and will hold the [[Custap berryBerry]]. All three will also know {{m|ExtremespeedExtremeSpeed}}.
Please add this! - [[User:050294|050294]] 14:44, 17 April 2010 (UTC)
:::Here's the full list of Pokémon that are normally version exclusive but can be obtained through the [[Pokémon Dream World]]: Caterpie, Metapod, Butterfree, Murkrow, Honchkrow, Poochyena, Mightyena, Pidgey, Nidoran♀, Nidoran♂, Porygon (Japanese [[List of Pokémon Global Link promotions|event]]), Togekiss (event), Mareep, Hoppip, Wooper, Lotad, Surskit, Marill, Corphish, Starly, and Shinx. --[[User:Enervation|Enervation]] 18:14, 29 August 2011 (UTC)
::::Just so you know, we're excluding the Dream World from affecting version-exclusives. Like with the Pokéwalker (I don't know if it did actually affect version exclusives, but if it did we would ignore it). --[[User:SnorlaxMonster|<span style="color:#A70000">'''Snorlax'''</span>]][[User talk:SnorlaxMonster|<span style="color:#0000A7">'''Monster'''</span>]] 12:47, 30 August 2011 (UTC)
:::::Meowth{{Sup/4|SS}} and Sableye{{Sup/4|HG}} are found on the Pokewalker, but only on event routes. I was actually thinking about adding Dream World Exclusives to the Version Exclusives page? <small><span style="color:white; background-color:#007FFF">'''X'''</span>[[User:Vuvuzela2010|<span style="color:#007FFF; background-color:white">'''Vuvuzela2010''']]</span><span style="color:white; background-color:#007FFF">'''X'''</span></small> 17:05, 30 August 2011 (UTC)
== Separate letters? ==
Thank-you. {{unsigned|‎Blagdenwhiteraven}}
==Final boss==
* Black and White are the first main series games in which the region's {{pkmn|Champion}} is not the '''final boss''' before the [[credits]].
Is final boss really the appropriate word to use in this situation? I would hardly consider anyone in the Pokémon games to be considered a boss. --[[User:NOBODY|NOBODY]] ([[User talk:NOBODY|talk]]) 00:44, 12 May 2013 (UTC)
:I don't see how it's not; "boss" isn't the usual term the Pokemon fandom uses because we have more specific ones (Gym Leader, Elite Four, Champion, villainous team leader, etc), but it's still accurate. To quote {{wp|Boss (video gaming)|Wikipedia}}, ''Boss battles are generally seen at the climax of a particular section of the game, usually at the end of a stage or level, or guarding a specific objective, and the boss enemy is generally far stronger than the opponents the player has faced up to that point.[3]'' Gym Leaders and the Champion fit all these criteria:
:* climax of a section of the game - Defeating Gym Leaders allows the player to move into new areas of the world either through HM field moves or by lifting roadblocks, and by and large (though not without exception), the Gym is the most climactic or final occurrence in a city. The Champion, of course, is the climax of the entire game.
:* guarding a specific objective - Badges, of course.
:* stronger than previous opponents - Gym Leaders' Pokemon, of course, tend to have higher levels than other Trainers in their Gym and in the surrounding area.
:Just because we don't generally use the term "boss" in the fandom doesn't mean these characters aren't bosses. [[User:Pumpkinking0192|Pumpkinking0192]] ([[User talk:Pumpkinking0192|talk]]) 07:02, 12 May 2013 (UTC)
== more canon ==
Which one is? I don't see that mentioned anywhere.--[[User:Elveonora|Elveonora]] ([[User talk:Elveonora|talk]]) 10:25, 25 May 2014 (UTC)
Bump--[[User:Elveonora|Elveonora]] ([[User talk:Elveonora|talk]]) 13:17, 1 June 2014 (UTC)
:Nothing has ever been said about which one is more canon. --[[User:Funktastic~!|<span style="color:#009900">'''It's'''</span> <span style="color:#CC66FF">'''Funktastic~!'''</span>]][[User talk:Funktastic~!|<sub><small><span style="color:#99CCFF">''話してください''</span></small></sub>]] 13:47, 1 June 2014 (UTC)
== The title of the page should stay the same. ==
It has been suggested that the title of this article be renamed "Pokémon Black and White." I'm okay with the suggestion, but even though other territories don't use the word "version," North America does, so we should refer to them by their full North American names. Thank you. [[User:Crunchdog29|Crunchdog29]] ([[User talk:Crunchdog29|talk]]) 23:15, 25 September 2015 (UTC)
== Korean version region lock ==
* ''Reason: Confirmation as to whether or not the Korean versions are region-locked.''
I'm 95% sure that it's not region-locked, because I do recall playing my Korean Black cart on my USA DSi unit. In fact, here is a video of me inserting my Korean cart into my US DSi:
But then again, I forget if, despite the fact that it loads, it will actually play, or if I get a error message. For example, I can load Korean Gen 6 carts into a US 3DS, but it won't play in it. What happens with a Japanese BW cart in a non-Japanese DSi?
I will therefore look into this and get back to everyone about it as soon as I can. --- [[User:Nick15|Nick15]] ([[User talk:Nick15|talk]]) 19:11, 23 September 2017 (UTC)
** Ok, I have definitely confirmed that the Korean versions of both BW1 and BW2 are not region-locked, as they play perfectly fine in my US DSi system. So I updated the section to point that out, as well as remove the "Incomplete" box. I also made this change at BW2. -- [[User:Nick15|Nick15]] ([[User talk:Nick15|talk]]) 18:15, 5 September 2018 (UTC)