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[[File:Black White Xtransceiver.png|thumb|250px|Xtransceiver artwork]]
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[[File:Black White Xtransceiver.png|thumb|right|Xtransceiver artwork]]
The '''Xtransceiver''' (Japanese: '''ライブキャスター''' ''Live Caster'') is a [[key item]] in [[Generation V]]. Introduced in {{game|Black and White|s}}, it has also made appearances in the spin-off media.
==In the games==
[[File:Key Xtransceiver m Sprite.png|framethumb|Male model obtain sprite from Black and White]]
[[File:Key Xtransceiver f Sprite.png|framethumb|Female model obtain sprite from Black and White]]
===In Pokémon Black and White===
The player obtains his or her Xtransceiver early in the game from their [[mom|mother]]. In the context of the game, it is a powerful communication tool, and allows the user to contact other Trainers; however, the player can only use it to talk to other players.
==In the anime==
[[File:Trip Xtransceiver.png|thumb|right|200px|[[Trip]]'s Xtransceiver in the anime]]
[[File:Battle Club Xtransceiver.png|thumb|left|200px|AAn Xtransceiver in the Battle Club computer]]
[[Trip]] was the first person seen with a Xtransceiver in the anime. It first appeared in ''[[BW010|A Rival Battle for Club Champ!]]'' where {{Ash}} contacted Trip on a built-in Xtransceiver in [[Luxuria Town]]'s [[Battle Club]] computer. It contacted Trip and Ash asked him for a battle.
==In the manga==
[[File:Xtransceiver Adventures.png|thumb|200px|right150px|Black's Xtransceiver in Pokémon Adventures]]
===In the Pokémon Adventures manga===
The Xtransceiver makes its first appearance in an advertising commercial for the device. The commercial shooting is interrupted by a wild {{p|Galvantula}} but {{adv|Black}} saves the day by defeating it. Later, he and {{adv|White}} are each given Xtransceivers as thanks.
==In the TCG==
'''Xtranseiver''' was introduced as an {{TCG|Item card}} in the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game]] during the English Black & White Series (the Japanese BW Era). First released in the Japanese {{TCG|Red Collection}}, it later debuted in English in the {{TCG|Noble Victories}} expansion, with both prints featuring an illustration by [[Ryo Ueda]]. Xtransceiver allows the player to flip a coin, and if is heads, add a {{TCG|Supporter card}} from their deck to their hand; the deck is shuffled afterwards.