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Why does its game location say it is only found in Pokemon Black when this is not true? I can't figure out how to remove it from the it, though. Completed table code... [[User:BigWillieStyles|BigWillieStyles]] ([[User talk:BigWillieStyles|talk]]) 07:05, 8 December 2013 (UTC)
:Between Black and White, it is only in Black. White gets Thunderus instead. [[User:Crystal Talian|<span style="color:#9F00C5">Crystal</span>]] [[User talk:Crystal Talian|<span style="color:#FF00FF">Talian</span>]] 07:27, 8 December 2013 (UTC)
== Origins / Trivia ==
Tornadus's trivia / origin entries could be updated with an excerpt from the following Ken Sugimori quote from the May 2011 issue of Nintendo Dream Magazine (referring to the whole Forces of Nature trio):
“Mr Masuda asked for Pokemon based on Fūjin and Raijin, but the designs weren’t completed until late in the games’ development. I had a hard time figuring out how gods so closely resembling humans could become Pokemon. Asura statues have a really powerful presence, so I told the designer in charge to make their eyes large and intimidating. At first, Tornadus and Thundurus were designed as red and blue demons, but that was too similar to the designs of Sawk and Throh. As a result, Sawk and Throh’s horns were removed and replaced with eyebrows. Landorus wasn’t added until later when a change was made during the game’s development — he was designed as the god of land. In their official artwork, Tornadus and Thundurus are facing to the side, while Landorus is more symmetrical and facing forward — this was done to make Landorus stand out from the other two.”
Source: http://lavacutcontent.com/ken-sugimori-nintendo-dream/
[[User:Dr Lava|Dr Lava]] ([[User talk:Dr Lava|talk]]) 08:13, 27 May 2019 (UTC)