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    FAQ/Walkthrough by RedIsPoetic

    Version: 2.20 | Updated: 10/22/12 | Search This Guide

    Table of Contents

    1. Introduction
    2. Basics
      1. Controls
      2. Exploring, Collecting and Battling
    3. Main Walkthrough
      1. Preparing For Your Adventure
      2. Aspertia City
      3. Route 19
      4. Floccesy Town
      5. Route 20
      6. Floccesy Ranch
      7. Floccesy Town - Alder's House
      8. Aspertia City Gym
      9. Route 20 - Onwards to Virbank City!
      10. Virbank City
      11. Virbank Complex
      12. Virbank City Gym
      13. PokeStar Studios
      14. Virbank City - Team Plasma Strikes!
      15. Route 20 - Chasing Team Plasma
      16. Virbank City - Headed For The Mainland
      17. Castelia City
      18. Castelia City Sewers
      19. Relic Passage - Castelia City Sewers Entrance
      20. Castelia City Gym
      21. Route 4
      22. Desert Resort
      23. Relic Castle - Desert Resort Entrance
      24. Join Avenue
      25. Nimbasa City
      26. Anville Town
      27. Old Nimbasa City Gym
      28. Route 5
      29. Route 16
      30. Lostlorn Forest
      31. New Nimbasa City Gym
      32. Nimbasa City - Team Plasma Strike Again!
      33. Route 5 & The Driftveil Drawbridge
      34. Driftveil City
      35. Route 6
      36. Chargestone Cave
      37. Driftveil City Gym
      38. PWT
      39. Plasma Frigate - PWT
      40. Relic Passage - PWT Entrance
      41. Relic Castle - Relic Passage Entrance
      42. Chargestone Cave - Onwards To Mistralton City!
      43. Mistralton Cave
      44. Mistralton City
      45. Route 7
      46. Celestial Tower
      47. Mistralton City Gym
      48. Lentimas Town
      49. Reversal Mountain
      50. Strange House
      51. Undella Town
      52. Undella Bay
      53. Route 14
      54. Abundant Shrine
      55. Route 13
      56. Lacunosa Town
      57. Route 12
      58. Village Bridge
      59. Route 11
      60. Opelucid City
      61. Route 9
      62. Shopping Mall Nine
      63. Opelucid City Gym
      64. Opelucid City - Team Plasma's Gone Too Far!
      65. Marine Tube
      66. Humilau City
      67. Humilau City Gym
      68. Route 22
      69. Route 21
      70. Seaside Cave
      71. Plasma Frigate - Route 21
      72. Giant Chasm
      73. Plasma Frigate - Giant Chasm
      74. Giant Chasm - The Final Chase
      75. Route 23
      76. Victory Road
      77. Pokemon League
    4. Post-Game Walkthrough
      1. Back At Aspertia City
      2. Skyarrow Bridge
      3. Pinwheel Forest
      4. Nacrene City
      5. Route 3
      6. Wellspring Cave
      7. Striaton City
      8. Dreamyard
      9. Route 2
      10. Accumula Town
      11. Route 1
      12. Nuvema Town
      13. Route 17
      14. Route 18
      15. Route 17 Again
      16. P2 Laboratory
      17. Route 18 Again
      18. Victory Road - Entering N's Castle
      19. N's Castle
      20. Tubeline Bridge
      21. Route 8
      22. Moor of Icirrus
      23. Icirrus City
      24. Dragonspiral Tower
      25. Giant Chasm - Kyurem
      26. Black City
      27. White Forest
      28. Route 15
      29. Marvelous Bridge
      30. Cave of Being
      31. Reversal Mountain - Heatran
      32. Clay Tunnel
      33. Underground Ruins
      34. Twist Mountain
      35. Abyssal Ruins
    5. Other Areas
      1. Surf Required Areas
      2. Waterfall Required Areas
      3. Battle Subway
      4. Pokemon Musicals
      5. Big Stadium
      6. Small Court
      7. Pokemon World Tournament
    6. Appendices
      1. Legendary Pokemon
      2. Type Vs. Type Chart
      3. Medal List
      4. Move List
      5. Shop List
      6. Item List - General
      7. Item List - Medicine
      8. Item List - Berries
      9. Item List - TMs & HMs
      10. Item List - Key Items
    7. Version History
    8. Legal Notice
    9. Contact Me
    10. Credits
    11. Final Word

        • If held by a Pokemon, it restores the user's HP in a pinch, but will cause confusion if it hates the taste.
        • If held by a Pokemon, it raises its Sp. Def stat in a pinch.
        • If held by a Pokemon, it defrosts it.
        • Weakens a supereffective Steel-type attack against the holding Pok?on.
        • A Berry which is very rare in the Unova region. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
        • A Berry which is very rare in the Unova region. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
        • Weakens a supereffective Rock-type attack against the holding Pokemon.
        • If held by a Pokemon, it recovers from paralysis.
        • If held by a Pokemon, it recovers from sleep.
        • Weakens a Normal-type attack against the Pokemon holding this berry.
        • Weakens a supereffective Fighting-type attack against the holding Pokemon.
        • Weakens a supereffective Flying-type attack against the holding Pokemon.
        • Weakens a supereffective Dark-type attack against the holding Pokemon.
        • A Berry which is very rare in the Unova region. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
        • If held by a Pokemon, it gets to move first just once in a pinch.
        • A Berry which is very rare in the Unova region. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
        • If held by a Pokemon, it restores its HP if it is hit by any supereffective attack.
        • If held by a Pokemon, it restores the user's HP in a pinch, but will cause confusion if it hates the taste.
        • If held by a Pokemon, it raises its Defense stat in a pinch.
        • Using it on a Pokemon makes it more friendly, but it also lowers its base Sp. Def stat.
        • Weakens a supereffective Dragon-type attack against the holding Pokemon.
        • Using it on a Pokemon makes it more friendly, but it also lowers its base Sp. Atk stat.
        • If held by a Pokemon, it restores the user's HP in a pinch, but will cause confusion if it hates the taste.
        • If held by a Pokemon and a physical attack lands, the attacker also takes damage.
        • Weakens a supereffective Ghost-type attack against the holding Pokemon.
        • Weakens a supereffective Poison-type attack against the holding Pokemon.
        • Using it on a Pokemon makes it more friendly, but it also lowers its base Attack stat.
        • If held by a Pokemon, it raises its critical-hit ratio in a pinch.
        • If held by a Pokemon, it restores a move's PP by 10.
        • If held by a Pokemon, it raises its Attack stat in a pinch.
        • If held by a Pokemon, it recovers from any status problem.
        • If held by a Pokemon, it restores the user's HP in a pinch, but will cause confusion if it hates the taste.
        • A Berry which is very rare in the Unova region. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
        • If held by a Pokemon, it raises the accuracy of a move just once in a pinch.
        • A Berry which is very rare in the Unova region. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
        • A Berry which is very rare in the Unova region. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
        • Weakens a supereffective Fire-type attack against the holding Pokemon.
        • If held by a Pokemon, it heals the user by just 10 HP.
        • A Berry which is very rare in the Unova region. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
        • Weakens a supereffective Water-type attack against the holding Pokemon.
        • Weakens a supereffective Psychic-type attack against the holding Pokemon.
        • If held by a Pokemon, it recovers from poison.
        • If held by a Pokemon, it recovers from confusion.
        • If held by a Pokemon, it raises its Sp. Atk stat in a pinch.
        • A Berry which is very rare in the Unova region. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
        • Using it on a Pokemon makes it more friendly, but it also lowers its base HP.
        • Using it on a Pokemon makes it more friendly, but it also lowers its base Defense stat.
        • A Berry which is very rare in the Unova region. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
        • If held by a Pokemon, it recovers from a burn.
        • A Berry which is very rare in the Unova region. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
        • Weakens a supereffective Grass-type attack against the holding Pokemon.
        • If held by a Pokemon and a special attack lands, the attacker also takes damage.
        • If held by a Pokemon, it raises its Speed stat in a pinch.
        • Weakens a supereffective Ground-type attack against the holding Pokemon.
        • If held by a Pokemon, it heals the user's HP a little.
        • A Berry which is very rare in the Unova region. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
        • If held by a Pokemon, it sharply raises one of its stats in a pinch.
        • Using it on a Pokemon makes it more friendly, but it also lowers its base Speed stat.
        • Weakens a supereffective Bug-type attack against the holding Pokemon.
        • Weakens a supereffective Electric-type attack against the holding Pokemon.
        • A Berry which is very rare in the Unova region. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
        • A Berry which is very rare in the Unova region. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
        • If held by a Pokemon, it restores the user's HP in a pinch, but will cause confusion if it hates the taste.
        • Weakens a supereffective Ice-type attack against the holding Pokemon.

    Teaches: Dragon Claw

    Found At: [Dragonspiral Tower - 5F]]

    Teaches: Calm Mind

    Found At: Striaton City Poke Mart

    Teaches: Roar

    Found At: Route 23

    Teaches: Toxic

    Found At: Seaside Cave B1F

    Teaches: Hail

    Fount At: Mistralton City Poke Mart

    Teaches: Bulk Up

    Found At: Opelucid City Poke Mart

    Teaches: Venoshock

    Found At: Virbank City Gym

    Teaches: Sunny Day

    Found At: Mistralton City Poke Mart

    Teaches: Taunt

    Found At: Route 23

    Teaches: Ice Beam

    Found At: Giant Chasm - Main Cave

    Teaches: Blizzard

    Found At: Lacunosa Town Poke Mart

    Teaches: Hyper Beam

    Found At: Shopping Mall Nine (Route 9)

    Teaches: Light Screen

    Found At: Nimbasa City Poke Mart

    Teaches: Rain Dance

    Found At: Mistralton City Poke Mart

    Teaches: Telekinesis

    Found At: Route 18

    Teaches: Frustration

    Found At: Floccesy Ranch

    Teaches: Thunderbolt

    Found At: Victory Road - Black 2 Version/Victory Road - White 2 Version

    Teaches: Thunder

    Found At: Lacunosa Town Poke Mart

    Teaches: Earthquake

    Found At: Route 15

    Teaches: Return

    Found At: Aspertia City Gym

    Teaches: Dig

    Found At: Route 4

    Teaches: Psychic

    Found At: Route 13

    Teaches: Reflect

    Found At: Nimbasa City Poke Mart

    Teaches: Flamethrower

    Found At: Route 23

    Teaches: Sludge Bomb

    Found At: Route 8

    Teaches: Sandstorm

    Found At: Mistralton City Poke Mart

    Teaches: Fire Blast

    Found At: Lacunosa Town Poke Mart

    Teaches: Aerial Ace

    Found At: Mistralton City Gym

    Teaches: Torment

    Found At: Castelia City Sewers

    Teaches: Facade

    Found At: Marine Tube

    Teaches: Flame Charge

    Found At: Tubeline Bridge

    Teaches: Rest

    Found At: Game Freak Building (Castelia City)

    Teaches: Thief

    Found At: Inside Complex (Virbank Complex)

    Teaches: Low Sweep

    Found At: Wellspring Cave B1F

    Teaches: Echoed Voice

    Found At: Nimbasa City

    Teaches: Overheat

    ''Found At:' N's Castle

    Teaches: Focus Blast

    Found At: Wellspring Cave B1F

    Teaches: False Swipe

    Found At: Reversal Mountain

    Teaches: Scald

    Found At: Humilau City Gym

    Teaches: Charge Beam

    Found At: Lentimas Town

    Teaches: Sky Drop

    Found At: Mistralton City

    Teaches: Will-O-Wisp

    Found At: Celestial Tower 2F

    Teaches: Acrobatics

    Found At: Mistralton City Gym

    Teaches: Embargo

    Found At: Driftveil City

    Teaches: Shadow Claw

    Found At: Celestial Tower 4F

    Teaches: Payback

    Found At: Route 16

    Teaches: Giga Impact

    Found At: Shopping Mall Nine (Route 9)

    Teaches: Stone Edge

    Found At: Twist Mountain B1F

    Teaches: Volt Switch

    Found At: New Nimbasa City Gym

    Teaches: Thunder Wave

    Found At: Nimbasa City Poke Mart

    Teaches: Gyro Ball

    Found At: Nimbasa City Poke Mart

    Teaches: Struggle Bug

    Found At: Castelia City Gym

    Teaches: Bulldoze

    Found At: Driftveil City Gym

    Teaches: Rock Slide

    Found At: Mistralton Cave 3F

    Teaches: X-Scissor

    Found At: Route 7

    Teaches: Dragon Tail

    Found At: Opelucid City Gym

    Teaches: Work Up

    Found At: Aspertia City Gym

    Teaches: Poison Jab

    Found At: Moor of Icirrus

    Teaches: Dream Eater

    Found At: Dreamyard - Outside

    Teaches: Substitute

    Found At: Twist Mountain 2F

    Teaches: Flash Cannon

    Found At: Twist Mountain 2F

    Teaches: Trick Room

    Found At: Abundant Shrine

    Teaches: Wild Charge

    Found At: Victory Road - Black 2 Version/Victory Road - White 2 Version

    Teaches: Snarl

    Found At: Lostlorn Forest

    Teaches: Cut

    Teaches: Fly

    Teaches: Surf

    Teaches: Strength

    Teaches: Waterfall

    Teaches: Dive


        • A folding Bicycle that enables much faster movement than the Running Shoes.
        • A special device that forcibly Corless the powers of Pokemon. But it's a prototype, so it's unfinished.
        • Zekrom's body was destroyed and changed into this stone. It is said to be waiting for the emergence of a hero.

    [Black 2 Only]

        • A pair of linking pins to combine Kyurem and a Pokemon which were said to originally be one.
        • It checks for unseen items in the area and makes noise and lights when it finds something.
        • A LiveCaster picked up in Nimbasa City's Amusement Park. It seems the owner was a boy/girl.

    [Entry reads 'girl' if playing as a male and 'boy' if playing as a female]

        • A flower sometimes bundled in bouquets to convey gratitude on special occasions like birthdays.
        • A handkerchief that a regular visitor to Nacrene City's "Cafe Warehouse" dropped. Faintly smells of Pokemon.
        • A license card necessary to enter the Nature Preserve that very few people know of.
        • Reshiram's body was destroyed and changed into this stone. It is said to be waiting for the emergence of a hero.

    [White 2 Only]

        • A feather that glows like the moon. It is said to possess the power to dispel nightmares.
        • A stone formed when boulders melted in intensely hot magma, then hardened. Magma remains sealed inside.
        • A box-shaped machine that stores Medals and Medal information.
        • A mysterious unbelievable charm that when held, makes it easier for the Daycare Man to find eggs.
        • A convenient notepad that is used for registering your friends, Friend Codes, and keeping a record of game play.
        • A card key needed in the Plasma Frigate when entering the Password.
        • A lovely case to store colorful Props for your Pokemon to wear in a musical.
        • A famous Mahogany Town candy tourists like to buy and take home. It restores the HP of one Pokemon by 20 points.
        • A mysterious mirror that reflects the truth and changes Pokemon to their true forms.
        • A mysterious shining charm that when held, makes it easier to encounter shiny Pokemon.
        • An awesome, high-tech fishing rod. Use it by any body of water to fish for wild aquatic Pokemon.
        • A very convenient map that can be viewed anytime. It even shows your present location.
        • An amazing device that can record a battle either between friends or at a special battle facility.
        • A high-tech transceiver with a camera function. It allows up to four-way calls.

    Version History

    Version 0.05

    Dates: 3/06/2012

    Change Log:

    • Basic formatting complete
    • Introductory sections complete
    • Move list completed

    Notes: Just gathering information that I can safely say will remain the same between B/W and B/W 2. Getting excited to FAQ for it though!


    Version 0.38

    Dates: 26/06/2012 - 28/06/2012

    Change Log:

    • Completed up to and including Castelia City Gym!
    • Move list added in and some appendices begun!

    Notes: The walkthrough has been officially started! Morale is high! As of this update, the walkthrough guides the player up to the point where they earn the third Gym Badge. The next update should be Monday of next week, so check back here then! As of yet I'm unsure how large the next update will be, but I'll definitely aim for as much as I can!

    After next Monday I'll be in Sydney for a week and will have absolutely no time until the following weekend, so there will obviously be no updates for that period of time. Also note that a couple of optional areas have not been extensively covered as yet, but rest assured they will be covered in one of the upcoming updates. Other than that, enjoy and get your game on!


    Version 0.38b

    Dates: 29/06/2012

    Change Log:

    • A few various miscellaneous fix-ups
    • Corrected a mistake within the 1st Gym Leader battle tactics

    Notes: Nothing special, just a minor update between the proper updates. I hope the guide's been of help!


    Version 0.59

    Dates: 28/08/2012 - 04/09/2012

    Change Log:

    • PokeStation.net has been listed as a site which can host my FAQ
    • Walkthrough completed up to the beginning of the Driftveil City Gym and Chargestone Cave
    • Fixed all incorrect encounter rates (Thanks Serebii!)
    • Fixed a few minor typos that I came across
    • Provided some localised names for things that were previously unknown
    • Began Item List sections

    Notes: I sincerely apologise for taking so long to update the guide. =/ I hope that this update can make it up to you guys, eh? Let's hope the next major update isn't too far down the line at all. :)


    Version 0.70

    Dates: 07/09/2012 - 10/09/2012

    Change Log:

    Notes: Didn't get nearly as much time to FAQ as I would have liked this week, but I've still managed to get a fair bit done in the last few days. Hopefully I'll have completed the walkthrough up to the end of the 8th Gym Leader soon enough! :) Then it'll just be Victory Road, the Elite four and post-game stuff! I've left Mistralton Cave out of this update, but I'll add it in in a future update. I also seem to have totally missed Anville Town, so that'll be added in a later update. As well as that, I plan to add a section devoted to going back to all of the pre-Surf areas and talking you through how to find all of those items you missed before you could use Surf. I hope you enjoy!


    Version 1.00

    Dates: 11/09/2012 - 14/09/2012, 16/09/2012 - 18/09/2012

    Change Log:

    • Completed the rest of the main game walkthrough!

    Notes: Yes! Version 1.00, finally! Got most of it done throughout the week (up to the Plasma Frigate at Giant Chasm), but needed the weekend to finish off the final four areas. After this I'll be working on the few optional areas that I missed, as well as the White 2 versions of areas that I missed. After that, post-game stuff. Hopefully it'll all be up within the next couple of weeks! Until then, have fun with BW2! *Dies from exhaustion*

    Also, like jazz and haven't heard of Jamie Cullum? Well then check him the f*** out, immediately! The man's a genius!


    Version 1.10

    Dates: 25/09/2012 - 26/09/2012, 28/09/2012

    Change Log:

    • Added in the walkthrough for Route 14, Mistralton Cave and Strange House
    • Added in information for the Big Stadium and Small Court
    • Began adding in information on what can be collected from all of the areas pre-Surf once you have it. Same for Waterfall and all of the hidden items I missed before I received the Dowsing MCHN
    • Added in missing encounter charts for some of the areas
    • Fixed up the names of a few things that have been localised thanks to Serebii!

    Notes: Whoops! Almost forgot to include notes! Only a few more optional area things left to cover, then onto the post-game! Looks like it's going to be a little while before I can add in the White 2 exclusive areas, unfortunately, but they should still be up in a week or so. For now, enjoy the extra content, especially the freaking Big Stadium and Small Court stuff, that was a pain. It's the best source of information for it now, as far as I know. ;)


    Version 1.50

    Dates: 29/09/2012 - 01/10/2012

    Change Log:

    Notes: So, this is now officially the largest guide I've ever written, even larger than my rather sizeable SM3DL FAQ. That means that I've spent way too much time on it. Anyway, I've gotten a f**kload of stuff done over the weekend, so I hope you enjoy! :) My god, PWT took soooo long and takes up soooo much of this guide. More will be forthcoming throughout this week, so keep your eyes on my guide!


    Version 1.60

    Dates: 02/10/2012

    Change Log:

    Notes: Post-game time! *Dances* Whew! What a day! Ten and a half areas complete in one day? I call that progress! :) Enjoy and look out for more soon!


    Version 1.61

    Dates: 03/10/2012

    Change Log:

    Notes: Little more done, but not a whole lot. Would've been more if I didn't have to work all day today. Oh well!


    Version 1.70

    Dates: 04/10/2012 - 5/10/2012

    Change Log:

    Notes: Final update before US release! Whoopee! If you're reading this for the first time, hi! I hope you enjoy the game, and I hope you find this FAQ helpful! If you're from Europe or Australia, you're obviously going to have to wait until Friday or Thursday before you can get your hands on the game (don't worry, us Aussies live in the future, so it's basically only three days after the US ;D), then you'll be seeing at least one more update before it releases there.


    Version 1.71

    Dates: 08/10/12

    Change Log:

    Notes: Hope you Americans are enjoying BW2!


    Version 1.80

    Dates: 09/10/12

    Change Log:

    Notes: *Is up past midnight* Aussie release tomorrow! *Dances*


    Version 2.00

    Dates: 10/10/12

    Change Log:

    Notes: All Legendaries are finally accounted for! Awesome right?! I'm glad that writing this is coming to a close, seeing as it's taken so much effort. After this week, I'll (hopefully) be able to put this game on the backburner for a while and focus on other things.

    Let's hope that SBAlleh will let me mark this as complete. *Hopes* If he does, please don't forget to Recommend my FAQ (the button's at the top of the page). That is, of course, if you think my work's awesome. Trust me, it means a lot to any FAQ writer as it's basically the biggest way to say 'thanks'. That's all, so happy gaming lovely people!


    Version 2.05

    Dates: 11/10/12

    Change Log:

    Notes: Yay, it got marked as complete! This update we're seeing the rounding off of the final few areas within the game, as well as the beginning of localisation! That's right, I finally have the AU version of the game! :D Unfortunately, I've been a little slack over the last couple of days, taking a well-earned break. Let's hope I can get back into things over the weekend!


    Version 2.10

    Dates: 14/10/12 - 15/10/12

    Change Log:

    Notes: Wow, thanks to all of those that recommended my FAQ/Walkthrough! It truly means a lot and I'm glad to know that my work is appreciated, enough to become a Starred FAQ/Walkthrough. And a special thank you to those that took the time and went out of their way to send me an email, either to help out, thank me or both. That's insanely kind of you. Cheers!

    Anyway, all Item Lists are now done (Yay!). Now that I have the Engrish version, I can begin compiling Medal List information, Funfest Missions and more. To all of those people that have helped out, you'll notice that I haven't yet implemented the information you've given me, for most of you anyway. Not to worry though, I'll get around to it in due time! Hopefully you can be patient. :)


    Version 2.20

    Dates: 16/10/12 - 22/10/12

    Change Log:

    Notes: Slowly hacking through the final parts, although I've been horribly distracted by GTA: San Andreas, which I bought at the same time as White 2. I've apparently already pissed ~33 hours into it. I'm not sure when the next update is going to be, unfortunately! This coming week will be busy, but I'll try to get one in next week.

    Also, my FAQ won GameFAQs' FAQ of the Month for September 2012! (http://www.gamefaqs.com/features/fotm.html) It's now proven to be a quality guide. ;)

    Legal Notice

    Copyright © 2012 Jesse Paech (aka. RedIsPoetic). This guide is the property of Jesse Paech (aka. RedIsPoetic) and is protected under copyright laws. It cannot be reproduced or edited in any form, except with explicit permission. It is for personal use only, unless I grant permission to do otherwise. No profit is to be made from this guide, directly or indirectly, without my permission. Unless clearly stated otherwise, it is totally free. I take no responsibility for any error or mistake found within this guide.

    The following sites have my permission to host this guide:

    GameFAQs.com

    PokeStation.net

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    The last two sites have special permissions, which differ between the two. If you're finding that my work has been edited slightly (or a lot in the case of GamerGuides.com), it's not a Copyright violation.

    If you want this placed on your site, ask permission. It is illegal to host this on an unauthorized site.

    If you would like the guide placed on your site, email me:

    redis*poetic@hotm*ail.com

    [Remove the asterisks. Spam Bot avoidance FTW.]

    Make the subject of your email something related to the guide and I'll eventually end up reading it.

    If you are hosting this guide, make sure that you're updating the file on your site soon after the guide is officially updated on GameFAQs.

    Contact Me

    If you have any additions, constructive criticism, want to say thanks or anything relating to the guide in general feel free to contact me at:

    redis*poetic@hotm*ail.com

    [Remove the asterisks. Spam Bot avoidance FTW.]

    Make the subject 'Pokemon B2/W2' or something like that.

    No spam or any other crap though please.

    I'm happy to hear about almost anything including but not limited to:

    • typos
    • corrections on information
    • any missing information
    • formatting feedback
    • overall feel of guide
    • etc. etc.

    Of course, you will be credited for any help you give me (if it is actually helpful). Credit for major things will not only be given in the devoted 'Credits' section but also where the information is directly placed within the guide.

    Credits

    The following sites and software were used as sources:

    • Bulbapedia, used to verify trainer information including some romaji versions of their names, also used to quickly find the types of various Pokemon.
    • Serebii.net, used as a general guide on where to go, also used for updated Pokemon move lists and various little tidbits of information. As well as the almightily helpful Pokemon encounter rates!
    • Marriland, used to verify small tidbits of information here and there.
    • Pokedex 3D, used for information in the move list.

    A massive thank you goes to:

    • Game Freak, for once again making another great installment of Pokemon.
    • Bulbapedia, for providing an amazing Pokemon encyclopaedia.
    • Serebii.net, for providing a wealth of knowledge on all things Pokemon.
    • CJayC and SBAllen, for running GameFAQs.
    • NIWA, the Nintendo Independent Wiki Alliance. Having used various NIWA member sites' information as references for my guides, I appreciate and support the brilliant work done by them.
    • super_luigi16, for moral support, advice and for just being a bro. Check out his Pokemon Location Guide for this game, it's awesome!
    • R0cks0l1dd, for pointing out a mistake in the tactics for the Cheren Gym Leader battle.
    • Seb and Andrew, for wanting to turn my guide into a fully-fledged eBook, as well as sharing some information that's saved me a great deal of time.
    • PokeStation.net, for some very helpful software.
    • Ultimate_Nova_X for picking up on a mistake in my guide and post, asking for help on the Black 2 board. Also, thanks to PokeMaster who provided him with the answer to his problem and subsequently helped me out too!
    • Buckwheat TZA, for information on a number of Funfest Missions.
    • Stuart Lee, for pointing out a rather important mistake concerning the need to visit Route 22 before Seaside Cave. I hope no one else has had the same problem!
    • NixHex, for pointing out that I needed to localise the passwords for Plasma Frigate - Giant Chasm and helping me out with it.
    • Marie, for a number of helpful tidbits of information. :)
    • Bull5786, for helping out with how to reach an extra area in Castelia Sewers, which I probably would have otherwise missed.
    • Anthony, for minor help pertaining to the Skyla Mistralton Gym Battle
    • Dolier189, for pointing out an easy-to-miss event in Virbank Complex, as well as how to grab yourself an extra Rare Candy in Castelia City
    • DrifterSoul, for pointing out that the 'L' button actually has a function in battles.
    • Most importantly, You, the reader, for reading this guide. You're the reason that I write!

    Final Word

    And we conclude. This has been one hell of a project, but an immensely fun one at that. I hope this guide's served its purpose and I hope that you've had copious amounts of fun with Pokemon Black/White Version 2! Thanks for reading, and look out for more of my guides in the future!

    Chuckles dryly before running off making boat noises

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