In-Game Events Activated By Events

Like the Generation IV games, Pokémon Black & White have a number of areas of the game activated solely by having certain event Pokémon within the games. These events vary from giving you Pokémon, to items, to even special moves.

Celebi - Zorua

Location: Castelia City

Method:
The next gift Pokémon is the Illusion capable Pokémon, Zorua. To get Zorua, you will need to have first transferred Celebi over to Black & White using the Relocator. Once done, take Celebi to one of the buildings in Castelia City where you['ll see a girl with another girl who is apparently lost. Celebi will come out from its Pokéball and the lost girl will shed her illusion and turn out to be Zorua. Zorua will be offered to join you. However, you do need a Pokéball as one will be used up when you obtain it. It can be any ball.

Zorua
Level 10
OT:Yours
ID:Yours
Ability:Illusion
Hold Item:
None
??? Nature.
Date of Receiving
Castelia City. Caught at Lv. 10
Leer
Scratch
Pursuit
Fake Tears
Raikou, Entei, Suicune - Zoroark

Location: Lostlorn Forest

Method:
When you transfer Raikou, Entei or Suicune from your games to Black & White, you will be able to get access to the Lostlorn Forest area. This area will feature a character who mentions a Pokémon that has been known to create illusions. You will find a Pokémon matching one of the beasts that you didn't transfer over. If you send over Raikou, you will see Entei. Send over Entei and you'll see Suicune and send over Suicune and you'll see Raikou. When you attack, you'll see that it is in fact a Zoroark. This is the only way you can capture Zoroark.

Zoroark
Level 25
OT:Yours
ID:Yours
Ability:Illusion
Hold Item:
None
??? Nature.
Date of Capture
Lostlorn Forest. Caught at Lv. 25
Fury Swipes
Faint Attack
Scary Face
Taunt
Keldeo - Secret Sword

Location: Moor of Icirrus

Method:
When you obtain a Keldeo from a special event, if you take it to the Moor of Icirrus while also having Cobalion, Terrakion and Virizion within your team, you will learn about the history of Keldeo and how it was orphaned and raised by Cobalion, Terrakion and Virizion. He will then tell you that he can teach your Keldeo a special move; Secret Sword, a move unique to Keldeo

Name Type Cat. PP Att. Acc. Effect
Secret Sword 10 85 100 The user cuts with its long horn. The odd power contained in the horn does physical damage to the target.
Meloetta - Relic Song

Location: Castelia City

Method:
When you obtain a Meloetta from a special event, if you take it to the café in Castelia City, you will learn about how Meloetta lost its voice in times past. It will soon get inspired and will finally start singing. Doing so allows you to teach it the special move Relic Song, which will change Meloetta's form in battle whenever used

Name Type Cat. PP Att. Acc. Effect
Relic Song 10 75 100 The user sings an ancient song and attacks by appealing to the hearts of those listening. It may also induce sleep.
Genesect - Burn/Douse/Chill/Shock Drives

Location: P2 Lab

Method:
When you obtain a Genesect from a special event, if you take it to the P2 Lab, you will find a scientist in there. He will tell you about how he was the one who researched Genesect and modified it to aid in Team Plasma's plans, but failed to win the approval of N with his methods. He will challenge you to a battle. if you defeat him, he will gift you two special drives. These items, when attached to Genesect, will change the type of its special move; Techno Blast. There are four drives but they are exclusive to each game

Picture Name Effect Game
Burn DriveA cassette to be held by Genesect. It changes Techno Blast to a Fire-type move.Pokémon Black
Douse DriveA cassette to be held by Genesect. It changes Techno Blast to a Water-type move.Pokémon White
Chill DriveA cassette to be held by Genesect. It changes Techno Blast to an Ice-type move.Pokémon White
Shock DriveA cassette to be held by Genesect. It changes Techno Blast to an Electric-type move.Pokémon Black
 
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