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Pokemon.com today officially revealed {{p|Arceus}}, the last Pokémon in the National Pokédex. Although English fans have known about Arceus since the release of {{bp|Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Versions|Pokémon Diamond and Pearl}}, it had not been officially announced. Arceus was revealed to the Japanese public earlier this year on February 14th but not to English players.
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Pokemon.com today officially revealed {{p|Arceus}}, the 493rd Pokémon in the {{bp|National Pokédex}}. Although English-speaking fans have known about Arceus since the release of {{bp|Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Versions|Pokémon Diamond and Pearl}}, it had not been officially announced. Arceus was revealed to the Japanese public on Feb. 14 but not to English-speaking players until today.
   
Pokémon.com also briefly mentions it's role in {{mv|12}} and {{bp|Advent of Arceus (TCG)|the TCG}}. Event dates are not yet known.
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Pokémon.com also briefly mentions Arceus' role in {{mv|12}} and {{bp|Advent of Arceus (TCG)|the TCG}}. Event and release dates are not yet known.
   
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==Information==
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===External links===
 
* [http://www.pokemon.com/#news_/XML/news_393.xml Pokemon.com]
 
* [http://www.pokemon.com/#news_/XML/news_393.xml Pokemon.com]
* [http://bulbanews.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Arceus_officially_revealed Arceus officially revealed to Japan]
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Arceus

Pokemon.com today officially revealed Arceus, the 493rd Pokémon in the National Pokédex. Although English-speaking fans have known about Arceus since the release of Pokémon Diamond and Pearl, it had not been officially announced. Arceus was revealed to the Japanese public on Feb. 14 but not to English-speaking players until today.

Pokémon.com also briefly mentions Arceus' role in M12 and the TCG. Event and release dates are not yet known.

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