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Dreams of new artwork come true

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Final images surface on Pokémon Dream World
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  • Thursday, April 14, 2011

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From Vullaby...

As most players of Pokémon Black and White will already know, the Pokémon Global Link and Pokémon Dream World are now accessible worldwide (if somewhat temperamental). With this launch and relaunch, the final pieces of Dream World art have been revealed, a dream come true for many Pokémon fans.

Previously, only 630 out of 646 revealed Pokémon had the iconic artwork. Aside from the version mascots Reshiram and Zekrom, no species with a National Pokédex number higher than 628 had had their art released. The remaining Pokémon, from Vullaby through to Kyurem now have their own artwork. The only Pokémon that do not have Dream World artwork are Keldeo, Meloetta and Genesect, none of which have been officially revealed by Nintendo.

The existing artwork had been available online since October last year. The delay in uploading the remaining artwork may be pinned to technological error.

Many items and characters also have had Dream World art released.

All the Dream World art has been collected on Bulbagarden Archives and can be viewed in the Pokémon Dream World category.

...to Kyurem

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