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Oha Suta reveals new information on HeartGold, SoulSilver events

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More information about Arceus, Notched-ear Pichu events
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  • Thursday, June 18, 2009
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The Japanese TV show Oha Suta has revealed new information on Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver in-game events.

The template for the level, HP, and name of Pokémon in battle is changed back into white, but its shape has changed from rectangular to trapezoidal shape. New battle theme can also be heard.

When the player goes to the Ilex Forest Shrine with the Pikachu-colored Pichu as its partner, the Notched-ear Pichu will be seen jumping from behind of the shrine. Then an old man arrives, explaining how did the Notched-ear Pichu appeared.

A battle of Igglybuff and Marill against the Notched-ear Pichu and the Pikachu-colored Pichu is seen for the first time. The Notched-ear Pichu is at level 30, female, has the moves Volt Tackle, Helping Hand, Swagger and Pain Split, Misdreavus's signature move. It has a different sprite compared to a regular Pichu as expected, with spike on its ears and has a different pose.

It also confirms that the Arceus players receive at movie theaters will unlock a snowy, dark ruins called 「シントいせき」 Shinto Ruins (presumably one of the new locations shown Johto), when traded from Diamond, Pearl and Platinum and brought to Ruins of Alph as its partner Pokémon. Cynthia can be found waiting inside the ruins for the player's arrival. Several Unown were seen together with Arceus, when it creates an egg of either Dialga, Palkia or Giratina.