tagline=Usohachi, Manene, Manyula revealed |
blurb=The May 2005 issue of CoroCoro has finally unmasked the 3 mysterious Pokémon silhouettes which have been circulating in the Pokémon community since last month, Usohachi, Manene, and Manyula. The issue also sheds light on the relationship between Lucario and Aaron.
right|Manyula, Manene and Usohachi]]
The May 2005 issue of CoroCoro has finally unmasked the 3 mysterious Pokémon sillhouettes which have been circulating in the Pokémon community since last month, Usohachi, Manene, and Manyula. Together with [[bp:Munchlax|Munchlax]] and [[bp:Lucario|Lucario]], this puts the total number of known [[bp:Generation IV|Generation IV]] Pokémon at 5.
The three new Pokémon will debut in the upcoming 8th movie, ''[[bp:Mew and the Wave-Guiding Hero: Lucario|Mew and the Wave-Guiding Hero: Lucario]], in Japan this summer.
Also revealed in this current
Corocoro issue is the [[bp:Elemental type|type]] of Lucario — an interesting combination of [[bp:Steel (type)|Steel]] and [[bp:Fighting (type)|Fighting]]. Lucario is seen using an energy attack in the movie 8 trailer, leading fans to believe that it must be at least part [[bp:Psychic (type)|Psychic]] or [[bp:Ghost (type)|Ghost]]. With its dual physical type, however, what could the type of this mysterious new attack be?
While most have suspected that Lucario is Aaron's Pokémon, the legendary wave-guiding hero, the relationship is actually that of disciple and master. CoroCoro speculates that they may ''both'' possess the mystical wave-guiding ability which stopped the ancient armoured Pokémon war many years ago.
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A Pokémon that likes to
fake tears. In the movie, it joins Ash and co. by a strange chance.