Talk:August CoroCoro scans leaked
It says Kltuz instead of Klutz. This also makes the bp redirect wrong. Mijzelffan 22:47, 13 July 2010 (UTC)
At first it says "Bel", then "Belle".—Urutapu 23:41, 13 July 2010 (UTC)
Gochiruzeru is the girl pokemon in black, and the start of her name, "gochi" is like derived from the Japanese spelling of the word "gothic," which makes sense, considering how she is dressed. What's strange about her is that she's the Celestial Body pokemon, and she has the ability Frisk and an attack called Magic Room. It will be interesting to see how she relates to her pokemon species, since she seems to be far from it in looks.
Rankurusu, the cute green thing, is the Amplification pokemon, though that translation of amplification relates more to electrical current, but it could be used for psychic power too. I'm curious to see which version of the game it appears in.
Munna and Musharna playing such a large role in the online and connectivity of the game makes me believe that they might be very rare in the game. I was pretty amazed at all the stuff that is unlocked with their dream smoke. -Oleandervine
The last sentence says it is assumed that it can be sent to black and white. Shouldn't it say that it is assumed that it can be sent to black and white to unlock something? I thought the legendary beasts confirmed that you could transfer Pokémon. Turtwig A 17:45, 14 July 2010 (UTC)
Incorrect info on Triple Battles
The article says "Triple battles are set up so that the middle Pokémon is able to target all 3 Pokémon, while the ones on the sides can only target their opposite sides."
However, CoroCoro and the official Japanese website both state (CoroCoro has pictures too) that the Pokémon on the sides are able to attack not just the Pokémon opposite them, but also the Pokémon in the middle.
「逆に真ん中のポケモンは相手のどのポケモンからも攻撃を受けることになる」 (Triple Battles section 1 picture 4, Japanese website)
While the Pokémon in the middle is able to hit all 3 opponents and also gets an attack boost, it's also the only one at risk of attack from all 3 opposing Pokémon at once, so there's a trade-off.
Also this page fails to mention "kanji mode", but I guess anyone who'd find that useful would read about it from the Japanese site anyway. Hyperworm 02:32, 16 July 2010 (UTC)