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  1. smalllady's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Antiproton
    Wow, smalllady, you continue to amaze me. I'd been taking these things for granted. Do you figure last year's celebi will have a role in the plot/backstory much like it unlocked the Giovanni bit in HG/SS, or that there'll be a new celebi/dialga event aimed at B/W2's giant chasm, then?
    I think the HG/SS Celebi has already served its role of uncovering Giovanni's backstory. And I don't think they would distribute another Celebi just to uncover the possible Kyurem/Ghetsis backstory, since Celebi is unrelated to the mythology of Unova (aside from unlocking the encounter with Zorua in Castelia City).

    If anything, I think certain NPCs (including Ghetsis) will only make brief references to this past encounter.
  2. Shiny Shinx's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by smalllady
    I said he has a thing for legendary Dragon-type Pokemon, and put "pseudo" in parentheses since Hydreigon is the exception.
    Oh. Oops.
  3. smalllady's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiny Shinx
    Well, you DID say that he has a thing for pseudo-legendaries, but I'm sayn' he does only 'cause he's the final boss of the game.
    I said he has a thing for legendary Dragon-type Pokemon, and put "pseudo" in parentheses since Hydreigon is the exception.
  4. Shiny Shinx's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by smalllady
    So why did you disagree when I referred to Hydreigon being a pseudo-legendary Pokemon? I wasn't discrediting Ghetsis' role as the final boss of the game.
    Well, you DID say that he has a thing for pseudo-legendaries, but I'm sayn' he does only 'cause he's the final boss of the game.
  5. Tsutarja's Avatar
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    Ah, I knew something was off with his arm. Your theory certainly is possible. :D
  6. Shiny Metagross's Avatar
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    Wow, smalllady, you continue to amaze me. I'd been taking these things for granted. Do you figure last year's celebi will have a role in the plot/backstory much like it unlocked the Giovanni bit in HG/SS, or that there'll be a new celebi/dialga event aimed at B/W2's giant chasm, then?
    Updated 19th March 2012 at 02:39 PM by Shiny Metagross (Edited to subscribe)
  7. smalllady's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiny Shinx
    Ok...And?
    So why did you disagree when I referred to Hydreigon being a pseudo-legendary Pokemon? I wasn't discrediting Ghetsis' role as the final boss of the game.
  8. Shiny Shinx's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by smalllady
    I wasn't referring to the difficulty level. Hydreigon is considered the pseudo-legendary Pokemon of Gen V.
    Ok...And?
  9. smalllady's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiny Shinx
    I agree with everything you said, except for the "pseudo" legendary part, 'cause he's like the Champion, you beat him, the credits roll. Game Freak had Ghetsis get Hydreigon 'cause they wanted it to be the toughest battle. You know what I mean? Just look at the other accual Champions.
    I wasn't referring to the difficulty level. Hydreigon is considered the pseudo-legendary Pokemon of Gen V.
  10. Karamazov's Avatar
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    Maybe Kyurem is N's mom, and Ghetsis's frostbitten arm was caused by their love?
  11. Shiny Shinx's Avatar
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    Wow. Alot of people here seem to anlize the whole Pokemon game fer awnsers for the next, or reasonability, or something like that.

    I agree with everything you said, except for the "pseudo" legendary part, 'cause he's like the Champion, you beat him, the credits roll. Game Freak had Ghetsis get Hydreigon 'cause they wanted it to be the toughest battle. You know what I mean? Just look at the other accual Champions.

    @smalllady
  12. smalllady's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by feralidos
    I think smalllady is right about the connection between the two. Ever noticed that the abyssal ruins and the puzzle cube are basicly twins,but where would we get the puzzle cube to solve it?
    This Puzzle Cube belongs to N, so N most likely still has it. As I said before, it's possible that N could entrust the Puzzle Cube to the player character, making it a key item related to the original dragon. But I think N will be the one to solve the Puzzle Cube.
  13. feralidos's Avatar
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    I think smalllady is right about the connection between the two. Ever noticed that the abyssal ruins and the puzzle cube are basicly twins,but where would we get the puzzle cube to solve it?
  14. feralidos's Avatar
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    I think smalllady is right about the connection between the two. Ever noticed that the abyssal ruins and the puzzle cube are basicly twins
  15. smalllady's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by El_
    On the other hand, what about the possibility of N's puzzle being a key item? Is it possible that it could unlock some function in the ruins, or even an ingame event for the Original Dragon? Perhaps after the event then you could use it as a Pokeball to catch the Original Dragon, a special Pokeball that wouldn't restrict its power like all the others.
    I could see N entrusting the Puzzle Cube to the player character. The notes have been translated more thoroughly, and it appears that there is a projection of a Pokemon at the core of the Puzzle Cube. Perhaps the Puzzle Cube would be a necessary key item for summoning/obtaining the original dragon.
  16. Mijzelffan's Avatar
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    I never knew bulbapedia allowed speculation.
  17. El_'s Avatar
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    Wow this is some amazing stuff. If its a Pokemon locked inside there it has to be important, I can't help but only thinking of a legendary Pokemon. If it was the Original Dragon, then that means that Reshiram/Zekrom/Kyurem are unable to fuse together again after spilitting apart.

    On the other hand, what about the possibility of N's puzzle being a key item? Is it possible that it could unlock some function in the ruins, or even an ingame event for the Original Dragon? Perhaps after the event then you could use it as a Pokeball to catch the Original Dragon, a special Pokeball that wouldn't restrict its power like all the others.

    Whatever the case, its definitely fascinating. Hope that the mystery behind this will be answered in the sequels.
  18. smalllady's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Force Fire
    Since when did it imply that there was a Pokémon in the cube?


    I included the concept art for N's Void Cube in the spoiler tags above. Where the red arrow is pointing, the text mentions the core of the Void Cube. The text is hard to make out, but the last word does translate to Pokemon with a ? at the end. I'm guessing somebody else just recently translated the Void Cube notes.
  19. Force Fire's Avatar
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    Since when did it imply that there was a Pokémon in the cube?
  20. Garren's Avatar
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    What if the ORIGINAL hero (Black or White, whichever version would be the one N aligns with) is sealed inside...


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