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Andrew Barker
International Meloetta Distribution for Pokémon Black & White 1 And 2
Get ready for the singing/dancing event Pokémon!
03.01.13 - 8:02 PM

For those still playing Pokémon Black & White and/or its sequel, the final Pokémon of Generation V, Meloetta, will soon be distributed across the globe. In the US, Canada, Europe, Australia (and pretty much everywhere else), Meloetta will be distributed starting March 4th. US and Canada will be able to get Meloetta from GameStop (EBGames) stores, while players in Europe will need to visit GAME, and those of you from Australia will need to head into an EB Games. For a full list of countries (and which stores are participating in them), check out Pokemon.com.

This Meloetta comes at level 50 and knows Teeter Dance, Close Combat, Psychic and Round. To teach it Relic Song (which allows it to change form) just head to Cafe Sonata in Castelia City and speak to the musician there.

On top of that, starting March 7th, you can log onto the Pokémon Global Link to grab a C-Gear Meloetta sin for your game, along with a Meloetta-themed musical. Fun times!


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