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Andrew Barker
Shiny Legendaries To Be Distributed For Pokémon Black and White
Always wanted a shiny Dialga, Palkia and/or Giratina? Now you can have all three!
07.29.13 - 8:37 PM

In the lead-up to the release of Pokémon X & Y on October 12th, Game Freak and Nintendo will be holding a new distribution event for America and Europe over the next few months. Starting in North America, you will be able to grab a shiny Dialga at GameStop stores on any copy of Black, White, Black 2, White 2 any time between August 19th and September 8th. Running September 9th until 29th, Palkia will be available, and then from the 30th of Spetember until October 20, Giratina will be distributed.

In the UK, Dialga will be distributed from August 30th through September 12th, Palkia will be released between September 13th and September 26th, and, finally, Giratina will be available from September 27th until October 11th. For Europeans, the event has been confirmed for France, Germany, Italy and Spain, but no retailer has been announced yet. It's likely other regions will also have access to this event, but there has not yet been any official announcement.

In mildly related news, Japan's All Nippon Airways are retiring a number of their planes, including their Pokémon-themed flier.

Definitely a sad day.


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