Latest Legendary Pokémon Transforms Into One-of-A-Kind Creature

Meet Meloetta. She's special. Coming to Pokémon Black and White and Black and White 2 as part of a distribution campaign throughout GameStop stores for three weeks starting March 4, Meloetta is the first combination Normal and Fighting-type creature to grace the series, as long as you take her out to the right bar.

It also helps if you don't refer to her as "it".

Players who attend the GameStop distribution event will receive Meloetta at Level 50 in its Aria Forme, in which it fights as a Normal and Psychic-type Pokémon. If a battle calls for a change of tone, Meloetta can switch to its Pirouette Forme and become a Normal and Fighting-type character-the first-ever Pokémon with such a type combination.

Meloetta changes Formes using Relic Song, a special damage-dealing move that can only be learned when Meloetta is added to your party and listens to the music of a guitar player at Café Sonata in Castelia City. When players receive Meloetta at the distribution, however, it will already be outfitted with a suite of powerful moves-Close Combat, Teeter Dance, Psychic, and Round.

Here's how she looks in it's Aria Forme

And in her Pirouette Forme

To get her you've just got to get to a GameStop starting March 4. Don't worry, you don't have to go inside.


    The guys at eb said I should come and get it, I said to them I was to embarrassed to take my ds there and they pretty much said I can do it from the cafe in front of the shop XD

      That's true but last time I was there for Keldeo the Wifi wasn't working and I had to go into EB Games and ask the manager to reset it.

      Meh stand up and be a man :P
      be proud you enjoy pokemon, who cares what the guy who works in EB thinks :P

        Surely anyone working at the counter of an EB Games is outwardly judgmental of someone doing a Pokemon Wi-Fi Event, isn't doing their job right.

    And for those of us in the .au region? EBGames?

      Last edited 26/02/13 10:47 pm

    Makes me want to buy a DS and play pokemon...then again I don't want to revisit the past as I have with a few things and realized how awful things are now as an adult...

      Black/white are pretty strong - there's a pokemon called audrino that's basically a beating bag that gives stacks of exp, which removes the grinding but keeps the growing feel. Skip 4th gen, unless you want a nostalgia rush from heart gold/soul silver. Some nice changes, but nothing ground breaking.

      You can live without b/w2 though. They're not bad but they're not good. It's like a epilogue - gives some closure on the story, but you aren't going to miss anything too critical.

      I love the new ones.

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