Because the Colt Pokémon cannot be found during normal gameplay, this distribution is the only way Pokémon players can receive it at this time. During the distribution period, August 27th through October 6th, Pokémon fans can bring their Nintendo 3DS or Nintendo DS system and a copy of Pokémon Black Version or Pokémon White Version to EB Games and receive a Keldeo that knows Aqua Jet, Leer, Double Kick, and BubbleBeam. As a Fighting- and Water-type Pokémon, Keldeo excels at moves that are super effective against seven different Pokémon types: Normal, Fire, Ice, Ground, Rock, Dark, and Steel.
Powerful in its own right, when transferred into Pokémon Black Version 2 or Pokémon White Version 2, Keldeo will learn its signature move, Secret Sword, and transform into Resolute Form, a new look that features a more prominent horn on its head. Secret Sword is a Fighting-type move, well suited to Keldeo’s high Special Attack stat. And, because Keldeo can learn this move from the very first stages of Pokémon Black Version 2 or Pokémon White Version 2, it will be a powerful ally as you continue your adventure.
This exciting Mythical Pokémon distribution opportunity is for a limited time only, so be sure to head to EB Games between August 27th and October 6th!
To receive the Original Form Keldeo during the EB Games distribution time period, you will need:
To learn more about this special Keldeo distribution, please visit Pokemon.com/BlackWhite.
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