Last edited by WolfSpirit456; 28th February 2012 at 5:17 AM.
I think in the games there will be two Kyurems. You will be able to interact with both in each, but only be able to catch one. Kind of like in black and white 1
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Reshiram and Zekrom were once one single dragon. Kyurem came from a meteor.
So it's unlikely that Black Kyurem and White Kyurem are parts of the single super dragon. I mean, if Reshiram and Zekrom were a single dragon and Kyurem's origin is something different, why would the two parts look like Kyurem?
They look like fusions, though I hope that isn't true. I don't like the idea of fusion pokemon.
The theory is that Kyurem's meteor was, or at least contained the original body of the Tao dragon.
More importantly on the halves theory, its pretty obvious that the other side of the face is hidden for a reason. Something tells me they're gonna be much closer to Kyurem's face then what we see.
As for how we obtain the Pokemon, and why they look as so, the black white stones might be the key. The Pokemon themselves were contained in them, and if they were indeed released back into the wild, perhaps they were returned to the stones. More so, if Kyurem's dex entry is to believed, and he devours soul's, something tells me that's gonna be how we are going to change his forms. Use the god stone to return him to full Kyurem forme, then if we want the respective form we whip out the black/white stone. The tails are enough to consider this, like it latched itself onto them.
The forms look like Rem and Ram/Rom, respectively, because of how they are connected. I doubt those are complete forms, though. It's uncertain if we will ever see the original dragon.
I still think the respective stones will be key to obtaining these forms. Like mitchman said. It may be that Rem just absorbs the energies from the respective stones and gains the powers of Rom/Ram.
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Maybe kyurem is a parasitic alien ice.
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I get the feeling that Kyurem's two formes will not be able to switch, but you catch it how it is. For example you can get black Kyurem in Black 2 then trade it to white 2 and it will still stay black. Same with White. Also in Black 2, N will get another Kyurem which is white Kyurem, and in White 2 N will get black Kyurem. I think these two formes are completely different Pokemon if you understand what I am saying.
Also I'm a bit disappointed that the covers aren't reversed again. I got Black last time, so I wanna get White 2 this time, but I'll be stuck with White Kyurem even though I already have a Reshiram.
edit: To the above poster. I'm still sticking with the theory these games are just a third version and the "2" is added because they want to still associate it with black and white.
Still wonder on what level the forms will be at? Seems like a small detail but I don't know how it'll be at a "low" level of 52 if it will be a "fusion" of two Pokemons. Ehh, I always use a master ball on the Cover Mascot anyway, but it might be a harder battle for those who don't.
Now, to answer your comment... I'm going to predict level 55-60 and around the 6 - 7 gym.
When thinking about the two formes and the two new titles, I had to question: What came first, the two formes or the two titles? Did GF make the story revolve around the two formes, thus, conveniently making two sequels, or did they want to make two sequels and fit the story to their marketing strategy?
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On a completely different note, what do you think they're going to do with Giant Chasm? Will we encounter Kyurem there, or something else?