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Big City Battles or Art (Japanese: VSハハコモリ VS Hahakomori or 芸術 Art) is the 478th round of the Pokémon Adventures manga.
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- Tep begins evolving, but White forcefully stops it.
- Black begins his battle against Burgh at the Castelia Gym.
- Bianca is attacked by a Team Plasma Grunt, who steals her Litwick.
- For a list of all major events in the Pokémon Adventures manga, please see the history page.
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- Fraxure (Iris's)
- Braviary (Brav; Black's)
- Tepig (Tep; Black's)
- Galvantula (Tula; Black's)
- Tepig (Gigi; White's)
- Litwick (Bianca's)
- Venipede (Burgh's)
- Whirlipede (Burgh's)
- Dwebble (Burgh's)
- Leavanny (Burgh's)
- Fraxure (Iris's)
- Amoonguss (Bronius's)
- Karrablast (Trainer's)
- Tynamo (Trainer's)
- Duosion (Trainer's)
- Elgyem (Trainer's)
- Vanillite (Trainer's)
- Mienshao (Trainer's)
- Cinccino (Trainer's)
- Gothorita (Trainer's)
- In the VIZ Media mini-volumes of the Black & White arc, this round was collected in Volume 6.
- In the Kurokawa translation from France, this round was released in Pokémon Black and White volume 3.
- In the Japanese version of Volume 45, this round is mistakenly numbered as 477.
- In the Japanese version, the furigana for the female symbol says オス (male) instead of メス (female).
In other languages
|Mandarin Chinese||VS 保母蟲 - 藝術|
|European French||L'art de ne pas évoluer|
|German||VS. Matrifol - Die schönen Künste|
|Italian||VS Leavanny - Arte|
|Brazilian Portuguese||VS Leavanny - Arte|
|Spanish||Latin America||VS. Leavanny - Arte|
|Vietnamese||VS Hahakomori - Nghệ thuật|
|This article is part of Project Manga, a Bulbapedia project that aims to write comprehensive articles on each series of Pokémon manga.|