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A Week to Go and Old Wounds (Japanese: VSコバルオン・テラキオン・ビリジオン I VS Cobalon, Terrakion, Virizion I or 三剣 Three Swords) is the 506th round of the Pokémon Adventures manga.
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- Black decides to capture some Legendary Pokémon in hopes that it will get him access into the Pokémon League without an eighth Badge.
- Black travels to the Mistralton Cave, where he encounters Virizion and Terrakion.
- Black meets Shoko of the Marvelous Bridge Patrat Show and her friend Trish of the Riches family.
- Iris meets up with Cedric Juniper.
- For a list of all major events in the Pokémon Adventures manga, please see the history page.
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- Braviary (Brav; Black's)
- Munna (Musha; Black's)
- Emboar (Bo; Black's)
- Galvantula (Tula; Black's)
- Servine (Amanda; White's)
- Deerling (Darlene; White's)
- Fraxure (Iris's)
- Klinklang (Ingo's)
- Durant (Emmet's)
- Heatmor (Trish's)
- Patrat (×4; Shoko's)
- Tornadus (Team Plasma's; fantasy)
- Thundurus (Team Plasma's; fantasy)
- Landorus (Team Plasma's; fantasy)
- Cobalion (Adventures; fantasy and silhouette)
- Terrakion (Adventures)
- Virizion (Adventures)
- In the original Japanese magazine version, Black's motivation for capturing the Swords of Justice is to gather a force to counter Team Plasma's Forces of Nature. When the rounds were collected into Volume 49, it was changed to Black wanting to impress Drayden so that he may gain entrance into the Pokémon League without an eighth Badge.
- In the VIZ Media mini-volumes of the Black & White arc, this round was collected in Volume 14.
- In the Kurokawa translation from France, this round was released in Pokémon Black and White volume 6.
In other languages
|Mandarin Chinese||VS 勾帕路翁&代拉基翁&畢力吉翁 I - 三劍|
|European French||Le trio légendaire|
|German||VS. Kobalium, Terrakium, Viridium I - Die Ritter der Redlichkeit|
|Italian||VS Cobalion, Terrakion e Virizion I - Tre spade|
|Korean||VS 코바르온ㆍ테라키온ㆍ비리디온 I|
|Brazilian Portuguese||VS Cobalion, Terrakion e Virizion I - Três Espadas|
|European Spanish||Contra Cobalion, Terrakion y Virizion (1ª parte)|
|Vietnamese||VS Cobalon • Terakion • Virizion I - Tam kiếm|
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