Appendix:Black 2 and White 2 walkthrough/Section 22

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Reversal Mountain

Locate the trainer Doctor Derek first and use the stairway near him to reach the section of BF1 where Heatran's chamber is located. Once you are ready, save and then use the Magma Stone to unveil Heatran then interact with it to face it in battle. Once in battle, paralyze it and then weaken it as best you can with moves that do neutral damage to Heatran. Then swap in a good Water-type to help take the damage from the Fire and Steel-type moves as you try to catch Heatran.

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Fire Steel
Flash Fire
Held item:
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Heatran/ Lv.68
Scary Face
Normal Status
Lava Plume
Fire Special
Fire Spin
Fire Special
Iron Head
Steel Physical

Nature Preserve

The Nature Preserve

The Nature Preserve was established as a secret haven for Pokémon, so far away from Unova that the only way to reach it is by airplane from Mistralton City. The grove is home to many kinds of Pokémon that cannot be found anywhere else, including some that have reached level 100!

Go south from the plane and head east through the trees. Soon you reach a clearing, and in the middle of it, a Shiny Haxorus! Its body may be colored differently, but its stats are the same as those of a normal-colored one. Catch it if you can!

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Dragon Unknown
Rivalry or Mold Breaker
Held item:
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Haxorus/ Lv.60
Dark Status
Dragon Pulse
Dragon Special
Swords Dance
Normal Status
Normal Physical

Pokémon League: Round 2

The Elite Four and Champion have grown even stronger since you first battled them. They now have more Pokémon, and their levels have increased significantly. Gather a team of superior Pokémon before challenging them again! By fulfilling certain requirements, you can earn up to 19 Medal battling these same five people, so get going!


Shauntal has added Mismagius* and Froslass to her lineup. All six of her Pokémon have trouble against Ghost- and Dark-type attacks, and Gengar is vulnerable to Psychic due to its Poison typing, but watch out. By using your own Ghosts, she could strike their weak points, as well.

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Grimsley's new additions include Houndoom and Honchkrow, or replaces Liepard with Tyranitar in Challenge Mode. Aside from his bird, the other members of his party are all vulnerable to Fighting-type attacks. Use hard-hitting moves like Focus Blast or Brick Break. As for Honchkrow, take it down with Electric, Rock, or Ice moves.

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Caitlin has added Metagross and Gallade to her lineup, or if playing in Challenge Mode, her Sigilyph is replaced by Alakazam. Her Pokémon all share a weakness to Ghost moves like Shadow Ball, except for Metagross, which can be struck down with Fire- and Ground-type attacks.

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Marshal's new additions include Medicham* and Lucario*. Except for Lucario, his team has a common weakness to Flying-type attacks. A Pokémon that lacks an item can inflict massive damage with Acrobatics. Take out Lucario with Fire, Fighting, or Ground moves.

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Champion Iris

Iris' Pokémon are nearly 20 levels higher than they were during your first battle. Take out her three powerful dragons quickly with Ice moves like Ice Beam and Blizzard. Her Archeops is also vulnerable to Ice attacks. Switch Pokémon when Lapras and Aggron appear in order to strike with super-effective moves. Aside from their individual weaknesses, the two share a weakness to Fighting-type attacks.

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← Part 21 Route 2, Accumula Town, Route 1, Routes 17 & 18, P2 Laboratory, Nuvema Town
Black 2 and White 2

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