Welcome to the StrategyWiki walkthrough for Pokémon Black and White 2. This guide covers from Aspertia City to the Pokémon League, as well as all post-game and optional content. Each page of this guide contains a lot of useful information, that will be very helpful throughout your journey. This section describes how this information is presented, as well as an overview of the walkthrough.
About This Walkthrough
As you meet new characters, a short profile on them will be shown on the right of the page. These profile contain an image of the character, as well as their name and brief description of their role in the story. To avoid spoilers, some profiles are less detailed than others.
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As more Pokémon become available to you throughout the game, a table showing which new Pokémon can be caught in the area can be found at the top of the page. Each Pokémon is only listed once throughout the walkthrough, at the earliest possible point that you can obtain them. Following these tables will help you to fill your Pokédex, but some Pokémon can only be obtained through evolution rather than catching them.
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In each location, the Wild Pokémon that are available to capture are different. On each page, a table shows which Pokémon can be found in an area and how likely it is for them to be encountered. If their encounter rate differs between Black 2 and White 2, this is also noted. The Pokémon's types and level range are also listed. There are individual tables for: Tall Grass, Dark Grass, Rustling Grass, Caves, Dust Clouds, Surfing, Surfing on Rippling Water, Fishing and Fishing in Rippling Water.
Each location also contains several Pokémon Trainers that will challenge you to a battle if they spot you. These Trainers are listed in a table showing their name, Trainer class and Pokémon. Certain Trainers, such as your Rival, have tables separate from the rest, that are located in the relevant area of the page.
A Medal given to all Medal Rally participants at the beginning. A symbol of a Trainer's potential.
As more Medals become available for you to obtain, an infobox showing the medal's name and description can be found on the right of the page. Note that only medals that can only be obtained in a certain area are listed; medals that rely on things such as catching a certain number of Pokémon are not shown.
Click an area on the map to be taken there instantly: