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Pokemon Black and White 2
Strategy Guide

Author(s): Daniel Chaviers, Vincent Lau
First Published: 06-10-2012 / 00:00 GMT
Last Updated: 26-11-2018 / 06:33 GMT
Version: 1.3 (????) 11-12-2018 / 14:18 GMT

Pokemon Black and White 2 Guide Guide Info

South-East Unova (Part 1)

Dreamyard

Dreamyard

Dreamyard - Ruins

Wild Pokémon

Name Type Location Encounter Rate
Raticate Normal Any Grass 10%
Jigglypuff Normal Any Grass 10%
Golbat Poison/Flying Any Grass 10%
Watchog Normal Any Grass 25%
Liepard Dark Any Grass 25%
Munna Psychic Any Grass 20%
Wigglytuff Normal Shaking Grass 5%
Crobat Poison/Flying Shaking Grass 5%
Dunsparce Normal Shaking Grass 10%
Audino Normal Shaking Grass 75%
Musharna Psychic Shaking Grass 5%
Hypno Psychic Swarm 40%

As soon as you enter Dreamyard, a Latios (if you’re playing Black 2) or Latias (if you’re playing White 2) will fly toward you, then fly back away east. Guess what? You can catch it! Head east into the main part of Dreamyard. When you see the small tree, continue past it and move through the gap in the fence.

As you do, Latios/Latias will fly past, east to west across the screen. Now head back to the small tree and use Cut to chop it down. Move through the small doorway that you just opened up, then head through into the burnt-out building. Latios/Latias will head back from west to east across the screen.

Head west over to the Tall Grass there and grab the Rare Candy sitting in the grass. From there, head back east to the patch of Tall Grass along the north edge. Move through it and past the wall over to where the stairs are. Move under the ceiling to the right of the stairs to get to the foot of them.

Move up them. At the top Latios/Latias will move back from east to west. Head west. When you see the path taking you south, follow it to the Ultra Ball at the end. Snatch it up. When you reach this area, Latios/Latias will once more move back from west to east.

Move back towards the stairs, then move south along the path to the east of the stairs, still up on the second level. When the path turns back east, follow it to the end. Before you reach the very final tile–the one that’s jutting out a bit further east than the others-- Save your game!

When you step on this tile, Latios/Latias will fly from east to west and run into you! It’ll get angry and attack! Feel free to try and catch this Legendary. Be warned that it’s not easy though.

Legendary Pokemon Battle

You can find either Latios or Latias here depending which version you're playing.

If playing Black 2

Pokemon Level Type
Latios 68 Dragon/Psychic

If playing White 2

Pokemon Level Type
Latias 68 Dragon/Psychic

Once you’re done, head back down the stairs. Directly south of the stairs is an item obscured by the wall in front of it. It’s TM85 - Dream Eater . Grab it and backtrack all the way back to where you Cut the small tree. Now continue east along the main path.

When you reach the gap in the fence, move through. Move north-east, then north underneath the platform above. Move up against the trees there. When you do, you’ll be able to see an obscured item. Move over and grab it to find that it’s a Moon Stone .

ow head east, then south-east over to the stairs leading down into the basement. Head down!

Dreamyard - Basement

Name Type Location Encounter Rate
Raticate Normal Dark Grass 25%
Jigglypuff Normal Dark Grass 10%
Golbat Poison/Flying Dark Grass 25%
Watchog Normal Dark Grass 10%
Liepard Dark Dark Grass 10%
Munna Psychic Dark Grass 20%

Follow the path through until you find a Psychic moving around in circles. Move up to the confused fellow and talk to him to take him on. If you get too close to him, he’ll run off, so you may need to run after him to talk.

Trainer Battle: Psychic

Pokemon Level Type
Hypno 62 Psychic
Dusclops 62 Ghost

Move east to the Scientist moving around there. Like the Psychic, you’ll need to chase after her to talk to her. When you talk with her, the two of you will battle.

Trainer Battle: Scientist

Pokemon Level Type
Gastly 63 Ghost/Poison
Skuntank 63 Poison/Dark

Collect the nearby item, a HP Up . Now continue back west until you see two gaps in the southern wall. When you do, move through them. There’s another Psychic here to your east. Same as before, chase her!

Trainer Battle: Psychic

Pokemon Level Type
Chingling 62 Psychic
Mr. Mime 62 Psychic

Now head south-west and take on the last trainer of the area, a male Scientist.

Trainer Battle: Scientist

Pokemon Level Type
Klang 63 Steel
Porygon 63 Normal

Near the Scientist is a Dawn Stone . Collect it after defeating him. Now head east until you reach the steps in the south-east corner. Move up them so that you’re back outside.

Dreamyard - Outside

Head back outside via this exit to reach another area.

First, head north-east from the stairs until you’re stopped by a male School Kid. Let’s do battle!

Trainer Battle: School Kid

Pokemon Level Type
Shroomish 63 Grass
Tangrowth 63 Grass

Turn on your Dowsing MCHN and continue west. Use it to find the hidden PP Up then head around to the Dark Grass. Begin moving east through the grass. Take on the Youngster when you reach him.

Trainer Battle: Youngster

Pokemon Level Type
Slakoth 63 Normal
Slaking 63 Normal

Continue to the other side of the Dark Grass then head west until you can see an item to your north-west. Head toward it. Partway there you’ll be stopped by a second School Kid who’ll interrupt your exploring, looking for someone to fight.

Trainer Battle: School Kid

Pokemon Level Type
Igglybuff 63 Normal
Lickilicky 63 Normal

Continue over and grab the Reaper Cloth . Head back south-east and move north to the stairs leading back down to the basement when you can. Once you’re in the basement, head north until you reach some Dark Grass. Move through it and grab the Iron behind.

From there move into the Dark Grass to your east. In the centre grass tile is a hidden Psychic Gem . Grab it, then head back to the stairs and go back outside. To the north of the stairs is a boulder. Use Strength and push it into the hole to your north.

If you head north from here you’ll be back in the main area that you started in. You can now easily move back and forth between these two areas. That’s really all to do! Head back to the entrance and exit once you’ve done all you want to.

Back in Striaton City, heal your Pokemon at the Pokemon Center there, then head straight into Route 2 !


Guide Information

  • Publisher
    Pokemon Company International
  • Platforms
    Nintendo 3DS
  • Genre
    Role-playing
  • Guide Release
    6 October 2012
  • Last Updated
    26 November 2018
  • Guide Author
    Daniel Chaviers, Vincent Lau

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