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How do you get Landorus, Thundurus, and Tornadus?

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asked Apr 2, 2011 by excadrill444
edited Mar 20, 2012 by Hex

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In a certain part of the game, a bulletin board will tell you to go to Route 7, then you will se Tornadus or Thundurus (Black/White), then you will need to chase it because you only get 1 turn before it runs, you can get its location by the bulletin boards, when you damage it it will keep the damage and status next time you see it

To get landorus you should bring thundurus and tornadus to the abundant shrine, and interact with the building to landorus, that should do the job

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answered Apr 2, 2011 by Jellypizza
selected Feb 17, 2013 by trachy
Which Bulletin Board are you talking about? (Could you at least tell me which route/town it in in)
It would have been nice for that to be said
There is no specific Bulletin Board, but the location is on every single one.
Ya but how do you get thundurus in White 2?
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when you beat iris professor juniper will give you a master bal then when you go to way to badge check the man who is runner of buletin board will say to you there is a storm or i think thunder in route 7 after that when you go and check buletin board it will show you where is the thunder. and something use full is try to catch thundurus with master ball because you can get zekrom with ultra ball without attacking it
remember its for pokemon white
I hope it be useful for anyone see it

answered Mar 20, 2012 by excadurus
How do you get thundurus in White 2. I have the incarnate forme of tornadus.
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Sound like possibly the level gap between your starting pokemon and the legendary is too high. Like, The legendary's first move is flee. So if it's a higher level, and has a higher speed than your pokemon, it'll make it's move first and book it before you even have a chance.

Do some research, grab a fast pokemon, give it some boosters if you like, level it up close to the legendarily, then have at it again and see if you have different results.

answered May 26, 2012 by gerrmann
Hi!  I was wondering if this is true for all free running lengendaries. I'm playing soul silver and have worked the legendary dogs down to 1hp, have a pokemon with mean look, and still fail to be able to catch them because they perform roar. Will having a higher level pokemon with a higher speed prevent the "fleeing"?