I guess it was really obvious in Black 1 but it’s SUPER OBVIOUS in Black 2 but also I’ve never heard anyone talk about this ever so lets talk about it?
N has white skin and a green ponytail, the reverse of Zoroark’s black skin and red ponytail. His name is N which is like a sideway Z. He isn’t a human that can talk to Pokemon, he’s a Pokemon that can talk to people. He apparently does not realize that he’s a Pokemon and does not change shape at will. (Illusion is a passive ability.)
In Black 1 you find a lost little boy in Castelia City who turns out to be a Zorua in the shape of a human. Also, in the anime, Zoroark becomes a perfect copy of Ash. Unlike Ditto, Zoroark is a perfect copy and can maintain that form as long as he doesn’t get hit. N has never actually been physically harmed in the story.
N has a Zoroark in his party, but Zorua and Zoroark generally come in pairs and have more of a parent/child relationship than most evolutionary lines. Also when they found N in the woods he was living with a Zorua and a Darmanitan. Was that a Zorua without a Zoroark, or was a Zoroark family taking care of a real human child that eventually died, and retained it’s form? N is based on the folklore concept of a child being “raised by wolves” and being a bridge between nature and society.
Anyway, after you beat the story mode in BW2, a Zoroark appears on Victory Road. It’ll do it’s cry as you approach it, hop, and clearly gesture for you to follow. Then it’ll enter a cave and go down a staircase. When you follow it, you enter a closed room, where there is no Zoroark, only N. And N starts talking to you as if you were already in the middle of a conversation. Later on in this event, you battle N, and there is no Zoroark in his party.
This isn’t even on Bulbapedia as like a popular theory or anything?