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'''Pseudo-legendary''' is a term used to refer to any Pokémon that has a three-stage [[evolve|evolution]] line, two [[Elemental types|type]]s, as well as a [[base stats|base stat total]] of 600. Pseudo-legendaries are more powerful than almost every other non-legendary Pokémon, if only for their base stats, and in particular, have an outstanding [[Stat#Attack|Attack stat]]. They also have incredibly diverse movepools and can usually be found only in their first form. Due to this, raising them is difficult since they require a lot of [[experience]] to [[Level Up|level up]].
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'''Pseudo-legendary''' is a term used to refer to any Pokémon that has a three-stage [[evolve|evolution]] line, two [[Elemental types|type]]s, as well as a [[base stats|base stat total]] of 600. Pseudo-legendaries are more powerful than almost every other non-legendary Pokémon, if only for their base stats, and in particular, have an outstanding [[Stat#Attack|Attack stat]]. They also have incredibly diverse movepools and can usually be found only in their first form. Due to this, raising them is difficult since they require a lot of [[experience]] to [[Level Up|level up]]. Since the pseudo-legendaries are very powerful, they are commonly used by many trainers in their teams.
 
 
==List of pseudo-legendaries==
 
==List of pseudo-legendaries==
 
There are five Pokémon considered to be pseudo-legendaries. The following shows the pseudo-legendaries, their types, and the Pokémon they evolve from.
 
There are five Pokémon considered to be pseudo-legendaries. The following shows the pseudo-legendaries, their types, and the Pokémon they evolve from.
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*All pseudo-legendaries introduced after Generation II have blue as a dominant [[List of Pokémon by color|color]].
 
*All pseudo-legendaries introduced after Generation II have blue as a dominant [[List of Pokémon by color|color]].
 
*Currently, all of the pseudo-legendaries' highest base stat is the attack stat.
 
*Currently, all of the pseudo-legendaries' highest base stat is the attack stat.
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*All pseudo-legendaries (except {{p|Garchomp}}, which is placed in the Uber tier) are placed in the Overused tier.
   
 
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Revision as of 09:11, 16 October 2008

Pseudo-legendary is a term used to refer to any Pokémon that has a three-stage evolution line, two types, as well as a base stat total of 600. Pseudo-legendaries are more powerful than almost every other non-legendary Pokémon, if only for their base stats, and in particular, have an outstanding Attack stat. They also have incredibly diverse movepools and can usually be found only in their first form. Due to this, raising them is difficult since they require a lot of experience to level up. Since the pseudo-legendaries are very powerful, they are commonly used by many trainers in their teams.

List of pseudo-legendaries

There are five Pokémon considered to be pseudo-legendaries. The following shows the pseudo-legendaries, their types, and the Pokémon they evolve from.


Generation I Generation II Generation III Generation IV
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Dragonite
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Tyranitar
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Salamence
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Metagross
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Garchomp
Dragon Flying Rock Dark Dragon Flying Steel Psychic Dragon Ground
Evolves from
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Dragonair
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Pupitar
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Shelgon
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Metang
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Gabite
Dragon Rock Ground Dragon Steel Psychic Dragon Ground
Evolves from
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Dratini
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Larvitar
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Bagon
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Beldum
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Gible
Dragon Rock Ground Dragon Steel Psychic Dragon Ground

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