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Artwork of Latias and Latios
Eon duo is a popular fan-created term that collectively refers to the Legendary Eon Pokémon Latias and Latios, also referred to as Lati@s (as the symbol "@" looks like an "a" inside an "o") or the Lati twins.
- Main article: Latias (Pokémon)
Latias, the female Eon Pokémon, can be found without a special event item in Sapphire, Emerald (depending on the player's choice), HeartGold, and White 2.
Latias's stats lean towards defense, unlike Latios, whose stats are on the offensive side. Latias can weaken its male counterpart with its signature move, Mist Ball. 50% of the time, the move will weaken the foe's Special Attack.
In the case of Ruby, or in a case where Latios is chosen to roam Hoenn in Emerald, an Eon Ticket will take the player to Southern Island for an encounter, like with Latios. With an Enigma Stone in SoulSilver, Latias can be found and captured in Pewter City.
In Ranger: Guardian Signs, Latias can be called with a Ranger Sign once you progress far enough if you play as the female character.
- Main article: Latios (Pokémon)
Latios is the male member of the duo, found without a special event item in Ruby, Emerald (depending on the player's choice), SoulSilver, and Black 2.
While Latios and Latias are very similar, Latios has higher offensive stats. Latios can counter Latias's higher defensive stats with its signature move, Luster Purge. This move has a rather high chance of lowering the target's Special Defense.
In the case of Sapphire, or in a case where Latias is chosen to roam Hoenn in Emerald, an Eon Ticket will take the player to Southern Island for an encounter, like Latias. In HeartGold, Latios will be found in Pewter City after obtaining an Enigma Stone.
In Ranger: Guardian Signs, Latios can be called with a Ranger Sign once you progress far enough if you play as the male ranger.
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Reason: Generation VI movesets.
Similar base stats
In the TCG
This listing is of cards mentioning or featuring the Latias and Latios in the Pokémon Trading Card Game.