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This group is comprised mostly of {{type2|Rock}} and {{type2|Steel}} Pokémon. The common characteristic shared by this group are Pokémon of an inorganic nature, specifically taking on a crystalline or metallic appearance, hence the name, Mineral.
 
This group is comprised mostly of {{type2|Rock}} and {{type2|Steel}} Pokémon. The common characteristic shared by this group are Pokémon of an inorganic nature, specifically taking on a crystalline or metallic appearance, hence the name, Mineral.
   
In this egg group, most of its members are genderless, and can only breed with {{egg|Ditto}}. This makes for a very limited pool of moves that can be passed down among the few members of the group that can pass and inherit egg moves.
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In this egg group, most of its members are genderless, and can only breed with {{egg|Ditto}}. This makes for a limited pool of moves that can be passed down among the few members of the group that can pass and inherit egg moves. As of [[Generation V]], the members that can breed was increased from five to eleven families, making breeding slightly easier.
   
 
==Pokémon==
 
==Pokémon==

Revision as of 18:31, 25 December 2010

Egg Groups
Monster Human-Like
Water 1 Water 3
Bug Mineral
Flying Amorphous
Field Water 2
Fairy Ditto
Grass Dragon
Undiscovered  
Gender unknown

The Mineral egg group (Japanese: こうぶつ Mineral) is one of the fifteen egg groups.

Characteristics

This group is comprised mostly of Template:Type2 and Template:Type2 Pokémon. The common characteristic shared by this group are Pokémon of an inorganic nature, specifically taking on a crystalline or metallic appearance, hence the name, Mineral.

In this egg group, most of its members are genderless, and can only breed with Ditto. This makes for a limited pool of moves that can be passed down among the few members of the group that can pass and inherit egg moves. As of Generation V, the members that can breed was increased from five to eleven families, making breeding slightly easier.

Pokémon

Only in this egg group

#   Pokémon Type
074 074 Geodude Rock Ground
075 075 Graveler Rock Ground
076 076 Golem Rock Ground
081 081 Magnemite Electric Steel
082 082 Magneton Electric Steel
095 095 Onix Rock Ground
100 100 Voltorb Electric
101 101 Electrode Electric
137 137 Porygon Normal
185 185 Sudowoodo Rock
208 208 Steelix Steel Ground
233 233 Porygon2 Normal
292 292 Shedinja Bug Ghost
299 299 Nosepass Rock
337 337 Lunatone Rock Psychic
338 338 Solrock Rock Psychic
343 343 Baltoy Ground Psychic
344 344 Claydol Ground Psychic
374 374 Beldum Steel Psychic
375 375 Metang Steel Psychic
376 376 Metagross Steel Psychic
436 436 Bronzor Steel Psychic
437 437 Bronzong Steel Psychic
462 462 Magnezone Electric Steel
476 476 Probopass Rock Steel
474 474 Porygon-Z Normal
524 524 Dangoro Rock
525 525 Gantoru Rock
526 526 Gigaiath Rock
568 568 Yabukuron Poison
569 569 Dasutodasu Poison
582 582 Vanipeti Ice
583 583 Baniricchi Ice
584 584 Baibanira Ice
599 599 Giaru Steel
600 600 Gigiaru Steel
601 601 Gigigiaru Steel
615 615 Furiijio Ice
622 622 Gobitto Ground Ghost
623 623 Goruggo Ground Ghost

In this and another egg group

#   Pokémon Type Other
361 361 Snorunt Ice Fairy
362 362 Glalie Ice Fairy
478 478 Froslass Ice Ghost Fairy
557 557 Ishizumai Bug Rock Bug
558 558 Iwaparesu Bug Rock Bug
562 562 Desumasu Ghost Indeterminate
563 563 Desukaan Ghost Indeterminate
597 597 Tesshido Grass Steel Plant
598 598 Nattorei Grass Steel Plant

Trivia

In other languages

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese こうぶつ (鉱物) kōbutsu
The Netherlands Flag.png Dutch Mineraal
French Canada Flag.png Canada Minéral
France Flag.png Europe Minéral
Germany Flag.png German Mineral
Italy Flag.png Italian Minerale
Spanish CELAC Flag.png Latin America Mineral
Spain Flag.png Spain Mineral