Talk:Kyogre (Pokémon)

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It doesn't learn Hyper Beam other than TM. Look at the Moveset. - unsigned comment from Dark Sage (talkcontribs)

That means nothing to the anime, where a Pokémon is capable of anything in its movelist (as TMs don't exist). Like Pikachu with Iron Tail (TM move) and Chikorita with Vine Whip (Egg move). --DarkfireTaimatsu 05:52, 13 August 2007 (UTC)
Oh. Ok. - unsigned comment from Dark Sage (talkcontribs)

God of Water?

Never once do the games or anime suggest that Kyogre, Groudon, or Rayquaza are gods. Dialga, Palkia, Giratina, and Arceus are considered gods, but not the weather trio. As such, this trivia is pure speculations and has not merit. Satosuke 16:26, 28 September 2008 (UTC)

It created the ocean. In ancient Egypt, they used to consider the Nile River like a god because it was that basis of their civilization. I think creating the entire ocean is enough for someone to call it a god... Although I guess you have a point, it's never actually been considered a god... So let's just try and avoid the god title... ~m190049~talk 00:38, 4 October 2008 (UTC)
It may have created the ocean, it may not have. It obviously has drastic effects upon the nature of the oceans when it's powers are unleashed. However, it was never called a god in-game nor in-anime nor in-manga, no matter how god-like it is, it can't be considered a god. Satosuke 00:44, 4 October 2008 (UTC)
Yes... I just said that. ~m190049~talk 00:46, 4 October 2008 (UTC)
@Satosuke I would presume the weather trio are just incredibly influential on nature. Arceus is the only Pokemon anywhere near a god. Dialga and Palkia are only considered so because of the spacetime control. I think Giratina has something to do with antimatter so it and the Distortion World are just a balance to the regular matter universe. - unsigned comment from 494alex (talkcontribs)

Anime Page

Hey, we all know anime pages refer to Pokémon that appear in a Pokémon movie. Since movie 9 is the only time it appeared, I suggest an anime page should be made about it. I know it only appeared around the end of movie 9 and didn't have much to do in the movie, but how about we do make the anime page? Oh, and not to annoy people, I won't make unless and until we decide to make it.--DRAGONBEASTX 05:58, 14 February 2009 (UTC)

It had only appeared in the end of the movie like what you have said and the length of its appearance was way too short for it to become notable. ×Kevzo8 06:23, 14 February 2009 (UTC)

You're right... I was thinking of comparing the way it appeared to Regigigas in movie 11... even though I haven't seen that movie, it seems that its anime page says that it had a bigger appearance, huh? I guess an anime page shouldn't be made, then.--DRAGONBEASTX 05:58, 15 February 2009 (UTC)

Trivia Section

You see where it says in Rayquaza Kyogre and Groudon's Trivia section that they are the only version mascot legendaries without signature moves, shouldn't it also be said that this is probably because they have signature ABILITIES instead? I mean I don't any other Pokémon with Drizzle, Drought or Air Lock (thouh the Psyduck family have Cloud Nine, which does the same thing as Ray's ability). All other version mascot legendaries have Pressure, except Giratina Origin Forme which has Levitate. - unsigned comment from 494alex (talkcontribs) Good point. and remeber to sign with ~~~~. SpecialK Leiks Lucario and The Celebi Glitch 15:02, 24 January 2010 (UTC)

Shadow Kyogre image

Moonlight Umbreon:i have a shadow kyogre image!I just don't know how to put it in that page. - unsigned comment from Moonlight umbreon (talkcontribs)

You need to upload it on the Bulbagarden Archives. —darklordtrom 01:40, 27 August 2009 (UTC)

Trivia Error

Did/Does Suicune have a signature move? According to the trivia, all legendary mascots have had one except for this generation's. The Groudon page also has a similar error. Poisson14 02:15, 16 February 2010 (UTC)