Talk:Ho-Oh (anime)

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It rather looks more shiny than the normal form.. does anyone think the same, or am I just insane? TinaTheKirlia ♥ 00:14, 12 October 2007 (UTC)

The glow obscures the actual colouring of Ho-Oh (possibly intentionally since the first episode aired two and a half years before GS came out). Ho-Oh is shown normally in the Ecruteak City episodes and is certainly in its normal colouration there. --FabuVinny T-C-S 00:53, 12 October 2007 (UTC)
Ah, I see. I've never really watched the episodes so I didn't know XD TinaTheKirlia ♥ 01:17, 12 October 2007 (UTC)
I still say it looks shiny. I mean, it sparkles like Ash's Noctowl does, and Noctowl's shiny! --Theryguy512 12:16, 13 November 2007 (UTC)
So, you're saying it was literally shiny? That doesn't count.--Starlight the ampharos 17:15, 16 February 2009 (UTC)


I don't think Ho-oh's gender should be "none" since it's unknown if genderless Pokemon apply in the anime, and therefore, not 100% confirmed. In fact i think it's very unlikely that it's genderless since there was a female (mother) Lugia in the series, so it should be "Unknown" (GT4GTR 11:23, 16 June 2008 (UTC))

I agree. I think Legendary Pokémon in the anime have genders. I don't know why, but i guess that they didn't want to give most of the legendary Pokémon genders in the games so people couldn't breed them some how? Or maybe because it would cause a bit of controversy as to how the species reproduce in the wild?--いぬみみ01:28, 26 July 2008 (UTC)

Yeah, though I think it's more of the former, since Entei's Pokedex entry has hinted that it reproduces, plus the fact that there always seems to be a lot of Legends (like the legendary birds appearing in Kanto/Sevii Islands, Orre, and Hoenn (albeit being owned by Brandon), Mew has appeared in Kanto, Fiore, Hoenn, and Pokemon Island. the legendary beasts appearing in Kanto, Johto, Orre, and Fiore, Lugia and Ho-Oh appearing in Sevii Islands, Orre, and Johto, Celebi appearing in Johto, Orre, Fiore, and Almia, the three golems appearing in Hoenn (twice) and Sinnoh, the Lati@ appearing in hoenn (and also briefly hinted at being many of them), and technically Orre. the weather trio appearing in Hoenn, Fiore, and Orre (technically), Deoxys appearing in Hoenn, Fiore, and (Technically) Sinnoh, Dialga and Palkia appearing in Sinnoh, Almia, and Pokétopia, Manaphy (for obvious reasons), Phione (again, for obvious reasons), Heatran was in Sinnoh (twice) and Almia, Cresselia was in Sinnoh (twice) and Almia, Regigigas was in Sinnoh (twice) and Almia, Darkrai was in Almia and Sinnoh, and Shaymin was in Almia, Sinnoh, and apparantly Kanto. All of these things point to legendaries (or at least most of them) not quite being one of a kind, even IN the games, as well as possibly the fact that they breed. Weedle Mchairybug 18:04, 30 August 2008 (UTC)

Legendary Birds Slab

What makes people think it looks more like an Articuno than Ho-Oh? Ash zane 15:22, 21 September 2008 (UTC)

Probably its pose, which is pretty much identical to Articuno's promotional artwork. --PAK Man Talk 15:07, 21 September 2008 (UTC)

Why is an Arcanine included there? It's not a legendary pokemon--Tomas 14:20, 23 May 2009 (UTC)

Well, that depends, they could have inserted it into there due to the Pokedex calling it a Legendary Pokemon (Yes, the Pokedex did actually say it was a Legendary Pokemon). Weedle Mchairybug 14:24, 23 May 2009 (UTC)

Multiple Ho-Oh

Is there actually any proof that it is the same Ho-Oh that appears, or are people just speculating? XVuvuzela2010X 02:35, 8 December 2010 (UTC)

I thought it was mentioned. —darklordtrom 19:14, 8 December 2010 (UTC)

Merge Maybe

Well why is it that we have a page for this Ho-oh, I understand why it could be considered a small page, but it could really just go on the Ho-oh in the anime section cause of how small it is. TrainerSplash (talk) 22:46, 5 September 2014 (UTC)