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Are there boy and girl Lugias????

 BlazetheCat12 posted over a year ago
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MysictheCat said:
I think so.But I don't know for sure.There might be.Because Lugia had a son named Silver.So he needs a mate to have a baby.So it was a Ditto,or a female Lugia.But I think there is female and male Lugias.
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I think so.But I don't know for sure.There might be.Because Lugia had a son named Silver.So he needs a mate to have a baby.So it was a Ditto,or a female Lugia.But I think there is female and male Lugias.
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supersilver108 said:
It depends on if is the anime or is the movie
in the anime explains the theory about a female lugia or the ditto but in the movie lugia is a unique and legendary pokemon that keeps the peace

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gravity12 said:
Well it depends on whether it's the anime or games.

In the anime there was an episode with a Lugia and a young/baby Lugia named Silver. There is no way Lugia would be able to breed without a Lugia of the opposite gender.

in the games, they're is logic behind why there is only one Lugia and is genderless. Because Lugia is a legendary Pokemon, and in the games legendaries are supposed to be more stronger than average Pokemon. So the game developers decided Lugia along with most other legendaries would be genderless to avoid people from breeding them with Dittos to make more strong Pokemon. Technically they'd be cheating and not being fair.
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Frogman711 said:
Legendary pokemon are genderless the pic MysictheCat posted is regular lugia and dark lugia which was in the pokemon battle collesium for the gamecube i think(i may be slightly off)
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yeah I just felt like putting the pic there cuase I like it.not saying that one of is a boy and the one is a girl.Just showing that there can by another Lugia.
MysictheCat posted over a year ago
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ther can be be boy or girl lugias.raley not though.
knbknb2 posted over a year ago
dragon44 said:
yes
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dragonguardian said:
well seeing as that Lugia can breed, proven from episodes 222-225.it would seem that yes there are boys and girls,
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davarian said:
a boy in the movie pokémon 2000
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Lugia250 said:
Lugia Has no Gender
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cswat said:
well there is a male and a female but,the female has more violent behaivors.
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pokemonrock333 said:
there has to be a boy and girl lugia because there is a baby lugia on one of the Pokemon TV shows it is possible that lugia is a girl and shadow lugia is a boy and they mated
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bad-systr said:
both
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babydollpokemon said:
i believe so. in the show there was a baby lugia with an adult lugia. and im assuming that the adult was the mother. there should be both. too bad they dont put tht in the games :/ but i have lugias in my games and i nickname them as if they were girls so yeahh i think they can be both
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kingmig202 said:
Probably yes... but maybe(is a theory) the genderless pokemon are does that aren't fully study yet, since never in the anime and games of pokemon there has been a profesor to study lengendary pokemon, so in my opionion there must be male and female legendary pokemon if not how can they exist over centuries because all i know is that there are legendaries but not immortals
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GrovyleTheHero said:
Yes there are because there exists a baby lugia named silver from Episode 220 to 222. The one from the movie is the male which you can reconize at his voice. The one from the Episodes would be the female and has black instead of the royal blue.
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