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Can I breed a female Hydreigon with a male Gyrados?

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I have a Hydreigon and a Magikarp (I'm working on evolving it into a Gyrados), they're both in the Dragon Egg group, can I breed them to get a Deino or a Magikarp???

asked Feb 23, 2013 by EeveeLover
You seem to have asked this 4 times. Please can you hide the questions with no answers please?
Sorry, I didn't mean too...

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Best answer

http://pokemondb.net/mechanics/egg-groups/dragon Yes you can because they are in the same egg group.

answered Feb 23, 2013 by Blobyolo
selected Mar 6, 2013 by Mewderator
No, I really meant what baby Pokemon would I get?
Maybe you should have made that more apparent?
My bad in that case the offspring will always be the same as the mother so if Hydregion is female you will receive a baby Dieno. Sorry I misread the description, though as said your question could have been clearer.
2 votes

Yes you can breedd them and the baby will be the pre evolution of the female in this gase hydreigon so you get a dieno.

answered Feb 24, 2013 by Gʟɪɢᴜʀʀ
Thanks!
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PikachuLover, go to the link below. It will take you to this page's "Breeding" page. It will tell you all you need to know about breeding Pokémon. The basics are:
Pokémon must be of the same "Egg Group"
Eggs are the same pokémon of the female
Eggs inherit moves from the Male if possible (the link describes it more)
Females pass on abilities

To answer your question, your Pokémon baby will be a Deino.

http://pokemondb.net/mechanics/breeding

answered Feb 24, 2013 by Slobberdog