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Did Torterra steal groudon's description, or did groudon go to the future and steal torterra's?

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In other words, why are they both continent Pokemon? I think torterra is fine but shouldnt groundon be the super destructive dragon thing Pokemon?

asked Apr 2 by Bob Mcfluffykins
edited Apr 2 by Ludicobro
Typhlosion-Volcano Pokemon|Entei-Volcano Pokemon
not every pokemon is its own species.
Speaking of lava, In jaune plaza in lumiose city, after you beat the elite 4 and champion, the two ladies say that a lava dome pokemon (Heatrans description) is in the plaza. How?
just a reference to Heatran.
Your feeling questiony today Bob Mcfluffykins
If anyone answers saying Torterra stole it,I will get really angry!

1 Answer

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Many Pokemon are both classified the same way mostly because they share, look like or do very similar things. Just like both Ampharos and Lanturn are classified as the light Pokemon due to both sharing the very special trait of having to produce light. As are Goodra, Dragonite and Salamence classified as The Dragon Pokemon.

Groudon being classified the continent Pokemon speaks for itself as its Pokedex entry states:

Said to have expanded the lands by evaporating water with raging heat.
It battled titanically with Kyogre.

This legendary Pokémon is said to represent the land. It went to sleep
after dueling Kyogre.

Basically, Groudon being the reason behind land massa(i.e continents) it is nigh normal that it is classified by what it stands for.


As for Torterra people in ancient times thought that a gigantic Torterra dwelled under the earth

Ancient people imagined that beneath the ground, a gigantic Torterra dwelled.

Looking at Torterra's design it also basically looks like a walking continent so for this reason it is very likely that it was simply classified by its looks.

So all in all, no one stole any classification, however both Pokemon were classified with the same classification for different reasons that had traits taken from both Pokemon.

However with this, the original classification as "The Continent Pokemon" technically belongs to Groudon.

answered Apr 2 by Aeternis
But I still like to think that groudon met the doctor and used the TARDIS to see torterra's spieces description.
lol, ok
Do you watch doctor who?