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What is Pseudo?

1 vote

I see this word everywhere but I have no idea what it actually means.

asked Mar 1, 2011 by ƒιzz

2 Answers

4 votes
 
Best answer

Though GAMEBEATER is right (probably :D), you maybe meant pseudo-legendary. It's non-legendary Pokémon with total stats over 600 (but eg. hounds, guardians and golems have only 580). The psuedo-legendaries are: Dragonite, Tyranitar, Metagross, Salamence, Garchomp, and Sazandora.

answered Mar 1, 2011 by DarthDestiny
edited Mar 1, 2011 by trachy
Hounds,Guardians and Golems aren't Pseudo-legends
Dragonite,Tyranitar,Salamence,Metagross,Garchomp and Sazandora are Pseudo-legends
I know they aren't. They're just legendaries under 600
So pseudo-legends are legendaries under 600 or normal pokemon who are more than 600?
Quick question, where did the 600 or below come from? I don't really understand it.
It's stats total. If you mean, why 600, I'm really not sure :D
2 votes

It's nickname in french.
I comes from the greek word ''ψευδής'' (or ''ψέυτικος'') wich means false, not real.

Eg: SuperFlygon is your Pseudo.

answered Mar 1, 2011 by GAMEBEATER
edited Mar 1, 2011 by GAMEBEATER
Sheesh, French......
I speak English!!