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Are there actually two Lugias?

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My friend told me that in one of the old Pokemon movies, there were two Lugias and one of them was a baby and another was a mother of that baby. Can someone explain this to me, i'm really confused. I even thought to myself that legendaries couldn't breed. o_o

asked Feb 29, 2012 by Darktyperuler1
edited Mar 1, 2012 by DarkTyphlosion

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Yes there were older pokemon movie (see here for details: http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Lugia_(Pokémon)#Lugia_.28movie_2.29). These was during the Johto adventures. I'm not sure why there was a movie with a baby Lugia, but legendarie (excluding Manaphy with breeds to make a Phione) can't breed.

So, bottom line, it was an older pokemon episode and Team Rocket was trying to nab Lugias child, and you can't forget, they're multiple Shaymins and the Anime and Video Game are two different branches of the Pokemon tree. And besides, legendaries have to continue living some way, don't they? XD

Hoped this answered your question!

answered Feb 29, 2012 by Rio
selected Dec 3, 2012 by Mewderator
Whoops. Well, What he said. UpVote.
Thank you, and as my picture shows, I'm a girl.
I always thought legendaries lived forever... Guess not.
Some might, some probably don't. Then Darkrai takes them away. XD

Nah, its hard to say if they live forever, but they're multiple of some legendaries like Shaymin.
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It was a movie-only thing. Lugia did have a baby.
But there is no baby Lugia in the games.

Btw, Legendaries are in an egg group called "Undiscovered".

We just have not discovered how they breed or what they breed with, since there is supposed to be one of each.

answered Feb 29, 2012 by 5th of November
edited Mar 1, 2012 by Pokemaster