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My Treecko/Grovyle/Sceptile have the egg moves of: Crunch, Crush Claw, DragonBreath, Endeavour, and Leech Seed (and mud sport, but I don't really want that.) Can anyone tell me how to breed any of these on to a baby Treecko, Preferably Dragon Breath, Crunch, or Crush Claw.

(Please note that I'm a complete noob when it comes to breeding and I only have access to Pokémon Ruby.)

First of all you have to make sure your treecko is female or that you trade a ditto from leafgreen, firered, or emerald, otherwise you are not going to be able to breed at all. If you this part covered and still need help, let me know and I could give more precise steps than what is posted here

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Here is a breeding guide to HG SS, http://pokemondb.net/pokedex/treecko/egg, I hope I helped. I believe its similar to Ruby

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He said Ruby, not HGSS...
it is similar tho.....
Um, no it isn't. Even if it was, similar =/= the same?
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Do you mean you have a Sceptile with all those moves already? It's just I didn't understand how you got all those moves onto one Sceptile. o-o

Breeding those moves onto a Treecko will only work if your breeding parent with those moves is male.

Essentially, male parents will transfer any compatible moves to the offspring, female parents will determine the species of the offspring.

I think you mean you want those moves on a Treecko, because I can't see any perceivable way where a Treecko can learn all those moves. It can only learn some through breeding

I think it's best breed Crunch and Dragon Breath onto Treecko, since Bagon/Shelgon/Salamence know both those moves. If the Salamence is male and has both Crunch and Dragon Breath in its moveset, the resulting baby Treecko will know Crunch and Dragon Breath.

So what you need is:
- a male Bagon/Shelgon/Salamence with Crunch and Dragon Breath in its moveset
- either a female Treecko/Grovyle/Sceptile OR a Ditto

Have a look here; it's the list of moves a Treecko can learn via breeding in Gen III.

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