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Old 09-28-2012, 05:07 PM
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Default Re: Lugia and Ho-oh Genders

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Originally Posted by Graceful_Suicune View Post
I always pictured lugia as feminine before I heard the voice in Pokemon 2000. Same with suicune. I still picture suicune as females most of the time but I'm really unsure when it comes to ho-oh/lugia. XD I think I'm as undecided as you are.

Because I write stories, I see any pokemon as any gender, really. YES, EVEN FEMALE MACHAMP. XD Well except things like the nidoran family and other gender-specific pokemon, EXCEPT FREAKING RUFFLET AND VULLABY. They should NOT be gender specific. That really ticks me off. And it's so typical that all the 'oruses are male when meloetta, which is CLEARLY feminine, is genderless. Just, what.

~GS.
I loled at this. Or I would have if I wasn't in a library.
Suicune is definitely feminine.
I do love female Machamps. But most Pokémon, especially legendaries if you're working under the presumption that there is only one, lean one way or the other.
Meloetta definately has a female vibe but (much as it contradicts with all of this) I'm a fan of genderless legendaries. The only gendered legendaries I really support are Lati@s.
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