Breeding pokemon emerald serebii

Deoxys is a legendary Pokemon and cannot breed in Pokemon Emerald. This Pokemon can only be obtained through trade and special Live Nintendo events. Asked in Pokemon Ruby Sapphire and Emerald

POOCHYENA is an omnivore - it will eat anything. A distinguishing feature is how large its fangs are compared to its body. This POKéMON tries to intimidate its foes by making the hair on its tail bristle out. FireRed LeafGreen: It has a very tenacious nature. Its acute sense of smell lets it chase a chosen prey without ever losing track. Emerald

However, as of Pokémon X & Y, this all changes. From now on, the Poké Ball the egg hatches in is now solely based upon the ball that the mother was caught in. So, if you're breeding a female Pokémon you caught in a Dusk Ball with a male Pokémon in a Cherish Ball, the baby will always be inside the Dusk Ball. In the core series games. The player can leave their Pokémon at Pokémon Day Care, where they gain experience over time. At Pokémon Day Care centers that can raise two Pokémon at once, if the player leaves a compatible pair of Pokémon, they will produce a Pokémon Egg in a process known as Pokémon breeding.

I usually prefer to hatch my eggs in unique locations or locations that usually you don't expect to see for the Pokemon. For example, in Gen 4, I actually take the time to hatch my eggs in the moomoo milk Cafe or the church-like building in Hearthome, since those two areas actually have their own location header (so if an egg hatch inside the Cafe, the summary will say it was hatched in the Cafe) Some are even genderless like Metagross. Also not every Pokemon will breed with every other one. Check the Egg groups in a Pokedex to see what will breed with what. If you want to breed and raise a butt-kicking Salamence, for example, you will need a female Bagon, Shelgon or Salamence. Yes Smeargle is in an Egg group, or a group of breedable Pokemon, called the Ground egg group. This means that it can breed with any other Pokemon from the ground group. Don't be taken in by this Pokemon's cute face - it's very dangerous. MAWILE fools the foe into letting down its guard, then chomps down with its massive jaws. The steel jaws are really horns that have been transformed. Emerald: Its giant jaws are actually steel horns that transformed.