- I read the Wikipedia articles on it; it is safe to assume that. 3D, for peace, justice and the Nintendo way!
- Yep. Rayquaza, and most legendaries for that matter, have no gender. My Bloody Valentine That confuses me. Do they live forever?
Yes it's genderless. The only legendaries that have genders are Latios, Latias,and Heatran. But most people (including me) consider anything that is genderless as male.--King Boo 17:25, 9 December 2007 (EST)
Legendary Pokémon do have genders, you just can't tell what they are. I remember seeing a Pokémon episode where there was a mum Lugia with a male baby Lugia called Silver. Forgetting the gender tripe, I have a question; why does Rayquaza come out of a LAKE??? It lives in the ozone layer for God's sake! It's a flying Pokémon!! Georgedrake Z
Member of Subspace?
Rayquaza is listed as an "affiliate" of the Subspace Army. Is this really accurate? I was given to thinking it was just a wild animal and Diddy had entered its territory. It's not trying to take over the world or anything, just defend its home. ~ Joshi 04:28, 27 March 2009 (EDT)
- At the very least, the Rayquaza at the end of the game is affiliated with the Subspace Army. -- Son of Suns (talk)
do we need zis?
why do we need this page???-user:Super Luigi