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Farting Nudist
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posted 05-05-2002 04:10 PM      Profile for jshadias   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Which Pokemon are in each fmaily of Pokes? And can some of the Pokemon in those groups breed with Pokemon in other groups?

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Hulkamania has run wild over me.
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posted 05-06-2002 01:32 AM      Profile for Coxy   Email Coxy   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
1) Check with Earl
2) Some can, yes.

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Farting Nudist
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posted 05-06-2002 05:51 PM      Profile for spunman        Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
there are fourteen basic families that pokémon can belong to. you can name the families what you like, but same pokémon will still exist in them. pokémon do not breed with members of families to which they do not belong. however, many pokéys belong to two different families, which is what enables "chain breeding".

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