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===Generation I===
===Generation I===
*[[Articuno]], [[Zapdos]] and [[Moltres]] – The Legendary Birds, ruled by [[Lugia]].
*[[Articuno]], [[Zapdos]] and [[Moltres]] – The Legendary Birds, ruled by [[Lugia]].
*[[Mew]], [[Mewtwo]], and [[MechaMew2]] (anime only) - The Mew Trio, ruled by Mew itself.
*[[Mew]], [[Mewtwo]], and [[MechaMew2]] (live only) - The Mew Trio, ruled by Mew itself.
===Generation II===
===Generation II===

Revision as of 20:12, June 11, 2013

In each generation, there is typically at least one group of Legendary Pokémon that form a trio. Each Trio is seemingly subject to another Legendary Pokémon.

Generation I

Generation II

Generation III

Generation IV

Generation V

  • Reshiram, Zekrom and Kyurem: The Tao Dragons, ruled by Kyurem itself.
  • Cobalion, Terrakion, and Virizion: Three Pokémon based on the titular characters of the novel The Three Musketeers. Out of these swords of justice, Cobalion is the oldest and wisest and is considered their leader.
  • Keldeo: The fourth member of the Swords of Justice, thus making them a quartet.
  • Tornadus, Thundurus, and Landorus: Based on three Japanese gods known as kami, with Tornadus based on Fujin, the god of wind, Thundurus on Raijin, the god of thunder, and Landorus on Inari, the fertility god. Landorus is the master of this trio.


Some of the remaining Legends fit into pairs, namely,

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