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[[File:PokémonEggs.png|thumb|Sugimori art of Pokémon Eggs]]
 
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A '''Pokémon egg''' is an egg that will hatch into a Pokémon. They were introduced in [[Generation II]]. A Pokémon egg can be obtained by breeding two Pokémon in the Day Care Center (leaving them in the day care at the same time). Pokémon left in the day care will have an egg if all of the following conditions are met:
A '''Pokémon egg''' is an egg that will hatch into a Pokémon. They were introduced in [[Generation II]]. A Pokémon egg can be obtained by breeding two Pokémon in the Day Care Center (leaving them in the day care at the same time). Pokémon will have an egg if one of the following conditions are met:
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*Same egg group (e.g. [[Lucario]] and [[Blaziken]], both in the Humanshape egg group) or one of them is in the Ditto group (which, currently, is only Ditto itself)
*Same egg group (e.g. [[Lucario]] and [[Blaziken]], both in the Humanshape egg group)
 
 
*Different Genders
 
*Different Genders
*Non-legendary (except [[Phione]] and [[Manaphy]])
 
*Ditto and any other Non-legendary (Gen.III/IV)
 
 
*Must not be in the No Eggs group (Legendary Pokémon or Baby Pokémon)
 
*Must not be in the No Eggs group (Legendary Pokémon or Baby Pokémon)
   
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*In [[Sinnoh]], the center is located in [[Solaceon Town]].
 
*In [[Sinnoh]], the center is located in [[Solaceon Town]].
 
*In [[Unova]], the center is located on [[Unova Route 3|Route 3]], near [[Striaton City]].
 
*In [[Unova]], the center is located on [[Unova Route 3|Route 3]], near [[Striaton City]].
In order to produce eggs in the [[Kanto|Kanto-based]] games, [[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen]], the player can sail to [[Four Island]], situated in the [[Sevii Islands]], in post-game.
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*In [[Kalos]], the center is located on [[Kalos Route 7|Route 7]], near [[Camphrier Town]].
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In order to produce eggs in the [[Kanto|Kanto-based]] games, [[Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen Version|Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen]], the player can sail to [[Four Island]], situated in the [[Sevii Islands]], in post-game.
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
*In the games before [[Generation IV]], Pokémon would hatch at level five instead of level one.
 
*In the games before [[Generation IV]], Pokémon would hatch at level five instead of level one.
 
*In Kanto-based games in [[Generation I]] and [[Generation III]], a Day Care Center can be located in [[Kanto Route 5|Route 5]], but only one Pokémon can be left at the Day Care. In other generations with Kanto being accessible, it is replaced with a house that one can obtain the [[Cleanse Tag]].
 
*In Kanto-based games in [[Generation I]] and [[Generation III]], a Day Care Center can be located in [[Kanto Route 5|Route 5]], but only one Pokémon can be left at the Day Care. In other generations with Kanto being accessible, it is replaced with a house that one can obtain the [[Cleanse Tag]].
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==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
 
===Game===
 
===Game===
 
<gallery captionalign="left">
 
<gallery captionalign="left">
Pokemon_Pl/D/P_Egg.png|A Pokémon Egg
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Pokemon Pl/D/P Egg.png|A Pokémon Egg
Manaphy's_egg.png|Manaphy's egg
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Manaphy's egg.png|Manaphy's egg
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
   
 
===Anime===
 
===Anime===
<gallery captionalign="left">
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<gallery>
Togepi_Egg.png|[[Togepi]] Egg
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Togepi Egg.png|[[Togepi]] Egg
Mudkip Egg hatch.gif|A [[Mudkip]] being born.
 
 
Happiny egg.PNG|Brock's [[Happiny]] Egg
 
Happiny egg.PNG|Brock's [[Happiny]] Egg
Manaphy Egg M9.png|[[Manaphy]] Egg in M9
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Manaphy Egg M9.png|[[Manaphy]] Egg
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Phanpy Egg.png|[[Phanpy]] Egg
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Ash's Larvitar's Egg.png|[[Larvitar]] Egg
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Elekid Egg.png|[[Elekid]] Egg
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Mudkip Egg.png|[[Mudkip]] Egg
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Vulpix Egg.png|[[Vulpix]] Egg
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May's Eevee Egg.png|[[Eevee]] Egg
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EP612 Huevo de Cyndaquil.png|[[Cyndaquil]] Egg
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AshsEgg.png|[[Scraggy]] Egg
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Ash Noibat Egg.png|[[Noibat]] Egg
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Cleffa Egg.png|[[Cleffa]] Egg
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Teddiursa Egg.png|[[Teddiursa]] Egg
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Bellsprout Egg.png|[[Bellsprout]] Egg
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Ledyba Egg.png|[[Ledyba]] Egg
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Pichu Egg.png|[[Pichu]] Egg
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Magby Egg.png|[[Magby]] Egg
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Spinarak Egg.png|[[Spinarak]] Egg
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Sentret Egg.png|[[Sentret]] Egg
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Slowpoke Egg.png|[[Slowpoke]] Egg
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Chinchou Egg.png|[[Chinchou]] Egg
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Igglybuff Egg.png|[[Igglybuff]] Egg
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Smoochum Egg.png|[[Smoochum]] Egg
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Wooper Egg.png|[[Wooper]] Egg
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Sandshrew Egg.png[[Sandschrew]] Egg
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Aipom Egg.png|[[Aipom]] Egg
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
*[[Breeding]]
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[[Breeding]]
   
 
[[ca:Ou Pokémon]]
 
[[ca:Ou Pokémon]]

Latest revision as of 06:27, August 3, 2015

PokémonEggs

Sugimori art of Pokémon Eggs

A Pokémon egg is an egg that will hatch into a Pokémon. They were introduced in Generation II. A Pokémon egg can be obtained by breeding two Pokémon in the Day Care Center (leaving them in the day care at the same time). Pokémon left in the day care will have an egg if all of the following conditions are met:

  • Same egg group (e.g. Lucario and Blaziken, both in the Humanshape egg group) or one of them is in the Ditto group (which, currently, is only Ditto itself)
  • Different Genders
  • Must not be in the No Eggs group (Legendary Pokémon or Baby Pokémon)

Day Care Centers LocationsEdit

In order to produce eggs in the Kanto-based games, Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen, the player can sail to Four Island, situated in the Sevii Islands, in post-game.

TriviaEdit

  • In the games before Generation IV, Pokémon would hatch at level five instead of level one.
  • In Kanto-based games in Generation I and Generation III, a Day Care Center can be located in Route 5, but only one Pokémon can be left at the Day Care. In other generations with Kanto being accessible, it is replaced with a house that one can obtain the Cleanse Tag.

GalleryEdit

GameEdit

AnimeEdit

See alsoEdit

Breeding

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