With recent changes to {{Pokémon}}, some things may look a little funny. In particular, all Pokémon that haven't had their gender parameter updated to the new format are displaying as 100% male, regardless of what the old text says. It may take a while but I will be gradually working on updating the affected pages. --Eithris (talk) 04:35, 8 November 2018 (UTC)

List of Egg Groups

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Egg Groups are categories in which Pokémon are placed to show which Pokémon are able to breed with another. Most Pokémon are able to breed, with the exception of Legendary Pokémon and Baby Pokémon. Also, most Pokémon egg groups intertwine with each other in their evolutionary line, such as Pikachu and Raichu.

List of Egg Groups

  1. Monster
  2. Water 1
  3. Bug
  4. Flying
  5. Field
  6. Fairy
  7. Grass
  8. Human-like
  9. Water 3
  10. Mineral
  11. Amorphous
  12. Water 2
  13. Ditto
  14. Dragon
  15. Undiscovered

The Breeding Process

Main article: Pokémon BreedingDuring the breeding, the father must have the moves to pass on to the baby, and the mother must be the species of Pokémon desired. The only exception to this rule is between Nidoran♀ and Nidoran♂, where the baby can be 50/50 male or female. In some instances, chain breeding is needed to pass down moves from generation to generation. If the two Pokémon who have the baby are the same species, the egg appear quicker.

Any move that can be learned as an egg move, be it TM, HM, or other, will be passed on to the offspring.