Ranking the Legendary Pokemon in Hoopa and the Clash of Ages0 RepliesAdd A Reply
Hoopa and the Clash of Ages is the Pokemon movie with the most legendaries in it. There are a total of 15 legendaries, including Hoopa itself. So bring your strongest Pokemon and a sh!t ton of healing items, since we're going into a battle between some of the most powerful legendaries of all time.
My least favourite legendary from this film, as well as my least favourite legendary ever, is Arceus. I cannot put into words how much I hate this goat-@$$ c*nt. Aside from its design and movie, this kinky pony was one of the most advertised Pokemon for the movie. But did it do anything important? No! Seriously, Arceus in this movie did less than Kevin in The Jewel of Life!
Regigigas is stupid on so many levels. Mold grows on its shoulders, and it's horrible in competitive. And in the movie, why would Hoopa pick a fight with this p*$$y of all legendaries?
"How could the star Pokemon be so low?"
Hold your horses buddy. I by no means hate Hoopa. I just don't like it as much as other legendaries.
Reshiram is the Pokemon representing truths. This majestic flying Dragon type is bad@$$. But it has a d!ck.
I love Palkia's design aside from its d!ldo-shaped head. Palkia is great, with pearls on its shoulders and looking like a Kaiju. And yes, I'm a Godzilla fan too.
Hitting Number 9 is Latias, in my opinion the cutest legendary. She's so f*ckin' adorable, and she's from Hoenn so I'm biased.
This is one of the more controversial legendaries. When it was revealed to be in the movie, people were like "But Latios died in Heroes!" Well, this is a different pair. Both Latios and his sister Mega Evolved, despite being rarely advertised. In all honesty though, I do prefer their original designs.
I love this black Dragon type monster. Sure, Reshiram is more powerful, but Zekrom has a better design by far.
Coming in at Number 7 is Kyurem. It could've been lower if its new forms were never made. They made this beast one of the strongest Pokemon of all time.
This Gojira-looking mother****er is straight up badass. Before ORAS, I never cared for Groudon, until it got a Primal Reversion. Despite its Ground/Fire typing, its Desolate Land ability evaporates Water type moves. Plus, its blood is literally magma.
Next up on our list is Kyogre, the badass killer whale-looking motherflipper. Orcas are my favorite whale, so I love Kyogre. Having problems with Mega Charizard Y? Look no further than Kyogre. Its ability, stats, and moves make it great at putting out Fire types like Primal Groudon, Victini, and Mega Charizard Y.
Reaching the Top 5 is Lugia. Lugia has a great design and is the ultimate tank. Just keep spamming Calm Minds and Recovers. Plus, Lugia was in my favorite Pokemon movie, Pokemon 2000. Not to mention that it's so serene and graceful.
This dinosaur-looking bad@$$ is a boss. Its Dragon/Steel typing grants it nine resistances and one immunity. It also only has two weaknesses in Fighting and Ground. I like it more than Palkia because I'm more of a dinosaur fan than a Kaiju fan. And yeah, my issue with Palkia's head.
Barely missing the top spot is the Pokemon Devil, Giratina. This Satanic motherf*cker is one of the most terrifying Pokemon. It has two separate forms, looks like a Satanic dragon, and is a beast in competitive. Its cutscene in Platinum literally made me drop my DS. I can also relate to Giratina since it is an outcast and is misunderstood by the public. #relatable
Talk about predictable. Were you surprised? Yeah, neither am I. Anyone who knows me saw this coming. In fact, anyone who knows me could've predicted the whole damn list! Back on topic, Rayquaza is a f*cking monstrosity. It's so atrociously powerful that it destroyed Ubers and is the only Pokemon in the Anything Goes tier. Not even God is that powerful. I think we have a new Lord and Savior, people. And yeah, this guy was a bad@$$ in The Clash of Ages.
"Part of the journey is the end..."
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