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Old October 25th, 2003 (12:38 PM).
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    I was just wondering if Kyogre was better than Groudon or Groudon better than Kyogre?
    I know Kyogre can learn:
    Rest at level 50
    Sheer Cold at level 60
    Double-Edge at level 65
    Water Spout at level 75
    I know Groudon can learn:
    Rest at level 50
    Fissure at level 60
    Solarbeam at level 65
    Eruption at level 75
    The 2 rest moves are the same
    Sheer Cold and Fissure are 1 hit KO's
    Solarbeam and Double-Edge's strength are 120
    Eruption and Water Spout's strength are 150
    It seems they are made to be equal. Same with Latios and Latias.
    Latios can learn:
    Recover at level 45
    Dragon Dance at level 50
    Latias can learn:
    Recover at level 45
    Charm at level 50
    However if you have both Ruby and Sapphire (I only have Ruby) could you please tell me who is better for taking on the Pokemon League or just better in general.
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    Old October 25th, 2003 (12:47 PM).
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      Generally, Kyogre is superior. Its weather effect adds to its high Special Attack stat and STAB it has with water. Groudon though, its weather doesn't help it's hugh attack, or it's STAB with ground.
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