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Kyogre
Kyogre
Artwork from Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire

Creator(s)

Kairi

Oldest version

Kairi's version (2010)

Newest version

Kairi's version (2010)

Origin

Pokémon

Kyogre is a Water-type Pokémon from the Pokémon series. It is a Legendary Pokémon and part of the Weather trio along with Groudon and Rayquaza, and is the version mascot of Pokémon Sapphire and its enhanced remake, Pokémon Alpha Sapphire. Although it does not evolve from or into any known Pokémon, it has a Primal Reversion known as Primal Kyogre. It appears at #198 in the Hoenn Pokédex and #382 in the National Pokédex.

Kyogre is known in Hoenn mythology as the Pokémon that expanded the sea by flooding the continents with powerful storms. In ancient times, Kyogre and Groudon had absorbed massive amounts of the world's natural energy, granting them the power of Primal Reversion, allowing them to transform into Primal Kyogre and Primal Groudon, respectively. Seeking to obtain more of this power for themselves, the two clashed with each other, often throwing the people of the Hoenn region into the crossfire. Finally, the fighting came to an end when the people of Hoenn's cries for help resonated with energy stored in meteorites consumed by Rayquaza, which allowed Rayquaza to acquire the power of Mega Evolution, causing it to Mega Evolve into Mega Rayquaza and disperse the fighting, forcing Kyogre and Groudon to enter a deep slumber.

In M.U.G.E.N, a Kyogre has been made under the name of 'Kaiole' (which bares some resemblance to its Japanese name, Kaiorga) by Kairi. Much like Kairi's Grouda character, Kaiole uses simple and somewhat crude sprites with black outlines and no shading. It attacks mainly through the use of water-based projectiles.

Kairi's version

Kaioleidle

This character may look like it's been flattened against a wall, but make no mistake, it's alarmingly agile and insanely powerful. Armed to the teeth with unblockable attacks, attacks that deal excessive chip damage and many projectiles, landing a hit on this character is about as easy as dodging a torrential downpour.

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