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Kyogre Pokemon GO

Kyogre Raid Battle

Raid Pass

You would normally find and catch Pokemon GO Kyogre in Harbors, Lake and Ocean Locations since it's an Water type. However, This specific Pokemon can only be captured after defeating it in a Raid Battle. Raid Bosses spawn at Gym locations and players use Raid Passes to enter the battle.

Kyogre Legendary Egg

Legendary Egg Raid BossLevel 5 ★★★★★

This is the Pokemon GO Kyogre Raid Egg. Only Legendary Pokemon can reach Level 5 Star Difficulty.

Pokemon GO Kyogre Raid Boss

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Capture Rate: -
CP:
Can Solo:
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KyogrePrimal Reversion

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Kyogre is said to be the personification of the sea itself. Legends tell of its many clashes against Groudon, as each sought to gain the power of nature.

Through Primal Reversion and with nature’s full power, it will take back its true form. It can summon storms that cause the sea levels to rise.

Kyogre is said to be the personification of the sea itself. Legends tell of its many clashes against Groudon, as each sought to gain the power of nature.

Through Primal Reversion and with nature’s full power, it will take back its true form. It can summon storms that cause the sea levels to rise.

Versions:

  • Height14' 09"
  • Weight776.0 lbs
  • Gender Unknown
  • CategorySea Basin
  • Abilities
CloseAbility Info

Drizzle

The Pokémon makes it rain when it enters a battle.

  • Height32' 02"
  • Weight948.0 lbs
  • Gender Unknown
CloseAbility Info

Primordial Sea

The Pokémon changes the weather to nullify Fire-type attacks.

Evolutions

This Pokémon does not evolve.

Kyogre Pokémon TV Episodes

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Kyogre's Moves

Below is a list of all of the moves that Kyogre can learn, along with what level it learns the move, the TM or TR number, and what egg moves it can learn, if any. Hover over a move (desktop/laptop) or click the ? button next to the move (mobile/tablet) to find out more about the move.

Level Up Moves

Here are all of the moves Kyogre learns via level up. Anything marked "Evo." means it learns it upon evolving. If the level is 1, it can be relearned at a Pokémon Center.

Lv.MoveTypeCategoryPowerAcc.%PPTargetInfo
1

Water Pulse

Has a 20% chance of confusing the target.

WATER

SPECIAL
60 100% 20One Target
1

Ancient Power

Has a 10% chance of raising Kyogre's Attack, Defense, Sp. Atk, Sp. Def, and Speed by one stage.

ROCK

SPECIAL
60 100% 5One Target
1

Body Slam

Has a 30% chance to paralyze the target.

NORMAL

PHYSICAL
85 100% 15One Target
1

Scary Face

Lowers the target's Speed by two stages.

NORMAL

STATUS
-- 100% 10One Target
9

Aqua Tail

Damages the target.

WATER

PHYSICAL
90 90% 10One Target
18

Calm Mind

Raises Kyogre's Special Attack and Special Defense by one stage.

PSYCHIC

STATUS
-- --20User
27

Muddy Water

30% chance of lowering all nearby enemies' Accuracy by one stage.

WATER

SPECIAL
90 85% 10Nearby Enemies
36

Ice Beam

Has a 10% chance to freeze the target.

ICE

SPECIAL
90 100% 10One Target
45

Sheer Cold

Knocks out the target. Fails against higher-level Pokémon.

ICE

SPECIAL
varies 30% 5One Target
54

Aqua Ring

Restores 1/16 the user's max HP between turns.

WATER

STATUS
-- --20User
63

Origin Pulse

Damages all nearby enemies.

WATER

SPECIAL
110 85% 10Nearby Enemies
72

Hydro Pump

Damages the target.

WATER

SPECIAL
110 80% 5One Target
81

Double-Edge

Kyogre takes 33% of Double-Edge's damage as recoil damage.

NORMAL

PHYSICAL
120 100% 15One Target
90

Water Spout

Does weaker damage based on how low Kyogre's HP is compared to its max.

WATER

SPECIAL
150 100% 5Nearby Enemies

TM Moves

Here are all of the moves that Kyogre can learn via TM (Technical Machine). These moves can be taught an unlimited number of times once the TM is obtained.

TMMoveTypeCategoryPowerAcc.%PPTargetInfo
TM08

Hyper Beam

Requires a turn to recharge (unless it misses).

NORMAL

SPECIAL
150 90% 5One Target
TM09

Giga Impact

Requires a turn to recharge (unless it misses).

NORMAL

PHYSICAL
150 90% 5One Target
TM14

Thunder Wave

Paralyzes the target.

ELECTRIC

STATUS
-- 90% 20One Target
TM19

Safeguard

Protects your team from status conditions for the next 5 turns.

NORMAL

STATUS
-- --25User's Field
TM21

Rest

Kyogre restores its HP to full and falls asleep for two turns.

PSYCHIC

STATUS
-- --10User
TM22

Rock Slide

Has a 30% chance of causing all nearby enemies to flinch.

ROCK

PHYSICAL
75 90% 10Nearby Enemies
TM24

Snore

Can only be used while asleep. 30% chance of making the target flinch.

NORMAL

SPECIAL
50 100% 15One Target
TM25

Protect

Protects Kyogre from attacks for a turn. Low chance of working on consecutive turns.

NORMAL

STATUS
-- --10User
TM26

Scary Face

Lowers the target's Speed by two stages.

NORMAL

STATUS
-- 100% 10One Target
TM27

Icy Wind

100% chance of lowering all nearby enemies' Speed by one stage.

ICE

SPECIAL
55 95% 15Nearby Enemies
TM33

Rain Dance

Changes the weather to rainy for 5 turns.

WATER

STATUS
-- --5Entire Field
TM35

Hail

Changes the weather to hail for 5 turns.

ICE

STATUS
-- --10Entire Field
TM36

Whirlpool

Traps the target for 2–5 turns; does 1/16 max HP per turn. Deals extra damage to targets using Dive.

WATER

SPECIAL
35 85% 15One Target
TM39

Facade

Does double damage if Kyogre is poisoned, burned, or paralyzed.

NORMAL

PHYSICAL
70 100% 20One Target
TM43

Brick Break

Breaks the opponent's Light Screen or Reflect.

FIGHTING

PHYSICAL
75 100% 15One Target
TM45

Dive

Can't be hit on the first turn, attacks on the second turn.

WATER

PHYSICAL
80 100% 10One Target
TM48

Rock Tomb

100% chance of lowering the target's Speed by one stage.

ROCK

PHYSICAL
60 95% 15One Target
TM55

Brine

Does double damage if the target's HP is 50% or less.

WATER

SPECIAL
65 100% 10One Target
TM64

Avalanche

Attacks last; if damaged this turn, hits for double damage.

ICE

PHYSICAL
60 100% 10One Target
TM76

Round

Deals double damage if Round has already been used and causes any other Pokémon using Round to use it immediately afterward.

NORMAL

SPECIAL
60 100% 15One Target
TM81

Bulldoze

100% chance of lowering all nearby Pokémon's Speed by one stage.

GROUND

PHYSICAL
60 100% 20All But Self

TR Moves

Here are all of the moves that Kyogre can learn via TR (Technical Record). These moves can be taught only once per TR, but TRs can be obtained in the Wild Area and other locations.

TRMoveTypeCategoryPowerAcc.%PPTargetInfo
TR01

Body Slam

Has a 30% chance to paralyze the target.

NORMAL

PHYSICAL
85 100% 15One Target
TR03

Hydro Pump

Damages the target.

WATER

SPECIAL
110 80% 5One Target
TR04

Surf

Deals extra damage to targets using Dive.

WATER

SPECIAL
90 100% 15All But Self
TR05

Ice Beam

Has a 10% chance to freeze the target.

ICE

SPECIAL
90 100% 10One Target
TR06

Blizzard

Has a 10% chance to freeze all nearby enemies. 100% accuracy while it is hailing.

ICE

SPECIAL
110 70% 5Nearby Enemies
TR08

Thunderbolt

Has a 10% chance to paralyze the target.

ELECTRIC

SPECIAL
90 100% 15One Target
TR09

Thunder

30% chance of paralyzing the target. 100% accuracy in the rain and 50% accuracy in sunny weather.

ELECTRIC

SPECIAL
110 70% 10One Target
TR10

Earthquake

Does double damage against targets using Dig.

GROUND

PHYSICAL
100 100% 10All But Self
TR16

Waterfall

Has a 20% chance of causing the target to flinch.

WATER

PHYSICAL
80 100% 15One Target
TR20

Substitute

Costs 25% of Kyogre's max HP. Sets up a Substitute to block effects and damage.

NORMAL

STATUS
-- --10User
TR26

Endure

Will survive any hit with at least 1 HP left this turn. 50% chance of working on consecutive turns.

NORMAL

STATUS
-- --10User
TR27

Sleep Talk

Can only be used while asleep. Uses one of Kyogre's moves at random.

NORMAL

STATUS
-- --10User
TR35

Uproar

Lose control for up to 5 turns. While the Uproar is active, no Pokémon can be asleep.

NORMAL

SPECIAL
90 100% 10Random Enemy
TR45

Muddy Water

30% chance of lowering all nearby enemies' Accuracy by one stage.

WATER

SPECIAL
90 85% 10Nearby Enemies
TR49

Calm Mind

Raises Kyogre's Special Attack and Special Defense by one stage.

PSYCHIC

STATUS
-- --20User
TR74

Iron Head

Has a 30% chance of causing the target to flinch.

STEEL

PHYSICAL
80 100% 15One Target
TR79

Heavy Slam

Power ranges from 40–120 based on Kyogre's weight vs. the target's weight.

STEEL

PHYSICAL
varies 100% 10One Target
TR84

Scald

Has a 30% chance to burn the target.

WATER

SPECIAL
80 100% 15One Target
TR98

Liquidation

20% chance of lowering the target's Defense by one stage.

WATER

PHYSICAL
85 100% 10One Target

Kyogre's Detailed Stats

Below you'll find a more detailed table containing Kyogre'scalculated stats, which are the stats that you actually see displayed in game. These are affected by a variety of things, such as level, Effort Values (EVs), Individual Values (IVs), and Kyogre's Nature.

By default, the stats you see in the table below show four different possibilities, all assuming Kyogre is level 100: its stats with 0 EVs, 252+ (max) EVs, 0 IVs, and 31 (max) IVs. Nature is not shown by default, so its maximum is 10% higher than shown here, and minium 10% lower.

Stats at
level 100
0 EVs252+ EVsBase Stat
MinMaxMinMax
HP 310341373404100
Attack 205236268299100
Defense 18521624827990
Sp. Atk 305336368399150
Sp. Def 285316348379140
Speed 18521624827990

Where to Find Kyogre

If you're looking for where to find Kyogre, you'll find the various methods listed down below, along with any notes or special locations. This should help you figure out how to get Kyogre in Pokémon Sword & Shield. (Currently this does not show most "strong" static encounters or Max Raid Battles.)

Kyogre is exclusive to Pokémon Shield, so if you are playing Pokémon Sword, you will need to trade with someone playing Pokémon Shield in order to obtain it for your Pokédex.

Special Ways to Get Kyogre

Catchable as a legendary boss Pokémon during Dynamax Adventures in Crown Tundra (DLC), level 70. Exclusive to Pokémon Shield, but can be found in any version in multiplayer Dynamax Adventures if at least one player is playing Shield. Only one of this Pokémon can be caught and taken with you in Dynamax Adventures per game save. Keep this in mind if attempting to get a Shiny version of this Pokémon! (Catching this Pokémon but refusing to take it with you after the Dynamax Adventure is complete will still allow you to try again in the future, with a new chance of it being Shiny.)

Pokédex Entries for Kyogre

Generation 6 Pokédex Entries

X

A mythical Pokémon said to have swelled the seas with rain and tidal waves. It battled with Groudon.

Y

It is said to have widened the seas by causing downpours. It had been asleep in a marine trench.

Omega Ruby

Through Primal Reversion and with nature's full power, it will take back its true form. It can summon storms that cause the sea levels to rise.

Alpha Sapphire

Kyogre is said to be the personification of the sea itself. Legends tell of its many clashes against Groudon, as each sought to gain the power of nature.

Generation 5 Pokédex Entries

BlackWhiteBlack 2White 2

It is said to have widened the seas by causing downpours. It had been asleep in a marine trench.

Generation 4 Pokédex Entries

DiamondPearlPlatinum

It is said to have widened the seas by causing downpours. It had been asleep in a marine trench.

HeartGoldSoulSilver

A mythical Pokémon said to have swelled the seas with rain and tidal waves. It battled with GROUDON.

Generation 3 Pokédex Entries

Ruby

KYOGRE has the power to create massive rain clouds that cover the entire sky and bring about torrential downpours. This POKéMON saved people who were suffering from droughts.

Sapphire

KYOGRE is named in mythology as the POKéMON that expanded the sea by covering the land with torrential rains and towering tidal waves. It took to sleep after a cataclysmic battle with GROUDON.

Emerald

KYOGRE has appeared in mythology as the creator of the sea. After long years of feuding with GROUDON, it took to sleep at the bottom of the sea.

FireRedLeafGreen

This POKéMON is said to have expanded the sea by bringing heavy rains. It has the power to control water.

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Kyogre (Pokémon GO)

#382 (Hoenn)

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Best moveset for Kyogre

The best moves for Kyogre are Waterfall and Hydro Pump when attacking Pokémon in Gyms. This move combination has the highest total DPS and is also the best moveset for PVP battles.

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Pokémon type

Grass deals 160% damage.
Electric deals 160% damage.
Steel deals 63% damage.
Fire deals 63% damage.
Water deals 63% damage.
Ice deals 63% damage.

Evolution

Kyogre currently has no evolutions in Pokémon GO.

Kyogre Raid Guide

Kyogre has previously been Raid Boss in Tier 5 Raids.

Caught CP (boosted)

12 - 32

Standard game images

There is a very low chance that you can get a shiny Kyogre, which has the following appearance:

Summary

Kyogre is a legendary Water Pokémon. It is vulnerable to Grass and Electric moves. Kyogre's strongest moveset is Waterfall & Hydro Pump and it has a Max CP of 4,115.

About

"Through Primal Reversion and with nature's full power, it will take back its true form. It can summon storms that cause the sea levels to rise."

Base stats

Attack270
Defense228
Stamina205

Max CP

Max CP with weather boost

Max HP

Size

Height 4.5 m
Weight 352 kg

Other

Base capture rate2%
Base flee rate1%
Buddy walk distance20 km

Best moveset for Kyogre

The best moves for Kyogre are Waterfall and Hydro Pump when attacking Pokémon in Gyms. This move combination has the highest total DPS and is also the best moveset for PVP battles.

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What counters Kyogre?

Kyogre is a Water type Pokémon, which makes it weak against Grass and Electric moves.

The 5 strongest Pokémon you can use to beat Kyogre are:

  • Thundurus (Therian),
  • Zekrom,
  • Deoxys (Attack),
  • Deoxys (Normal),
  • Zacian (Crowned Sword).

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Most vulnerable to Kyogre

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IV

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Weakness kyogre

Kyogre is a popular and desired raid target in Pokémon Go. The Legendary Pokémon is the game’s best water-type attacker and is sought after for most intense raiding teams. Luckily, it has a handful of weaknesses. Our Pokémon Go Kygore raid guide explains Kyogre’s best movesetes, counters, and weaknesses.

Kyogre best counters and weaknesses

When fighting Kyogre, use grass- and electric-type Pokémon. Kyogre’s best counters and weaknesses are as follows:

  • Raikou with Thunder Shock and Wild Charge
  • Zekrom with Charge Beam and Wild Charge
  • Electivire with Thunder Shock and Wild Charge
  • Magnezone with Spark and Wild Charge
  • Roserade with Razor Leaf and Solar Beam

Sunny weather boosts grass-type moves and rainy weather boosts electric-type moves.

Kyogre best movesets

Once you get your Kyogre, the best moveset for it is Waterfall and Surf. Kyogre is one of the best dust investments to power up. It hits hard and takes down ground-, fire-, and rock-types.

Is Kyogre available Shiny?

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Lucky players may encounter a Shiny Kyogre. If you do see a Shiny, you’ll catch it on the first ball you hit it with, so use a Pinap Berry to score some extra candy.

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Pok�mon Go Kyogre counters, weaknesses and moveset explained

Kyogre, the legendary mascot for Pokémon Sapphire, appears as a raid boss in Pokémon Go.

If you want to catch Kyogre, adding its entry to your Pokédex, then you need to know what Kyogre's weaknesses and counters are.

Like all legendary Pokémon, Kyogre will appear in five-star raids and you'll need to team up with a group of trainers to defeat it. Thanks to the Remote Passes, you can now battle this legendary Pokémon in the comfort of your own home.

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Kyogre counters and weaknesses in Pokémon Go

Below you can find Kyogre's weaknesses and a selection of counters that will help you defeat it in Pokémon Go:

  • Kyogre type - Water-type
  • Kyogre is weak against - Grass and electric-type Pokémon
  • Kyogre counters - Zapdos, Raikou, Electivire, Roserade, Tangrowth and Alolan Exeggutor
  • Other Kyogre notes - Start the battle by using your strongest electric Pokémon and, if needed, move onto your grass-type Pokémon.
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Kyogre CP in Pokémon Go

Kyogre will have the following CP ranges when battling or attempting to catch it in Pokémon Go:

  • Raid Boss CP - 54,411 CP
  • CP when being caught - 2,351 CP
  • Weather boosted CP (Rain) when being caught - 2,939 CP

Kyogre Moveset in Pokémon Go

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Kyogre's moveset in Pokémon Go can include the following moves:

Possible Fast Moves:

Possible Charged Moves:

  • Blizzard (Ice)
  • Hydro Pump (Water)
  • Surf (Water)
  • Thunder (Electric)

Everything we know about Kyogre

Kyogre debuted alongside the majority of Gen 3 in Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire; though it was exclusive to Pokémon Sapphire, since it was that game's mascot. This legendary Pokémon was also tied to the Pokémon Sapphire's storyline, with the evil Team Aqua planning to use its power to flood the majority of the world. Clearly they were massive fans of the movie Waterworld.

Kyogre, along with Groudon and Rayquaza, is a member of the Weather trio - a trio of legendary Pokémon who originate in the Hoenn region. Each member of the trio has control over a specific elemental sphere, with Kyogre's being the hydropshere, which means that it has control over all of the water in the Pokémon universe.

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Kyogre might have been inspired by the leviathan, which is a mythical sea serpent, or it could simply be a personification of the world's oceans, with its body being similar to that of a whale's.

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Kyogre (Pokémon)

Kyogre (Japanese: カイオーガKyogre) is a Water-typeLegendary Pokémon introduced in Generation III.

While it is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon, Kyogre can undergo Primal Reversion and become Primal Kyogre if it holds the Blue Orb.

Kyogre possesses the ability to expand the oceans. In ancient times, it came into conflict with Groudon, a Pokémon with the ability to expand continents. In Pokémon Sapphire, Emerald, and Alpha Sapphire, Kyogre is sought after by Team Aqua as part of their plot to create more habitats for aquatic Pokémon by raising the sea level.

Kyogre is the game mascot of Pokémon Sapphire and its remake, Pokémon Alpha Sapphire, with Kyogre appearing on the box art of Sapphire and Primal Kyogre appearing on the box art of Alpha Sapphire.

Along with Groudon and Rayquaza, Kyogre is one of the super-ancient Pokémon.

Biology

Kyogre is a massive, whale-like Pokémon with two big pectoral fins, each with four white square-shaped nails. It has a deep blue body and a white chin area with two small spikes protruding under it. Above each eye are two white, oval-shaped spots. Kyogre has red stripes around its chin, eyes, dorsal fins, and torso. These stripes glow when Kyogre is brimming with power. The tail is tattered with four trailing parts, with the inner ones being smaller than the outer. Its eyes are small, yellow, and shadowed with black.

Primal Kyogre retains its general body structure but grows to more than double the size of its base form. Its main skin color becomes a darker shade of blue, the red markings along its body become light blue, and its eyes glow yellow with orange irises and orange-red pupils. The markings on its pectoral fins slightly change to form α symbols, which connect to its outer nails with red markings connecting the inner nails. Every part of its skin that was white in its base form becomes clear and translucent, with the large ovals on its head now connected to clear markings stretching from its tail to its forehead, where another α symbol is formed. The trailing parts of its tail grow longer and gain translucent webbing, and the areas between its pectoral fin markings also become clear. The translucent parts of its body reveal organ-like structures that glow with a mysterious light; it has a large "organ" at the center of its body, two smaller ones aligned with the large oval markings, and two more located in its pectoral fins. In the anime, Primal Kyogre is said to have widened the seas by a large margin simply by taking a swim.

Kyogre is said to be a powerful Pokémon, having control over the element of water and rain. It is said to have expanded the seas and is hailed as a savior for quenching areas of the world plagued with drought. Kyogre is normally calm and peaceful, but if it meets its rival, Groudon, Kyogre will engage in a cataclysmic battle against it. In the Mystery Dungeon series and core series, Kyogre is able to fly. Kyogre generally lives deep in the ocean and is said to rest in a deep trench. Kyogre is the only known Pokémon capable of learning the move Origin Pulse.

In the anime

Main series

Primal Kyogre in the anime

Major appearances

Kyogre (Pokémon the Series: Ruby and Sapphire)

Kyogre made its physical main series debut in Gaining Groudon. Team Magma had captured Kyogre but didn't have the correct orb to control it, so they planned to make a trade with Team Aqua, who had captured Groudon. The trade was about to be made when Archie decided to use Kyogre to destroy everyone, including his fellow henchmen. In The Scuffle of Legends, the battle between Kyogre and Groudon occurred.

Kyogre (Pokémon the Series: XY)

In Mega Evolution Special II, a Kyogre was awakened by the presence of the Giant Rock. In Mega Evolution Special III, it was shown in its primal state, fighting with Primal Groudon over the Giant Rock.

Other

In Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea, a Kyogre was among countless other Water-type Pokémon that arrived at Samiya when Ash replaced all of the Sea Crown's crystals. However, when The Phantom attempted to make all the Water-types panic using supersonic waves from his ship, Kyogre was part of the ensuing commotion. Manaphy calmed them down using Heart Swap to rid the Pokémon of their confusion, and some Wailord broke open The Phantom's ship, followed by some Chinchou swimming into the opening and short-circuiting the ship. Kyogre then used Hyper Beam on the ship, destroying it.

In the beginning of Hoopa and the Clash of Ages, a Kyogre was summoned by Hoopa to defeat it in the past. A Primal Kyogre was later one of six Legendary Pokémon summoned and hypnotized by the shadow Hoopa Unbound as its reinforcements. It and its teammates engaged in a battle against the Latios, Latias, and ShinyRayquaza summoned to protect the real Hoopa in Dahara City. Eventually, after the shadow Hoopa was sealed in a Prison Bottle, the hypnosis on Primal Kyogre and the other Legendary Pokémon was lifted, and Primal Kyogre departed for its home.

In The One That Didn't Get Away!, a Kyogre had been poisoned and was being pursued by a Pokémon Hunter and his underlings. However, Lana was able to feed it some Antidote, restoring its health and allowing it to defeat the hunter. However, Kyogre was still enraged because of the hunters' action, forcing Lana to reel it in with her fishing rod and have her Primarina sing to it in order to calm it down. After Lana calmed Kyogre down, it thanked her for restoring its health and calming it down before leaving peacefully.

Minor appearances

Kyogre debuted in the opening sequence of Jirachi: Wish Maker, where it was seen swimming across the ocean near the seabed.

Kyogre made its main series debut in a fantasy in Unfair Weather Friends.

A Kyogre appeared in the opening sequence of Destiny Deoxys.

In the opening sequence of The Rise of Darkrai, a Kyogre jumped out of the ocean and dove back in.

A Kyogre appeared in the opening sequence of Giratina and the Sky Warrior.

A Kyogre appeared in the opening sequence of Zoroark: Master of Illusions.

In Yo, Ho, Ho! Go, Popplio!, Lana imagined hooking a Kyogre while fishing.

A Kyogre appeared in a fantasy in We Know Where You're Going, Eevee!.

A silhouetted Kyogre appeared in a fantasy in Healing the Healer!.

Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire Animated Trailer

In the Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire Animated Trailer, a Primal Kyogre leaped from the sea and battled a Primal Groudon with its Origin Pulse.

Pokémon Generations

Primal Kyogre in Pokémon Generations

In The Cavern, a wild Kyogre was awoken by Archie inside the Seafloor Cavern, who used the Blue Orb to turn it into its Primal form. It escaped the Cavern and swam through its surrounding waters and surfaced above the ocean before creating a massive storm, threatening to destroy Hoenn. It was last seen attacking Archie and other members of Team Aqua when he tried to calm it down.

GOTCHA!

A Kyogre briefly appeared as a silhouette in GOTCHA!.

In the manga

Ash & Pikachu

Kyogre appeared in Saving Kyogre, The Lord Of The Ocean Depths!.

Pokémon Adventures

Main article: Kyogre (Adventures)

Kyogre's first appearance was in Assaulted by Pelipper I. It was awakened by Team Aqua in order to achieve their goal of expanding the sea. Wattson, Flannery, and Winona tried to stop it but failed due to Team Aqua's interference, and it ended up reaching Sootopolis City, where it fought for days on end with Groudon. Ruby, having trapped Sapphire in Wallace's air car for her safety, was joined by a reformed Courtney and succeeded in quelling both the titans using the Red and Blue Orbs and Norman's temporary control over Rayquaza. In the Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire chapter, Blaise and Amber tricked Hoopa into summoning Kyogre and Groudon from their places of rest. This, in addition to the return of Archie and Maxie, was set up in order to prevent a meteoroid from destroying the world.

In the Emerald chapter, Guile Hideout succeeded in having Jirachi create a Kyogre monster made of seawater that nearly sank the entire Battle Frontier.

A Primal Kyogre appeared in a fantasy in Omega Alpha Adventure 5.

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Ryū Tendō owns a Kyogre which debuted in ABM14.

In the TCG

Main article: Kyogre (TCG)

In the TFG

One Kyogre figure has been released.

Other appearances

Super Smash Bros. Brawl

After being released from a Poké Ball, Kyogre opens its mouth and squirts out a stream of water. The water is non-damaging but causes characters to be knocked back with extreme force. Touching Kyogre's body will do damage. Kyogre also appears as a trophy.

Trophy information

"A Sea Basin Pokémon. It brought down heavy rains, which formed seas and relieved droughts. It is usually found slumbering at the bottom of an ocean trench. Its attack Sheer Cold is a technique so powerful, it causes any opponent it strikes to faint instantly. In battle, it causes clouds to form and drenches the area in rain. It once had a fierce battle with Groudon."

Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U

Kyogre returns as a Poké Ball summon with faster movement as well as a longer time and more KO ability. In these games, it can also appear from a Master Ball.

Kyogre trophy in Super Smash Bros. for 3DS

Kyogre also appears as a trophy in both versions of the game.

Trophy information

NA: This Water-type Pokémon roughly resembles an orca whale, though its large fins also look a bit like hands. Be wary of its Hydro Pump attack, which is capable of sending you flying off the stage. Even worse, it will chase after you, making it even harder to recover from the attack.

PAL: This orca-like Water-type Pokémon is known for the distinctive shape of its fins and the red markings along its body. It will use Hydro Pump to send fighters flying off the stage, and then proceed to chase after them to make recovering from the attack a nightmare.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Kyogre returns as a Poké Ball summon, retaining its behavior from past games. It, along with Primal Kyogre, also appear as Spirits.

Game data

NPC appearances

Pokédex entries

This Pokémon was unavailable prior to Generation III.
Generation IIIHoenn
#198
Kanto
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Ruby Kyogre has the power to create massive rain clouds that cover the entire sky and bring about torrential downpours. This Pokémon saved people who were suffering from droughts.
Sapphire Kyogre is named in mythology as the Pokémon that expanded the sea by covering the land with torrential rains and towering tidal waves. It took to sleep after a cataclysmic battle with Groudon.
Emerald Kyogre has appeared in mythology as the creator of the sea. After long years of feuding with Groudon, it took to sleep at the bottom of the sea.
FireRedThis Pokémon is said to have expanded the sea by bringing heavy rains. It has the power to control water.
LeafGreen
Generation IVSinnoh
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Johto
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DiamondIt is said to have widened the seas by causing downpours. It had been asleep in a marine trench.
Pearl
Platinum
HeartGoldA mythical Pokémon said to have swelled the seas with rain and tidal waves. It battled with Groudon.
SoulSilver
Generation VUnova
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BlackIt is said to have widened the seas by causing downpours. It had been asleep in a marine trench.
White
Black 2It is said to have widened the seas by causing downpours. It had been asleep in a marine trench.
White 2
Generation VIKalos
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Hoenn
#207
X A mythical Pokémon said to have swelled the seas with rain and tidal waves. It battled with Groudon.
Y It is said to have widened the seas by causing downpours. It had been asleep in a marine trench.
Omega Ruby Through Primal Reversion and with nature's full power, it will take back its true form. It can summon storms that cause the sea levels to rise.
Alpha Sapphire Kyogre is said to be the personification of the sea itself. Legends tell of its many clashes against Groudon, as each sought to gain the power of nature.

Game locations

In events

Games EventLanguage/Region Location Level Distribution period
BWPokémon Center Fukuoka KyogreJapanese Japan 80 April 16 to May 6, 2012
W2Sapphire Anniversary KyogreJapanese Japan 100 November 21, 2012 to January 10, 2013
XYORASDahara City KyogreAll Japan 100 June 20 to August 31, 2015
XYORASDahara City KyogreKorean region Online 100 November 20, 2015 to January 31, 2016
XYORASDahara City KyogreAll South Korea 100 December 23 to 27, 2015
USUltra Shiny KyogreJapanese region Online 60ShinyJanuary 13 to March 19, 2018
USWinter Korean League Shiny KyogreAll South Korea 60ShinyJanuary 27 to 28, 2018
USUltra Shiny KyogreKorean region Online 60ShinyFebruary 14 to March 14, 2018
SLegendary Pokémon Celebration KyogreAmerican region Online 60 August 3 to November 28, 2018
USLegendary Pokémon Celebration KyogreAmerican region Online 100 August 3 to November 28, 2018
SLegendary Pokémon Celebration KyogrePAL region Online 60 August 3 to November 28, 2018
USLegendary Pokémon Celebration KyogrePAL region Online 100 August 3 to November 28, 2018

Held items

Stats

Base stats

Primal Kyogre

Pokéathlon stats

Type effectiveness

Sours: https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Kyogre_(Pok%C3%A9mon)


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