Difference between revisions of "Legendary birds"

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* Although legends are said to be incapable of breeding, [[Pokémon Snap]] shows all three birds being born from eggs, which means they were bred in some way.
* The last part of each of the members' names is a number in the {{wp|Spanish language}}—one (Artic'''''uno'''''), two (Zap'''''dos'''''), and three (Mol'''''tres''''')—and it reflects their [[National Pokédex]] order.
* The first part of each of the members' names comprise the word "Mozart" (''''Mo''''ltres, ''''Z''''apdos, ''''ART''''icuno), a reference to {{wp|Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart|Mozart}}.
* Starting with Platinum, they are the only Legendary trio to be both fully stationary and {{pkmn2|roaming}} as wild Pokémon in the various games they appear in. In comparison, the [[lake guardians]] have one of their trio who roams, while {{p|Suicune}} of the [[Legendary beasts]] roams in {{game|Gold and Silver|s}}, but is stationary in {{game|Crystal}}, as well as in {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}}.
* Since there were only four tracks of battle music in the [[Generation I]] games (wild, Trainer, Gym Leader/Elite Four, and Champion), normal wild battle music is played when the Legendary birds and {{p|Mewtwo}} are encountered. In {{2v2|FireRed|LeafGreen}}, a special remix of the normal wild battle theme is used for the Legendary birds, Mewtwo, and the [[Legendary beasts]] when encountered. However, the Legendary birds have never had a battle theme composed specifically for them, unlike other Legendary trios.
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