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Dialga has the power to create a new universe by itself or with {{p|Palkia}}. As Dialga primarily resides in a [[Dimensions|different dimension]], its behavior is nearly impossible to study. In the dimension where Origin Forme Dialga lives in, time is said to be constantly moving in different directions and speeds.<ref>[https://legends.pokemon.com/en-us/pokemon/dialga/ Dialga (Origin Forme) | Pokémon Legends: Arceus Official Website]</ref> It has been shown to be very protective of its home. It also tends to have violent conflicts with its counterpart Palkia.
Dialga was revered as a deity in [[Sinnoh myths]]; in the past, it was worshipped by the [[Diamond Clan]], who referred to it as "almighty Sinnoh". Dialga is capable of [[Talking Pokémon|speaking through telepathy]], as seen when it communicates through the leader of the Diamond Clan, [[Adaman]]. Dialga and Palkia can control and spread the [[space-time riftdistortions]] caused by {{p|Giratina}}, which create [[alpha Pokémon]] and cause [[Noble Pokémon]] to go berserk.
Dialga is the [[Signature move|only known Pokémon]] that can learn {{m|Roar of Time}}; the move can also be charged into a more powerful version while the Pokémon is in its Origin Forme, as seen in the boss battle in [[Pokémon Legends: Arceus]]. With Roar of Time, Dialga can distort time itself when the move generates enough power.
* The gem on Dialga's chest resembles a Prism [[Sphere]].
* The spikes on Dialga's back, at a certain point of view, look similar to a [[Time Gear]]. In the {{pkmn|anime}}, when Dialga uses {{m|Roar of Time}}, the spine extends and the five spikes become thinner and more pronounced.
* Although Dialga is gender unknown in the [[core series]] games, it is referred to as male in [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness]]'s story; it is still gender unknown for purposes of gameplay..
* Dialga is the only Legendary Pokémon to have a role in four different movies.
* According to [[Junichi Masuda]]'s blog, the Spanish translation team suggested changing the name Dialga because of its similarity to the Spanish word ''alga'' (seaweed).<ref>[https://www.gamefreak.co.jp/blog/dir_english/2008/02/index.html "HIDDEN POWER of masuda" Director's Columns, No.122] (February 18, 2008)</ref>