why is there no gen IV tm data for this pokemon? ~Reaper0fAnguish
See like a wha?
"Metagross can see like a computer as well."
Erh...may I request this be reworded. --Riggy(>0.0)> 09:32, 7 March 2009 (UTC)
- Has been done. — THE TROM — 10:20, 7 March 2009 (UTC)
According to the page for Giant Hole in Isshu, it apparently states that Wild Metagross can be found in shaking grass spots, though extremely rarely. Would that be an interesting bit of trivia since it's the only Psuedo-Legend FINAL evolution to be found in the wild? Or did they sneak in wild Salamence or Garchomp intoshaking grass spots as well? I know we've had Metang and Shelgon appear in HG/SS but a wild Metagross is an even bigger notice given how it's the final stage of a Psuedo-Legendary as I already mentioned (Apparently Kenhorou and Mamoswine can be found in the same way, with the latter in the same area as the wild Metagross.....). Shiramu Kuromu 19:20, 21 October 2010 (UTC)
- Dragonite and Tyranitar can also be found in the wild in B/W. As can many other evolved forms, I'd say a vast majority of old Pokemon found in Isshu are in their final forms. Empoleon9 21:01, 21 October 2010 (UTC)
Is it worth mentioning the Metagross can learn Rain Dance by TM despite not being able to learn any moves that are affected in any way by rain and not having any connection to water or dancing? It seems sort of strange to me. EnosShayremTalk 23:21, 13 June 2011 (UTC)
- Probably not, since there are tons of other Pokémon that have the same issue. Littlmiget123 00:16, 14 June 2011 (UTC)
It says in this article that Metagross requires the most loops in Pokémon Ranger. In another article, it says Psyduck requires the most loops to be captured. Someone needs to fix this.--Chosenwaffle668 23:54, 29 June 2011 (UTC)
Mega official artwork
New Trivia Fact
"Metagross is the heaviest Pokémon that can Mega Evolve, and Mega Metagross is the heaviest Mega Evolution."
gen 6 TM information
here is the list of gen 6 TM and HM that metagross can learn but i am unable to edit them onto the page so i decided to put the list here so someone who can edit it in can do so.
TM01 Hone Claws TM03 Psyshock TM06 Toxic TM10 Hidden Power TM11 Sunny Day TM15 Hyper Beam TM16 Light Screen TM17 Protect TM18 Rain Dance TM21 Frustration TM26 Earthquake TM27 Return TM29 Psychic TM30 Shadow Ball TM31 Brick Break TM32 Double Team TM33 Reflect TM36 Sludge Bomb TM37 Sandstorm TM39 Rock Tomb TM40 Aeriel Ace TM42 Facade TM44 Rest TM48 Round TM64 Explosion TM68 Giga Impact TM69 Rock Polish Tm70 Flash TM74 Gyro Ball TM77 Psych Up TM78 Bulldoze TM80 Rock Slide TM86 Grass Knot TM87 Swagger TM88 Sleep Talk TM90 Substitute TM91 Flash Cannon TM94 Rock Smash TM98 Power-Up Punch TM100 Confide HM01 Cut HM04 Strength
Light Metal Trivia
" Due to the way damage is calculated for Grass Knot and Low Kick, Metagross will take the same amount of damage from these moves with or without its Hidden Ability, Light Metal." Umm, anyone have any insight as to why this is true, and why its only listed in the trivia for metagross, and not any of the other pokemon with light metal as an ability? Robertodole (talk) 10:29, 9 February 2018 (UTC)
- It's only noted on Metagross's page because it's only true for Metagross, it's not some Light Metal glitch or anything. If you check the pages for Grass Knot/Low Kick, you'll see they reach their max power at 440.9 lbs, and Metagross is so heavy that even after halving its weight it's still above that amount.--Cold (talk) 12:37, 9 February 2018 (UTC)