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If your Starter Pokémon's gender is female, and i..

 
 
 
Guest asks: Added Mar 17th 2012, ID #253647

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If your Starter Pokémon's gender is female, and if you have it in party, would that mean that there would be more wild Pokémon of the same gender? Same with males?
 
 

 
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Added 18th Mar 2012, ID #491061
The gender of you Pokemon (any of them) does nothing to the gender of wild Pokemon.

Starter Pokemon are male 87.5% of the time (7 out of 8), a female of any of them is rare and often prized.
 
 
 
 
 

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