Groudon is a living relic believed to be the creator of all landmass and volcanic activity. Its body is composed of incredibly thick and muscular skin that is naturally flame retardant, as is its mouth because it regularly vomits lava, spewing new land from endless stomach cavity and giving birth to Slugma. Because of the heat generated by its presence, Groudon can use electricity and has the ability to manipulate solar molecules and charge them into a beam. Kyogre is considered a leviathan and is revered in a myriad of myths for its ability to expand the seas and cause storms. Other ancient Pokemon like Relicanth flock to its presence; they react almost as one mass that follows the beast. Lugia is considered the guardian of the seas, but possesses no real water-based powers; Kyogre is an older and a stronger contender. Because of their god-like statuses, trainers are forbidden to catch them; one can try, but being within nine hundred feet of Groudon will result in massive burnings even when it’s asleep, and since the oceans are so vast, if Kyogre doesn’t want to be found, one will not be able to find it. Which is your favorite?
Groudon and Kyogre, by Jamie Flack.