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#241 - omgitzdeadpool (09/27/2012) [-]
I just did the math and there are a total of 649 pokemon so if one pokemon was to breed then you times that by 2 minus 1 because that's the it would produce itself. then you times that by the rest of the 648 and that would equal to.... 840456 different combinations. Also enjoy wallpaper.
User avatar #290 to #241 - pottslande (09/29/2012) [-]
What about combinations of the combinations?
User avatar #291 to #290 - omgitzdeadpool (09/29/2012) [-]
Scroll down you'll see my 2nd astronomical number.
#264 to #241 - ReptaurLOLL (09/27/2012) [-]
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If these guys can do it, so can Nintendo.
User avatar #259 to #241 - thegoodgatsby (09/27/2012) [-]
Actually, it's 421,201. 649^2.
User avatar #268 to #259 - omgitzdeadpool (09/27/2012) [-]
No each pokemon will have 648 differences PER pokemon.
User avatar #265 to #259 - thegoodgatsby (09/27/2012) [-]
Not including Shiny or gender differences.
User avatar #255 to #241 - TheBarneyStinson (09/27/2012) [-]
What happens when you start breeding the mutant offspring with other Pokemon?
User avatar #257 to #255 - omgitzdeadpool (09/27/2012) [-]
1,412,731,735,416.
User avatar #258 to #257 - TheBarneyStinson (09/27/2012) [-]
That was rhetorical, but thanks.
#260 to #258 - omgitzdeadpool (09/27/2012) [-]
Knowledge is power. Just get stoned.
User avatar #286 to #277 - omgitzdeadpool (09/27/2012) [-]
Oh how much I miss photoshop :\
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