History FanonPokedex / Ho-Oh

15th Jun '15 2:46:27 AM TheKaizerreich
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Ho-Oh has also been reportedly seen at Naval Rock, near the Sevii Islands, and twice in the Orre region -- once where it supposedly shot down a Cipher helicopter and again at the summit of Mt. Battle. These reports are unconfirmed, however. Yet another report has been made at the village of Pallet Town, where a young trainer supposedly witnessed a bird Pokémon flying above a rainbow which matches the description of Ho-Oh, except for one difference: its colours were entirely golden. If this report is entirely true, then it would imply multiple Ho-Oh to exist.

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Ho-Oh has also been reportedly seen at Naval Rock, near the Sevii Islands, and twice in the Orre region -- once where it supposedly shot down a Cipher helicopter and again at the summit of Mt. Battle. These reports are unconfirmed, however. Yet another report has been made at the village of Pallet Town, where a young trainer supposedly witnessed a bird Pokémon flying above a rainbow which matches the description of Ho-Oh, except for one difference: its colours feathers were entirely golden. If this report is entirely completely true, then it would imply multiple Ho-Oh to exist.
15th Jun '15 2:45:42 AM TheKaizerreich
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Ho-Oh has also been reportedly seen at Naval Rock, near the Sevii Islands, and twice in the Orre region -- once where it supposedly shot down a Cipher helicopter and again at the summit of Mt. Battle. These reports are unconfirmed, however.

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Ho-Oh has also been reportedly seen at Naval Rock, near the Sevii Islands, and twice in the Orre region -- once where it supposedly shot down a Cipher helicopter and again at the summit of Mt. Battle. These reports are unconfirmed, however.
however. Yet another report has been made at the village of Pallet Town, where a young trainer supposedly witnessed a bird Pokémon flying above a rainbow which matches the description of Ho-Oh, except for one difference: its colours were entirely golden. If this report is entirely true, then it would imply multiple Ho-Oh to exist.
15th Apr '13 3:14:58 PM Pykrete
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The third and most famous legend takes place, supposedly, 500 years ago in feudal Johto. An evil warlord wanted to take control of Ho-Oh for his own desires and sent his army to invade Ecruteak City's sacred Tin Tower to take it by force. The ensuing battle between the warlord's army and tower's guardians was so violent that the tower itself was burned to the ground. In an act of mercy, Ho-Oh resurrected three pokemon that had died in the carnage as its earthly avatars, Raikou, Suicune, and Entei. Ho-Oh itself, disgusted with humanity's destructiveness, left the Tin Tower, forever flying the skies of the world in search of a trainer with a pure heart.

Every spring, the citizens of Ecruteak hold a massive week-long festival, praying for good harvest and fortune in the coming year and celebrating the end of winter with feasts, dances, and burning pyres in Ho-Oh's name. At the end of the festival, an offering of Apricorns is taken up to the top of the Tin Tower. There an ancient dance is performed, in hopes that Ho-Oh will hear the music and finally return.

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The third and most famous legend takes place, supposedly, 500 years ago in feudal Johto. An evil warlord wanted to take control of Ho-Oh for his own desires and sent his army to invade Ecruteak City's sacred Tin Brass Tower to take it by force. The ensuing battle between the warlord's army and tower's guardians was so violent that the tower itself was burned to the ground. In an act of mercy, Ho-Oh resurrected three pokemon that had died in the carnage as its earthly avatars, Raikou, Suicune, and Entei. Ho-Oh itself, disgusted with humanity's destructiveness, left the Tin Brass Tower, forever flying the skies of the world in search of a trainer with a pure heart.

Every spring, the citizens of Ecruteak hold a massive week-long festival, praying for good harvest and fortune in the coming year and celebrating the end of winter with feasts, dances, and burning pyres in Ho-Oh's name. At the end of the festival, an offering of Apricorns is taken up to the top of the remaining Tin Tower. There an ancient dance is performed, in hopes that Ho-Oh will hear the music and finally return.
28th Mar '13 6:28:12 AM monkeypizzasonic
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Ho-Oh is a massive phoenix-like bird with brilliant red and green plumage and a white underbelly. It's tail-feathers form into a gigantic golden crest of feathers resembling a peacock. On its head is a crest of distinctive curled feathers, a large beak, a ring of green feathers around its neck, and a ring of black around its crimson eyes. Though some interpretations depict Ho-Oh with spiral shaped eyes and golden feathers. The feathers on Ho-Oh's tail are said to be prismatic in nature, scattering all the colors of the visual spectrum. Giving the creature a multi-colored glow depending on what angle light is struck at it and causing a rainbow to form behind it when it flies.

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Ho-Oh is a massive phoenix-like bird with brilliant red and green plumage and a white underbelly. It's tail-feathers form into a gigantic golden crest of feathers resembling a peacock. On its head is a crest of distinctive curled feathers, a large beak, a ring of green feathers around its neck, and a ring of black around its crimson eyes. Though some interpretations depict Ho-Oh with spiral shaped eyes and golden feathers. The feathers on Ho-Oh's tail are said to be prismatic in nature, scattering all the colors of the visual spectrum. Giving spectrum, giving the creature a multi-colored glow depending on what angle light is struck at it and causing a rainbow to form behind it when it flies.



Ho-Oh has long been considered the chief deity of the Johto region. Considered a sacred and mythical creature with powers over life itself. It has been called the Bird of Heaven, The Life Binder, The Phoenix King, The Guardian of the Sky, The Sacred Flame, and many others. It has been said that those who have seen Ho-Oh are destined for greatness, and its feathers are said to bring good luck.

Many ancient Johto legends have Ho-Oh as its focal point. One being that Ho-Oh came across a barren land, scarred and broken. It asked its brother Lugia to bring good winds to bring pure rain to the lands. When asked what Ho-Oh would do, it responded by razing the land with its holy fire. Wherever the flames touched flowers and trees would grow. Soon Humans and Pokemon alike would move into the once dead land. And thus the nation of Johto was born.

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Ho-Oh has long been considered the chief deity of the Johto region. Considered a sacred and mythical creature with powers over life itself. It itself, it has been called the Bird of Heaven, The Life Binder, The Phoenix King, The Guardian of the Sky, The Sacred Flame, and many others. It has been said that those who have seen Ho-Oh are destined for greatness, and its feathers are said to bring good luck.

Many ancient Johto legends have Ho-Oh as its focal point. One point; one being that Ho-Oh came across a barren land, scarred and broken. It asked its brother Lugia to bring good winds to bring pure rain to the lands. When asked what Ho-Oh would do, it responded by razing the land with its holy fire. Wherever the flames touched flowers and trees would grow. Soon Humans and Pokemon alike would move into the once dead land. And thus the nation of Johto was born.



The third and most famous legend takes place, supposedly, 500 years ago in feudal Johto. An evil warlord wanted to take control of Ho-Oh for his own desires and sent his army to invade Ecruteak City's sacred Tin Tower to take it by force. The ensuing battle between the warlord's army and tower's guardians was so violent that the tower itself was burned to the ground. In an act of mercy, Ho-Oh resurrected three pokemon that had died in the carnage as its earthly avatars, Raikou, Suicune, and Entei. Ho-Oh itself, disgusted with humanity's destructiveness, left the Tin Tower. Forever flying the skies of the world in search of a trainer with a pure heart.

Every spring, the citizens of Ecruteak hold a massive week-long festival. Praying for good harvest and fortune in the coming year. And celebrating the end of winter with feasts, dances, and burning pyres in Ho-Oh's name. At the end of the festival, an offering of Apricorns is taken up to the top of the Tin Tower. There an ancient dance is performed, in hopes that Ho-Oh will hear the music and finally return.

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The third and most famous legend takes place, supposedly, 500 years ago in feudal Johto. An evil warlord wanted to take control of Ho-Oh for his own desires and sent his army to invade Ecruteak City's sacred Tin Tower to take it by force. The ensuing battle between the warlord's army and tower's guardians was so violent that the tower itself was burned to the ground. In an act of mercy, Ho-Oh resurrected three pokemon that had died in the carnage as its earthly avatars, Raikou, Suicune, and Entei. Ho-Oh itself, disgusted with humanity's destructiveness, left the Tin Tower. Forever Tower, forever flying the skies of the world in search of a trainer with a pure heart.

Every spring, the citizens of Ecruteak hold a massive week-long festival. Praying festival, praying for good harvest and fortune in the coming year. And year and celebrating the end of winter with feasts, dances, and burning pyres in Ho-Oh's name. At the end of the festival, an offering of Apricorns is taken up to the top of the Tin Tower. There an ancient dance is performed, in hopes that Ho-Oh will hear the music and finally return.



Several trainers throughout the world have claimed to have seen Ho-Oh flying through the sky. Often in the presence of a rainbow. If the legends are true, then it is no coincidence that most of these sightings are by either then or currently high-ranked trainers.

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Several trainers throughout the world have claimed to have seen Ho-Oh flying through the sky. Often sky, often in the presence of a rainbow. If the legends are true, then it is no coincidence that most of these sightings are by either then or currently high-ranked trainers.



Ho-Oh is as destructive as any other fire pokemon can be. In addition to this, it is an extremely proud creature that demands respect from everyone around it, including its own trainer. Anything that does not is met with either annoyance at best, and fiery indignation at worst. It also seems to be intelligent enough to have its own sense of morality, and thus it has an extreme disdain for what it considers "evil". And it will not hesitate to purge whatever it thinks is the source of said evil.

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Ho-Oh is as destructive as any other fire pokemon can be. In addition to this, it is an extremely proud creature that demands respect from everyone around it, including its own trainer. Anything that does not is met with either annoyance at best, and fiery indignation at worst. It also seems to be intelligent enough to have its own sense of morality, and thus it has an extreme disdain for what it considers "evil". And "evil", and it will not hesitate to purge whatever it thinks is the source of said evil.



Wild pokemon seem to be instinctively loyal to Ho-Oh. Bowing to it, and bringing it food when Ho-Oh is in their presence and becoming hostile to any supposed threats towards Ho-Oh. In fact, there was an incident where the sacred Crystal Bells of the Tin Tower were damaged by thieves, and all the wild pokemon in the area became agitated and aggressive. They hunted down the thieves and attacked anyone that got in their way, indicating that pokemon may consider Ho-Oh just as divine as humans do.

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Wild pokemon seem to be instinctively loyal to Ho-Oh. Bowing Ho-Oh, bowing to it, and bringing it food when Ho-Oh is in their presence and becoming hostile to any supposed threats towards Ho-Oh. In fact, there was an incident where the sacred Crystal Bells of the Tin Tower were damaged by thieves, and all the wild pokemon in the area became agitated and aggressive. They hunted down the thieves and attacked anyone that got in their way, indicating that pokemon may consider Ho-Oh just as divine as humans do.
27th Mar '13 8:24:01 AM Sixthhokage1
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4th May '12 12:15:41 AM Kenocka
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Wild pokemon seem to be instinctively loyal to Ho-Oh. Bowing to it, and bringing it food when Ho-Oh is in their presence. And becoming hostile to any supposed threats towards Ho-Oh. In fact, there was an incident where the sacred Crystal Bells of the Tin Tower were damaged by thieves, and all the wild pokemon in the area became agitated and agressive. They hunting down the thieves, and attacked anyone that got in their way. Indicating that pokemon may consider Ho-Oh just as divine as humans do.

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Wild pokemon seem to be instinctively loyal to Ho-Oh. Bowing to it, and bringing it food when Ho-Oh is in their presence. And presence and becoming hostile to any supposed threats towards Ho-Oh. In fact, there was an incident where the sacred Crystal Bells of the Tin Tower were damaged by thieves, and all the wild pokemon in the area became agitated and agressive. aggressive. They hunting hunted down the thieves, thieves and attacked anyone that got in their way. Indicating way, indicating that pokemon may consider Ho-Oh just as divine as humans do.
3rd May '12 11:53:23 PM Kenocka
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Several trainers through out the world have claimed to have seen Ho-Oh flying through the sky. Often in the presence of a rainbow. If the legends are true, then it is no coincidence that most of these sightings are by either then or currently high-ranked trainers.

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Several trainers through out throughout the world have claimed to have seen Ho-Oh flying through the sky. Often in the presence of a rainbow. If the legends are true, then it is no coincidence that most of these sightings are by either then or currently high-ranked trainers.
3rd May '12 11:51:02 PM Kenocka
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Ho-Oh has long been considered the chief deity of the Johto reigion. Considered a sacred and mythical creature with powers over life itself. It has been called the Bird of Heaven, The Life Binder, The Phoenix King, The Guardian of the Sky, The Sacred Flame, and many others. It has been said that those who have seen Ho-Oh are destined for greatness, and its feathers are said to bring good luck.

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Ho-Oh has long been considered the chief deity of the Johto reigion.region. Considered a sacred and mythical creature with powers over life itself. It has been called the Bird of Heaven, The Life Binder, The Phoenix King, The Guardian of the Sky, The Sacred Flame, and many others. It has been said that those who have seen Ho-Oh are destined for greatness, and its feathers are said to bring good luck.
11th Aug '11 11:06:34 PM FortunateKitsune
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A second legend has a blacksmith was praying for a creation that would make him famous. In response, Ho-Oh came and burned all the trees around the blacksmith's shop. The blacksmith asked why it did that, and Ho-Oh said that new trees would grow to replace the ones it had burned. On those trees would be a magical fruit, and the blacksmith was to use that fruit to forge hallow balls that would capture even the mightiest of beasts. The blacksmith did as Ho-Oh asked and became the greatest blacksmith in Johto. This legend is the mythical origin of the legendary Azalean Apricorn Ball crafters.

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A second legend has a blacksmith was praying for a creation that would make him famous. In response, Ho-Oh came and burned all the trees around the blacksmith's shop. The blacksmith asked why it did that, and Ho-Oh said that new trees would grow to replace the ones it had burned. On those trees would be a magical fruit, and the blacksmith was to use that fruit to forge hallow hollow balls that would capture even the mightiest of beasts. The blacksmith did as Ho-Oh asked and became the greatest blacksmith in Johto. This legend is the mythical origin of the legendary Azalean Apricorn Ball crafters.
5th Aug '11 9:26:53 AM rmctagg09
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