Yes and No.
Arcanine was originally created as a legendary pokemon, but he was replaced by Moltres. This is why he is still categorized as 'Legendary' in the generation 1 pokedex. Because this was never fixed, Arcanine's species is 'Legendary'. This doesn't mean Arcanine is a legendary species but it's species is. Like Pikachu's species is mouse, Arcanine's species is Legendary.
But Arcanine is one of the strongest non legendary pokemon. His base stats are 555, and there is only one pokemon with higher base stats who isn't a legendary pokemon.
Arcanine is not a legendary Pokemon because legendary Pokemon can't be breeded and arcanine can.
Because Arcanine is a legendary Pokemon. Check Arcanine's pokedex entries.
Raikou, Entei, and Suicune are the legendary dogs. Some consider Arcanine a legendary dog, but he is not part of the trio. the reason for this is that in an early episode, Arcanine was in the middle of a slate surrounded by Moltres, Articuno, and Zapdos. After the episode, it was decided that Arcanine was NOT a legendary dog.
u evolve grothile into Arcanine. Arcanine is a legendary dog Pokemon. U need a fire stone to evolve grothile.
Nope. it isn't a legendary.
In the original Pokemon they paired Growlithe/Arcanine up with the legendary birds. But no, Growlithe is not a legendary Pokemon; it's just probably the rarest Pokemon in all of the games. And Arcanine is badass enough to be a legendary :) Hope that helped--Taylor
Arcanine is a legendary Pokemon by species (use the Pokedex or Ultimate Handbook).
I would say Agron,Arcanine,Alakazam,Slaking,Metagross, and Scizor.They worked good for me.
if you mean "best" as in, with really high stats, then slaking takes the lead with arcanine following a close second. (Though there have been some discussions on whether arcanine is a legendary or not....they're pretty easy to get though)
ArcanineCategory: Legendary PokÃ©monHeight: 6'03"Weight: 341.7 lbsGender: Male / FemaleAbilities: Intimidate / Flash FireType: FireWeakness: Ground / Rock / WaterDescription: A PokÃ©mon that has long been admired for its beauty. It runs agilely as if on wings.
Arcanine is a Legendary Fire pokÃ©mon. Despite being a legendary, it still has the normal weaknesses. It's weaknesses are (2x): Ground, Rock and Water. However, if Arcanine has the ability Flash Fire it's immune against the Fire type.
It is marked as legendary, but is only marked. It is not truth. To answer your question, Arcanine. One point is that legendaries don't evolve, but Arcanaine evolves from Growlithe.
It was once thought to be legendary, but then it was pronounced not to be. It is rare though, because you can only get growlithe on certain games like FireRed and HeartGold. You can't get Arcanine directly, it has to be evolved using a firestone on Growlithe. You can't get Growlithe on Emerald, LeafGreen, Diamond, Pearl, Platinum or SoulSilver.
One opinion believes that contrary to popular belief that yes Arcanine is in fact a legendary PokÃ©mon. It's true that Arcanine's species is "Legendary PokÃ©mon" but that is not the only reason he is legendary such as for example an in-game PokÃ© Dex entry states "A legendary PokÃ©mon in China. Many people are charmed by its grace and beauty while running" and "This legendary Chinese PokÃ©mon is considered magnificent. Many people are enchanted by its grand mane.""Legendary PokÃ©mon" is capitalized in those entries, the "l" in legendary is lowercase if it were referring to Arcanine's species, the "l" would have been capitalized. "L" is always lowercase (when not at the beginning of sentence) when referring to the type of legendary PokÃ©mon such as Mew, Deoxys, Lugia, etc. this therefore proves that Arcanine is being referred to as a legendary PokÃ©mon in the same sense that Mew, Deoxys, Lugia and others are.Arcanine also has the move Extreme Speed as its signature move and learns it by leveling up. Very few PokÃ©mon learn this move via level up. The PokÃ©mon that learn Extreme Speed by leveling up are as follows: Arcanine, Rayquaza, Deoxys, Lucario, Togekiss and Arceus.Rayquaza, Deoxys and Arceus are all legendary PokÃ©mon. Lucario is a "special" PokÃ©mon meaning he had a starring role in a movie and was revealed prior to his games coming out so he was obtained in a special way and has certain privileges. Same goes for Togekiss because it's the final evolution of Togepi who was very rare in Generation II (and pretty much all games) and is usually only obtained via an egg. Lucario and Togekiss are also some of the rarest non-legendary PokÃ©mon and learn the rare and powerful move Aura Sphere which is a case similar to the Extreme Speed attack and this also applies to the ability "Justified."Arcanine never had a starring role in a movie before its Generation and never had anything else to make it a "special" PokÃ©mon (in the sense I'm speaking of at least) so what other options are there? Why would Arcanine randomly have this move (in fact in Generation I he was the only PokÃ©mon that could even use this move) when the other PokÃ©mon that have it are all either "special" or legendary? The answer is simple Arcanine is a legendary PokÃ©mon.One more interesting thing is that in the second episode of the PokÃ©mon anime, Ash sees a stone tablet at the Viridian City PokÃ©mon center that depicts legendary PokÃ©mon. On it are Moltres, Articuno, Zapdos and Arcanine. Now this was the anime and not in the actual games so I'm not sure if this is credible but either way from the other info that is available from the games it can be clearly seen that it is a fact that Arcanine is indeed a legendary PokÃ©mon.There is a rumor going around that Arcanine was originally going to be in the legendary trio of Kanto but the creators thought it would be confusing so they made Moltres in order to put it in the Kanto trio instead of Arcanine. To my knowledge there is absolutely no confirmation of this anywhere. This doesn't mean Arcanine isn't legendary it just means that I can't find confirmation for this particular rumor.Now lastly people often bring up the fact that Arcanine is in an evolution line and the fact that more than one can be obtained in-game. I don't see why this should even be a problem. It's not like there was a ever a regulation saying that legendaries couldn't evolve. It's just that most happen not to. Same goes for being able to obtain more than one. Rotom is a normal PokÃ©mon but has certain traits of a legendary PokÃ©mon. For instance, it is encountered in Diamond, Pearl and Platinum in the same fashion as a legendary. Legendary PokÃ©mon battle music also plays when fighting Rotom regardless Rotom is not a legendary there are similar legendary qualities attributed to Phione who is also not legendary. Bottom line: If there are normal PokÃ©mon with traits of legendary PokÃ©mon why can't there be legendary PokÃ©mon with apparent traits of regular PokÃ©mon?One more thing. Arcanine is the first legendary PokÃ©mon in the National PokÃ© Dex. It's possible that Arcanine was in fact the first legendary ever created and that would explain why his species is "Legendary PokÃ©mon." This supported by Arcanine being the first legendary PokÃ©mon in order of index numbers in fact it comes right before Mew. This doesn't necessarily suggest order of creation but Rhydon was the first PokÃ©mon ever created and his index number was "1."It's not even up to debate unless you also want to debate whether Arceus, Mew, Deoxys, Rayquaza, Zekrom, etc. are legendary saying it's just an opinion is softening up the facts for people who believe otherwise so my point is that Arcanine is indeed a legendary PokÃ©mon. It's not an opinion, it's a stated fact in the games. If anyone thinks otherwise then they could use a nice browse through their PokÃ© Dex.But hey, if you still insist that Arcanine isn't legendary, I guess Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres aren't legendary either:Articuno: "A legendary bird PokÃ©mon that is said to appear to doomed people who are lost in icy mountains."Zapdos: "This legendary bird PokÃ©mon is said to appear when the sky turns dark and lightning showers down."Moltres: "A legendary bird PokÃ©mon. As it flaps its blazing wings, even the night sky will turn red."Another opinion believes that while Arcanine's species is indeed classified as a "Legendary PokÃ©mon" it is not a Legendary PokÃ©mon in the same vein that Articuno, Zapdos, Moltres and Mewtwo are. Legendaries like Articuno, Zapdos, Moltres, Mewtwo, Raikou, Entei, Suicune, Ho-Oh and Lugia are powerful creatures and their in-game stats will prove that they are powerful which is one reason of why they are branded as Legendary PokÃ©mon another reason is because they actually have stories behind their history while Arcanine doesn't.
charizard has humongous high stats, arcanine is excellent.
i dont think you can catch one the only way is to catch a growlithe and train it and when you decided what level you want to evovle it use a fire stone on it and your preciouse little growlithe will evolve into the "legendary" arcanine.
Slaking is the most powerfull non-legendary pokemon, but he skips every other turn. Dragonite, Tyranitar and Salamence are considered half-legendary so the strongest 100 % non-legendary pokemon is Arcanine (Although is called "Legendary Pokemon" on the pokedex)
Nah, Pokemon that you can get more than one of in games without cheating or trading aren't legendary in my book. I have heard someone call the Dragonite family legendary and Arcanine is actually called "The Legendary" Pokemon, but I think that's more for the TV-series.
Every legendary Pokémon in the games Every Pseduo legendary (Dragonite Tyranitar Salamence Garchomp Hydreigon Metagross Goodra) Along with Slaking the strongest non-legendary Pokémon Arcanines base stat total is 555
Arcanine was created in 1996.
maybe a legendary or two?
yes it can. any Pokemon can breed with ditto except all legendary Pokemon(excluding Manaphy,Phione, and Arcanine.
Growlithe evolves into Arcanine at any level using a fire stone. Arcanine does not evolve.
Arcanine does not evolve. It evolves from Growlithe with a fire stone, but Arcanine doesn't evolve.
well,i would say ho-oh because hes a legendary and he has more powerfull moves.