Worst legendary(s) for you?

Worst legendary(s) for you?

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  1. Kayumi
    Kayumi
    Which Legendary annoyed YOU the most.

    Giratina is on my list, that thing drained 42 Ultraball's!
  2. SinCosTan
    SinCosTan
    Giratina annoyed me too. Something about him makes him harder to catch than other legendary Pokémon with the same catch rate.
  3. Kayumi
    Kayumi
    Catch rate doesn't seem to make a differance sometimes. I guess it also has to do with Luck.

    And Giratina gives bad luck!(?)
  4. Scarlet Sky
    Scarlet Sky
    I hated catching Latios or Latias in RS. (In Emerald, they appear in a more manageable time frame.) XD I almost always used my only Master Ball on Groudon/Kyogre beforehand. :<
  5. Slenderman
    Slenderman
    Lati@s probably. If not them I guess I'd say mewtwo. I used 100 ultra balls and still didn't catch him. Giritina was actually fairly easy to catch for me.
  6. InsomniaticSpriter
    InsomniaticSpriter
    Giratina platinum.

    100 ultra balls, and 90+ great, poke, and dark balls later I said to heck with it and used my master ball.
  7. Youngsage3
    Youngsage3
    FRIKEN CRESSELIA!!!!! i wasted 200+ ultra balls on it, and when i finally catch the god damn thing, i find out its useless!!!!!
  8. Fawkes.
    Fawkes.
    any roaming pokemon, honestly it should not be allowed to run if it asleep
  9. The Knights of Wario Land
    The Knights of Wario Land
    Mewtwo in SoulSilver. Freakin' took me 20 Ultra Balls and 15 resets to catch that thing.
  10. Jengar
    Jengar
    My problem wasn't so much the legendary's catch rate, but the critical hit rate of the attacks I was using to lower Lugia's HP on SoulSilver. I kept getting it really low, but then I'd use another attack that wouldn't KO it normally, but it would *just happen* to be a critical hit that time, and I'd have to soft reset. (Does soft resetting mean turning the system off and back on to access the last save? That's what I meant by it, anyway.)
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