I began to wonder about this since I don't think I've ever seen an "old" version of any Pokemon before in contrast to "young" ones who hatched from eggs recently.
I'm also fairly certain that most if not all legendary Pokemon are immortal to a degree.
#2LexifoxPosted 12/8/2012 10:14:42 PM
They live long enough for you to train them. --- "Murder of the living is tragic, but murder of the idea is unforgivable." - Janus, speaker of the synod
#3ColtCababaPosted 12/8/2012 10:15:53 PM
How old is Ash currently? 11, 10, 12? Take that into account. --- I used to be condescending, now I'm just downright offensive. That means I say mean s*** to you.
#4TheNargacugaPosted 12/8/2012 10:16:25 PM
They live as long as you let them, before they get rabies and go the way of Old Yeller. --- Posts in a topic do not have to be on topic if it goes with the natural flow of conversation.- Baseman (Moderator)
Most Pokemon out live their trainers, according to several npcs.
#6KingCrInuYashaPosted 12/8/2012 10:17:31 PM
About 1000 years...at least when frozen in carbonite. --- "This is the strangest life I've ever known" - Jim Morrison
#7reaverzPosted 12/8/2012 10:30:38 PM(edited)
I remember that guy Tracy in the anime owned a Scyther that was described as being older in age... I think a Pokemon's lifespan depends on the species much like animals. Some Pokedex entries mention their lifespan, and I think it's common knowledge that most legendary Pokemon can live for very long periods of time. --- [Este mensaje fue borrado al deseo del dueno]