While I was reading about Lugia on Bulbapedia I came across the name origin.
Lugia may be derived from lutetium (a silverish element), which in turn is named after Lutetia (the Roman name for Paris, the city of light). It may also involve Lugeo (Latin for to lie dormant, alluding to the way Lugia lies at the bottom of the sea) and luna (Latin for moon). Alternatively, it may come from beluga whale.
I wonder if there will be any references to this in the game. --- B**** don't make me HM01 you!
#2Crowfeather0226Posted 1/9/2013 9:31:40 AM
I doubt it. --- Official Top Percentage Rattata of the Pokemon X Board http://img545.imageshack.us/img545/2083/revengeofplato.png
#3keybladesrusPosted 1/9/2013 9:34:54 AM
A thought occured to me while reading one of Lugia's Pokedex entries. It was something like:
"The flapping of its wings cuase a 40 day storm" or something like that.
And what does Lugia constantly do in his animation in Gen V? FLAP HIS WINGS. AGAIN AND AGAIN. Just using Lugia causes devastating effects to the environment. The biblical Flood was 40 days of raining. By that, you cause a watery, worldwide apocalypse every time you use Lugia in Gen V. --- "Let's just say they're...not okay" - Madara Uchiha