I was told that male pokemon have a higher attack than females. I've checked around different sites, and have gotten mixed results. Can anyone tell me definitively one way or the other. thanks. --- mmm... Hot Pockets
IIRC, that was true in the second gen due to how genders were determined.
However, in the third gen, stats and gender are independent of the other.
Of course, due to the game mechanics (IVs and nature), you might end up with a male that is stronger than a female, but that would be a coincidence. --- My ToS Riddle FAQ: http://www.geocities.com/supercreatures/
you must have a male and female that are in the same Egg group for them to breed
you must have a Ditto and any other breedable Pokemon...
you can see which Pokemon are in which Egg Group by examining this FAQ: http://www.gamefaqs.com/portable/gbadvance/file/918915/29882
as a rule of thumb, the egg produced will be the lowest evolutionary form of the female...there are some exceptions to this rule but not a ton fo them... --- Heard this exchange at my school: Teacher: "You got a 0 out of 50 on your quiz." Student: "Did that hurt my grade?"