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So if a male, mono-gendered species (Taurus, for example, or the Nidoking line) breeds with a member of the corresponding all-female species (taurus and milktank, nidoking and queen), is it possible for their offspring to be male? Is it possible to breed Taurus or nidoran(male) at all?
GT - InfidelBrownies It's like comparing Puff the Magic Dragon to a D&D Dragon to a goddamn Shark who grew legs because it ate everything in the sea.
The above is not entirely true... Tauros needs to breed with Ditto to obtain another. Miltank will only have other Miltank as offspring.
The base-form Nidorans are able to breed together for 50% of either gender; however their later stages cannot produce eggs of their own species, it seems. I don't know if the male line is able to breed with others in order to pass on egg moves, but it's possible - can anybody confirm?