In the Pokémon universe, certain creatures stand out for their strength. While Legendary and Mythical Pokémon are typically the most powerful, some “normal” Pokémon are exceptionally strong without fitting these categories. One such Pokémon is Haxorus, the evolved form of Axew. This article will delve into Haxorus’s place in the Pokémon hierarchy.
Haxorus is not a Pseudo-legendary Pokémon
Haxorus, the Axe Jaw Pokémon, is a Dragon-type Pokémon first introduced in Generation V. It is the final evolution form of Axew, evolving from Fraxure starting at level 48.
Haxorus is a very rare and powerful Pokémon, a great addition to your team if you can find an Axew and make it reach level 48. Haxorus has appeared in the anime on several occasions – Dryden has one, as does Rhoder – and has also appeared in several video games and the Pokémon manga.
As stated, Haxorus is a very Pokémon and rare Pokémon. It has three evolution stages, which is the first criterion for being categorized as a Pseudo-legendary Pokémon.
Based on a purely visual comparison, Haxrus could also easily fit the group, yet he does not. Why? Well, his base stat total is not 600, which is the primary criterion for a Pokémon to be considered Pseudo-legendary. Let us see his base stat:
As you can see, Haxorus has a base stat total of 540, which is – albeit slightly – lower than the needed total of 600. This means that he cannot be considered a Pseudo-legendary Pokémon.
But, due to his other general characteristics and the similarity between him and other Pseudo-legendary Pokémon, Haxorus is considered a Semi-Pseudo legendary Pokémon per the above-described criteria.
Beyond the stats: Haxorus’s role in the Pokémon world
Haxorus, with its intimidating axe-blade tusks and fierce demeanor, holds a special place in the hearts of many trainers, transcending mere statistics. This dragon-type Pokémon, originating from the Unova region, has made notable appearances in various Pokémon games, anime episodes, and movies.
Its unique design and battle capabilities have earned it a reputation as a formidable competitor, making it a popular choice among fans for both battles and companion roles.
Furthermore, Haxorus’s in-game lore and interactions provide depth to its character, painting a picture of a Pokémon that’s powerful and possesses a sense of loyalty and honor.
Many trainers recount tales of Haxorus’s unwavering dedication in battles, further solidifying its iconic status in the vast Pokémon universe. Whether or not it’s classified as Pseudo-legendary, Haxorus remains a standout in battles and the hearts of those who train it.