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Imagine what a cool Mega Evolution Pokémon inspired by Toxicroak could look like

Mega Evolutions seem somewhat forgotten in Pokémon. But the fans continue to keep them very much in mind and here we bring you an example.

Toxicroak is a Poison and Fighting-type Pokémon introduced in Generation 4. Its pre-evolution is Croagunk, which has exactly the same types. He doesn’t have a later stage, so it would be interesting to see what an upgraded form of himself might look like. In this case, Reddit user inkDOTexe hHe has shown how a spectacular shape different from the usual one could look like, inspired by a Mega Evolution of it, the well-known mechanic introduced in the 6th generation.

It is not the first time that fan-arts of this style are shared by the players of the franchise, having obtained a fantastic result in this case. In the picture you can see to Toxicroak with an incredible look based on a kind of ninja with his usual colors adding white tones.

Without a doubt, the final result that he has obtained is great. You can see the complete post with all the images shared by the user at this link. Here you can see it:

Mega Toxicroak by inkDOTexe (me)
by u/inkDOTexe in pokemon

What do you think? Do you think that another design or concept different from the one shown could have been better? We read you in the comments.

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