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Pokemon Artist Imagines What a Wailord Paradox Form Could Look Like

We keep receiving Paradox forms of Pokémon. They are not official, but created by fans, but they look really good. Today we get one more.

This time we bring you a great fan-art inspired by a paradox shape, the shapes inspired by the past and the future introduced in Scarlet and Purple. In the Reddit post that we leave you below you can see one of them based on Wailord, the Water type mon belonging to the Third generation. This has been created by El-psy-congroo-01 and would mix the Pokémon with the Fighting type, changing its color adding orange tones and a menacing appearance characteristic of some Pokémon of this type.

Other features have also been added, such as fangs in its mouth or claws on its fins. Below you can see it. You can also find all the images and the complete post at this link.

Wailord paradox form (commission) [OC]
by u/El-psy-congroo-01 in pokemon

It is not the first time that we see fan-arts of this style where the appearance and characteristics of the Pokémon change to recreate forms inspired by the future or the past, as occurs in Scarlet and Purple with some cases.

What do you think? Do you think another design could have been better? We read you in the comments.

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