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Pokémon: This would be Glaceon if it had a human form

Once again, we get a fascinating fan-art related to one of the franchises most adored by Nintendo fans. yes we talked about Pokémon.

Glaceon is an Ice-type evolution introduced in Generation IV., This features an earlier stage introduced in previous generations, Eevee. This is the Pokémon with the most number of evolutions created so far, with a total of 8, all of them of different types.

In this case, Reddit user Comprehensive-Mix-61 has shown what Glaceon might look like if it were a human. It is not the first time that we see fan-arts of this style where the appearance and characteristics of the Pokémon are mixed with the human form, despite the fact that nothing similar has occurred in the titles or the anime, except for exceptions such as the fusion between Nihilego and Samina in Pokémon Sun and Moon.

In the image you can see a human in the form of a young woman. She also has the fur on her head in the form of two pigtails and the characteristic bangs of the Pokémon. You can see the complete post with all the images shared by the user at this link. Here you can see it:

Just Glaceon as a human by Me! (2 eeveelutions done!)
by u/Comprehensive-Mix-61 in pokemon

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

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