Pokemon X And Y Mega Evolution: More Aggron, Tyranitar Images, And Whatever Happened To Druddigon And Galvantula?
By Staff Writer | October 16, 2013 09:20 AM EDT
Pokemon X and Y are released, and more images of Mega Evolution Pokemon have surfaced, this time with the newly introduced Mega Aggron and Mega Tyranitar.
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These two images are captured by an anonymous source online, and fans seem to love the looks of Mega Aggron and Mega Tyranitar!
"They both look absolutely amazing. My favorite [Mega Evolution] so far," writes Chaos on Pokejungle.
So far, 28 Mega Evolution Pokemon have been found along with their respective Mega Stones in Pokemon X and Y.
But two Mega Evolution Pokemon who have been mentioned but have yet to surface include Mega Druddigon and Mega Galvantula.
Given that no one has yet to confirm their Mega Stones nor their Mega Evolutions, fans believe these claims to be a hoax.
"No one took screenshots of the stones as proof, so it's unconfirmed. Joltik's not in the game, so it could be forever before we see mega Galvantula if it's really real," writes piranhapete on Gamefaqs.
"Seems kind of hoaxy to me at this point..."
However, it has since been confirmed that Galvantula is in the Friend Safari zone in Pokemon X and Y, but still, given that no one has confirmed these two Mega Evolutions, it is likely a fake claim.
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