Pokémon fans design an incredible form of paradox for Lugia

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  • A Pokémon fan created his own interpretation of a Paradox form for Lugia, giving it a more intimidating appearance and naming it Silver Storm.
  • Paradox Pokémon are reinterpretations of existing Pokémon, resembling their counterparts but with unique prehistoric or technological characteristics.
  • Other artists have also designed their own versions of Paradox Lugia, including one with a submersible-themed redesign.


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A Pokemon Fans have designed their own version of what a Paradox form could look like for the Generation 2 Legendary Pokémon Lugia. Lugia is one of the most recognizable Legendary Pokémon in the world. Pokemon franchise. The Psychic/Flying type Pokémon was introduced as a boxed Legendary for Pokémon Silver And Pokemon SoulSilverand its variant Shadow Lugia featured prominently in Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness on GameCube.


Not only did Lugia have a major role to play in video games, but the creature also made waves in the video game world. Pokemon animated series. In fact, Lugia was one of the main characters of Pokémon the Movie 2000: The Power of One. Lugia’s first appearance in the anime was notable because it marked one of the very rare occasions where a Pokémon actually spoke in a language that humans can understand. With Lugia being one of the most popular Pokémon in existence, it’s no surprise that it’s regularly featured in the main series. Pokemon video games too.

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Lugia was not available in Pokémon Scarlet and Purple at first, but it can now be exchanged for Switch games, and it can even be captured in The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero DLC. Lugia appears in its traditional form in Pokémon Scarlet and Purple, but some fans have wondered what it might look like if it had a Paradox form. Reddit user shunixe shared the latest rendition of a Paradox form for Lugia, making it bipedal, giving the creature a more intimidating appearance, and naming it Silver Storm. Fans responded positively to the art, with one suggesting that this Paradox Lugia should be a Dragon/Fighting type, and others asking the artist to share his interpretation of Ho-Oh, Lugia. Pokémon Gold counterpart.


Paradox Pokémon Lugia Fan Art


Pokémon Paradox, for those who may not have played Pokémon Scarlet and Purple, are essentially reinterpretations of existing Pokémon. The idea is that Paradox Pokémon are distant ancestors or distant descendants of Pokémon, and therefore are somewhat similar to their present-day counterparts, but possess unique characteristics that are either prehistoric or technological. There were many Pokemon fan art creating new Pokémon Paradox since Pokémon Scarlet and Purple coming to Switch in 2022.


Lugia in particular has been a popular subject for Paradox Pokemon fan art. Other artists designed their own versions of the creature, with a future Paradox Lugia giving the creature a submersible-themed redesign.


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Others have imagined what prehistoric Lugia would look like, with impressive results. It seems unlikely that the future Pokemon games will continue the Paradox trend, so fan art will have to suffice instead of Game Freak creating their own version of Paradox Lugia.

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Pokémon Scarlet and Purple

Released
November 18, 2022

ESRB
E for everyone due to mild fantasy violence

How long to beat
31½ hours

Metascore
72