an artist imagines what the evolutionary line of Charmander with the fairy type would be like

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One of the most popular Pokémon with one of the newest types.

In its beginnings Pokémon only had 15 different types, among which the Dragon, Psychic, Normal stood out, among others that over time have seen how their rise has been counteracted through the introduction of new elemental types, these being the Sinister and Steel in the second generation and the Fairy in the sixth.

Under this same premise, this has given rise to some types having fewer members than others, something that is being corrected little by little with the introduction of more Pokémon and regional formswhich, in many cases, have the type Fairy, Dark, Steel and even Ice and Dragon.

Charmander, Charmeleon and Charizard like you’ve never seen them before

Charmander is a first generation Pokemon.

Under this premise, during these years it has been possible to see how fans of the franchise with better art skills have opted for offer their own versions of known Pokémonthis being something that has been boosted with the starter Pokémon after Decidueye, Typhlosion, and Samurott received regional forms in Pokémon Legends Arceus.

Having said all this, the user fluid_mimikyu has shared on Reddit a alternate for Charmander’s evolutionary line in which we can see that this mythical and iconic Pokémon and its evolutions would have acquired the Fairy type, passing the orange, red and yellow of this trio to be blue and pink. You can see the result below:

It should be noted that, although it is quite likely that Charmander and Charmeleon will not touch and be left as they are, the history of Pokémon Legends Arceus opens the possibility of seeing a regional Charizard in some future title of the franchise, being so Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Purple could introduce these variants.

However, this would be entering the realm of speculation, so we will have to wait to see if at some point we end up seeing these combinations. In fact, with the loss of its mega evolution, a Fire/Dragon Charizard wouldn’t look too bad. For the rest, remember that Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Purple will be released in late 2022.

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