Magmagon
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Encyclopedia Number 049
Type Dragon/Fire
Species Magma
Height 3' 11"
Weight 62.5 lbs.
Evolves Into N/A
Evolves From N/A
Egg Group Flame
Ability Unknown

 Magmagon is a Dragon/Fire Type Magma Meta Monster. It does not transform. It is a Counterpart to Zapgon.

Biology[edit | edit source]

Physiology[edit | edit source]

Magmagon is a large dragon. Most of its body is covered in maroon armor. The creature's head is fairly crocodilian, except for its lower jaw, which is fairly large and stalagtite-shaped. Magmagon has two large eyes and two small nostrils. There are two yellow bands on its snout. The creature's horns are actually small, black, chimney/volcano-like structures with yellow veins of lava. Magmagon's lower jaw is charcoal black and littered with numerous yellow lava veins. The creature's body is fairy bulky; the top part is maroon and the underbelly is made of charcoal stone with yellow lava veins. The creature's shoulders and hips resemble stalagmites. Each of its four legs ends in a three-toed foot with white claws. Magmagon has two small wings with yellow membranes and white spikes at the "elbow" and "fingertips". On Magmagon's posterior is a large hole with a charcoal rim with yellow veins. Magmagon generally has a "tail" made of flames.

Abilites[edit | edit source]

When Magmagon feels threatened, its fire tail disappears and is fired out of its mouth, effectively serving as ammuntion.

Behavior[edit | edit source]

After attacking, Magmagon releases the extra heat in the form of smoke from its horns. They are very feisty creatures that love to fight.

Habitat[edit | edit source]

Magmagon can be found in caves and desert areas.

Metamorphosis[edit | edit source]

Magmagon does not transform.

Encyclopedia Entry[edit | edit source]

"When Magmagon feels threatened, it uses its own fiery tail as ammunition for its flaming breath."

Known Moves[edit | edit source]

Coming soon...

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Magmagon is the forty-ninth Meta Monster in the Encyclopedia.
  • Magmagon's original name was Chargon, a combination of char and dragon.

Origin[edit | edit source]

Magmagon is based on a dragon.

Name Origin[edit | edit source]

Magmagon is a combination of magma and dragon.

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