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Zapgon
Zapgon.png
Encyclopedia Number 048
Type Dragon/Electric
Species Spark
Height 3' 10"
Weight 48.5 lbs.
Evolves Into N/A
Evolves From N/A
Egg Group Lightning
Ability Unknown

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

Biology[]

Physiology[]

Zapgon is a large yellow dragon. The creature's body is vaguely spherical in shape. The torso is covered in small, hedgehog-like spines. Zapgon has two semicircle eyes and a jagged, pronounced brow. There are two larger spines on top of its head, as well as two large horns that have dark gray tips. Zapgon has a pronounced, bulldog-like lower jaw with five teeth: three small ones in the center, and two large, upward-pointing fangs with dark gray tips. The creature has two small arms with two white claws. It also has two large, two-toed feet. Zapgon has a long, thin, wire-like tail with an electrical plug on the tip; the tail is dark gray with silver metal parts. It also has two small wings with translucent membranes.

Abilites[]

Zapgon's spines can absorb enormous amounts of static electricity. One touch of the plug on its tail can short circuit any machine.

Behavior[]

Zapgons are solitary creatures that are sometimes responsible for power outages, because they feed on the static electricity that they absorb with their spines.

Habitat[]

Zapgon can be found in caves and urban areas.

Metamorphosis[]

Zapgon does not transform.

Encyclopedia Entry[]

"Zapgon feeds on static electricity. One touch of its tail can short circuit any machine."

Known Moves[]

Coming soon...

Trivia[]

  • Zapgon is the forty-eighth Meta Monster in the Encyclopedia.
  • Zapgon is the first Meta Monster to have Dragon as its primary type.

Origin[]

Zapgon is based on a dragon, although its appearance is similar to a bat or gargoyle. It is also based on an electrical plug.

Name Origin[]

Zapgon is a combination of zap and dragon.

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