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Pokemon Fusion Fan Art Combines Tauros and Spiritomb
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TOPIC: Pokemon Fusion Fan Art Combines Tauros and Spiritomb

Pokemon Fusion Fan Art Combines Tauros and Spiritomb 2 months, 2 weeks ago #47982

A Pokemon player has blended Tauros and Spiritomb into an exceptional creation. One kind of art that fans of Game Oddity's RPGs like to make involves mashing together two pocket monsters into one animal. This has prompted various Pokemon fusions or combinations, a significant number of which are startling.

The Pokemon Tauros and Spiritomb share next to no practically speaking. Tauros is an Ordinary Sort that appeared in Generation 1 of the Pokemon series, while Spiritomb is a Ghost/Dim Sort that was released in Generation 4. Despite this, one gamer has made a piece of art that combines the two into an interesting blend.

A Redditor named HoundoomKaboom united Tauros and Spiritomb to make a convincing combination of the two Pokemon. The artist's piece features Tauros' body, mane, and three tails. Nonetheless, the animal's head is made of a bull's skull and has Spiritomb's eyes and smile. The pocket monster's mane is currently purple and includes the green orbs that should be visible in the Ghost-Type Pokemon's face. The Pokemon's tails have green and purple flames at their tips, while spikes that seem to be bones neglected its back. HoundoomKaboom's art does a steady employment of uniting two pocket monsters with very little in common and transforming them into one fantastic piece.





HoundoomKaboom's post is becoming well known and has almost 1,000 upvotes. Numerous commenters have stated the amount they love the art, however some have mentioned that the fusion is not something they would have anticipated. One fan kidded that an opposing Pokemon would see the Tauros and Spiritomb combination, say "no," and return to its Pokeball. Another gamer said that the pocket monster looks astounding and that a Ghost/Ordinary Composing would be strong. While the combination of the two creatures is not something that many would expect, such a Pokemon could have a ton of potential were it in the games.

This is not the first time that HoundoomKaboom has consolidated Spiritomb with another Pokemon. The artist also blended the Ghost/Dull Sort with the Stone/Flying-Type Minior. The resulting pocket monster features a Minior that has been split in half from which the Spiritomb is arising. The animal is as of now not purple, yet is instead dark with a couple of blue eyes and a blue mouth. Surrounding the pocket monster is a white and yellow haze with red stars and orbs strewn all through. HoundoomKaboom's combination of Spiritomb and Minior has prompted another animal that is not normal, similar as the Tauros fusion, but rather is an interesting combination that bends the imagination and looks perfect.
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