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Pokemon X and Y Fan Art: Part 3

Pokemon X and Y
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It’s time once again to honor the fans of Pokemon X and Y who have taken it upon themselves to use their artistic talents in order to express their fandom. The games might not be released yet, but that’s irrelevant! We’ve already shown you some excellent fan art in our Part 1 and Part 2 articles, now let’s check out some more excellent pieces of Pokemon X and Y fanart!


Ninfia

 
 

This wee, little Sylveon looks pretty ethereal, which is fitting for a Fairy-Type.

 
Ami-Cat
Ami-Cat

Find Us, Chespin

 
 

Here we see a bunch of Chespin playing hide-and-seek and just being the adorable little critters they are.

 
OnixTymime
OnixTymime

Dedenne and Coke-Mon

 
 

How much do you want to bet that ill-informed parents are going to call this thing "Pikachu" for the next 10 years?

 
CottonKawi
CottonKawi

Mega Ampharos

 
 

The announcement of Mega Evolutions has folks in a tizzy. Check out this elegant Mega Ampharos!

 
DaisyDuke 14
DaisyDuke 14

Let's Jump Over Fences

 
 

This Gogoat looks strong enough to jump over any ridge!

 
MBlock
MBlock

VS Mega Blaziken

 
 

So an Absol, a Honedge and a Mega Blaziken walk into a bar...

 
Mejiro Kun
Mejiro Kun

Mega Lucario

 
 

If Mega Lucario doesn't show up in Super Smash Bros., we're going to have words with Nintendo.

 
Momoreo
Momoreo

Mega Lucario in a Pokeball

 
 

With all of the technology we have, we still can't make functioning Pokeballs?!

 
Jonathan Jo
Jonathan Jo

New Girl

 
 

Serena sure has some unique fashion sense. We can't wait to see her adventures in Pokemon X and Y.

 
Shosika
Shosika

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