Shiny Mega Gengar

Shadow Pokémon
Mega Evolution has made it possible for Gengar to access other dimensions. Its entire body is brimming with strange power.

# 94-Mega

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200 people rated this shiny Pokémon
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  • Raya324
    expert20 July 2024

    I think the eyes should've stayed red (or made something other than grey), but I really like it.

  • Chumimin
    guest19 July 2024

    👻

  • acd_gamer
    expert19 July 2024

    My favorite shiny! such an improvement on gengar. fenrir what are you saying???

  • Th3LastP1g
    guest18 July 2024

    Really good! totally different, making easier to identify.

  • poopy face
    guest15 July 2024

    coo

  • Ameowphous
    expert9 July 2024

    soooo good omg

  • Fenrir
    guest8 July 2024

    First mega ugh...
    Specters are white- ordinary

    Make him swirling black red chaos texture, like a black hole sucking up galaxies.

  • Golispod lover
    guest7 July 2024

    It's overrated

  • Anonymous
    guest30 June 2024

    Why not this for regular

  • spartant117
    expert29 June 2024

    a little overrated but man is it so much better than the original

  • Yes
    guest28 June 2024

    By far the best Mega Pokémon design and the most beautiful shiny fr.

  • Pug robot 20
    senior28 June 2024

    do you want to build a killer snowman

  • Julian
    guest27 June 2024

    Really good tho

  • Tx
    guest26 June 2024

    Nice how they redid it with GMAX

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More information

Shiny Mega Gengar

The shiny version of Mega Gengar in Pokémon GO was released on 23-11-2020.
Mega Gengar was originally discovered in the Kanto region. The main color of shiny Mega Gengar is white. The typing of this Pokémon is ghost and poison. The Pokédex number of Mega Gengar is #94-Mega. In the dex they call Mega Gengar the Shadow Pokémon

Mega Evolution has made it possible for Gengar to access other dimensions. Its entire body is brimming with strange power. This Pokémon is usually seen within parking lots, usually in the evening or sometimes near cemeteries too. Also near ponds, marshes, lakes, cities, parks and industrial areas.

Mega Gengar belongs to the Gastly family.

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