Shiny Slugma

Lava Pokémon
Molten magma courses throughout Slugma's circulatory system. If this Pokémon is chilled, the magma cools and hardens. Its body turns brittle and chunks fall off, reducing its size.

# 218

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Ratings
49 people rated this shiny Pokémon
  • SpikeSoaring
    expert20 January 2024

    NOO HE'S COOLING DOWN 😭

  • CumDemon
    guest26 December 2023

    Cum :)

  • Anon
    guest7 December 2023

    Reminds me of the metal slimes from dragon quest.

  • Anonymous
    guest17 November 2023

    Pretty nice how they tried to replicate the way lava turns to stone after a while. Still kinda ugly though.

  • Anonymous
    guest26 October 2023

    Amazing

  • Anonymous
    guest25 October 2023

    It honestly looks like a pile of living cement

  • Riolu_Chompz
    talented18 October 2023

    I love Slugma´s shiny. One thing i have heard is that is an underrated shiny. I disagree though. It is not underrated just the problem is when you... read more

  • Chris
    guest16 October 2023

    Very solid

  • 4fun
    guest8 October 2023

    love molten ashen metal

  • Fern
    guest30 September 2023

    God tier shiny, it contrasts so well and the molten steel element makes it a perfect match for a steel Tera, even without Tera types, it’s a grea... read more

  • KensaSkribblez
    guest30 September 2023

    Cement :]

  • Cumma
    guest26 September 2023

    Not a fan of molten cum...

  • Anonymous
    guest16 September 2023

    One of the best shiny pokemon ever and I think alot of people can agree with it

  • Anonymous
    guest13 September 2023

    perfect for the pokedex entry

More information

Shiny Slugma

The shiny version of Slugma in Pokémon GO was released on 07-01-2022.
Slugma was originally discovered in the Johto region. The main color of shiny Slugma is gray. The typing of this Pokémon is fire. The Pokédex number of Slugma is #218. In the dex they call Slugma the Lava Pokémon

Molten magma courses throughout Slugma's circulatory system. If this Pokémon is chilled, the magma cools and hardens. Its body turns brittle and chunks fall off, reducing its size. This Pokémon is usually seen found in neighborhoods, residential areas and dry climates.

Slugma belongs to the Slugma family.

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