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Garchomp
Garchomp Pokkén
Artwork from Pokkén Tournament

Creator(s)

Khanny Pham

Oldest version

Khanny Pham's version (2007)

Newest version

Khanny Pham's version (2007)

Origin

Pokémon

Garchomp is a Dragon/Ground-type Pokémon from the Pokémon series that also makes an appearance as a playable character in the 3D fighting game, Pokkén Tournament. It is the final evolution of Gible, and has a Mega Evolution known as Mega Garchomp. It appears at #111 in the Sinnoh Pokédex and #445 in the National Pokédex.

Garchomp is known to fly at supersonic speeds due to the fine scales on its body, which reduce drag. Garchomp (and its pre-evolutions) are highly territorial and ferocious, and will not hesitate to lash out at intruders, nor will they let them escape. When Mega Evolved, excess energy causes Garchomp's wings and arms to fuse into large scythe-like formations. This transformation causes Mega Garchomp to use these newfound weapons to wildly slash the ground in a fit of rage.

In M.U.G.E.N, Garchomp has been made by Khanny Pham. The character is a spriteswap of Shazzo's Giga Bowser, made evident by the sound effects and leftover sprites present within it, as well as the incredibly similar moveset that primarily makes use of fire-based attacks instead of ones Garchomp is known for using in the Pokémon games.

Khanny Pham's version

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Complete with custom sprites, stiff animations and wonky hitboxes, Garchomp features a moveset you'd expect to see from a gargantuan reptile rather than a land shark, with plenty of fire-breathing action. Not only does Garchomp have destructively high Life and Attack stats that allow it to tank hits and decimate its opponents, but the majority of its attacks grant Garchomp complete invulnerability; less overused and more uber, it seems.

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