Mega Slowbro Shows His Endurance In New Pokemon Omega & Alpha Trailer

By Michael On 17 Aug, 2014 At 12:16 PM | Categorized As 3DS | With 0 Comment

The Pokemon Company has used the Pokemon World Championships as an opportunity to officially reveal Mega Slowbro to the world. Alongside Mega Audino, Mega Slowbro was originally leaked by the official Korean Pokemon in two profile pages, but was subsequently removed (and now made live since their official unveil).

Mega slowbro is a Water and Psychic type pokemon with the ability Shell Armor. “Mega Slowbro’s energy has gathered in the Shellder clamped onto its tail. As a result, the hardness of its shell is boosted, making an armor so hard that nothing and no one can scratch it. When Mega Slowbro battles, it stands up on its tail. It can move by bouncing along, using its tail as a spring,” as officially described on the Pokemon website.

“After Mega Evolving, its Shell Armor Ability means that opponents’ attacks will never land a critical hit. In terms of stats, its previously high Defense jumps still more, and its Sp. Attack also increases, making Mega Slowbro a great Pokémon for long, sticky battles that require endurance.”

I’ve mentioned this before, but I would like to reiterate my thoughts on Mega Slowbro. I believe Mega Slowbro will be a menacing double wall come the new Pokemon meta-game. Slowbro was a fantastic wall with his excellent defense typing and access to the ever so-reliable-recovery move, Slack-off. Now with the large defense buff, I can say with confidence that the Mega form will be running amuck in stall and balance teams

Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire will launch in North America, Japan and Australia on November 21. Europe will have to wait a week longer as the game is scheduled for release on November 28.

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