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Artwork from Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver



Oldest version

Jetgoshi & TuffTony's version (2012)

Newest version

Minoo's version (2015)



Tyranitar is a Rock/Dark-type Pokémon from the Pokémon series. It is the final evolution of Larvitar and has a Mega Evolution known as Mega Tyranitar. It appears at #251 in the Johto Pokédex and #248 in the National Pokédex.

Tyranitar are dangerous Pokémon, who are quite protective of their young. They are extremely strong, and their thick, rocky hides give them good resistance; because of this, they are always looking forward for a battle. Tyranitar can get easily enraged, causing it to set off outstanding earthquakes that can completely change an entire landscape. Despite this, Tyranitar are known to display affection towards people and Pokémon that have been helpful to them by nuzzling them. When Tyranitar undergoes the process of Mega Evolution, the excess energy causes Mega Tyranitar's back to split open, causing it intense pain and fueling its destructive instincts to the point where it can no longer hear the orders of its own trainer.

In M.U.G.E.N, Tyranitar has been created by Jetgoshi & TuffTony; it is custom sprited, though the animations are stuttery and often lack hitboxes, and generally attacks in a physical manner using its arms, legs, tail and head, but can also use ranged attacks like Rock Blast and Hyper Beam.

Jetgoshi & TuffTony's version


A similar character to Kung Fu Man in many aspects, such as its poor combo game and four button layout, the second pseudo legendary uses an oddly animated scratch sprite and voiceclips from Bowser. It has no really prevailing strengths, aside from its high Life stat, making it hard to use efficiently.



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