I'm planning to buy Pokemon X/Y, but I want the Black mega evolve of Charizard. In which game does Charizard evolve into the black mega?

  • Why would I get down votes for this? What's wrong with the question?
    – Charkz
    Oct 31, 2013 at 14:41
  • Your question was downvoted by others, I think, because it shows a lack of research effort. Simply typing in MegaCharizard on Google would have gotten you your answer in the first few hits. Oct 31, 2013 at 16:33
  • But then I wouldn't of found out that I can really get him in both games.
    – Charkz
    Oct 31, 2013 at 16:37
  • Uh, yes, if you look on the wiki, it mentions only getting one form depending on which version of the game you get.
    – childe
    Oct 31, 2013 at 17:40
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    It is mentioned in that way on the wiki because trading is always possible, no matter what. Certain Pokemon are exclusive to X or Y but they can be traded to fill your Pokedex, of course. @Wojtek'Charkz'Hordyniec , I just mentioned a possible reason. I didn't downvote you myself so I cannot know what the person who downvoted you was thinking. Nov 1, 2013 at 4:21

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The mega stone that evolves Charizard into its black Fire/Dragon type mega evolution can be found in Pokémon X.

It can, however, also be traded over to a copy of Pokémon Y and used there.

Source, more information

  • Actually, you can have a Mega Charizard X in Pokémon Y as well, assuming you have the appropriate megastone, which can only be found in X, but can be traded to Y.
    – Nolonar
    Oct 31, 2013 at 11:30
  • @Nolonar Thanks! I updated my answer to reflect that.
    – obskyr
    Oct 31, 2013 at 11:34

The black Charizard (Mega Charizard X) is in Pokemon X

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You can get Mega Charizard X in Pokémon Y as well, assuming you have the appropriate megastone, or trade it.

Source: http://www.marriland.com/pokemon-xy/mega-evolution/4908-mega-charizard-y


Charizard has 2 mega evolution stones, and the one you get in pokemon X will make Charizard black.

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