Ever wondered how big Pokemon can actually get? An artist known as DOTBstudios has actually made a complete size comparison from Gen 1 up until the brand new Gen 6.

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When Pokemon Red and Blue burst into the scene and revolutionized handheld gaming, Onix was the longest Pokemon measuring up to 28 feet and 10 inches. That however has become eclipsed by the current title holder, Wailord who hasn’t been dethroned from the “largest pokemon” spot since Gen 3. The largest pokemon title holder measures in at 47 feet and 7 inches

DOTBstudios  has now updated the size rankings and has included Megavolutions in his newest size comparison artwork and some of these Megavolutions are even larger than their normal versions like Mega Venusaur and Mega Tyranitar.

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The images show that some of the legendary pokemon like Dialga, Palkia, Yvetal and Lugia are quite large while some like Mew, Celebi and Jirachi are actually quite small. Speaking of tiny Pokemon, can you guess which is the smallest? If you guessed Joltik, you are indeed correct and it is an Electric type, it can actually beat a Wailord if you use it properly.

More of his artworks can be viewed via his blog http://dotbstudios.deviantart.com/

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