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Mega Evolution

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In the main series
* In ''[[XY122|A Real Icebreaker!]]'', [[Wulfric]] Mega Evolved his {{p|Abomasnow}} into Mega Abomasnow to fight against [[Ash's Greninja]] during their [[Gym]] battle.
* A Mega Alakazam, Mega {{p|Glalie}}, Mega {{p|Pidgeot}}, Mega {{p|Steelix}}, Shiny Mega {{p|Gengar}}, Shiny Mega Gardevoir, and several other Mega-Evolved Pokémon appeared in ''[[M19|Volcanion and the Mechanical Marvel]]''. With the exception of [[Kimia]]'s Shiny Mega Gardevoir, they were forcibly Mega Evolved by a special device known as Mega Wave, which was being used by [[Alva]] and his minions [[Levi]] and [[Cherie]]. A Mega Wave evolved Mega {{p|Heracross}} and Mega {{p|Pinsir}} were also loaned to {{TRT}}.
* A Mega {{TP|Trevor|Charizard}} Y owned by {{an|Trevor}} appeared in ''[[XY125|A League of His Own!]]'' during his [[Lumiose Conference]] battle against Alain.
* A Mega Gyarados appeared in a fantasy in ''[[SM033|Big Sky, Small Fry!]]'', where {{an|Lana}} joked about being able to catch one at [[Brooklet Hill]].
* [[Brock's Steelix]] and [[Misty's Gyarados]] Mega Evolve into Mega {{p|Steelix}} and Mega {{p|Gyarados}} in [[SM043]], while battling [[Kiawe's Turtonator]] and [[Ash's Pikachu]], respectively. Interestingly, unlike in the XY series, there Pokémon did not possess an item to hold their respective Mega Stones, and were seemingly hidden until they were Mega Evolved.

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