Elestomp are large elephant Pokémon that have little to no predators because of their might and their use of water projectiles. It has gray skin with light brown mud on it's end of its trunk, around its eye, on its back and on its feet. It has brownish-red colored tusks and the inside of its large ears with a light brown ring around each one. It has brown eyes.
Mega Elestomp gets a drastic change. It's face, tusks and trunk are covered with skull armor, it also has bone armor in its ear and on its back, its eyes are red and black, its body is ghastly purple, hinting the added Ghost-Type and it's feet are white. It's also got a fearsome look, which gives it the ability, Intimidate.
Elestomps can hold a large amounts of water between their large tusks and shoot them projectiles (Water Pulse). With a stout body, Elestomp are Pokémon with few predators. Their long trunks are able to hold large volumes of water which can then be used as projectiles.
Elestomp, with their stout bodies, are usually calm Pokémon that relax in mud, but will quickly gather large volumes of water, then use that water to destroy enemies when they need to. This is why they have few preadtors.
It lives in most areas with mud, hanging around with Rollie and other Elestomp. The eldest female Elestomp leads the herd. However, Elestomp cannot be found in the Wild.
Shiny Coloration Differences
For Shiny Elestomp, the gray body turns a light grayish-brown, the brownish-red turns a muddy orange, and the mud turns a brighter shade of brown, brighter than its body.
Meanwhile, for Shiny Mega Elestomp, the purple turns a light brownish-gray, the red eyes turn a spooky pale blue, and the mud turns a brighter shade of brown, just like non-mega Elestomp..
With a stout body, Elestomp are Pokémon with few predators. Their long trunks are able to hold large volume of water which can then be used as projectiles.