In 2013, with the release of Pokémon X and Y, the Pokémon world was practically turned upside down with the introduction of Mega Evolution. With this new form of evolution, certain Pokémon could, for a short period of time, evolve even further than their evolutionary lines previously permitted. What that means is that the Charizard you always wished could evolve, just one more time, finally can.
When Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire were released in winter 2014, it was clear that Mega Evolution would be here to stay. A whole new batch of Pokémon were now capable of Mega Evolving, expanding all would-be Pokémon masters' battle repertoires once again.
So, whether you love it or loathe it, Mega Evolution isn't going anywhere. Let's take a look at some of the coolest Mega Evolutions that the Pokémon world has given to us.
10. Mega Beedrill
Beedrill has always been an underwhelming Pokémon that never really lived up to its potential. It concludes the Weedle evolutionary line, which is likely one of the very first that many Pokémon trainers completed due to Weedle's early availability and low evolution levels. Unfortunately, Beedrill's stats never really matched his awesome appearance – until now.
Mega Beedrill's Attack nearly doubles, as does its Speed. When Beedrill Mega Evolves, it grows two extra stingers, and its pre-existing stingers grow larger and more threatening. While it is definitely not the strongest of the Mega Evolutions, Mega Beedrill is certainly worth having around.