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TXMN Stats
Type(s) Water, Wood
Element(s) Heroic, Water
Call [[MainCall::353067 josepharaoh99 bite-cartoon-style.mp3]]
Completed Complete
Body Shape Piscine
ID 26
Blurb It is invisible in the water, being visible only when it leaps out of the water to drag animals on the shore back into the deep.
Height/Length (centimetres) 300
Weight (kilograms) 200
Catch Rate 70
Terrain(s) Coastal, Freshwater, Sea
Sex(es) Male, Female
Evolution Stage Stage1
Fusion Name First Part Sharp
Fusion Name Second Part -fin

Set 1Set 2Creature Progress Tracker

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26 [[FaceSprite1::Sharpfin face 1.png|24px|link=|class=bottom]][[FaceSprite2::Sharpfin face 2.png|24px|link=|class=top]] Sharpfin

→ 27

Sharpfin, the Rip tuxemon, is a Water-type, Wood-type monster.

Trivia[edit source]

Name Origin: sharp + fin, evoking shark

Design Origin[edit source]

In The Spyder in the Cathedral Campaign[edit source]

Evolution of a starting monster. Used by trainers in Nimrod HQ, Omnichannel HQ, Side Route A, Sea Route C and Walled Garden. Fished with the Neptune or Poseidon.

Evolution[edit source]

[[Default64px::Sharpfin front 2.png|64px]]
Dollfin Sharpfin

Sprites[edit source]

Tuxemon Standard[edit source]

64px [[FrontSprite::Sharpfin front 2.png|64px]] [[BackSprite::Sharpfin back.png|64px]]
Face Sprites [[FaceSprite1::Sharpfin face 1.png|24px]] [[FaceSprite2::Sharpfin face 2.png|24px]]
Overland Sprites Missing Missing

Other Standards[edit source]

48px Missing Missing
56px Missing Missing
80px Missing Missing
Menu Sprites (32px) Missing Missing
Menu Sprites (24px) Missing Missing
Menu Sprites (16px) Missing Missing


Contributors[edit source]

Extyrannomon, Leo, Sanglorian

Original design by Leo and extyrannomon. Sprites by Sanglorian.

Variations[edit source]

Other art79.png, Misc-6.jpg, Nemo08.png Alternative spritesSharpfin front.png

Evolutions[edit source]

At the moment, this is a double-up, but that will be fixed.

[[Default64px::Sharpfin front 2.png|64px]]

Techniques[edit source]

In other languages[edit source]

Language Name Category Blurb
German Scharfloss (scharf + Flosse)
French Trancheron


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