21 November 2014


381 / M Latios - Pokémon Papercraft
M Latios
Type: Dragon/Psychic
Species:  Eon Pokémon
Height: 2.3 m (7'07")
Weight: 70.0 kg (154.3 lbs.)
Interesting Facts: Latios made its debut appearance in Pokémon Heroes. Annie and Oakley captured Latios and used it to power the Defense Mechanism of Alto Mare along with the stolen Soul Dew. Latios ended up sacrificing itself to save Alto Mare from an enormous tidal wave.

Height: 16.0 cm/6.3 in
Width: 44.8 cm/17.6 in
Depth: 28.9 cm/11.4 in
No. of Pages: 10 (Including Base)
No. of Pieces: 71
Level: Medium
Designer: Brandon
Photo: LuIS

NOTES: Start at the head and build by numbers until you get to the tail, glue the arms (using the base as a tool to glue them on the right position) and only after close. It's important to note that the arms are very heavy and the tube that holds them to the body is very small, so it may collapse if not reinforced with a tube of rolled paper inserted inside. The is not as hard as it seems, take your time, join one at a time to the hand and you'll be fine. The medium-hard for Mega Latias is due to the hands, the pieces get small, and a bit harder to build, but besides that shouldn't be too hard. Further instructions included on the template.

Base, Soul Dew, and Mega Stones included, as well as eye textures for Latias. The only difference for Latias is eye, and size.

Download: A4 / Letter


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Anonymous said...

OMG,OMG,it finally came out! Yet I still have the original pokemon ruby! :D

Anonymous said...

why latios and latias display image is the same?

Anonymous said...

M Latios eyes should be different with M latias, ?

Anonymous said...

Hello, the picture of Mega Latias and Mega Latios are the same one.

(You don't have to place this comment, I'm someone who search for mistakes and then I let you guys know ;) I just wanna help)

Greeting from Belgium

Unknown said...

Mega evolution dude :)