#005 Charmeleon used Flame Burst and Fire Spin!
Charmeleon used Flame Burst by Altarior
Altarior is one of the around 15 artists that were invited for our first Pokémon Art Collaboration. I saw her impressive take on Hoh-Oh in February 2016 and thought that someone who draws the Pokémon with such a dedication would sure like the idea of a project that celebrates the 20th Anniversary of the first Pokémon games and also adds a new twist with the focus on illustrating the many different abilities of the first 151 Pokémon.
I am sure she will be back for Gen II in 2017 🙂
The Flame Burst attack is relative new and became available in the Pokémon Generation V games (Black & White). It does not only deal Fire damage to the opponent on-screen but also damages all allies the enemy with around 1/16 of their maximum HP.
Charmeleon used Fire Spin by Saskle
Saskle joined Game-Art-HQ and claimed a really unpopular video game character with Grog from LoZ OoT for our community project where artists could claim a character of their choice, later she also joined our Link’s Blacklist Zelda Bestiary Collaboration and drew the Armos for our upcoming next round of the project that covers all enemies from the first Legend of Zelda.
Like Altarior too, she joined our Pokemon Tribute as one of the first artists in May!
The Fire Spin is a damage dealing Fire-Type move that is available since the first generation of Pokémon games. It is a powerful move that does not only deal raw damage in one round but also adds Fire Damage for the following 2-5 turns so it is especially good against opponents with a lot HP. Back in the first games, the opponents was even trapped in the move for the turns it lasted.
The damage this move deals and also some fo the side effects were altered with in every new generation of Pokémon games up to Gen VI.
“When it swings its burning tail, it elevates the temperature to unbearably high levels”
Charmeleon is a Fire-type Pokémon that evolves from Charmander and can evolve into Charizard from level 36 and higher. It is a lot stronger than Charmander and powerful enemies excite it since it loves to fight. At least six of the Pokémon trainers in the anime and games used the Charmeleon. It’s Chinese name means literally “Fiery Dinosaur” its original Japanese name is Lizardo btw.