Nidoqueen used Body Slam by drjhordan

Jordano from Brazil is an active artists since over five years and was one of the first people who joined the GA-HQ Pokémon Tribute when it was announced on the 29th April 2016. His take on Lapras was the 3rd submission made for it, and Jordano did not hesitate to claim Nidoqueen on the same day already.

Later he continued his dedicate work for this project with Kangaskhan, Dratini, Ponyta and eventually Tentacool to make him one of the 9 artists that contributed six Pokémon. 

Beside the Pokémon he draws all kinds of art and developed also a good couple of own characters. I recommend you to have a good look at his Gallery on dA!


“A Normal-type attack. Has a one-in-three chance of paralyzing the target if it hits.“

Body Slam is a Normal-Type attack move introduced in Generation I as TM Move TM08.

The user uses its massive bulk to slam into the opponent. The biggest pay-off of this move is the chance of the user Paralyzing its opponent. There is a 30% chance of this happening.



Nidoqueen used Earth Power by Penny-Dragon

Penny Virsu from Australia is a big fan of Dragons and did not only draw some of the dragon-like Pokémon but also video game characters like good old Spryo, known these days mostly through Skylanders. Her gallery on dA is really worth a look!


“The user makes the ground under the foe erupt with power. It may also lower the target’s Special Defense.“

Earth Power is a Ground-Type attack move introduced in Generation IV.

The user causes a massive attack that comes directly at the target from below. The move has a 10% chance of lowering the target’s special Defense as well.



“Its hard scales provide strong protection. It uses its hefty bulk to execute powerful moves”

Nidoqueen is the final form of Nidoran. It evolves when Nidorina is exposed to a Moon Stone.

Clearly much larger than its previous forms; Nidoqueen is a bipedal Pokemon that is considerably more fierce. Mostly it is enraged when its young or territory is threatened. Like its previous forms, the tips of its back spikes are poisonous. It prefers using its brute force however in this form. Like Nidorina, Nidoqueen cannot breed.


Pokemon Gen I Art Collaboration Logo by SuperEdco

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