Vulpix used Fire Blast Kurama-chan

Kurama-Chan from Brazil is a part of the Game-Art-HQ community since we started back in early 2012 and created the Anniversary Tribute to the Kirby series and later continued with the still ongoing Link’s Blacklist, a Bestiary Project that illustrated the hundreds of enemies and bosses in the Legend of Zelda games.

Kurama-Chan participated in the majority of our projects since 2012, her two contributions to our Gen I Pokémon Project, Pikachu and Vulpix are just the currently last works as part of the GA-HQ community.

While many of her works are featured here, I recommend to visit her gallery on dA as well!



“The target is attacked with an intense blast of all-consuming fire. It may also leave the target with a burn”

The Fire Blast is one of the most powerful Fire-Type attacks in the Pokemon series and TM38 since the first Generation.

It had a 30% chance of burning the opponent in the first games, but this chance was decreased to only 10% since the Gen II games. Since Pokemon X & Y, its power was reduced a bit from 120 to 110.




Vulpix used Inferno by Hedgey

Hedgey aka Gina from the UK  is another one of the artists that joined Game-Art-HQ in May 2016 to participate in the Pokémon Tribute. She started with a super cute take on Meowth, continued with Arbok and Vulpix and also  created truly epic Ditto illustration for this project. Raticate was her last submission for the Gen I Tribute.

She also draws a ton of stuff including more Pokémon related art on dA , you should visit her whole gallery here!


“The user attacks by engulfing the target in an intense fire. It leaves the target with a burn”

Inferno is a damage-dealing fire-type move that was introduced first in Generation V.

The user completely engulfs the target in an intense fire, and currently holds the only spot of being the only non-status move that has a 100% chance of burning the target under normal conditions. Vulpix can learn this move at level 50.




“At the time of birth, it has just one tail. The tail splits from its tip as it grows older”

Vulpix is one of Kanto’s pure fire-type Pokemon based off the Japanese legend of the Kitsune, a fox with many tails that breathed fire. To this day Vulpix remains one of the most popular Pokemon of all time, having major appearances in the anime as one of the main characters,

Brock owned one for a period of time and Bill who created the Pokemon storage system also owning one in the Pokemon Adventures manga.


Pokemon Gen I Art Collaboration Logo by SuperEdco

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