#055 Golduck used Hydro Pump and Aqua Tail!
Golduck used Hydro Pump by Twarda8
Karolina Twardosz from Poland joined the Pokemon Tribute after I invited her personally to this project, I think back in April or May. What she didn’t know was that she and a specific fan art she drew in February 2016 to tribute the Pokemon Anniversary was one of the reasons why we started our first Pokemon Art Collaboration!
She did a wonderful little piece with the three starters Bulbasaur, Charmander and Squirtle in front of the Games and a Nintendo 3DS. Her dedication to this piece made us think that we should do something for the Pokemon Fan Community as well.
Twarda drew five of the Pokemon including MissingNo and I am sure we will see more from her in the Gen II Tribute next year. I recommend to visit her whole gallery on deviantART here!
“The foe is blasted by a huge volume of water launched under great pressure”
Hydro Pump is a strong damage dealing Water-Type attack with no side effects at all. It is one of the strongest Water-Type attacks in general
Golduck used Aqua Tail by Pandarah
Patrick Robben from the Netherlands joined Game-Art-HQ in 2015 and drew a great piece of Medli from The Legend of Zelda for another of our Art Collaborations. He was also one of the first artists that joined the Pokemon Tribute and drew both Farfetch’d and Golduck for it. You can find a lot more love for video games in his gallery on dA which you can find here!
“The user attacks by swinging its tail as if it were a vicious wave in a raging storm”
Aqua Tail is one of the moves that were introduced in the Generation IV Pokemon games and is a damage-dealing Water Type move without any side effects. It can be learned by many Pokemon in the higher levels, Squirtle as example needs to be at level 28 to learn the Aqua Tail. It is Goldeen’s special move in the Gen IV games.
“Its slim and long limbs end in broad flippers. They are used for swimming gracefully in lakes”
Golduck is a Water-Type Pokemon that can evolve from Psyduck when it reaches level 33 or higher.
This Duck-like Pokemon is a lot more agile than Psyduck and one of the fastest swimmers in the Pokedex so far. It also has a pretty fn name in the French versions of the Pokemon games. There it is called: Akwakwak.