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Kadabra used Recover by ShadeofShinon

ShadeOfShinon joined Game-Art-HQ back in early 2013 when I asked her if I can feature her take on Noivern from Pokemon X/Y on the site, but Kadabra and Rapidash for our Pokemon Gen I Tribute were her first submissions for one of our art collaborations.

She has a ton of amazing stuff in her whole gallery which you can find here!

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“Half of the user’s maximum HP is restored. Few Pokémon learn this move on their own”

Recover is available since the first Pokemon games and a strong Cure-like move that regenerates up to 50% of the users HP when used. Kadabra is actually the first  Pokemon in the Pokedex that can learn this move.

 

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Kadabra used Shadow Ball by Kenisu-of-Dragons

Kenisu-of-Dragons from the United States came across our Pokemon Tribute in July 2016 and liked the idea to draw a Pokemon performing one of its moves. In the end he drew not only Kadabra and Rhydon but also picked Mewtwo’s 2nd spot quickly! You can see his whole gallery here.

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“The user hurls a shadowy blob at the target. This may also lower the target’s Sp. Def stat”

The Shadow Ball attack was introduced in the Generation II Pokemon games and is a Ghost-Type move that deals not only damage but also has a 20% chance of lowering the opponents Special Defense stats by one stage. Pokemon with the Bulletproof ability are unaffected though.

 

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“When it uses psychic power, all its brain cells work in unison to generate powerful alpha waves”

Kadabra is like a buffed up version of Abra and can use all those Psychic-type moves without sleeping for 18 hours a day. Its Psychic Power is even strong enough to cause malfunctions in machines or to cause some serious headaches. They are always wearing a silver spoon which amplifies its telekinetic power. 

 

Pokemon Gen I Art Collaboration Logo by SuperEdco

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