Tentacool used Bubble Beam by WilliamJPierce

William Pierce from the USA joined Game-Art-HQ this year and the Tentacool became his first submission to one of our projects. Since he is a big Legend of Zelda fan and drew enemies for a LoZ Project before, I think it will be just a matter of time before we see his art as a part of our Link’s Blacklist Collaboration!

Have a look at his whole gallery here!


“A Water-type attack. Stronger than Bubble. Many Water-type Pokémon learn this move”

Bubble Beam is one of the oldest Water-Type moves and does not only deal damage with a power rating of 65 and a 100% accuracy stat but has also a 33,2% chance of slowing down the opponent.




Tentacool used Wrap 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!


“Traps and squeezes the target over two to five turns. The target cannot move while under attack”

Wrap is a normal-type move and was introduced in the Gen I Pokemon games already. It deals only a small damage in a round but the thing is..if the opponent is wrapped it won’t be able to move for up to five rounds, and each round the damage is dealt as well, making it a very powerful move if the enemy does not have abilities like Run Away enabled. 




“Fires beams of light from its clear eyes. Floats around in shallow waters and may sting unwary anglers”

Tentacool is a dual-type Water/Poison Pokémon that is likely based on the real world jellyfishes but it can absorb sunlight and can change it into beam energy actually, making it a formidable foe for many other Pokemon. 


Pokemon Gen I Art Collaboration Logo by SuperEdco

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