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Magneton used Thunder Shock by Hozure

Hozure joined Game-Art-HQ when we had an Music and Art Collaboration with OverClockedRemix about the 15th Anniversary of the great Final Fantasy IX and Hozure submitted a beautiful take on Eiko and her Moogles. He joins Art Collaborations rarely, but when he does, you can expect outstanding stuff, just like his takes on Weezing, Magneton and finally Abra.

I recommend to have a look at his whole gallery on dA here!

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“A jolt of electricity crashes down on the target to inflict damage. This may also leave the target with paralysis”

The Thunder Shock is one of the Electric-Type moves that were introduced in the first Pokemon games already. It deals damage with a rating of 40 and a 100% accuracy and has also a small (10%) chance of inflicting the Paralyzed status on the enemy. It can not paralyze other Electric Type Pokemon though.

 

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Magneton used Lock-On by NotEnoughCoffee

Lukas from Switzerland joined Game-Art-HQ just a few months before we started our first Pokemon Tribute, but he was one of the first who joined it back in May. His submissions were Magneton as well as Omastar and the weird Porygon. Have a look at his whole gallery here and gift him a coffee!

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“The user takes sure aim at the target. This ensures the next attack does not miss the target”

Lock-On is one of the Normal-Type moves introduced in the Generation II Pokemon games. It does not deal any damage but is very useful to make sure the next move won’t miss the opponent. 

 

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“Formed by several Magnemites linked together. They frequently appear when sunspots flare up”

The Magneton is the first Pokemon in the Pokedex that is a combination of multiple Pokemon of the same type. It evolves from Magnemite when it reached level 30 or higher and is a Electric/Steel Type as well.  

While the Magneton is usually illustrated as a flying Pokemon, it does not have the Levitate ability actually, so it is still vulnerable to any Ground-type attacks.

 

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