#094 Gengar used Dream Eater and Shadow Punch!
Gengar used Dream Eater by imbisibol
Imbisibol from the Philippines is a part of the Game-Art-HQ family since we tributed the classic Mega Man and its 25th Anniversary back in December 2012. I did not know he cares about Pokemon, so it was a surprise to see him claiming Gengar and a bit later also Hitmonchan. I recommend to have a look at his whole gallery, especially if you like Mega Man!
“Steals HP from a sleeping victim.”
Dream Eater is a Psychic-Type Move and was introduced in Generation I. It was used as TM Move TM42 and then returned in Generation IV as TM Move TM85. Once the target is put to sleep, a Pokemon using the Dream Eater move can steal the target’s HP while dealing 50% damage. The move will never work if the target is fully awake. Also in Generation VI, the user cannot cast Dream-Eater if under the affects of Heal Block.
Gengar used Shadow Punch by Kosmotiel
Kosmotiel from Australia is a big Nintendo fan and a part of this community since years. Her contributions for our first Pokemon Art Tribute were the mighty Articuno and the fierce Gengar. Have a good look at her whole gallery at dA!
“An unavoidable punch that is thrown from shadows.”
Shadow Punch is a Ghost-Type Attack Move and was introduced in Generation III. It hits the opponent with 100% accuracy unless they are in a semi-invulnerable stage like Dig or Fly. Also as it is a Ghost-Type move; Normal-Type Pokemon are not effected by it.
“Under a full moon, this Pokémon likes to mimic the shadows of people and laugh at their fright”
Gengar is a Ghost/Poison-Type Pokemon. It evolves from Haunter when traded. It also is one of the few Pokemon that can Mega Evolve with Gengarite. In this form it is half submerged with a third eye growing from its forehead.
It is a sinister Pokemon that hides in the shadows and has the ability to turn all around it cold due to its presence. It also enjoys being mischievous as well as devious; playing tricks and inflicting curses on people. Despite taking pleasure from its victim’s fear; it will remain loyal to its trainer.