Jolteon used Thunderbolt by AuroraLion

Aurora from the USA joined our Pokémon as one of the first artists who did not participate in any other Game-Art-HQ Art Colaborations before. She submitted her take on Jolteon in the 2nd May week already and continued with Flareon and Nidoran in the following months.

If you are a Transformers fan, her gallery on dA is a must-see, you can visit her works here!


“An Electric-type attack. Has a one-in-ten chance of paralyzing the target”

Thunderbolt is also a damage-dealing Electric-type move which could be used by many non-electric-type Pokémon as well. It has a 10% chance of paralyzing the opponent. It the Gen II-V Games it was able to paralyze even electric-type Pokémon but this was changed in Gen VI.

Over 100 Pokémon can learn this move so far. Ash, the main protagonist from the Pokémon Anime series mentioned once that the Thunderbolt is his favourite move.


Jolteon used Discharge by NekoAmine

NekoAmine from France draws a ton of cute stuff and joined GA-HQ to particippate in the Pokemon Tribute with Jolteon.



“A flare of electricity is loosed to strike all Pokémon in battle. It may also cause paralysis.”

Discharge is an Electric-type Move introduced in Generation IV. With low PP but high power, it takes some strategy for a player to use it. It is mostly used to allow the player a 30% chance of paralyzing the opponent in the process of damaging it. It is also an all-encompassing move; damaging all Pokemon except those in Double and Triple Team Battles.



“When angered or frightened, the hairs on Jolteon’s body become like needles that are fired at its opponents. It absorbs charged atoms and can produce 10,000 volts of electricity. “

Jolteon is one of eight different evolutions Eevee can transform into. Eevee becomes Jolteon when exposed to a Thunder Stone. It was one of the three main evolutions of Eevee from Generation I; joined by Flareon and Vaporeon.

The fur on its body acts like quills, which can fire off at its opponents. Since it is an Electric Type Pokemon, it takes advantage of its electric abilities by charging the absorbed atoms in its body to release devastating Electric attacks. It is also considerably one of the fastest of Eevee’s evolutions with very high speed stats.

It’s first noteworthy appearance in the anime was in the episode ‘The Battling Eevee Brothers’, under the ownership of the brother Sparky. In fact, typing in Sparky for the name of an unevolved Eevee in ‘Pokemon Go’ will ensure that it will evolve into Jolteon in its next evolutionary stage.


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