Porygon used Tri Attack by LuckyNumber113

Nitwit! Blubber! Oddment! Tweak! – are the first words to describe LuckyNumber113 aka Kimberly from the USA who created two special submissions for the Game-Art-HQ Pokémon Tribute with her takes on Porygon which was drawn with pencils and her super unusual submission of Oddish in form of a model.

Her gallery contains a lot more fun stuff, I recommend to visit it here!


“The user strikes with a simultaneous three-beam attack. May also burn, freeze, or leave the target with paralysis”

The Tri-Attack is classified as a Normal-Type attack and is available since the first Pokemon games. While it dealt only raw damage to the opponent in the Gen I games it was buffed with elemental status changes in Gen II till today. There is a 20% chance that it will inflict Paralyze, Burn or Freeze on the opponent.



Porygon used Conversion 2 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!


 “The user changes its type to make itself resistant to the type of the attack the opponent used last”

Conversion 2 was introduced in the Gen II. Pokemon games and is a non-damaging Normal-type move.

It will change the type of the user to make it more resistant against elemental weaknesses and can be a great help in battle.




“A Pokémon that consists entirely of programming code. Capable of moving freely in cyberspace”

While the Porygon is classified as a normal-type Pokemon it is everything but normal. This Pokemon is totally created through code and does not need to breathe or even eat, it can use some pretty unusual attack however and can be one of the funniest experiences in the classic Pokemon games!


Pokemon Gen I Art Collaboration Logo by SuperEdco

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