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Omanyte used Withdraw by Chari-Artist

Chari-Artist from Canada joined Game-Art-HQ with a great take on Aeralfos from the Legend of Zelda for our Link’s Blacklist in 2015 and participated with three submissions for the Pokémon Tribute with Beedrill being the first one, followed by Omanyte and Electrode.

You can see a lot more awesome video game fan art in the gallery on dA! 

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“Used mainly by Pokémon with shells. By withdrawing into the shell, Defense is increased”

Withdraw does not deal any damage but is a good tactic to rise your defense stats ny one stage.

 

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Omanyte used Tickle by Yggdrassal

Yggdrassal from the United States is an active part of the Game-Art-HQ Community since around two years and contributed a good couple of video game artworks that are about games that are rarely getting any attention now.

He participated with a Timesplitters 3 entry as example and Rocket: Robots on Wheels as part of our Nintendo 64 Tribute this year. He joined the Pokémon Tribute with Dodrio in the first May week already and drew seven more of the little Gen I creatures. I recommend to check out his gallery where you can see a lot more video game fan art including more Pokémon love as well. 

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“Makes the foe laugh to lower Attack and Defense”

One of my favourite moves. Tickle was introduced in Gen. III and does not deal any damage but it is super useful to lower the attack as well as the defense of the opponents. It is classified as a Normal-type move.

 

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“A prehistoric and long-extinct Pokémon that was resurrected from a fossil. Swims by twisting its 10 tentacles about”

The Omanyte is one of the dual.type Rock/Water Fossil Pokemon, if you found a Helix Fossil you can use it to create/resurrect the Omanyte. 

They are based on ammonites, I love these fossils.

 

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