#017 Pidgeotto used Feather Dance and Aerial Ace!
Pidgeotto used Feather Dance by Altarior
Altarior is one of the around 15 artists that were invited for our first Pokémon Art Collaboration. I saw her impressive take on Hoh-Oh in February 2016 and thought that someone who draws the Pokémon with such a dedication would sure like the idea of a project that celebrates the 20th Anniversary of the first Pokémon games and also adds a new twist with the focus on illustrating the many different abilities of the first 151 Pokémon.
I am sure she will be back for Gen II in 2017 🙂
“The user covers the foe with a mass of down that sharply lowers the Attack stat”
Feather Dance is a Flying-Type move that was introduced in the Gen III Pokemon Games and is a great method to lower the opponent’s attack stats by two stages. It was the signature move of Pidgey and its two evolutions in the Gen III games.
Pidgeotto used Aerial Ace by AncientDragoness
Ancient Dragoness was one of the first artists that joined our Pokémon Tribute when we were announcing it on the 29th April 2016.
She made sure to get one of the two spots for one of the most popular Pokémon of all time with Charizard and submitted her take on the heavy Dragon Claw move only 5 days later already. She joined the Project again with two more submissions to it later and I am sure we did not see the last from her on GA-HQ! Her name is programme and you can expect to see a lot Dragon related art in her portfolio on dA here!
“An extremely fast attack against one target. It can’t be evaded”
Aerial Ace is another one of the Flying-Type moves that were introduced in the Gen III Pokemon games. It is damage dealing and bypasses accuracy checks. It can hit all opponents in Tripple Battles since Gen V.
“Very protective of its sprawling territorial area, this Pokémon will fiercely peck at any intruder”
Pidgeotto is a dual-type Normal/Flying Pokémon that evolved from Pidgey.
It is very fast and a deadly raptor that hunts other Pokemon like the Caterpie and Magikarp.