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Electabuzz used Thunder Punch by Sandstormer

 Daysia aka Sandstormer from the USA is a big Pokemon fan that draws the creatures often anyway, and I think her contributions to our Project in the form of Electabuzz, Clefable and Venonat were nothing special for her, but she tried out some ideas to draw with more perspective and I think that worked out great!

I recommend to see her whole gallery at dA where you can see many more Pokemon illustrations and also original characters by her.

“An electric punch. It may paralyze.”

Electric Punch is an Electric Type move introduced in Generation I, and then reintroduced as TM Move TM41 in Generation II.

The user throws an electrically charged punch that does decent damage and has a 10% chance of paralyzing the target. Though it used to work in Generations II through V; the paralysis aspect of the move will not work on Electric-Type Pokemon.

 

Electabuzz used Thunder by metalzoa17

Paris Jenkins from the USA draws great video game fan art since years already and joined our Pokemon Gen I Tribute in May already with Onix using Bind and a bit later Golem with the unique Explosion move. His third and last entry was Electabuzz using Thunder.

Have a look at her whole gallery on dA here!

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Thunder is an incredibly powerful electric move from Generation I and is the strongest electric attack of all time with an attacking power of 110. A huge thunderbolt is dropped onto the target with a 10% chance of also paralyzing them, although it cannot paralyse electric Pokemon. 

 

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“Normally found near power plants, they can wander away and cause major blackouts in cities”

Electabuzz is an Electric-Type Pokemon that has undergone quite a bit of changes throughout the Generations. It evolves from Elekid at Level 30 and can evolve into an Electivire when traded holding an Electirizer. 

For such a strange looking cat-like humanoid Pokemon it certainly seems to get around. Particularly near power plants; as if the workers there don’t have Voltorbs to worry about enough already. (Now they got this guy.) Like Voltorbs and Electodes; Electabuzzes can cause blackouts due to the damage they do feeding off of electricity. It’s menacing look and the fact it can harness electricity also makes it a Pokemon to approach with great caution.

 

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