#096 Drowzee used Disable!!
Karolina Twardosz from Poland joined the Pokemon Tribute after I invited her personally to this project, I think back in April or May. What she didn’t know was that she and a specific fan art she drew in February 2016 to tribute the Pokemon Anniversary was one of the reasons why we started our first Pokemon Art Collaboration!
She did a wonderful little piece with the three starters Bulbasaur, Charmander and Squirtle in front of the Games and a Nintendo 3DS. Her dedication to this piece made us think that we should do something for the Pokemon Fan Community as well.
Twarda drew five of the Pokemon including MissingNo and I am sure we will see more from her in the Gen II Tribute next year. I recommend to visit her whole gallery on deviantART here!
Artkitt-Creations aka Tihana from the UK is a big fan of the Pokemon games since years and drew many of them before we started this project. Drowzee was her contribution for the Gen. I Tribute and I look forward to see her returning when we continue with Gen II in March as well!
Have a good look at her gallery on dA here!
“A move that disables one of the target’s moves. That move can’t be used until it wears off.”
A Normal-Type non-damaging move introduced in Generation I; Disable is a move that selects from one of four of the opponents moves and temporarily disables it. The selected move cannot be used until Disable wears off. If the opponent attempts to use the disabled move, it will fail and a turn is wasted.
This could greatly turn the tides of battle depending on the amount of PP or usefulness of the move.
“If you sleep by it all the time, it will sometimes show you dreams it has eaten in the past”
Modeled after the mythical Japanese creature Baku; Drowzee is a Psychic-Type Pokemon. It evolves into Hypno starting at Level 26.
Like the mythical Baku, it eats the dreams of people. When it puts a person to sleep, it can look into their dreams and select which ones appear the most tasty to it. The tastiest dreams are the more fun dreams; from which it prefers the dreams of children. It can actually get sick from eating bad dreams; hence why it rarely eats the dreams of adults. It remembers every dream its eaten; and may even be courteous enough to show them to passers-by.