Hitmontop used Triple Kick by BrendanCorris

Brendan Corris is a part of Game-Art-HQ since the start in 2011 and still contributes to our art collaborations sometimes. This year with his take on Hitmontop using the Triple Kick as the first Pokemon in our Tribute..and in his usual pretty rad comic-style!

Check out his whole gallery on dA here!

Triple Kick

“A consecutive three-kick attack that becomes more powerful with each successive hit”

The Triple Kick is one of the fighting-type attacks that debuted in the Generation II games. It does not only deal damage, it is also a multi-strike move and hits the opponent up to three times with each kick being harder than the previous one.

Only Hitmontop and Pheromosa can learn the Triple Kick through levelling. 




Hitmontop used Agility by birdmir

Birdmir from the USA is a very active artist that always wanted to join one of the video game art collaborations on dA and finally got her chance with ourPokémon tribute. Metapod was the first submission by her in 2016 and she returned with three excellent takes on Aipom, Forretress and Hitmontop for our Gen II Pokemon Project in 2017.


You can see a lot of even more nice art in her gallery on dA here!



“The user relaxes and lightens its body to move faster. This sharply raises the Speed stat”

Agility does not deal any damage but will rise the Speed of your Pokemon by two stages! It debuted in the classic Pokemon games already.

Both Hitmonchan and Hitmontop are using the Agility move in our tribute so far. 

#237 Hitmontop

“It launches kicks while spinning. If it spins at high speed, it may bore its way into the ground”


Hitmontop is a Fighting Pokemon and one of the three separate Pokemon that Tyrogue can evolve into, achieving the evolution of Hitmontop by evolving with an attack and defence that is the same starting at level 20. Hitmontop is a Pokemon with a gender ratio of 100%.

Hitmontop can move faster by spinning on the point on top of its head as opposed to walking normally, this can sometimes cause the Pokemon to bore into the ground, like a drill! It can often be found in towns and cities.

In the Pokemon mini-movie ‘Pikachu & Pichu’ a Hitmontop appeared as a part of the Pichu brother’s posse, having fun with the other Pokemon and helping to hold up the falling tires that Houndour rammed into. Team Rocket member, Butch also was shown to own a Hitmontop.


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