Lugia used Aeroblast by SchAlternate

Nicholas “Alternate” Schwarz from Peru is a Game-Art-HQ Member since 2015 already, but his take on Sandslash for our Gen I Tribute in summer 2016 was his first time he participated in one of our art collaborations. He was quickly on board again when we announced the Generation II Project and claimed the mighty Lugia!


He draws a lot of different stuff including video game fan art of his favourite games like Metroid (*5*!) You can see his gallery on dA here!



Lugia used Aeroblast by fireangel21

Fireangel21 aka Jessica from Colombia is one of the new artists that joined a Game-Art-HQ Art Collaboration in 2017. You can find a lot of love for her favourite games and tv shows there including even the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! I hope she returns with more Pokemon Art when we continue with Gen III next year!



“A vortex of air is shot at the target to inflict damage. Critical hits land more easily.”

Aeroblast is a Flying-Type move and is the signature move of Lugia. It has a huge power of 100 and a total PP of 5.

On top of that it has an increased critical hit ratio!

#249 Lugia

It is said to be the guardian of the seas. It is rumored to have been seen on the night of a storm.


Lugia is a legendary Psychic/Flying Pokemon and is the master of the trio of legendary birds; Zapdos, Moltres and Articuno. It is the mascot of Pokemon Silver, as well as its remake, Pokemon SoulSilver and appears in the title screen as well as being the main legendary the player can capture in the game.

In the game ‘Pokemon XD: Gale of Darkness’, the evil Cipher group create Shadow Pokemon, Pokemon that have had the doors to their hearts shut and Shadow Lugia was the biggest project they worked on, as well as appearing on the boxart of the game.

It played a major role in the movie ‘The Power of One’ in which Ash was chosen to help quell the fighting of the trio of legendary birds. Ash met Lugia who helped him reach the final island to gain access to Articuno’s treasure and allowed Ash to ride on his back at the end of the film.


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