Loudred using Hyper Voice by Viral-Zone

Back in October 2017 I saw a wonderful take on Ramza Beoulve from Final Fantasy Tactics, one of my favourite Playstation games ever.

It was drawn by this skilled artist from the UK and reason enough to invite him to our group on dA. Diogo / Viral Zone liked the idea of our art collaborations and soon became an active part of the community including his contributions for this project with the trio of Latios, Treecko and Loudred

Please check out his whole here on deviantART here

Loudred using Hyper Voice by MeguBunnii

Angie Rose aka MeguBunnii joined Game-Art-HQ with the Pokemon Gen I Tribute and was fast to claim Clefairy and also Gloom as her two cute contributions to this project. She returned for Gen II where she delivered once again with Chikorita, Mareep, and Jumpluff! Her Generation III contributions are Loudred and Lileep!

Please have a look at her whole portfolio here!

Hyper Voice

“The user lets loose a horribly loud shout with the power to damage.”

Hyper Voice is a damaging Normal-Type move introduced in Generation II where the user screams forward devastating sound waves.  Powerful as it is, it has no secondary affects and is easily cancelled out by Pokemon with the Soundproof ability, but it can hit all adjacent opponents in double and triple battles.

Loudred can learn the move at level 57 (65 since Generation V and 45 since Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire).


#294 – Loudred

“It positions the round speakers on its head to assail foes with ultrasonic waves at massive volume. It builds power by stomping the ground.”

Loudred is a Normal-type Pokémon that evolves from Whismur starting at level 20 and then into Exploud at level 40.  They dwell in caves like the rest of its evolution line, though are much louder and easier to track down.

The Loudred species are very rash noise-makers, using its feet to stop on the floor and well-developed stomach muscles to bellow from the depths of its lungs, with its ears also being used as loudspeakers.  At maximum power, these ultrasonic waves can not only damage their opponents but can also demolish wood-frame buildings and knock down incoming trucks.  The waves can even affect itself, as it won’t be able to hear anything for some time after their use.

There was a semi-recurring wild Loudred in the animé that lived on Dewford Island, where Ash trained for his second Hoenn Gym Badge.  It took pride on its sleep and was often seen taking naps, only for it to get rude awakenings from any passing trainers or Pokémon and ultimately go on a rampage.  Team Rocket was extremely unlucky – they provoked it twice, and were sent “blasting off” twice!



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