Sharpedo using Scary Face by Chari-Artist

Kay, aka Chari-Artist is a cool artist from Canada who joined the Game-Art-HQ community back in 2014 already and became an important part of our big Legend of Zelda Art Collaboration, the Link’s Blacklist. In 2016 he joined our first Pokemon Tribute and continued to participate in the Generation based projects every year. He just claimed some of the Pokemon for our upcoming Gen IV Tribute already :- ) 

Have a good look at his whole gallery here!

Scary Face

“The user frightens the target with a scary face to harshly lower its Speed stat.”

Scary Face is a normal type move in which the user makes a scary face at its opponent in order to intimidate them, which reduces their speed stat by 2.

This is a move that cannot be taught though TM and one that can only be learnt naturally by specific Pokemon or by breeding it as an egg move onto certain ones. In the generation V games both Scary Face and Glare had identical appearances. The accuracy of this move was changed to 100% from generation V onward. Sharpedo learns Scary Face at level 29.

Sharpedo using Bite by 13alrog

13alrog joined GA-HQ last year and our Pokémon Gen I Tribute was the main reason I guess. But later he also participated in our July 2016 Art Challenge with a take on Vega (Balrog in Japan btw.) in his design from Street Fighter V. The theme of this challenge was to draw video games that were released in 2016.

He drew not less than twelve Pokemon for our three Collaborations so far!

I recommend visiting his gallery on dA as well which you can find here!



“The target is bitten with viciously sharp fangs. This may also make the target flinch”

Bite started as a simple Normal-type attack in Generation I but was changed to a Dark-Type Attack since Generation II. It has a 10% chance to set the opponent into the Flinch status in Gen I, from Gen II on till today the chance to Flinch the opponent was increased to 30%!

Sharpedo can learn Bite as early as level 1.



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