Rayquaza using Dragon Claw by Kiriko-Windgeist

Kiriko-Windgeist is one of the German artists that participated in our Pokémon Tribute in 2016 and also returned when we announced the Generation II Project. She drew the male Nidoran as well as Ekans in 2016 and continued with the majestic Ho-Oh in 2017! In 2018 she was the first artist that joined our Generation III Tribute only 15 minutes after the project started officially. She drew Sceptile also on the 1st January and submitted it at around 2:30 PM. In return we created this gallery also as the first one for the new Project 🙂

Like myself she likes Wolves and animals in general and created a lot of art related to these beautiful beings which you can see here!

Dragon Claw

“Sharp, huge claws hook and slash the foe quickly and with great power”

The Dragon Claw move is a strong attack that deals physical damage and has no side-effects. it was introduced in the Pokémon Generation III games and one that can be learnt naturally by some Pokemon and through TM to others.

It is a Dragon type move with a power of 80 and accuracy of 100% and one that makes physical contact when hitting a Pokemon.


Rayquaza using Hyper Beam by AvanyuDesigns

Lynsey is a big Pokemon fan that joined our Generation I project as one of the last artists and drew a menacing Kingler for it. This year she returned with the strange Yanma  and Rayquaza as well. Sadly she deactiviated her accounts, I fear we won’t see any new artworks from her 🙁 




Hyper Beam

“An extremely powerful attack. The attacker becomes so tired, it has to rest the next turn”

Hyper Beam is the incredibly powerful TM15 attack. Another two-turn attack, the user attacks with an incredibly powerful beam and then rests on the second turn.

It is a normal type move with an incredible power of 150.

The small Sunkern, as well as the Bear sized Ursaring are both using the Hyper Beam in our Pokemon Tribute.




“Rayquaza is said to have lived for hundreds of millions of years in the earth’s ozone layer, above the clouds. Its existence had been completely unknown because it lived so high in the sky”


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