Flygon using Earth Power by SchAlternate

 


Earth Power

“The user makes the ground under the foe erupt with power. It may also lower the target’s Special Defense.“

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Earth Power is a Ground-Type attack move introduced in Generation IV.

The user causes a massive attack that comes directly at the target from below. The move has a 10% chance of lowering the target’s special Defense as well. Level 26 is when Flygon can learn Earth Power.


Flygon using Hone Claws by Altarior

Altarior from Denmark is one of the around 15 artists that were invited for our first Pokémon Art Collaboration. I saw her impressive take on Hoh-Oh in February 2016 and had a feeling she would like this project. She drew not less than nine of the Generation I Pokemon which made her one of the most active artists for our first Pokemon Collaboration. In 2017 she returned to the fun and took “only” Togetic, Gligar, Remoraid, Skarmony, and Stantler while she became one of our most active artists in the Gen III Tribute again with eight of the lovely 135 Pokemon drawn by her alone for it!

You are going to find a ton of awesome artworks in her gallery here at deviantART!


Hone Claws

“The user sharpens its claws to boost its Attack stat and accuracy.”

Hone Claws is a non-damaging Dark-Type attack move introduced in Generation V and is found as a TM Item01.

The user sharpens its attack power by raising both Attack and Accuracy for each usage of the move. If powered up by Darkinium Z the attack automatically raises up another stage. Flygon can be taught this move via TM.


#330 Flygon

“Flygon whips up a sandstorm by flapping its wings. The wings create a series of notes that sound like singing. Because the “singing” is the only thing that can be heard in a sandstorm, this Pokémon is said to be the desert spirit.”

Flygon is a Ground/Dragon-Type Pokemon introduced in Generation III. It is the final form of Trapinch which it evolves into from Vibrava at Level 45.

Flygon is one of the pinnacles of Pokemon evolution starting out as a tiny biting terror and becoming the fully realized form of the imperfect winged form it once was. Now fully capable of flying greater distances than it’s previous Vibrava form, the wings produce both sound and winds that become a sort of mythos in the desert regions. The winds it produces from its wings are powerful enough to produce sandstorms, and creates a sort of hum that is described as “singing” to observers. It’s mystique has earned it the nickname “The Desert Spirit.”

Although an active hunter, it is generally more friendly to travelers and other Pokemon. It even helps other desert Pokemon like Krookodile to hunt for food to which they share the spoils of the hunt. The sandstorms it creates Conceals both it and the Krookodile from prey. Though the sand from the sandstorms might bother some onlookers, the Flygon feels no effects as the red lens protecting its eyes shield them from the sand.

 

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