Pokemon Tattoos are a great way to show your love for the cartoon that helped you grow up. They’re also an excellent way to express your personality and style.
Gyrados Forearm Tattoo
This forearm tattoo of Gyrados is an incredible tribute to this mesmerizing dragon-like Pokémon. It features a tribal pattern that fits it well.
Charmander is a Fire-type Pokemon and one of the three original starters the player can choose in the first game. It is based on the real-world salamander and has an orange body with a cream-colored belly marking.
The end of Charmander’s tail is alight with a flame, the size of which reflects the Pokemon’s physical health and emotions. If the love goes out, this Pokemon dies. Initially, the Pokemon’s artwork and game sprites depicted it with spikes along its back, but these were later removed to make the creature look less intimidating. It also has a set of sharp baby teeth and claws on its feet but not its hands.
The adorable little mouse Pokemon, Pikachu, is the most recognizable character in the entire franchise. It is known for its small size, electric-charged cheeks, and tail shaped like a lightning bolt.
It can also transform into its evolved form, Raichu, at the touch of a Thunder Stone. The cute Pokemon is a popular choice for Tattoos because it represents the power of friendship. It is Ash’s partner throughout the show, and is always by his side, regardless of the situation. This level of loyalty is what every fan hopes for in their friends. This is why many people want to get a Pikachu tattoo.
Haunter gets overshadowed by its older sibling, Gengar, but it’s still a decent option for Ghost-types. It has a good Speed tier that puts it ahead of significant threats like Lilligant, Rotom, and Mesprit, and its base 115 Special Attack is suitable for grinding through teams.
It can also use its great STAB combination to hammer Pokemon that other Ghost-types have trouble with, such as Mega Audino and Pyroar. Additionally, it has a unique ability to immobilize Pokemon by licking them, which can cause shaking that won’t stop until the victim dies. Haunter is the only Pokemon to use this move in the core series.
A reimagining of the iconic Pokemon in an 8-bit style. This tattoo is great for those who want to show off their love for the classic game.
Its fine fur feels sublime to the touch. It can expand its body by inhaling air; its voice soothes others to sleep. Wigglytuff is a Fairy and Normal-type dual-type Pokemon that evolves from Jigglypuff with a Moon Stone. Its ability to put enemies to sleep with Sing and deal damage with Dazzling Gleam makes it a solid support powerhouse.
The fighting-type Pokemon Hitmonchan is a force to be reckoned with in battle. It fires lightning-fast punches and has the strength to leave imprints on walls made of solid material. It also follows a code of honor and sportsmanship in the dojo, so it never strikes below the belt.
This tan Pokemon has five blunt protrusions on its head and structures that resemble pads over its shoulders. It wears a light purple tunic and kilt with red boxing gloves, giving it the appearance of a human-like fighter. Hitmonchan can fit in on teams that need a strong wall breaker or a spinner to take down threatening Pokemon, such as Omastar, Lycanroc, and Simisear. It has excellent synergy with physically defensive Pokemon like Mudsdale and Regirock, as it can softly check special attackers while taking advantage of their Stealth Rock setter abilities.
One of the most popular Pokemon, Bulbasaur, is a Grass-type Pokémon with a large bulb on its back. This bulb absorbs sunlight and stores energy, which allows it to grow.
It also has a unique way of breathing through its nose. This makes it a popular choice for children who want to look like a Pokemon. In the anime, Ash Ketchum’s Bulbasaur is always with him and has been a favorite since its first appearance. It was even featured in the Pokemon Base Set TCG expansion and has its plush and card.
Atsuko Nishida created Bulbasaur and first appeared in the original Game Boy games, Pokemon Red and Green (Pokemon Red and Blue outside Japan). It is the first in the franchise’s monster index, called a Pokedex.