The Pokémon attacks are varied and of different powers and effects, although some like this shared between ash and Pikachu in the anime are absolutely devastating; others, on the other hand, they are terribly disappointing like the Magikarp Splash. But there are movements like Self destruction that they were not as they are now, because initially they had imagined in a different way.
As the wise tell us @DrLavaYT on Twitter
When you actually SEE a Pokemon Self-Destruct, you can't help but wonder… how could they possibly recover from that?
This Ken Sugimori artwork was featured on the Japan-exclusive Carddass card set, circa 1997. pic.twitter.com/uLJe2kffEW
– Dr. Lava's Lost Pokemon (@DrLavaYT) January 12, 2020
This attack is one of the most powerful Pokémon, although it causes them to weaken instantly after using them, being a somewhat kamikaze attack and even heartless. But it is clear that the initial idea of having Smiling and happy Pokémon in perpetrating this movement it was something too cruel and sadistic to keep it in time, don't you think?
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