Hoppip used Cotton Spore by AClockworkKitten

Pusa from the United States joined our Pokemon Tribute I in summer 2016 relative late but drew not less than three beautiful illustrations for it. Starting with Goldeen, Diglett and finally a super cool Exeggcute one. In 2017 she joined the Gen II Tribute quickly and took the slots of Hoppip, Bellossom and Yanma.


I recommend to visit her whole gallery to see many more cute artworks 🙂



Cotton Spore

“The user releases cotton-like spores that cling to the target, harshly reducing its Speed stat.”

Cotton Spore is a Grass-type move originally introduced in Generation II with an accuracy of 100%. It is a non-damaging Pokemon move that reduces the opponent’s speed.

Using Cotton Spore in a Pokemon contest will result in the judges deeming it as a beautiful move. Hoppip and Jumpluff are the only Pokemon using the Cotton Spore in our Tribute so far!

Hoppip used Fairy Wind by MTSugarr

MTSugar joined GA-HQ with her special take on Shellder, just to claim a very attracting Exeggcute as well in 2016. In 2017 she returned with even more Pokemon in the form of super cute takes on Hoppip, Swinub and Pupitar.

If you like cute stuff, check out her whole gallery here!


Fairy Wind

“The user stirs up a fairy wind and strikes the target with it.”

Fairy Wind was a new move introduced in Generation 6 when Fairy Pokemon were first revealed. It is a Fairy type move with a small power of only 40.

Despite the little amount of power this attack inflicts, the accuracy of Fairy Wind is that of 100% so can be a useful move for a Pokemon to have, especially a Fairy type.


“Its body is so light, it must grip the ground firmly with its feet to keep from being blown away.”


Hoppip is a small and very light Pokemon that has leaves on its head that resembles that of a Dandelion. It is a dual Grass-Flying type Pokemon and is often carried away on strong breezes due to it’s small weight!

It often lives in grasslands but sometimes can unfortunately blow away and end up in mountains or even cities! To try and avoid this from happening, groups of Hoppip will often link their leaves together to stop themselves from being separated and blowing too far away from each other.

Mariah, a trainer in the Pokemon anime owned a group of Hoppip that she used to help her predict the weather, one of Hoppip’s abilities which includes predicting strong winds in order to stop blowing away. A trainer named Gina in the Gold and Silver games also battles the player with a Hoppip.


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