Jumpluff used Poison Powder by HerbivoreRoss

Ross Jones previously known  as  the TheExileKing is one of the many artists that participated for the first time in a Game-Art-HQ Collaboration Project when he heard about our Pokemon Tribute back in summer 2016.

I liked his style to draw them with traditional tools like Pencils and the sketchy look makes his three takes on Golbat, Parasect and Koffing quite unique among the 300 illustrations in our first part of the big Pokemon Tribute we have ongoing here. He continued his excellent work with Jumpluff, Chinchou and Spinarak in 2017!      

Check out his whole gallery here!


Poison Powder 

“A technique that poisons the target. If poisoned, the victim loses HP steadily”

The Poison Powder move deals no damage directly but has a 75% chance of poisoning the opponent which will result in a steadily loss of HP until the effect dissapears.

It is ineffective against Poison-type and Steel-type Pokemon though and is also obsolete if the opponent is guarded through Immune as its ability. Poison Powder is relative popular in our Pokemon Tribute so far with four Pokemon from Gen I & II using it!


Jumpluff used Cotton Spore by MeguBunnii

Angie Rose aka MeguBunnii joined Game-Art-HQ with the Pokemon Gen I Tribute and was fast to claim Clefairy and also Gloom as her two cute contributions to this project. She returned for Gen II where she delivered once again with Chikorita, Mareep and Jumpluff!



Please have a look at her whole portfolio here!

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!


“Blown by seasonal winds, it circles the globe, scattering cotton spores as it goes.”


Jumpluff produces cotton spores from the puffballs that is uses to control its flight in the air and can even navigate through hurricanes. If it wants to, it can travel all across the globe using its cotton spores.

Jumpluff’s design resembles the final stage of a dandelion, one that has the puffs and spores while its previous forms, Hoppip and Skiploom represent the leaves and the flower respectively.

Jumpluff appeared in the Pokemon anime seen in Professor Oak’s lab. They were feuding with a number of other Pokemon there and Bulbasaur had to be put in charge and keep the Pokemon in line. Officer Jenny also used a Jumpluff to help dust for prints while on a case in a later episode.


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