Beautifly using Morning Sun by 3Paula3

Paula is a student from Spain that joined our community in summer 2016 and the Butterfree for the Pokémon Gen I Tribute was the first GA-HQ Art collaboration for her. I believe she draws some very cute stuff which can be seen in her dA gallery here. I am glad that she returned for our Generation II and III Pokemon Projects as well.


Morning Sun

“Allows HP to be restored by the morning sunlight. In battle, half the user’s max HP is restored.”

Introduced in Generation II as the signature move of Espeon, Morning Sun is a Normal-Type non-damaging move that allows the user’s Pokemon to heal in accordance with the time of day.

While during the day and under certain conditions 1/2 the user’s HP is restored; twice that amount can be restored in the hours of the morning.

The Morning Sun was used by currently four Pokemon in our Project but Ponyta from Gen I was the first one. Beautifly can learn Morning Sun at level 20 (17 from Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire onward).



 Beautifly using Silver Wind by SkullKidRoss

Ross Jones previously known as the TheExileKing and HerbivoreRoss but now known as SkullKidRoss 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!  He returned in 2018 again with Trapinch, Whismur, and Beautifly for our Project     


Check out his whole gallery here!

Silver Wind

“The target is attacked with powdery scales blown by the wind. This may also raise all the user’s stats.”

Silver Wind is a damage-dealing Bug-type move that was firstly introduced in Hoenn. It has a 10% chance of raising all of the user’s stats by one stage when used in battle.

If used in any contest, this move is seen as very beautiful. Level 34 (25 since ORAS) is when Beautifly can learn Silver Wind.

#267 Beautifly

“Its colorfully patterned wings are its most prominent feature. It flies through flower-covered fields collecting pollen. It attacks ferociously when angered.”

Beautifly is a dual bug/flying type Pokémon and one of two final forms for Wurmple, evolving at level 10 from Silcoon.  Like most bugs, they are expected to be seen in forests.

Usually, they are seen flying in flower fields collecting pollen with its long needle-like mouth.  Should anything disturb it, it will become very aggressive and jab with said mouth towards its target.  Said hostility can also apply to its prey as it opts to leech fluid out of its opponent’s body.  In order to spot their vibrant wings up-close and safely, it’s best to leave a potted flower near an open window, where it would ride the winds there in pursuit of pollen.

In the animé, May’s Wurmple evolved into Beautifly and maintained its calm behavior as seen in its previous evolution.  It often liked sitting on top of May’s head and would eventually do so to close friends.  It helped May win her first Pokémon Contest ribbon and played a key role in the first round of the Hoenn Grand Festival.


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