Illumise using Covet by freqrexy

Bev Wooff / Freqrexy from the United Kingdom creates art for 13 years already and joined our Pokemon Tribute as one of the first artists in May already. In the end, she contributed not less than eight of the 151 Pokemon for it in 2016 and returned with four Pokemon in our Gen II Tribute and another stunning 16! of the 135 Gen III Pokemon, making her the direct “rival” of Yggdrassal, the only other artists in our community who ever contributed 16 Pokemon for one of the Generation tributes!

She is also one of the GA-HQ Patreon Supporters and helps me to create the galleries by writing the descriptions of many of the Pokemon and the illustrated moves and abilities 🙂 

You can see a lot of drawn art but also crafted items and even cosplay in her gallery here!


“The user endearingly approaches the target, then steals the target’s held item.”

Covet is a Normal-type move that was first introduced in Generation III with a base power of 60 and a brilliant accuracy of 100%. If the foe is not holding an item then the attack will still cause damage regardless.

When a Pokemon uses Covet in a contest the judges will see it as a cute move with an appeal of 1 heart. Illumise learns Covet at level 37 so quite late on.

Illumise using Wish by cubehero

Cubehero from Germany is a Game-Art-HQ contributor since 2014 but submitted mostly fighting game related video game fan art including this Dizzy from Guilty Gear art that won our July 2016 Art Challenge. That he would join our  Pokémon Generation I tribute with Weedle was a total surprise! He joined our Pokemon II Tribute with the three illustrations of Chinchou, Politoed, and Togepi as well as Illumise in 2018 from Generation III.

He drew over a hundred video game fan arts here!



“One turn after this move is used, the target’s HP is restored by half the user’s max HP.”

Wish is a Normal-type move originally introduced in Generation III and it can’t even be blocked by Protect.

Only a few Pokemon can learn this move and there is no TM for it available. If used in a Pokemon contest then it is seen as a ‘cute’ move and can get an appeal rating of three. Illumise learns this move at level 22.

#314 Illumise

“With its sweet aroma, it guides Volbeat to draw signs with light in the night sky.”

Illumise is a pure Bug-type Pokémon and is the counterpart of Volbeat, being 100% female while Volbeat is 100% male. It is known as the firefly Pokemon as can be seen by the firefly-like appearance especially its glowing tail. Illumise eggs can contain both Illumise and Volbeat.

It’s a nocturnal Pokemon that can be found in forests and scientists have been known to study the patterns it creates in the sky with Volbeat, over 200 different patterns have been discovered. Its name is derived from the word illuminate which is what a firefly does with its glowing tail.

An Illumise appeared in the Pokemon anime under the ownership of a trainer called Juliet. She performed a show with five Volbeat that were owned by another trainer called Romeo. An Illumise could also be seen in Pokemon Generations running away from a storm that was created by Primal Kyogre.



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