Shuppet using Shadow Sneak by brzozod526

Devin Brzozowski-Greenwood from Canada is one of the artists that joined our Pokemon Tribute & Game-Art-HQ in 2018 and started with Gen III! And he started with not less than five of the lovely Pokemon, more than any other new people on board last year! 

Have a good look at his whole gallery here!

Shadow Sneak

“The user extends its shadow and attacks the target from behind. This move always goes first”

The Shadow Sneak is a Ghost-Type and damage dealing move that was introduced in the Generation IV Pokemon games. It has the advantage of a Priority +1 which means it will always be the first used move in a round. 

Shuppet using Astonish by MudSaw

MudSaw from the United States participated in art collaborations before and eventually joined our Pokemon Gen I Tribute with Electrode, Tentacruel, and Grimer in our first part of the big Pokemon Project here. He returned in all of our Generation based art collaborations so far including the work in progress Gen IV one as well 🙂 

Have a look at his complete portfolio here!


“The user attacks the target while shouting in a startling fashion. It may also make the target flinch”

Astonish has been introduced in Generation III, just like Swablu, the first Pokemon in our series of Pokemon Tributes that is using it. Astonish is a Ghost-type move that has a 30% of causing Flinch to the opponent beside dealing damage.

Back in the Gen III games, it also did the double amount of damage if the enemy used Minimize before!



“Shuppet is attracted by feelings of jealousy and vindictiveness. If someone develops strong feelings of vengeance, this Pokémon will appear in a swarm and line up beneath the eaves of that person’s home”

Shuppet, known as the “Puppet Pokemon”, is a Ghost Pokemon that debuted in Ruby and Sapphire. It can evolve into Banette once it reaches level 37. While it’s design may look similar to the popular “bedsheet ghost”, it is actually based on the Japanese Teru bōzu dolls. It is a mostly nocturnal pokemon that feeds on negative emotions using the horn on it’s head, with an exceptional liking for feelings of envy or vengeance.

Gaining such notoriety for it that it inspired the proverb “Shun the house where Shuppet gather in the growing dusk.”. It is weakened by sunlight, so during the day it withdraws to it’s nest to feast on the emotions it has scavenged throughout the night. It can be seen as a parallel to Duskull, a fellow Ghost-type Pokemon also introduced in Generation III, which has the same base stat total and also evolves at level 37.


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