Bagon used Rock Tomb 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 ūüôā¬†

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

Rock Tomb

“Boulders are hurled at the foe. It also lowers the foe’s Speed by preventing its movement”

The Rock Tomb is a damage dealing  Rock-Type attack that was introduced in the Generation Pokemon III games. It lowers the opponents Speed Stats by one stage. It had a power rating of 50 until the Gen VI games where it was upgraded to 60. 


Bagon used Headbutt by Yggdrassal

Yggdrassal from the United States is an active part of the Game-Art-HQ Community since around three years now and contributed a good couple of video game artworks that are about games that are rarely getting any attention now.

He participated with a Timesplitters 3 entry as an example and Rocket: Robots on Wheels as part of our Nintendo 64 Tribute this year. He joined the Pokémon Gen I Tribute with Dodrio in the first May week already and drew seven more of the little Gen I creatures. He also holds the record of the most submissions for our Gen II & III Pokemon tributes with not less than 11 submissions in Gen II and another 16! in our Gen III Tribute!

Besides the many artworks he did for our Pokemon Tributes you can see a lot more art of many different kinds on his gallery here!


“The user sticks out its head and attacks by charging straight into the target. It may also make the target flinch.”

Headbutt has been a Pokémon move since the beginning and has always been classified as Normal-type.  It has a base power of 70 and a base accuracy of 100%.  If the move gets executed, there is also a 30% chance of causing the opponent to flinch.

Breloom would’ve previously learned the move as a Shroomish by leveling up (originally 22, then 21 since Generation IV and 15 since Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire), but it can also re-learn it from the Move Reminder in exchange for a Heart Scale.



“Bagon harbors a never-ending dream of one day soaring high among the clouds. As if trying to dispel its frustration over its inability to fly, this Pok√©mon slams its hard head against huge rocks and¬†shatters them into pebbles.”



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