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General Gen 6 New Moves

Discussion in 'Information Pages' started by Demelza, Jun 12, 2013.

  1. Demelza

    Demelza Eevee Tamer
    Staff Member Moderator

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    On this page we'll detail all of the new moves being introduced in Pokémon X and Y as they're revealed.

    Boomburst

    Type: Normal
    Category: Special
    Base Power: 140
    Accuracy: 100%
    Effect In Battle: Causes damage to all Pokémon in battle, including allies.
    Pokémon Who Learn This Move: Noivern

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    Fairy Wind

    Type: Fairy
    Category: Special
    Base Power:40
    Accuracy: 100%
    Effect In Battle: The move deals damage to the opponent.
    Pokémon That Learn This Move: Flabébé

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    Moonblast

    Type: Fairy
    Category: Special
    Base Power: 95
    Accuracy: 100%
    Effect In Battle: The move deals damage to the target and also has a chance of lowering their Attack stat.
    Pokémon That Learn This Move: Sylveon

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    Parting Shot

    Type: Dark
    Category: Status
    Base Power: --
    Accuracy: 100%
    Effect In Battle: The move will lower the targets Attack and Sp. Attack stat and then allows the user to switch out for another Pokémon.
    Pokémon That Learn This Move: Pancham

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    Parabolic Charge

    Type: Electric
    Category: Special
    Base Power: 50
    Accuracy: 100%
    Effect In Battle: The move damages all Pokémon in battle including allies and allows the user to regain 50% of the damage dealt as HP.
    Pokémon That Learn This Move: Helioptile

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    Draining Kiss

    Type: Fairy
    Category: Special
    Base Power: 50
    Accuracy: 100%
    Effect In Battle: The move deals damage to the target and restores some of the user's HP.
    Pokémon That Learn This Move: Swirlix

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    Topsy-Turvy

    Type: Dark
    Category: Status
    Base Power: --
    Accuracy: 100%
    Effect In Battle: The move will invert all stat changes applied to the target.
    Pokémon That Learn This Move: Inkay

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    Noble Roar

    Type: Normal
    Category: Status
    Base Power: --
    Accuracy: 100%
    Effect In Battle: Lowers the target's Attack and Sp. Atk stats.
    Pokémon Who Learn This Move: Litleo

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    Nuzzle

    Type: Electric
    Category: Physical
    Base Power: 20
    Accuracy: 100%
    Effect In Battle: Nuzzle deals damage and paralyzes the opponent.
    Pokémon That Learn This Move: Dedenne

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    Baby-Doll Eyes

    Type: Fairy
    Category: Status
    Base Power: --
    Accuracy: 100%
    Effect In Battle: An increased-priority move that may lower the target's attack stat.
    Pokémon That Learn This Move: Furfrou

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    Freeze-Dry

    Type: Ice
    Category: Special
    Base Power: 70
    Accuracy: 100%
    Effect In Battle: The attack has a high chance of freezing the opponent. Unlike any other known Ice move, it is said to be Super-Effective against Water Pokémon
    Pokémon That Learn This Move:
    Aurorus

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    Geomancy

    Type: Fairy
    Category: Status
    Base Power: --
    Accuracy: --
    Effect In Battle: The move deals damage to the opponent.
    Pokémon That Learn This Move: Xerneas

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    Oblivion Wing

    Type: Dark
    Category: Special
    Base Power: 80
    Accuracy: 100%
    Effect In Battle: The move deals damage to the opponent. Possibly a two-turn move?
    Pokémon That Learn This Move: Yveltal

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    Power-Up Punch

    Type: Fighting
    Category: Physical
    Base Power: 40
    Accuracy: 100%
    Effect In Battle: The move deals damage to the opponent and raises the user's Attack stat with each use.
    Pokémon That Learn This Move: Kangaskhan (Mega Kangaskhan)

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    #1 Demelza, Jun 12, 2013
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  2. Some of these moves may significantly impact the competitive Pokemon metagame. I wonder how the said metagame will look like in a few months.
     
  3. StellarWind Elsydeon

    StellarWind Elsydeon Armblades Ascendant
    Staff Member Administrator

    It's pretty much guaranteed that they will. As if Fairy-types and Mega Evos weren't change enough. XD

    The Metagame will adapt and survive, though. (Like the culture of bacteria it is.)
     
  4. There's already too much in this generation that alters everything so significantly. It's just too much change for some people to take.

    (Wish I didn't have a terrible life so I can just play the game normally and have to worry about Smogon and those people.)
     
  5. StellarWind Elsydeon

    StellarWind Elsydeon Armblades Ascendant
    Staff Member Administrator

    Smogon are a sad joke.

    There's always people who will rage-quit at the first sign of change. I hear that a rather sizable chunk of the fan-base feels that the metagame has gone stale and that a good shakeup will do it a world of good. Frankly, I'm inclined to agree (Although I don't give half a shit about the metagame to begin with). xD
     
  6. Teapot

    Teapot Virtual Duck Enthusiast
    Staff Member Administrator

    Well, the metagame is going to be completely new this generation. Just like it was for the last two generations. And this is good! Not many games get their competitive side rebooted every few years, and it helps stop the situation where there ends up being a small handful of Pokémon that dominate the competitive scene and it's rare to see anything else.

    In this case, it's quite clear that plenty of the changes Game Freak have made is to help more and more Pokémon be viable for serious play - not just competitive, but to help shift the all-too-familiar situation where you find a Pokémon that is neat, but utterly outclassed in every way by another. Sure, a lot of it looks competitively-bent, but what is competitive play if not just regular play taken to extremes?

    Believe me, Mega Pokémon will shake up the metagame, as will many other things we might not even know about yet. Just like Eviolite, Drizzle Politoed/Drought Ninetales and various other things did in Gen 5, just like the type split and more did in Gen 4.

    And I welcome this.
     
  7. hey i noticed a mistake in the list,draining kiss can be learned also by sylveon!
     
  8. Teapot

    Teapot Virtual Duck Enthusiast
    Staff Member Administrator

    Can you give us an official video or source for that? Remember, we're not reporting on leaks yet.
     
  9. if i remember correctly write to youtube : pokemon x and y wifi battle bulky sylveon

    and if that vid is not fake sylveon is the next blissey in sp def!!!
     
  10. Teapot

    Teapot Virtual Duck Enthusiast
    Staff Member Administrator

    I said official video. As I've mentioned before and as the notice at the top of the page says, we are not reporting on leaks in the Cryptidex. That means videos on YouTube not from the official Pokémon channel.
     
  11. dont have to get so mad at me from that sorry.
     
  12. For Pokémon that can learn Fairy Wind, only Flabébé is listed, but Gardevoir is using the move in the picture shown.
     
  13. I liking the move freeze-dry.
     

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