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}}'''Avalanche''' (Japanese: '''ゆきなだれ''' ''Snow Avalanche'') is a damaging {{type|Ice}}-[[Types|type]] [[move]] introduced in [[Generation IV]]. The player can find it along the snowy mountain just outside of [[Mt. Coronet]]. In Generation V, this move was concidered to be the signature move of the Vanillite evolutionary family.
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}}'''Avalanche''' (Japanese: '''ゆきなだれ''' ''Snow Avalanche'') is a damaging {{type|Ice}}-[[Types|type]] [[move]] introduced in [[Generation IV]]. The player can find it along the snowy mountain just outside of [[Mt. Coronet]]. In Generation V, this move was considered to be the signature move of the Vanillite evolutionary family.
   
 
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Latest revision as of 16:41, October 15, 2013

Avalanche
Avalanche Move Game
(ゆきなだ

れSnow Avalanche)

Generation: IV
Battle Data
Type: Type Ice
Category Type Physical
Power: 60
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10*
Affects: Selected target
Secondary Effect: None
Priority: -4
Contact: No
Affected by
Magic Coat: No
BrightPowder: Yes
Protect/Detect: Yes
Snatch: No
King's Rock: Yes
Contest data
Super Contests (DPPt)
Type: Type Cool
Appeal:


Avalanche (Japanese: ゆきなだれ Snow Avalanche) is a damaging Ice-type move introduced in Generation IV. The player can find it along the snowy mountain just outside of Mt. Coronet. In Generation V, this move was considered to be the signature move of the Vanillite evolutionary family.

EffectEdit

In battleEdit

Avalanche is an attack move that inflicts double the damage if the user has been hurt by the foe in the same turn. It also is a low-priority move, which causes the user to attack after other Pokémon that are using ordinary priority moves.

Outside of battleEdit

In super contests, the points double if this move was used last to appeal.

LearnsetEdit

Generation IVEdit

By Level UpEdit

By Level-Up
Pokémon Type Level
Jynx Ice/Psychic 33
Smoochum Ice/Psychic 31
  • Bold indicates a Pokémon which receives STAB from this move

By TMEdit

By TM72
Pokémon Type
Blastoise Water
Nidoqueen Poison/Ground
Nidoking Poison/Ground
Slowbro Water/Psychic
Dewgong Water/Ice
Cloyster Water/Ice
Rhydon Ground/Rock
Kangaskhan Normal
Starmie Water/Psychic
Jynx Ice/Psychic
Gyarados Water/Flying
Lapras Water/Ice
Articuno Ice/Flying
Mewtwo Psychic
Mew Psychic
Feraligatr Water
Slowking Water/Psychic
Sneasel Dark/Ice
Ursaring Normal
Piloswine Ice/Ground
Delibird Ice/Flying
Smoochum Ice/Psychic
Blissey Normal
Suicune Water
Tyranitar Rock/Dark
Lugia Psychic/Flying
Swampert Water/Ground
Exploud Normal
Aggron Steel/Rock
Sharpedo Water/Dark
Wailmer Water
Wailord Water
Crawdaunt Water/Dark
Milotic Water
Castform Normal
Castform Fire
Castform Water
Castform Ice
Snorunt Ice
Glalie Ice
Walrein Ice/Water
Regice Ice
Kyogre Water
Rayquaza Dragon/Flying
Deoxys Psychic
Empoleon Water/Steel
Rampardos Rock
Bastiodon Rock/Steel
Snover Grass/Ice
Abomasnow Grass/Ice
Weavile Dark/Ice
Rhyperior Ground/Rock
Glaceon Ice
Mamoswine Ice/Ground
Froslass Ice/Ghost
Palkia Water/Dragon
Regigigas Normal
Arceus Normal
  • Bold indicates a Pokémon which receives STAB from this move
  • Italic indicates a Pokémon whose evolution or alternate form receives STAB from this move

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