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|The user steals the voltage of the previous Pokémon.|
|Shows off the Pokémon's appeal about as well as the move used before it.|
|RSE||Cutely begs to obtain an item held by the foe.|
|FRLG||A cutely executed attack that also steals the foe's hold item.|
|DPPtHGSS||The user endearingly approaches the foe, then steals the item the foe is holding.|
|The user endearingly approaches the target, then steals the item the foe is holding.|
Covet does damage and steals the target's held item. From Generation III to Generation IV, Covet permanently steals the held item of a trainer's Pokémon. In a Double Battle, Covet can target any Pokémon around the user. In a Triple Battle, Covet can only target a Pokémon that's adjacent to the user.
By leveling up
|Snorlax||normal|| 42 (RSE)|
|Zigzagoon||normal||29||29||29|| 29 (XY)|
|Linoone||normal||35||35||35|| 35 (XY)|
|Slakoth||normal||31||31||31|| 31 (XY)|
|Slaking||normal||31||31||31|| 31 (XY)|
|Skitty||normal||31|| 32 (DP)|
|36|| 36 (XY)|
|Illumise||bug||37||45||45|| 45 (XY)|
| Bold indicates this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.|
Italic indicates an evolved or alternate form of this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
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