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Defog
Defog Move Game
(きりばらい Fog Wipe)
Generation: IV
Battle Data
Type: Type Flying
Category Type Status
Power: _
Accuracy: _
PP: 15
Affects:
Secondary Effect:
Priority:
Contact: No
Affected by
Magic Coat: Yes
BrightPowder: No
Protect/Detect: Yes
Snatch: No
King's Rock: No
Contest data
Super Contests (DPPt)
Type: Type Beauty
Appeal: 2 ♥♥

Defog (きりばらい Fog Wipe) is a HM Flying-type move introduced in Generation IV. The only way to be able use this in the field is by defeating the Gym Leader Crasher Wake of the Pastoria Gym. It only appears in Sinnoh and in Generation IV. In the field, it clears the area of thick mist or fog obscuring vision.

Effect

In Battle

If fog is present on the battlefield, Defog allows for it to be cleared. Additionally, it can negate the effects of moves such as Light Screen, Safeguard, Stealth Rock and Reflect.

Outside of Battle

Outside of a Pokémon battle, Defog has the ability to clear away all fog from an area, and allows for the entire area to be revealed. This effect lasts for the duration in which the player remains in the area. When the player leaves and enters, the fog will have returned.

Learnset

By Leveling Up

By Leveling Up
Pokémon Type Level
Ducklett Water/Flying 6
Swanna Water/Flying 1
Rufflet Normal/Flying 32
Braviary Normal/Flying 32
Vullaby Flying 32
Mandibuzz Flying 32
* Bold indicates a Pokémon which receives STAB from this move

By Breeding

By Leveling Up
Pokémon Type
Pidgey Normal/Flying
Pidgeotto Normal/Flying
Pidgeot Normal/Flying
Zubat Poison/Flying
Golbat Poison/Flying
Scyther Bug/Flying
Hoothoot Normal/Flying
Noctowl Normal/Flying
Crobat Poison/Flying
Scizor Bug/Steel
Seedot Grass
Nuzleaf Grass/Dark
Shiftry Grass/Dark
Taillow Normal/Flying
Swellow Normal/Flying
Drifloon Ghost/Flying
Drifblim Ghost/Flying
Chatot Normal/Flying
Archen Rock/Flying
Archeops Rock/Flying
  • Bold indicates a Pokémon which receives STAB from this move

By TM

By Leveling Up
Pokémon Type
Charizard Fire/Flying
Butterfree Bug/Flying
Beedrill Bug/Poison
Pidgey Normal/Flying
Pidgeotto Normal/Flying
Pidgeot Normal/Flying
Spearow Normal/Flying
Fearow Normal/Flying
Zubat Poison/Flying
Golbat Poison/Flying
Venomoth Bug/Poison
Farfetch'd Normal/Flying
Scyther Bug/Flying
Aerodactyl Rock/Flying
Articuno Ice/Flying
Zapdos Electric/Flying
Moltres Fire/Flying
Dragonite Dragon/Flying
Mew Psychic
Hoothoot Rock/Flying
Noctowl Normal/Flying
Crobat Poison/Flying
Togetic Normal/Flying
Xatu Psychic/Flying
Yanma Bug/Flying
Murkrow Dark/Flying
Gligar Ground/Flying
Scizor Bug/Steel
Delibird Ice/Flying
Mantine Water/Flying
Skarmory Steel/Flying
Lugia Psychic/Flying
Ho-oh Fire/Flying
Beautifly Bug/Flying
Dustox Bug/Poison
Shiftry Grass/Dark
Taillow Normal/Flying
Swellow Normal/Flying
Wingull Water/Flying
Pelipper Water/Flying
Masquerain Bug/Flying
Ninjask Bug/Flying
Vibrava Ground/Dragon
Flygon Ground/Dragon
Tropius Grass/Flying
Salamence Dragon/Flying
Latias Dragon/Psychic
Latios Dragon/Psychic
Piplup Water
Prinplup Water
Empoleon Water/Steel
Starly Normal/Flying
Staravia Normal/Flying
Staraptor Normal/Flying
Mothim Bug/Flying
Vespiquen Bug/Flying
Drifloon Ghost/Flying
Drifblim Ghost/Flying
Honchkrow Dark/Flying
Stunky Poison/Dark
Skuntank Poison/Dark
Chatot Normal/Flying
Finneon Water
Lumineon Water
Togekiss Normal/Flying
Yanmega Bug/Flying
Gliscor Ground/Flying
Giratina (Altered Forme) Ghost/Dragon
Giratina (Origin Forme) Ghost/Dragon
Arceus Normal
* Bold indicates a Pokémon which receives STAB from this move

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