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|appeal2 = 1}}'''Dig''' is a contact making {{type|Ground}}-type move first introduced in [[Generation I]] as [[TM28]]. The [[Pokémon]] digs a hole, pops in it, and waits a single turn. The Pokémon will not get any status problems or take any damage (with the exception of certain moves like [[Earthquake]]). Outside of battle, it works similarly to the [[Escape Rope]], taking the player outside of a cave. It is TM28 in all generations.
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'''Dig''' is a contact making {{type|Ground}}-type move first introduced in [[Generation I]] as [[TM28]]. The [[Pokémon]] digs a hole, pops in it, and waits a single turn. The Pokémon will not get any status problems or take any damage (with the exception of certain moves like [[Earthquake]]). Outside of battle, it works similarly to the [[Escape Rope]], taking the player outside of a cave. It is TM28 in all generations.
   
 
==Effect==
 
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
*In [[Generation I]] it is possible to damage a Pokémon that is underground after using Dig with the move [[Swift]].
 
*In [[Generation I]] it is possible to damage a Pokémon that is underground after using Dig with the move [[Swift]].
*[[Earthquake]] causes double the damage on a Pokémon that is underground.
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*[[Earthquake]] and [[Magnitude]] cause double the damage on a Pokémon that is underground.
*Dig has been TM28 throughout the Pokemon series.
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*Dig has been TM28 throughout the Pokémon series.
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[[Category:Moves]]
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==Gallery==
[[Category:Moves not affected by Snatch]]
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<gallery>
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Jessie's_Ekans_Dig.png
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Jessie Arbok Dig.png
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Drake Onix Dig.png|[[Drake's Onix]] using Dig
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Ash Infernape Dig.jpg
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EP654 Gible usando Excavar.jpg
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King_Onix_Dig.png
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Salvador Furret Dig.png
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Battle Park Charizard Dig.png
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Regirock Dig M08.png
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Cilan Pansage Dig.png
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Chili Pansear Dig.png
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Iris Excadrill Dig.png
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Cilan Dwebble Dig.png
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Ursula Gabite Dig.png
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IrisGibleDig.jpg
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Clemont Bunnelby Dig.png
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Ash Krokorok Dig.png
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Ash Krookodile Dig.png
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Sunglasses Sandile Dig.png
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Forrest Rhyperior Dig.png
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Dolan Diggersby Dig.png
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Khoury Gible Dig.png
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Bruno Onix Dig.png
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Hun Steelix Dig.png
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Morrison Steelix Dig.png
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Steelix Dig.png
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Vivica Persian Dig.png
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Nincada Dig.png
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Cynthia Garchomp Dig.jpg
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Burgh Dwebble Dig.png
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Summer Academy Raichu Dig.png
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Growlie Dig.png
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Clay Krokorok Dig.png
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Rock Drilbur Dig.png
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Virgil Eevee Dig.png
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Bertha Hippowdon Dig.png
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Summer Academy Hippowdon Dig.png
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Summer Academy Dugtrio Dig.png
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Dwebble_Dig.png
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Geodude Dig.png
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Graveler Dig.png
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Golem Dig.png
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Diglett Dugtrio Dig.png
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Ditto_2_Dig.png
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Mantle Krookodile Dig.png
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Poncho_Dugtrio_Dig.png
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Diglett_JE102_Dig.png
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Poncho_Diglett_Dig.png
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Diglett_Dig.png
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Katie_Dugtrio_Dig.png
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Smeargle XY
Dig
(あなをほる Burrow)
Generation: I
Battle Data
Type: Type Ground
Category Type Physical
Power: 80
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Affects: Selected target
Secondary Effect: Protected the first turn, strikes the second
Priority: 0
Contact: Yes
Affected by
Magic Coat: No
BrightPowder: No
Protect/Detect: Yes
Snatch: No
King's Rock: Yes
Contest data
Pokémon Contest Spectacular (RSEORAS)
Type: Type Smart
Appeal: 1
Jam: 0
Super Contests (DPPt)
Type: Type Smart
Appeal: 1

Dig is a contact making Ground-type move first introduced in Generation I as TM28. The Pokémon digs a hole, pops in it, and waits a single turn. The Pokémon will not get any status problems or take any damage (with the exception of certain moves like Earthquake). Outside of battle, it works similarly to the Escape Rope, taking the player outside of a cave. It is TM28 in all generations.

EffectEdit

The user burrows, then attacks on the second turn. It can also be used to exit dungeons.

TriviaEdit

  • In Generation I it is possible to damage a Pokémon that is underground after using Dig with the move Swift.
  • Earthquake and Magnitude cause double the damage on a Pokémon that is underground.
  • Dig has been TM28 throughout the Pokémon series.

GalleryEdit

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