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'''Quash''' ('''さきおくり''' ''Postpone'') is a non-damaging {{Type|Dark}}-[[Types|type]] [[move]] introduced in [[Generation V]] that has a {{Type|Normal}}-type variation called [[After You]], which makes the target move first.
   
 
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===In Battle===
 
The user holds the opponent down to make sure it attacks last.
 
The user holds the opponent down to make sure it attacks last.
   

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Quash
(さきおくり Postpone)
Generation: V
Battle Data
Type: Type Dark
Category Type Physical
Power:
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15*
Affects: Selected Target
Secondary Effect: None
Priority: 0
Contact: No
Affected by
Magic Coat: Yes
BrightPowder: Yes
Protect/Detect: Yes
Snatch: No
King's Rock: No

Quash (さきおくり Postpone) is a non-damaging Dark-type move introduced in Generation V that has a Normal-type variation called After You, which makes the target move first.

Effect

In Battle

The user holds the opponent down to make sure it attacks last.

Learnset

Generation V

By Leveling Up

By Leveling Up
Pokémon Type Level
Murkrow Dark/Flying 65
Honchkrow Dark/Flying 65
* Bold indicates a Pokémon which receives STAB from this move

By TM60

By TM58
Pokémon Type
Nidoqueen Poison/Ground
Nidoking Poison/Ground
Kingler Water
Mew Psychic
Murkrow Dark/Flying
Slowking Water/Psychic
Kingdra Water/Dragon
Raikou Electric
Entei Fire
Suicune Water
Slaking Normal
Piplup Water
Prinplup Water
Empoleon Water/Steel
Vespiquen Bug/Flying
Honchkrow Dark/Flying
Spiritomb Ghost/Dark
Arceus Normal
* Bold indicates a Pokémon which receives STAB from this move

Trivia

  • Murkrow and its evolution Honchkrow are the only Pokemon able to learn this move by leveling up.
    • Also, despite being introduced in Generation V, no Generation V Pokémon are able to learn this move.

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