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{{Move Infobox/battle data
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|image=Rock Slide VI.png
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|japanese= いわなだれ ''Rock Slide''
 
|generation=I
 
|generation=I
 
|type=Rock
 
|type=Rock
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|power=75
 
|power=75
 
|accuracy=90%
 
|accuracy=90%
|pp=10<span class="explain" title="Max. 16">*</span>
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|pp=10 <sup>(Max. 16)</sup>
|affects=Selected Target
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|affects=Single foe <sup>(Single & Triple battles)</sup><br>Both foes <sup>(Double battles)</sup>
 
|contact=0
 
|contact=0
 
|magiccoat=0
 
|magiccoat=0
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|detect=1
 
|detect=1
 
|snatch=0
 
|snatch=0
|kingsrock=0
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|kingsrock=0}}
|contesttype=Cool
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{{Move Infobox/contest data 3
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|contesttype=Tough
 
|appeal=1
 
|appeal=1
 
|jam=3
 
|jam=3
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|contesttype2=Tough
 
|appeal2=3
 
|appeal2=3
}}'''Rock Slide''' is a {{Type|Rock}} move.
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|contesttype3=Tough
==Effect on Pokemon==
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|appeal3=2
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|jam3=2}}
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{{Move Infobox/end}}
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'''Rock Slide''' is a {{Type|Rock}}-type [[Move#Physical|physical move]] introduced in [[Generation I]]. It was [[TM48]] in Generation I. It later returned as a TM in [[Generation IV]], becoming [[TM80]] and as since been that TM for the generations that followed.
   
The move hits both opponents in battle and also may make the foe [[flinch]]. It has decent power, good accuracy (90%), and also has the ability to hit [[Pokémon (species)|Pokémon]] which used [[Fly]].
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==Description==
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Large boulders are hurled at the opposing Pokémon.
   
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===Effect===
[[Category:Rock-type moves]]
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====In battle====
[[Category:Missing Image]]
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It has a 30% chance to make the foe flinch. In [[double battle]]s, it hits both foes. In [[triple battle]]s, it hits a single foe.
[[Category:Moves not affected by Magic Coat]]
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[[Category:Moves not affected by Snatch]]
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====Contests====
[[Category:Moves affected by Detect or Protect]]
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Badly startles those that have made appeals.
[[Category:Moves not affected by BrightPowder]]
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[[Category:Moves not affected by King's Rock]]
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====Super Contests====
[[Category:Moves]]
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A basic performance using a move known by the Pokémon.
[[Category:Cool-type moves]]
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[[Category:Non-Contact Moves]]
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====Contest Spectaculars====
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Startles all of the Pokémon to act before the user.
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==Learnset==
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===By Leveling Up===
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{{Movelisttop/6|Rock}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|095|Onix|{{type|rock}}/{{type|ground}}||||34 ({{B2W2}})|34|TBA|STAB='''}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|142|Areodactyl|{{type|rock}}/{{type|flying}}|||65|73|73|TBA|STAB='''}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|185|Sudowoodo|{{type|rock}}|28|25|33|33 ({{BW}})<br>29 ({{B2W2}})|29|TBA|STAB='''}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|208|Steelix|{{type|steel}}/{{type|ground}}||||34 ({{B2W2}})|34|TBA}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|213|Shuckle|{{type|bug}}/{{type|rock}}||||38 ({{B2W2}})|38|TBA|STAB='''}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|218|Slugma|{{type|fire}}|43|43|41|41|41 ({{XY}})<br>29 ({{ORAS}})|TBA|STAB=''}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|219|Magcargo|{{type|fire}}/{{type|rock}}|48|48|45|44|44 ({{XY}})<br>29 ({{ORAS}})|TBA|STAB='''}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|246|Larvitar|{{type|rock}}/{{type|ground}}|22|22|14|19|19|TBA|STAB='''}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|247|Pupitar|{{type|rock}}/{{type|ground}}|22|22|14|19|19|TBA|STAB='''}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|248|Tyranitar|{{type|rock}}/{{type|dark}}|22|22|14|19|19|TBA|STAB='''}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|259|Marshtomp|{{type|water}}/{{type|ground}}|||||28|TBA}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|260|Swampert|{{type|water}}/{{type|ground}}|||||28|TBA}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|299|Nosepass|{{type|rock}}||28|31|31 ({{BW}})<br>29 ({{B2W2}})|29 ({{XY}})<br>22 ({{ORAS}})|TBA|STAB='''}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|304|Aron|{{type|steel}}/{{type|rock}}|||||25|TBA|STAB='''}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|305|Lairon|{{type|steel}}/{{type|rock}}|||||25|TBA|STAB='''}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|306|Aggron|{{type|steel}}/{{type|rock}}|||||25|TBA|STAB='''}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|323|Camerupt|{{type|fire}}/{{type|ground}}||33|33|39 ({{BW}})<br>33 ({{B2W2}})|33|TBA}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|328|Trapinch|{{type|ground}}||||25 ({{B2W2}})|25 ({{XY}})<br>15 ({{ORAS}})|TBA}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|329|Vibrava|{{type|ground}}/{{type|dragon}}||||25 ({{B2W2}})|25 ({{XY}})<br>15 ({{ORAS}})|TBA}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|330|Flygon|{{type|ground}}/{{type|dragon}}||||25 ({{B2W2}})|25 ({{XY}})<br>15 ({{ORAS}})|TBA}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|337|Lunatone|{{type|rock}}/{{type|psychic}}||||25 ({{B2W2}})|25 ({{XY}})<br>21 ({{ORAS}})|TBA|STAB='''}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|338|Solrock|{{type|rock}}/{{type|psychic}}||37|45|45 ({{BW}})<br>25 ({{B2W2}})|25 ({{XY}})<br>15 ({{ORAS}})|TBA|STAB='''}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|438|Bonsly|{{type|rock}}|||33|33 ({{BW}})<br>29 ({{B2W2}})|29|TBA|STAB='''}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|476|Probopass|{{type|rock}}/{{type|steel}}|||31|31 ({{BW}})<br>29 ({{B2W2}})|29 ({{XY}})<br>22 ({{ORAS}})|TBA|STAB='''}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|524|Roggenrola|{{type|rock}}||||27|27|TBA|STAB='''}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|525|Boldore|{{type|rock}}||||30|30|TBA|STAB='''}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|526|Gigalith|{{type|rock}}||||30|30|TBA|STAB='''}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|529|Drilbur|{{type|ground}}||||29|29|TBA}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|530|Excadrill|{{type|ground}}/{{type|steel}}||||29|29|TBA}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|532|Timburr|{{type|fighting}}||||31|31|TBA}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|533|Gurdurr|{{type|fighting}}||||33|33|TBA}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|534|Conkeldurr|{{type|fighting}}||||33|33|TBA}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|557|Dwebble|{{type|bug}}/{{type|rock}}||||29|29|TBA|STAB='''}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|558|Crustle|{{type|bug}}/{{type|rock}}||||29|29|TBA|STAB='''}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|564|Tirtouga|{{type|rock}}/{{type|water}}||||45|45|TBA|STAB='''}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|565|Carracosta|{{type|rock}}/{{type|water}}||||51|51|TBA|STAB='''}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|566|Archen|{{type|rock}}/{{type|flying}}||||45|45|TBA|STAB='''}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|567|Archeops|{{type|rock}}/{{type|flying}}||||51|51|TBA|STAB='''}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|639|Terrakion|{{type|rock}}/{{type|fighting}}||||37|37|TBA|STAB='''}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|645|Landorus|{{type|ground}}/{{type|flying}}||||49|49|TBA}}
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{{Movelistmid/6|Rock|697|Tyrantrum|{{type|rock}}/{{type|dragon}}|||||68|TBA|STAB='''}}
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{{Movelistend/6|Rock}}
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===By Breeding===
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{{Empty}}
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===By TM===
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{{Empty}}
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==Gallery==
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{{MoveImageBox
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|content=anime
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|file1=Egan Magcargo Rock Slide.png
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|caption1=Egan's Magcargo
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|file2=Alan Nosepass Rock Slide.png
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|caption2=Alan's Probopass{{!}}Alan's Nosepass
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|file3=Cilan Crustle Rock Slide.png
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|caption3=Cilan's Crustle}}
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{{Generation I TMs and HMs}}
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{{Generation IV TMs and HMs}}
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{{Generation V TMs and HMs}}
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{{Generation VI TMs and HMs}}
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[[Category:Moves with a Base Power of 75]]
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[[Category:Multi-target moves]]
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[[Category:Flinching Moves]]
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[[Category:Generation I TMs]]
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[[Category:Generation IV TMs]]
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[[Category:Generation V TMs]]
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[[Category:Generation VI TMs]]

Latest revision as of 04:12, April 24, 2016

Rock Slide
Rock Slide VI
(いわなだれ Rock Slide)
Generation: I
Battle Data
Type: Type Rock
Category Type Physical
Power: 75
Accuracy: 90%
PP: 10 (Max. 16)
Affects: Single foe (Single & Triple battles)
Both foes (Double battles)
Secondary Effect: None
Priority: 0
Contact: No
Affected by
Magic Coat: No
BrightPowder: No
Detect/Protect: Yes
Snatch: No
King's Rock: No
Contest Data
Contests (RSE)
Type: Type Tough
Appeal: 1
Jam: 3 ♥♥♥
Super Contests (DPPt)
Type: Type Tough
Appeal: 3 ♥♥♥
Contest Spectaculars (ORAS)
Type: Type Tough
Appeal: 2 ♥♥
Jam: 2 ♥♥

Rock Slide is a Rock-type physical move introduced in Generation I. It was TM48 in Generation I. It later returned as a TM in Generation IV, becoming TM80 and as since been that TM for the generations that followed.

DescriptionEdit

Large boulders are hurled at the opposing Pokémon.

EffectEdit

In battleEdit

It has a 30% chance to make the foe flinch. In double battles, it hits both foes. In triple battles, it hits a single foe.

ContestsEdit

Badly startles those that have made appeals.

Super ContestsEdit

A basic performance using a move known by the Pokémon.

Contest SpectacularsEdit

Startles all of the Pokémon to act before the user.

LearnsetEdit

By Leveling UpEdit

By Leveling Up
Pokémon Type Level
II III IV V VI VII
095 Onix rock/ground 34 (B2W2) 34 TBA
142 Areodactyl rock/flying 65 73 73 TBA
185 Sudowoodo rock 28 25 33 33 (BW)
29 (B2W2)
29 TBA
208 Steelix steel/ground 34 (B2W2) 34 TBA
213 Shuckle bug/rock 38 (B2W2) 38 TBA
218 Slugma fire 43 43 41 41 41 (XY)
29 (ORAS)
TBA
219 Magcargo fire/rock 48 48 45 44 44 (XY)
29 (ORAS)
TBA
246 Larvitar rock/ground 22 22 14 19 19 TBA
247 Pupitar rock/ground 22 22 14 19 19 TBA
248 Tyranitar rock/dark 22 22 14 19 19 TBA
259 Marshtomp water/ground 28 TBA
260 Swampert water/ground 28 TBA
299 Nosepass rock 28 31 31 (BW)
29 (B2W2)
29 (XY)
22 (ORAS)
TBA
304 Aron steel/rock 25 TBA
305 Lairon steel/rock 25 TBA
306 Aggron steel/rock 25 TBA
323 Camerupt fire/ground 33 33 39 (BW)
33 (B2W2)
33 TBA
328 Trapinch ground 25 (B2W2) 25 (XY)
15 (ORAS)
TBA
329 Vibrava ground/dragon 25 (B2W2) 25 (XY)
15 (ORAS)
TBA
330 Flygon ground/dragon 25 (B2W2) 25 (XY)
15 (ORAS)
TBA
337 Lunatone rock/psychic 25 (B2W2) 25 (XY)
21 (ORAS)
TBA
338 Solrock rock/psychic 37 45 45 (BW)
25 (B2W2)
25 (XY)
15 (ORAS)
TBA
438 Bonsly rock 33 33 (BW)
29 (B2W2)
29 TBA
476 Probopass rock/steel 31 31 (BW)
29 (B2W2)
29 (XY)
22 (ORAS)
TBA
524 Roggenrola rock 27 27 TBA
525 Boldore rock 30 30 TBA
526 Gigalith rock 30 30 TBA
529 Drilbur ground 29 29 TBA
530 Excadrill ground/steel 29 29 TBA
532 Timburr fighting 31 31 TBA
533 Gurdurr fighting 33 33 TBA
534 Conkeldurr fighting 33 33 TBA
557 Dwebble bug/rock 29 29 TBA
558 Crustle bug/rock 29 29 TBA
564 Tirtouga rock/water 45 45 TBA
565 Carracosta rock/water 51 51 TBA
566 Archen rock/flying 45 45 TBA
567 Archeops rock/flying 51 51 TBA
639 Terrakion rock/fighting 37 37 TBA
645 Landorus ground/flying 49 49 TBA
697 Tyrantrum rock/dragon 68 TBA
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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GalleryEdit

Rock Slide depicted in the anime
Egan Magcargo Rock Slide
Egan's Magcargo using Rock Slide
Alan Nosepass Rock Slide
Alan's Nosepass using Rock Slide
Cilan Crustle Rock Slide
Cilan's Crustle using Rock Slide

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