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{{Move infobox
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{{Move Infobox
 
|type = Normal
 
|type = Normal
 
|name = Techno Blast
 
|name = Techno Blast
|japanese = テクノバスター Techno Buster
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|japanese = テクノバスター ''Techno Buster''
|image = Techno Buster.png
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|image = Techno Blast ORAS.png
 
|generation = V
 
|generation = V
 
|category = Special
 
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|detect = 1
 
|detect = 1
 
|snatch = 0
 
|snatch = 0
|kingsrock = 1}}'''Techno Blast''' is a move introduced in [[Generation V]] and is [[Genesect]]'s signature [[move]]. It is a {{Type|Normal}}-type move that can be learned via level up. This move changes type based on the drives being held.
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'''Techno Blast''' is a move introduced in [[Generation V]] and is [[Genesect]]'s signature [[move]]. It is a {{Type|Normal}}-type move that can be learned via level up. This move changes type based on the drives being held.
 
 
 
==Effect==
 
==Effect==
Techno Blast inflicts damage and has no secondary effect. The type of Techno Blast depends on the type of Drive held by the user, being [[Normal]]-type if there is none held, and [[Electric]], [[Fire]], [[Ice]] or [[Water (type)|Water]] with the appropriate Drive.
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Techno Blast inflicts damage and has no secondary effect. The type of Techno Blast depends on the type of Drive held by the user, being [[Normal]]-type if there is none held, and [[Electric]], [[Fire]], [[Ice]] or [[Water Pokémon|Water]] with the appropriate Drive.
   
 
==Learnset==
 
==Learnset==
===Generation V===
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===By Leveling Up===
====By Leveling Up====
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{{Movelisttop/3|Normal}}
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{{Movelistmid/3|Normal|649|Genesect|{{type|Bug}}/{{type|Steel}}|1|1|TBA}}
|colspan="3" style="text-align:center; color:black; background:#{{Normal}}; -moz-border-radius-topleft: 1em; -moz-border-radius-topright: 1em;"|'''By Leveling Up'''
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{{Movelistend/3|Normal}}
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!style="background-color: #{{Normal}}; color: black;"|Pokémon
 
!style="background-color: #{{Normal}}; color: black;"|Type
 
!style="background-color: #{{Normal}}; color: black;"|Level
 
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|style="background:#fbfbfb"|[[Genesect]]
 
|style="background:#fbfbfb"|{{type|Normal}}
 
|style="background:#fbfbfb"|Start
 
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|colspan="3" style="text-align:center; color:black; background:#{{Normal}}; -moz-border-radius-bottomleft: 1em; -moz-border-radius-bottomright: 1em;"|<small>* '''Bold''' indicates a Pokémon which receives [[STAB]] from this move </small>
 
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
*Techno Blast is the only legendary signature move that the user does not get STAB on.
 
*Techno Blast is the only legendary signature move that the user does not get STAB on.
 
*Ironically, Techno Blast is inferior to [[Genesect]]'s other moves; as [[Flamethrower]], [[Ice Beam]], and [[Thunderbolt]] are superior in power, have more PP, and sport additional effects. The exception is when [[Genesect]] is holding the Douse Drive, as it does not have access to any Water-type moves other than Techno Blast and potentially [[Hidden Power]] which is limited to a power of 40-70.
 
*Ironically, Techno Blast is inferior to [[Genesect]]'s other moves; as [[Flamethrower]], [[Ice Beam]], and [[Thunderbolt]] are superior in power, have more PP, and sport additional effects. The exception is when [[Genesect]] is holding the Douse Drive, as it does not have access to any Water-type moves other than Techno Blast and potentially [[Hidden Power]] which is limited to a power of 40-70.
*This move is similar to Arceus' signature move, Judgement, in that the type of the move changes depending on the item that the Pokemon is holding: Arceus' Plates and Genesect's Drives.
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*This move is similar to Arceus' signature move, Judgement, in that the type of the move changes depending on the item that the Pokémon is holding: Arceus' Plates and Genesect's Drives.
   
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==Gallery==
[[Category:Moves]]
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{{MoveImageBox
[[Category:Generation V moves]]
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[[Category:Normal-type moves]]
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|file1=Red Genesect Techno Blast.png
[[Category:Non-Contact Moves]]
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|caption1=Red Genesect}}
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[[Category:Moves with a Base Power of 85]]
 
[[Category:Legendary Pokémon's Move]]
 
[[Category:Legendary Pokémon's Move]]
 
[[Category:Signature Moves]]
 
[[Category:Signature Moves]]

Latest revision as of 07:56, April 26, 2016

Techno Blast
Techno Blast ORAS
(テクノバスター Techno Buster)
Generation: V
Battle Data
Type: Type Normal
Category Type Special
Power: 85
Accuracy: 100
PP: 5 (max. 8)
Affects: Selected target
Secondary Effect: None
Priority: 0
Contact: No
Affected by
Magic Coat: No
BrightPowder: Yes
Protect/Detect: Yes
Snatch: No
King's Rock: Yes
Contest Data
Contest Spectaculars (ORAS)
Type: [[File:Type_{{{contesttype}}}.gif|{{{contesttype}}}]]
Appeal: 1
Jam: 1
[[Category:{{{contesttype}}}-type moves]]

Techno Blast is a move introduced in Generation V and is Genesect's signature move. It is a Normal-type move that can be learned via level up. This move changes type based on the drives being held.

EffectEdit

Techno Blast inflicts damage and has no secondary effect. The type of Techno Blast depends on the type of Drive held by the user, being Normal-type if there is none held, and Electric, Fire, Ice or Water with the appropriate Drive.

LearnsetEdit

By Leveling UpEdit

By Leveling Up
Pokémon Type Level
V VI VII
649 Genesect Bug/Steel 1 1 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.

TriviaEdit

  • Techno Blast is the only legendary signature move that the user does not get STAB on.
  • Ironically, Techno Blast is inferior to Genesect's other moves; as Flamethrower, Ice Beam, and Thunderbolt are superior in power, have more PP, and sport additional effects. The exception is when Genesect is holding the Douse Drive, as it does not have access to any Water-type moves other than Techno Blast and potentially Hidden Power which is limited to a power of 40-70.
  • This move is similar to Arceus' signature move, Judgement, in that the type of the move changes depending on the item that the Pokémon is holding: Arceus' Plates and Genesect's Drives.

GalleryEdit

Techno Blast depicted in the anime
Red Genesect Techno Blast
Red Genesect using Techno Blast


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