10,000,000 Volt Thunderbolt deals damage and has a sharply increased
critical hit ratio of +2 stages.
S M US UM The user, Pikachu wearing a cap, powers up a jolt of electricity using its Z-Power and unleashes it. Critical hits land more easily.
Learnset In the anime
The user gathers Z-Power and attacks the target with powerful rainbow-colored lightning.
First Used In
Pikachu Pikachu strikes a series of synchronized poses with its Trainer to build Z-Power. It then leaps into the air and absorbs electricity from dark storm-clouds that have formed above it. Pikachu then fires seven bolts of electricity, each a different color of a rainbow, at the opponent.
10,000,000 Reasons to Fight! Debut
Base move is Thunderbolt In the manga
In the movie adaptations
Pikachu in a cap
The user gathers Z-Power and attacks the target with powerful streams of electricity.
First Chapter Used In
Pikachu Pikachu strikes a series of synchronized poses with its Trainer to build Z-Power. It then releases multiple streams of electricity from its body at the opponent.
This is the only move whose English name starts with a non-alphabetic character.
This is also the only move to naturally have a sharply increased critical hit ratio. The name of this move is partly based off of the Japanese name for Thunderbolt, 100,000 Volts. The 10,000,000 figure references that it is an upgrade of Thunderbolt. In other languages