Bold indicates a Pokémon gains STAB from this move. Italics indicates a Pokémon whose evolution or alternate form receives STAB from this move.
In other games
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series
Aeroblast deals damage and has a raised critical-hit ratio (50% in the Rescue Team series, 30% in the Explorers series). In Gates to Infinity, the move is only able to be used by opposing Lugia (cannot be recruited).
Johto Spirit: Powers up the special attack moves of all allied sync pairs by 20%. [...] The more allied sync pairs with the Johto theme you have on your team, the higher [this percentage is]. (Each additional sync pair powers up moves by 15% [...] The maximum power-up is 50%, [...])Extend Range: [...] When a move used by the user’s Pokémon that targets an opponent is successful, the target becomes all opposing sync pairs. The power [...] of moves affected by this passive skill [is] not lowered even if there are multiple targets.*MP Regain 9: Restores one MP for the user when its Pokémon uses a move. [...]
MP Regain 9: [...] Restores one MP for the user after using its sync move.Brainpower: The more the user’s Sp. Atk is raised, the more it powers up the user’s sync move. Powers up by percentage ≈ 16.67 × (number of stat ranks by which the user's Sp. Atk is raised) (min 0%; max 100%)
A yellow-orange ball of energy forms in front of Lugia's mouth. Lugia's body then starts to glow blue and it fires multiple beams of yellow-orange energy from its mouth, which eventually converge into a single destructive beam, surrounded by a vortex of wind, which is fired at the opponent. Alternatively, Lugia will open its mouth and gather blue energy inside it. It then fires a massive beam of energy from its mouth at the opponent.