Fly (move)

This article is about the move Fly. For the field move in Pokémon Ranger, see Field Move (Ranger).
Fly redirects here. For the Hoopa's Surprise Ring Adventures short with the Japanese name of Fly, see Hoopa's Surprise Ring Adventures.

Fly
そらをとぶ Fly
Fly VIII.png
Fly VIII 2.png
Type  Flying
Category  Physical
PP  15 (max. 24)
Power  90
Accuracy  95%
Priority  {{{priority}}}
Target
Foe Foe Foe
Self Ally Ally
May affect anyone but the user
Availability
Introduced  Generation I
Condition  Smart
Appeal  1
Jam  0  
Can avoid being startled by others.
Condition  Smart
Appeal  1
Earn +3 if no other Pokémon has chosen the same Judge.
Condition  Clever
Appeal  2 ♥♥
Jamming  0  
Prevents the user from being startled one time this turn.

Fly (Japanese: そらをとぶ Fly) is a damage-dealing Flying-type move introduced in Generation I. It was HM02 in Generations I through VI, TM76 in Pokémon Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun, and Ultra Moon, and TM14 in Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!. In Generation VIII, it is TM06.

Effect

In battle

Generation I

On the turn that Fly is selected, the user will fly up high and become semi-invulnerable, where the only attacks it cannot avoid are Bide, Swift, and Transform. On the following turn, Fly will inflict damage, PP will be deducted from it, and it will count as the last move used. Once Fly is selected, the user will be unable to switch out unless Fly is disrupted or fully executed.

If Fly is not fully executed, PP will not be deducted from it, and it will not count as the last move used. If the opponent uses Mirror Move during the turn that the user flies up high, Mirror Move will copy the move that the user executed immediately before using Fly (or fail if it cannot).

Full paralysis and self-inflicted damage due to confusion will disrupt Fly. Additionally, if the user is fully paralyzed during the semi-invulnerable turn of Fly, it will not be reset until the user switches out or fully executes Fly.

From Pokémon Stadium onward, Fly will allow the user to avoid Bide. Full paralysis will reset the semi-invulnerable turn of Fly. Mirror Move will copy Fly on either of the turns it takes to execute.

Pokémon can be caught during the semi-invulnerable stage of Fly.

Generation II

The user can now be hit by Gust, Thunder, Twister, and Whirlwind during the semi-invulnerable turn of Fly, and will receive double damage from Gust and Twister.

The user may also be hit in the air if it was previously targeted by Lock-On or Mind Reader, and then struck the following turn, unless said move was Magnitude, Earthquake, or Fissure. Swift, Bide, and Transform no longer hit on their own during the semi-invulnerable turn of Fly.

In this generation, due to a glitch, when Lock-On or Mind Reader are in effect, the moves Attract, Curse, Foresight, Mean Look, Mimic, Nightmare, Spider Web, and Transform cannot hit targets in the semi-invulnerable turn of Fly, and moves cannot lower stats of targets in the semi-invulnerable turn of Fly (status moves such as String Shot will fail, and additional effects of moves such as Bubble will not activate).

Generation III

The user can now also be hit by Sky Uppercut during the semi-invulnerable turn of Fly.

Magnitude, Earthquake, and Fissure will now hit a Pokémon using Fly as usual when the target is under the effect of Lock-On or Mind Reader.

Generation IV

Fly's base power was increased from 70 to 90.

The user is now unable to avoid moves used by Pokémon with the Ability No Guard during the semi-invulnerable turn of Fly, and unable to avoid moves if it has No Guard. If the user is hit by Gust or Twister during the semi-invulnerable turn, the move's power will be doubled rather than the damage dealt (resulting in virtually the same effect).

Generation V onward

The user can also be hit with Hurricane, Smack Down, and Thousand Arrows during the semi-invulnerable turn of Fly. If Smack Down or Thousand Arrows hits, the user of Fly will be knocked down, cancelling the move. If the user is hit by Gust or Twister during the semi-invulnerable turn, the damage dealt will be doubled rather than the move's power (resulting in virtually the same effect).

If a Power Herb is held by the user, Fly can be executed in one turn.

Fly can hit non-adjacent opponents in Triple Battles.

Outside of battle

Generations I to VI

Players can fly to locations they have visited. Most possible Fly destinations are places with Pokémon Centers, primarily cities and towns, but other significant locations can be flown to as well. Generally, simply entering a flyable location is all that is required to be able to use Fly for that location. There are some exceptions, however, such as Opelucid City in Black and White where the player must first view the Team Plasma event, Lacunosa Town in Black 2 and White 2 where the player must first encounter Professor Juniper and Bianca, and Ever Grande City in Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald where the player must first climb the waterfall. The Johto Battle Frontier, by contrast, can automatically be accessed after the National Pokédex is obtained.

In Generation II, the player cannot use Fly to move between Kanto and Johto. In HeartGold and SoulSilver, this is changed, and the player can now use Indigo Plateau or Route 26 as a way station between regions.

Using Fly usually lands the player in front of an area's Pokémon Center. If the location lacks a Pokémon Center, however, a suitable spot is otherwise used. These locations are detailed below.

Location Destination
Pallet Town Red's house
New Bark Town The player's house
Littleroot Town
Twinleaf Town
Aspertia City
Vaniville Town
Nuvema Town Hilbert/Hilda's house
Indigo Plateau League entrance
Ever Grande City*
Sinnoh Pokémon League*
Unova Pokémon League
Route 221 In front of Pal Park
Lake of Rage In the openGSC
In front of the Fishing Guru's houseHGSS
Kanto Victory RoadHGSS Pokémon League Reception Gate
National ParkHGSS Pokéathlon Dome
Unova Victory RoadBW At the base of Victory Road
Unity Tower Entrance
Pokéstar Studios Past the main gate
Join Avenue Route 4 entrance
Pokémon World Tournament Near the building's entrance
Aquacorde Town At the fountain in the center of town


Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire

Players can fly to any area marked on the PokéNav Plus's Town Map except Southern Island, Seafloor Cavern, and the Cave of Origin. When the player flies to a route, or a landmark such as Sea Mauville, they will land in front of a sign that marks the area if there is one. In addition to the Party menu, players can use Fly through the AreaNav.

If the location lacks both a Pokémon Center and a sign for the location, another suitable spot is used.

Location Destination
Littleroot Town between Brendan and May's houses
Pokémon League outside the entrance
Route 103 southeast of Aroma Lady Daisy
Route 112 in front of the Berry patch
Route 115 southwest of the Meteor Falls sign near its entrance
Route 124 outside the Treasure Hunter's house
Petalburg Woods outside the primary southern entrance
Rusturf Tunnel outside the Rustboro City entrance
Granite Cave outside the entrance
Meteor Falls outside the Route 114 entrance
Mt. Chimney west of the sign pointing to Jagged Pass
Jagged Pass at the bottom of the second flight of stairs from the north
Fiery Path outside the southern entrance
New Mauville outside the entrance
Mt. Pyre outside the entrance
Shoal Cave outside the entrance
Victory Road outside the Ever Grande City land entrance
Secret Islet in front of the tree
Secret Meadow just south of the central staircase
Secret Shore south of the Route 129 connection, in the shallow water

While the player cannot Fly to a location unless they have been there before, some locations have additional requirements.

Location Prerequisite
Route 115 Enter Route 115 from Meteor Falls
Route 120 Visit Lilycove City
Route 121 Visit Lilycove City
Route 122 Enter Mt. Pyre
Route 124 Visit Mossdeep City
Route 125 Enter Shoal Cave
Route 126 Visit Sootopolis City (surface)
Route 127 Stand at the bottom of the first staircase in Ever Grande City
Route 128 Stand at the bottom of the first staircase in Ever Grande City
Route 129 Visit Pacifidlog Town
Route 130 Visit Pacifidlog Town
Route 131 Visit Pacifidlog Town
Route 132 Visit Route 134 from Route 133
Route 133 Visit Route 134 from Route 133
Route 134 Visit Route 134 from Route 133
Ever Grande City Stand at the bottom of the first staircase in Ever Grande City
Sootopolis City Visit Sootopolis City (surface)
Sky Pillar Enter Sky Pillar (tower)

Generation VII onward

Starting in Generation VII, Fly is no longer a field move. Instead, in Pokémon Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun, and Ultra Moon, its functions are given to the Poké Ride Charizard Glide. Trainers can use Charizard Glide to take them to one of several locations they have visited, including any operational Pokémon Center.

In Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!, the player can use Secret Technique Sky Dash instead.

In Pokémon Sword and Shield, the Flying Taxi service takes the place of Fly.

Description

Games Description
Stad The Pokémon flies high, then strikes in the next turn. Used for flying to places already visited.
Stad2 The Pokémon flies high, then strikes in the next turn. Used to fly to places already visited.
GSC 1st turn: Fly
2nd turn: Attack
RSE Flies up on the first turn, then strikes the next turn.*
Flies up on the first turn, then attacks next turn.*
FRLG A 2-turn move that hits on the 2nd turn. Use it to fly to any known town.
Colo.XD Flies up on the first turn, then strikes the next turn.
DPPtHGSS The user soars, then strikes on the second turn. It can also be used for flying to any familiar town.*
The user soars, then strikes on the second turn. It can also be used to fly to any familiar town.*
PBR The user soars high, then strikes on the second turn.
BWB2W2 The user soars, then strikes its target on the second turn. It can also be used for flying to any familiar town.
The user soars, then strikes on the second turn. It can also be used to fly to any familiar town.*
XYORAS The user soars and then strikes its target on the next turn. This can also be used to fly to any familiar town.
SMUSUM The user soars and then strikes its target on the next turn.
PE
SwSh
The user flies up into the sky and then strikes its target on the next turn.


Learnset

By leveling up

# Pokémon Types Egg Groups Level
I II III IV V VI VII VIII
142   Aerodactyl
 
 
Flying Flying 49PE
373   Salamence
 
 
Dragon Dragon 50 50 50 50 1, Evo. 1, Evo.
384   Rayquaza
 
 
Undiscovered Undiscovered 45 45DPPt
65HGSS
65 65 65 63
661   Fletchling
 
 
Flying Flying 50
662   Fletchinder
 
 
Flying Flying 64
663   Talonflame
 
 
Flying Flying 74
738   Vikavolt
 
 
Bug Bug 50
780   Drampa
 
 
Monster Dragon 45 45
841   Flapple
 
 
Grass Dragon 40
Bold indicates a Pokémon gains STAB from this move.
Italics indicates a Pokémon whose evolution or alternate form receives STAB from this move.


By TM/HM

# Pokémon Types Egg Groups Machine
I
HM02
II
HM02
III
HM02
IV
HM02
V
HM02
VI
HM02
VII
TM76
TM14
VIII
TM06
006   Charizard
 
 
Monster Dragon Y
016   Pidgey
 
 
Flying Flying
017   Pidgeotto
 
 
Flying Flying
018   Pidgeot
 
 
Flying Flying
021   Spearow
 
 
Flying Flying
022   Fearow
 
 
Flying Flying
041   Zubat
 
 
Flying Flying
042   Golbat
 
 
Flying Flying
083   Farfetch'd
 
 
Flying Field
084   Doduo
 
 
Flying Flying
085   Dodrio
 
 
Flying Flying
142   Aerodactyl
 
 
Flying Flying
144   Articuno
 
 
Undiscovered Undiscovered
144   Articuno
Galarian Form
 
 
Undiscovered Undiscovered
145   Zapdos
 
 
Undiscovered Undiscovered
145   Zapdos
Galarian Form
 
 
Undiscovered Undiscovered
146   Moltres
 
 
Undiscovered Undiscovered
146   Moltres
Galarian Form
 
 
Undiscovered Undiscovered
149   Dragonite
 
 
Water 1 Dragon
151   Mew
  Undiscovered Undiscovered
163   Hoothoot
 
 
Flying Flying
164   Noctowl
 
 
Flying Flying
169   Crobat
 
 
Flying Flying
176   Togetic
 
 
Flying Fairy
178   Xatu
 
 
Flying Flying
198   Murkrow
 
 
Flying Flying
225   Delibird
 
 
Water 1 Field
227   Skarmory
 
 
Flying Flying
249   Lugia
 
 
Undiscovered Undiscovered
250   Ho-Oh
 
 
Undiscovered Undiscovered
276   Taillow
 
 
Flying Flying
277   Swellow
 
 
Flying Flying
278   Wingull
 
 
Water 1 Flying
279   Pelipper
 
 
Water 1 Flying
329   Vibrava
 
 
Bug Dragon
330   Flygon
 
 
Bug Dragon
333   Swablu
 
 
Flying Dragon
334   Altaria
 
 
Flying Dragon
357   Tropius
 
 
Monster Grass
373   Salamence
 
 
Dragon Dragon
380   Latias
 
 
Undiscovered Undiscovered
381   Latios
 
 
Undiscovered Undiscovered
384   Rayquaza
 
 
Undiscovered Undiscovered
396   Starly
 
 
Flying Flying
397   Staravia
 
 
Flying Flying
398   Staraptor
 
 
Flying Flying
426   Drifblim
 
 
Amorphous Amorphous
430   Honchkrow
 
 
Flying Flying
441   Chatot
 
 
Flying Flying
468   Togekiss
 
 
Flying Fairy
487   Giratina
 
 
Undiscovered Undiscovered
493   Arceus
  Undiscovered Undiscovered
519   Pidove
 
 
Flying Flying
520   Tranquill
 
 
Flying Flying
521   Unfezant
 
 
Flying Flying
527   Woobat
 
 
Field Flying
528   Swoobat
 
 
Field Flying
561   Sigilyph
 
 
Flying Flying
567   Archeops
 
 
Flying Water 3
580   Ducklett
 
 
Water 1 Flying
581   Swanna
 
 
Water 1 Flying
623   Golurk
 
 
Mineral Mineral
627   Rufflet
 
 
Flying Flying
628   Braviary
 
 
Flying Flying
629   Vullaby
 
 
Flying Flying
630   Mandibuzz
 
 
Flying Flying
635   Hydreigon
 
 
Dragon Dragon
637   Volcarona
 
 
Bug Bug
641   Tornadus
  Undiscovered Undiscovered
642   Thundurus
 
 
Undiscovered Undiscovered
643   Reshiram
 
 
Undiscovered Undiscovered
644   Zekrom
 
 
Undiscovered Undiscovered
645   Landorus
 
 
Undiscovered Undiscovered
646   Kyurem
 
 
Undiscovered Undiscovered
646   Kyurem
White Kyurem
 
 
Undiscovered Undiscovered B2W2
646   Kyurem
Black Kyurem
 
 
Undiscovered Undiscovered B2W2
649   Genesect
 
 
Undiscovered Undiscovered
661   Fletchling
 
 
Flying Flying
662   Fletchinder
 
 
Flying Flying
663   Talonflame
 
 
Flying Flying
701   Hawlucha
 
 
Flying Human-Like
714   Noibat
 
 
Flying Dragon
715   Noivern
 
 
Flying Dragon
717   Yveltal
 
 
Undiscovered Undiscovered
731   Pikipek
 
 
Flying Flying
732   Trumbeak
 
 
Flying Flying
733   Toucannon
 
 
Flying Flying
738   Vikavolt
 
 
Bug Bug
741   Oricorio
 
 
Flying Flying
780   Drampa
 
 
Monster Dragon
785   Tapu Koko
 
 
Undiscovered Undiscovered
792   Lunala
 
 
Undiscovered Undiscovered
797   Celesteela
 
 
Undiscovered Undiscovered
804   Naganadel
 
 
Undiscovered Undiscovered USUM
821   Rookidee
  Flying Flying
822   Corvisquire
  Flying Flying
823   Corviknight
 
 
Flying Flying
841   Flapple
 
 
Grass Dragon
845   Cramorant
 
 
Water 1 Flying
887   Dragapult
 
 
Amorphous Dragon
890   Eternatus
 
 
Undiscovered Undiscovered
Bold indicates a Pokémon gains STAB from this move.
Italics indicates a Pokémon whose evolution or alternate form receives STAB from this move.


Special move

Generation IV

# Pokémon Types Egg Groups Obtained with
025   Pikachu
  Field Fairy Pokéwalker - Yellow Forest
Bold indicates a Pokémon gains STAB from this move.
Italics indicates a Pokémon whose evolution or alternate form receives STAB from this move.


By event

Generation I

# Pokémon Types Egg Groups Obtained with
025   Pikachu
  Field Fairy CoroCoro Flying Pikachu
Bold indicates a Pokémon gains STAB from this move.
Italics indicates a Pokémon whose evolution or alternate form receives STAB from this move.


Generation III

# Pokémon Types Egg Groups Obtained with
025   Pikachu
  Field Fairy ANA Pikachu
Sapporo Pikachu
GW Pikachu
PotD Pikachu
Bold indicates a Pokémon gains STAB from this move.
Italics indicates a Pokémon whose evolution or alternate form receives STAB from this move.


Generation V

# Pokémon Types Egg Groups Obtained with
025   Pikachu
  Field Fairy All Nippon Airways Pikachu
2012 World Championships Pikachu
Bold indicates a Pokémon gains STAB from this move.
Italics indicates a Pokémon whose evolution or alternate form receives STAB from this move.


Generation VI

# Pokémon Types Egg Groups Obtained with
025   Pikachu
  Field Fairy Pokémon Center Online Pikachu
Bold indicates a Pokémon gains STAB from this move.
Italics indicates a Pokémon whose evolution or alternate form receives STAB from this move.


Generation VII

# Pokémon Types Egg Groups Obtained with
025   Pikachu
  Field Fairy Pokémon World Festival Pikachu
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

In Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team, and Explorers of Time, Darkness and Sky, Fly is a move with 14 base power, 100% accuracy, and 12 PP, attacking enemy in the front; this move's damage is doubled at the end of damage calculation. While the user is in the air, projectiles will pass the user as if their tile was empty. As in main series, the user can still be hit by Gust, Thunder, Twister and Sky Uppercut, but not Whirlwind. Due to being a two-turn move, this move cannot be linked.

In Gates to Infinity, a Gigantic Pokémon can move to hit an enemy anywhere in the room.

Pokémon Masters EX

Category Move Gauge MP Base Power Max Power Accuracy Target Effect Tag Description
Physical 3 169 202 95% An opponent Quick Move; Flying The user begins flying. After a set time, the user stops flying and attacks. No other actions can be taken while flying. Most moves used by opponents will not hit the user while it is flying. If the user is hit by a sync move while flying, it will stop flying.

Super Smash Bros. series

Fly is Charizard's up special. It cloaks itself in fire as it rotates in the air while gaining height, damaging nearby enemies. It acts as a recovery move for returning to the stage.

Moltres's Trophy states that it uses Fly when summoned from a Poké Ball. However, this instance of the move is much more similar to the flying action that a bird makes, rather than the actual move Fly.

The Smash Bros. DOJO!!, the official website for Super Smash Bros. Brawl states that Mew, Celebi, and Jirachi all use Fly when leaving the screen after being summoned from a Poké Ball, however, of the three, only Mew can learn it in the core series.[1]

Pokémon GO

In Pokémon GO, Fly is a Charged Attack that has been available since July 3, 2020.

  Fly
Charged Attack
Gyms & Raids
Power 80
Energy cost 50  
Duration 1.8 seconds
Damage window 1.2 - 1.5 seconds
Trainer Battles
Power 80
Energy cost 45  
Secondary effect ?
Effect chance ?%
Eligible Pokémon:
Standard eligibility
 
By Elite Charged TM
By GO Snapshot
As Shadow Pokémon
As Purified Pokémon
Formerly eligible
None

Description

Games Description
MDRB The user gains the Flying status, making it attack strongly on the next turn. It is not possible to link this move.
MDTDS Gives the user a Flying status, which causes the Pokémon to charge power for 1 turn, then try a powerful attack on the next turn. You can't link this move.
BSL そらをとぶじょうたいになり ちからをため つぎのこうどうで いりょくのたかい こうげきを くりだす このわざは ポケモンタワーでは くりだせない
MDGtI You soar, then strike your enemy during the second turn. You won't be hit by an item or a move while you're in the air.
The Pokémon soars, then strikes its enemies on the second turn. It evades items or moves while it's in the air.*
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U Spiral into the sky, and hit opponents multiple times.*
SMD You soar, get the flying status condition, and then strike your enemy in the next turn. While you're in the air, you won't be hit by items or moves.


In the anime

       
Golurk Shiny Golurk
The user soars into the air, then strikes. It can also be used for flying anywhere.
Pokémon Method
User First Used In Notes
  Golurk Golurk pulls its legs and hands into its body and releases powerful orange or light blue flames from the sockets to propel it into the air like a rocket. It then flies forward and slams its body into the opponent.
Juanita's Golurk White—Victini and Zekrom
Black—Victini and Reshiram
Debut
Ridley's Golurk Meloetta and the Undersea Temple! None


  • In the English dub of Fighting Flyer with Fire, Ash told his Charizard to use Fly. In the Japanese version, he merely told Charizard to take flight. In either case, Charizard was unable to execute the command.

In the manga

Be the Best! Pokémon B+W


Phantom Thief Pokémon 7


Pokémon - The Legend of the Dragon King

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Reason: description of the move


Pokémon Adventures


  • Shelly's two Vibrava were revealed to know Fly on the official web site, but they was never shown using the move.
  • Courtney, Tabitha, and Blaise's Swellow were revealed to know Fly on the official web site, but they have never been shown using the move.

Pocket Monsters Platinum: Aim to Be Battle King!!


In other generations

In battle

Core series games

Side series games

Spin-off series games

Outside of battle

Trivia

  • Many Pokémon noted for their ability to fly over long distances are unable to learn this move, such as Yanmega, which is easily capable of transporting an adult in flight according to its Pokédex entry from HeartGold. Conversely, Pokémon such as Vullaby can learn it, despite Pokédex entries stating they are incapable of flight.
  • Despite Bug/Flying being the second most common type combination, the only Bug types able to learn Fly are Volcarona, Genesect, and Vikavolt, which are not Flying-types.
  • In Pokémon Colosseum, Charizard and Salamence dive into the ground on the second turn of Fly.
  • When Doduo and Dodrio use Fly in the 3D side-series games, they are shown running midair.
  • The Sightseer who gives out TM76 (Fly) in Pokémon Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun, and Ultra Moon says that although the machine is an HM in Johto because of its rarity, it is "just another TM" in Alola.
  • Although flying Pokémon are commonly shown carrying their Trainers on their backs in the anime, and many of these Pokémon are capable of learning Fly in the games, the move itself would not be depicted in the anime until White—Victini and Zekrom and Black—Victini and Reshiram. This makes Fly the most recent HM move to officially debut in the anime.

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 飛翔 Fēichèuhng
Mandarin 飛翔 / 飞翔 Fēixiáng
  Danish Flyve*
Flyv*
  Dutch Vlieg
Vliegen*
  Finnish Ilmaisku*
  French Vol
  German Fliegen
  Greek Πέταγμα Pétagma
  Hindi उर्रो Urro
  Indonesian Terbang
  Italian Volo
  Korean 공중날기 Gongjungnalgi
Portuguese   Brazil Voar
  Portugal Voo
Voar*
  Serbian Let
  Spanish Vuelo
  Swedish Flyga*
  Thai บินขึ้น
  Turkish Uçma
  Vietnamese Bay Lượn Trên Bầu Trời


References



Generation I TMs
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Generation I HMs
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Generation II TMs
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Generation II HMs
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Generation III TMs
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Generation III HMs
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Generation IV TMs
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4748495051525354555657585960616263646566676869
7071727374757677787980818283848586878889909192
Generation IV HMs
01020304 • 05 (DPPtHGSS) • 060708
Generation V TMs
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Generation V HMs
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Generation VI TMs
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5354555657585960616263646566676869707172737475767778
798081828384858687888990919293 • 94 (XYORAS) • 9596979899100
Generation VI HMs
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Generation VII TMs
Alola
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767778798081828384858687888990919293949596979899100
Kanto
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Generation VIII TMs
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Generation VIII TRs
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