G-Max Depletion (move)

G-Max Depletion
キョダイゲンスイ Kyodai Decay
G-Max Depletion VIII.png
G-Max Depletion VIII 2.png
Type  Dragon
Category  Varies
PP  — (max. —)
Power  —
Accuracy  —%
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  • Does not make contact
  • Not affected by Protect
  • Not affected by Magic Coat
  • Not affected by Snatch
  • Not affected by Mirror Move
  • Affected by King's Rock
Foe Foe Foe
Self Ally Ally
May affect any adjacent foe, but not allies
Introduced  Generation VIII
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Appeal  0  
Jam  0  
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G-Max Depletion (Japanese: キョダイゲンスイ Kyodai Decay) is a damage-dealing Dragon-type G-Max Move introduced in Generation VIII. It is the exclusive G-Max Move of Gigantamax Duraludon.


G-Max Depletion inflicts damage. If the target has used a move before being hit, the PP of the last move it used will be reduced by 2.

Its power and whether it is a special or physical move depends on the move it is based on.

Base move Pwr. Cat. Learnable
Breaking Swipe 110 Physical
Clanging Scales 140 Special
Core Enforcer 130 Special
Draco Meteor 140 Special
Dragon Breath 110 Special
Dragon Claw 130 Physical
Dragon Darts 130 Physical
Dragon Energy 150 Special
Dragon Hammer 130 Physical
Dragon Pulse 130 Special
Dragon Rush 130 Physical
Dragon Tail 110 Physical
Dual Chop 130 Physical
Dynamax Cannon 140 Special
Eternabeam 150 Special
Outrage 140 Physical
Roar of Time 150 Special
Scale Shot 130 Physical
Spacial Rend 130 Special
Twister 90 Special


Games Description
SwSh A Dragon-type attack that Gigantamax Duraludon use. Reduces the PP of the last move used.


Gigantamax Duraludon can use G-Max Depletion if it knows a damaging Dragon-type move.

In the anime

Gigantamax Duraludon

The Gigantamaxed user attacks the opponent with a tornado of draconic energy.
Pokémon Method
User First Used In Notes
  Red swirls of energy appear around Gigantamax Duraludon's body. The energy is then fired at the opponent, forming a vortex of purple energy around them, with blue dragon's-wing-shaped masses of energy circling around the vortex.
Raihan's Duraludon Aim For The Eight! Debut
Base move is
Breaking Swipe

In the manga

Pokémon Adventures

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 超極巨劣化衰變 Chīu Gihkgeuih Lyutfa-Sēuibin
Mandarin 超極巨劣化衰變 / 超极巨劣化衰变 Chāo Jíjù Lièhuà-Shuāibiàn
  Czech G-maxí vyčerpání
  French Usure G-Max
  German Giga-Dämpfer
  Italian Gigalogoramento
  Korean 거다이감쇠 Geodai Gamsoe
  Polish G-Maxi Wyczerpanie
Portuguese   Brazil Esgotamento G-Max
  Portugal Desgaste G-Max
  Spanish Gigadesgaste

Max Moves
Max StrikeMax KnuckleMax AirstreamMax OozeMax Quake
Max RockfallMax FlutterbyMax PhantasmMax Steelspike
Max FlareMax GeyserMax OvergrowthMax LightningMax Mindstorm
Max HailstormMax WyrmwindMax DarknessMax StarfallMax Guard
G-Max Moves
G-Max Vine LashG-Max WildfireG-Max CannonadeG-Max Befuddle
G-Max Volt CrashG-Max Gold RushG-Max Chi StrikeG-Max Terror
G-Max Foam BurstG-Max ResonanceG-Max CuddleG-Max Replenish
G-Max MalodorG-Max MeltdownG-Max Drum SoloG-Max Fireball
G-Max HydrosnipeG-Max Wind RageG-Max GravitasG-Max Stonesurge
G-Max VolcalithG-Max TartnessG-Max SweetnessG-Max Sandblast
G-Max Stun ShockG-Max CentifernoG-Max SmiteG-Max SnoozeG-Max Finale
G-Max SteelsurgeG-Max DepletionG-Max One BlowG-Max Rapid Flow

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