Max Strike (move)
ダイアタック Dai Attack
If Max Strike is used with Multi-Attack or Techno Blast as its base move while the user is holding a Memory or a Drive, respectively, Max Strike turns into the Max Move of the type corresponding to the type of Memory or Drive held by the user.
If Max Strike is used during weather with Weather Ball as its base move, it turns into the Max Move of the type corresponding to the type Weather Ball would be in that weather. In a similar way, if Max Strike is used during terrain with Terrain Pulse as its base move, it turns into the Max Move of the type corresponding to the type Terrain Pulse would be in that terrain.
Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl
Max Strike cannot be selected in a battle.
In other games
|Lowers the Speed of all opposing sync pairs by 2 stat ranks.
|Palmer & Regigigas
In the anime
|The Dynamaxed user strikes the ground, causing energy to erupt across the battlefield and towards the target.
|First Used In
|Dynamax Gyarados strikes its tail into the ground, sending sparks of energy across the battlefield and towards the opponent. When the sparks reach the opponent, the ground underneath them explodes.
|Flash of the Titans!
Base move is
|Gigantamax Pikachu jumps into the air, creating yellow glowing cracks on the ground as it lands. The cracks spread toward the opponent, and as they reach them, a burst of yellow energy erupts from the ground underneath the opponent.
|The Climb to Be the Very Best!
|Base move is
|Gigantamax Machamp stomps the ground with one of its feet, creating glowing cracks on the ground underneath the opponent. A burst of energy then erupts from the cracks.
|A Battle of Mega Versus Max!
|Base move is Strength
|Dynamax Dragonite stomps the ground with one of its feet, creating blue glowing cracks that travel at the opponent and go under it, hurting it.
|Pride of a Champion!
|Base move is
In the manga
|The Dynamaxed user causes the ground to erupt beneath the opponent.
|First Chapter Used In
|Dynamax Eldegoss causes the ground underneath the opponent to crack. A burst of energy then erupts from the ground, sending the opponent flying.
|Blinding!! The End of the Battle
|Gigantamax Drednaw stomps on the opponent with one of its feet.
|Splish Splash!! Gigantamax Battle
In other generations
Spin-off series games
In other languages
|This article is part of Project Moves and Abilities, a Bulbapedia project that aims to write comprehensive articles on two related aspects of the Pokémon games.