Oceanic Operetta (move)
| Oceanic Operetta|
わだつみのシンフォニア Sea God's Symphonia
Oceanic Operetta (Japanese: わだつみのシンフォニア Sea God's Symphonia) is a damage-dealing Water-type Z-Move introduced in Generation VII. It is the exclusive Z-Move of Primarina and an upgraded version of its signature move, Sparkling Aria.
Oceanic Operetta inflicts damage and has no secondary effect.
Oceanic Operetta cannot be selected in a battle.
In the anime
|Ida||Lana||Ida's Primarina||Lana's Primarina|
|The user creates a gigantic bubble ball and smashes the target.|
|User||First Used In||Notes|
|Primarina||Primarina strikes a series of synchronized poses with its Trainer to build Z-Power. It then sings a song and generates a gigantic bubble from it nose. Primarina then moves the bubble over the opponent and sings another song, causing the bubble to burst.|
|Ida's Primarina||Evolving Research!|| Debut|
Base move never used
|Lana's Primarina||A Fiery Training Camp Trick!||None|
- During the animation of Oceanic Operetta, Primarina's body is reversed symmetrically, with its tail on the right side of its body instead of its left. This change is not apparent for any other Pokémon or Z-Move.
- Despite its name, and the fact that it is an upgraded version of Sparkling Aria, Oceanic Operetta is not a sound-based move.
In other languages
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