Sing puts the target to
In the Generation I handheld games only, Sing can affect a target behind a
Sing can no longer affect a target behind a substitute.
Insomnia, Vital Spirit or Soundproof as their Ability are unaffected by Sing.
Sing can also be used as part of a
Pokémon Contest combination causing Perish Song and Refresh to have their base appeal points doubled if used in the next turn.
Generation VI onward
Sing can once again affect a target behind a substitute. Pokémon under the effect of
Sweet Veil are unaffected by Sing.
Sing can be used as part of a Contest Spectacular combination, causing certain moves (
Dream Eater, Hex, Nightmare and Wake-Up Slap) to give an extra three appeal points if used in the next turn.
If powered up by a
Normalium Z into Z-Sing, the user's Speed stat is raised by one stage.
Stad A special Normal-type technique. A soothing melody lulls the target to sleep.
Stad2 A special Normal-type move. A soothing melody lulls the target to sleep.
G S C May cause the foe to fall asleep.
R S E A soothing song lulls the foe into a deep slumber.
XD A soothing song lulls the target into a deep slumber.
FR LG A soothing song in a calming voice lulls the foe into a deep slumber.
D P Pt HG SS
P B R A soothing lullaby is sung in a calming voice that puts the foe into a deep slumber.
B W B2 W2 X Y OR AS
S M US UM A soothing lullaby is sung in a calming voice that puts the target into a deep slumber.
Learnset In other games
Sing is Jigglypuff's up special. The move puts all ground-bound users near Jigglypuff to sleep, and does not affect players in the air. The more damage the opponent has taken, the longer they sleep. Unlike most up specials, Sing does not act as a recovery move.
MD R B Makes the target go to sleep, causing it to be incapable of action.
MD T D S Afflicts the targeted enemy with a Sleep status condition. A Pokémon with the Sleep status is incapable of action.
B S L てきポケモンを すいみんじょうたいにかえる すいみんじょうたいのポケモンは こうどうできない
MD GtI It causes the Sleep status condition to an enemy. With the Sleep status, it can't do anything.
S MD It makes an enemy go to sleep.
Monopoly: Pokémon Exclusive Kanto Edition
Use at the end of your turn, everyone else falls asleep! You may immediately take an extra turn.
In the anime
Delcatty A soothing lullaby is sung in a calming voice that puts the foe into a deep slumber.
First Used In
Jigglypuff Jigglypuff sings a beautiful lullaby, causing anyone who hears it to fall asleep, or Jigglypuff releases colored musical notes from its mouth when it sings. When the music notes hit the opponent, it falls asleep.
The Song of Jigglypuff Debut
A giant Jigglypuff
The Ancient Puzzle of Pokémopolis None
The Legend of Thunder! None
Lisa Mitchum's Jigglypuff
Rough, Tough Jigglypuff None
A Coordinator's Jigglypuff
May, We Harley Drew'd Ya! None
Chansey Chansey puts its hands in front of it and sings, making the opponent drowsy and fall asleep.
Multiple Nurse Joy's Chansey
Ignorance is Blissey None
Swablu Swablu sings a soothing melody and transparent circles come out of its mouth. Anything that hears the song and is hit with the shockwave instantly falls asleep.
A wild Swablu
True Blue Swablu None
Marill Marill sings a lullaby and multicolored music notes come out of its mouth. When the opponent hears the lullaby, it falls asleep.
Pikachu's Exploration Club None
Kricketune Kricketune puts its scythes together and rubs them against each other. Then, its body starts to glow white and golden music notes come out of its body at the opponent.
Dawn's Early Night! None
Delcatty Delcatty sings and multicolored music notes come out of its mouth. When the music notes hit the opponent, the opponent falls asleep.
Battling the Generation Gap! None
Chingling Chingling sings a note and multicolored music notes come out of its mouth.
A Coordinator's Chingling
Yes in Dee Dee, It's Dawn! Chingling
Sing cannot legally learn
Chimecho Chimecho sings a note and multicolored music notes come out of its mouth.
A Coordinator's Chimecho
Yes in Dee Dee, It's Dawn! Chimecho
Sing cannot legally learn
Kricketot Kricketot dances about and it produces a sound of wood wind chimes. Multicolored music notes then come out from in between its antennae and float around.
Last Call - First Round! Kricketot
Sing cannot legally learn
Minccino Minccino sings a lullaby and multicolored music notes come out of its mouth. When the opponent hears the lullaby, it falls asleep.
A wild Minccino
Komala Komala sings a lullaby, making its opponent fall asleep.
Samson Oak's Komala
Let Sleeping Pokémon Lie! None
In the manga
In The Electric Tale of Pikachu manga
In the Magical Pokémon Journey manga
In the Pokémon Adventures manga
In the Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Adventure! manga
In the Pokémon Gotta Catch 'Em All manga
The user sings a song with musical notes coming out of it that causes nearby Pokémon and humans to fall asleep.
First Chapter Used In
Jigglypuff Jigglypuff sings a song with musical notes coming out of it that causes humans and Pokémon to fall asleep.
The Terrible Twins, Rin & Ran Debut
In the Pokémon Pocket Monsters manga
In the Pokémon Zensho manga In other generations
Core series games
Side series games
Spin-off series games Trivia
Pokémon Yellow, there is a Trainer in the Pewter City Pokémon Center whose Jigglypuff puts the player's Pikachu to sleep after singing. Although the player's Pikachu will not follow them until it is talked to or until the player exits the Pokémon Center, Pikachu will not be inflicted with the sleep status at any point. Although sound-based moves were not flagged as such until Generation III, Sing's move index number falls near other Generation I sound-based moves: Growl, Roar, and Supersonic. In other languages