Soul-Stealing 7-Star Strike (move)

Soul-Stealing 7-Star Strike
七星奪魂腿 Seven-Star Soul-Stealing Kick
Soul-Stealing 7-Star Strike VII.png
Soul-Stealing 7-Star Strike VII 2.png
Type  Ghost
Category  Physical
PP  — (max. —)
Power  195
Accuracy  —%
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  • Makes 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 anyone adjacent to the user
Introduced  Generation VII
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Appeal  0  
Jam  0  
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Soul-Stealing 7-Star Strike (Japanese: 七星奪魂腿 Seven-Star Soul-Stealing Kick) is a damage-dealing Ghost-type Z-Move introduced in Generation VII. It is the exclusive Z-Move of Marshadow and an upgraded version of its signature move, Spectral Thief.


Generation VII

Soul-Stealing 7-Star Strike inflicts damage and has no secondary effect.

Generation VIII onwards

Soul-Stealing 7-Star Strike cannot be selected in a battle.


Games Description
SMUSUM After obtaining Z-Power, the user, Marshadow, punches and kicks the target consecutively with full force.
This move can't be used. It's recommended that this move is forgotten. Once forgotten, this move can't be remembered.


Marshadow, or a Pokémon transformed into Marshadow, can use Soul-Stealing 7-Star Strike if it knows Spectral Thief, holds Marshadium Z, and if its Trainer wears a Z-RingSM or Z-Power RingUSUM.

In the anime

Firing the orbs
After obtaining Z-Power, the user, Marshadow, punches and kicks the target consecutively with full force.
Pokémon Method
User First Used In Notes
  Marshadow turns into its Zenith form and its body becomes surrounded in a light-yellow aura that briefly assumes a humanoid form. Marshadow then rapidly punches the air in front of it, firing seven light blue orbs of energy from its fists at the opponent before jumping towards the opponent and kicking them with one of its feet.
Marshadow (M20) I Choose You! Debut
Base move never used

In the manga

Get Fired Up, Marshadow!




In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 七星奪魂腿 Chātsēng Dyuhtwàhntéui
Mandarin 七星奪魂腿 / 七星夺魂腿 Qīxīng Duóhúntuǐ
  French Fauche-Âme des Sept Étoiles
  German Sternbild des Seelenraubes
  Italian Colpo Eptastellare Rubanima
  Korean 칠성탈혼퇴 Chilseong Talhontoe
  Russian Опустошающий Семизвёздочный Удар Opustoshayushchiy Semizvyozdochnyy Udar
  Spanish Constelación Robaalmas
  Vietnamese Thất Tinh Đoạt Hồn

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Subzero SlammerDevastating DrakeBlack Hole EclipseTwinkle Tackle
Species-based Z-Moves
Catastropika10,000,000 Volt ThunderboltStoked SparksurferExtreme Evoboost
Pulverizing PancakeGenesis SupernovaSinister Arrow RaidMalicious Moonsault
Oceanic OperettaSplintered StormshardsLet's Snuggle ForeverClangorous Soulblaze
Guardian of AlolaSearing Sunraze SmashMenacing Moonraze Maelstrom
Light That Burns the SkySoul-Stealing 7-Star Strike

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