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Mega Effects

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List of Mega Effects: No, the Mega Hoenn starter/ghost team still have that error in their description; I just checked.
Mega Effects are special skills in [[Pokémon Shuffle]]. These skills are activated with a combination of a Mega Stone and a certain number of icons matches for the specific Pokémon. It is only possible to have one Pokémon Mega Effect in use at any time due to only being able to have one Mega Evolution on any stage.
 
Each Mega Effect can either erase or replace Pokémon icons and {{DL|Pokémon Shuffle|Disruptions}} in the puzzle area. The kinds of tiles targeted differ depending on the effect. If the Mega Effect erases icons, each non-empty tile that is erased boosts the amount of damage dealt to the opponent. If a Mega match and at least one non-Mega match are made simultaneously and have equal priority, the Mega match will activate last.
 
Mega {{p|Mewtwo}} X and Mega {{p|Charizard}} X will change type from {{t|Psychic}} to {{t|Fighting}} or {{t|Fire}} to {{t|Dragon}}, respectively, upon Mega Evolving. If the player has obtained one of those Pokémon and both of their respective Mega Stones, they will have separate entries in the Pokémon list for each Mega Stone. Only one of each may be used as a support Pokémon; EXP and Skill levels are shared between them, but Mega Speedups are not.
 
Mega Effects are special skills in [[Pokémon Shuffle]]. These skills are activated with a combination of a Mega Stone and a certain number of icons matches for the specific Pokémon. It is only possible to have one Pokémon Mega Effect in use at any time due to only being able to have one Mega Evolution on any stage.
 
| {{tt|Spooky Mega {{p|Sableye}}|Labeled as Costumed Mega Sableye when it was released}}
{{typetable|Ghost}}
| ReplacesErases Pokémon (max 3) of the same type as Mega Sableye.
 
<small>Formerly,Actually theconverts descriptionthree wastiles &quot;Erasescontaining Pokémona (maxsingle 3) of the sameGhost type asinto Mega Sableye.&quot; in previous versions.</small>
| 14
| 7
| Mega {{p|Sceptile}}
{{typetable|Grass}}
| ReplacesErases Pokémon (max 3) of the same type as Mega Sceptile.
 
<small>Formerly,Actually theconverts descriptionthree wastiles &quot;Erasescontaining Pokémona (maxsingle 3) of the sameGrass type asinto Mega Sceptile.&quot; in previous versions.</small>
| 12
| {{tt|6|3 prior to Version 1.4.6 (3DS)/1.10 (Mobile)}}
| Mega {{p|Blaziken}}
{{typetable|Fire}}
| ReplacesErases Pokémon (max 3) of the same type as Mega Blaziken.
 
<small>Formerly,Actually theconverts descriptionthree wastiles &quot;Erasescontaining Pokémona (maxsingle 3) of the sameFire type asinto Mega Blaziken.&quot; in previous versions.</small>
| 12
| {{tt|6|3 prior to Version 1.4.6 (3DS)/1.10 (Mobile)}}
| Mega {{p|Swampert}}
{{typetable|Water}}
| ReplacesErases Pokémon (max 3) of the same type as Mega Swampert.
 
<small>Formerly,Actually theconverts descriptionthree wastiles &quot;Erasescontaining Pokémona (maxsingle 3) of the sameWater type asinto Mega Swampert.&quot; in previous versions.</small>
| 12
| {{tt|6|3 prior to Version 1.4.6 (3DS)/1.10 (Mobile)}}
| {{tt|Spooky Mega {{p|Gengar}}|Labeled as Costumed Mega Gengar when it was released}}
{{typetable|Poison}}
| ReplacesErases Pokémon (max 3) of the same type as Mega Gengar.
 
<small>Formerly,Actually theconverts descriptionthree wastiles &quot;Erasescontaining Pokémona (maxsingle 3) of the samePoison type asinto Mega Gengar.&quot; in previous versions.</small>
| 14
| 7
| Mega {{p|Mewtwo}} X
{{typetable|Fighting}}
| ReplacesErases Pokémon (max 3) of the same type as Mega Mewtwo X.
 
<small>Formerly, the description was &quot;Erases Pokémon (max 3) of the same type as Mega Mewtwo X.&quot; in previous versions.</small>
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