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Fly (move)

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'''Fly''' (Japanese: '''{{tt|そらをとぶ|Sora wo Tobu}}''' ''Fly'') is a damage-dealing {{type|Flying}} [[move]] introduced in [[Generation I]]. It is [[HM02]] in [[Generation]]s {{gen|I}} through {{gen|VI}} and [[TM76]] in [[Generation VII]]. In [[Pokémon Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!]], it is [[TM14]].
The user can now be hit by {{m|Gust}}, {{m|Thunder}}, {{m|Twister}}, and {{m|Whirlwind}} during the semi-invulnerable turn of Fly, and will receive double damage from Gust and Twister.
The user may also be hit in the air if it was previously targeted by {{m|Lock-On}} or {{m|Mind Reader}}, and then struck the following turn, unless said move was {{m|Magnitude}}, {{m|Earthquake}}, or {{m|Fissure}}. Swift, Bide, and Transform no longer hit on their own during the semi-invulnerable turn of Fly.
In this generation, due to a glitch, when {{m|Lock-On}} or {{m|Mind Reader}} are in effect, the moves {{m|Attract}}, {{m|Curse}}, {{m|Foresight}}, {{m|Mean Look}}, {{m|Mimic}}, {{m|Nightmare}}, {{m|Spider Web}}, and {{m|Transform}} cannot hit targets in the semi-invulnerable turn of Fly, and moves cannot lower stats of targets in the semi-invulnerable turn of Fly ([[status move]]s such as {{m|String Shot}} will fail, and [[additional effect]]s of moves such as {{m|Bubble}} will not activate).
====Generation III====
====Generation IV onwards====
Fly's base [[power]] was [[List of modified moves|increased]] from 70 to 90. The user is now unable to avoid moves used by Pokémon with the Ability {{a|No Guard}} during the semi-invulnerable turn of Fly, and unable to avoid moves if it has No Guard. It can also be hit with {{m|Hurricane}}, {{m|Smack Down}}, and {{m|Thousand Arrows}}. If Smack Down or Thousand Arrows hits, the user of Fly will be knocked down, cancelling the move.
If a [[Power Herb]] is held by the user, Fly can be executed in one turn.
===Outside of battle===
Players can fly to locations they have visited. Most possible Fly destinations are places with [[Pokémon Center]]s, primarily cities and towns, but other significant locations can be flown to as well. Generally, simply entering a flyable location is all that is required to be able to use Fly for that location. There are some exceptions, however, such as [[Opelucid City]] in {{2v2|Black|White}} where the player must first view the [[Team Plasma]] event, [[Lacunosa Town]] in {{2v2|Black|White|2}} where the player must first encounter [[Professor Juniper]] and [[Bianca]], and [[Ever Grande City]] in {{3v2|Ruby|Sapphire|Emerald}} where the player must first climb the waterfall. The [[Johto]] {{gdis|Battle Frontier]]|IV}}, by contrast, can automatically be accessed after the [[National Pokédex]] is obtained.
In [[Generation II]], the player cannot use Fly to move between Kanto and Johto. In {{2v2|HeartGold|SoulSilver}}, this is changed, and the player can now use [[Indigo Plateau]] or {{rt|26|Kanto}} as a way station between regions.
===By [[TM]]/[[HM]]===
==In the anime==
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{{moveanime|type=flying|exp=yes|gen=The user soars into the air, then strikes. It can also be used for flying anywhere.|image1=Juanita Golurk Black Fly.png|image1p=Golurk|image2=Juanita Golurk White Fly.png|image2p=Shiny Golurk}}
{{movep|type=flying|ms=623|pkmn=Golurk|method=Golurk pulls its legs and hands into its body and releases powerful orange or {{tt|light blue|Shiny}} flames from the sockets to propel it into the air like a rocket. It then flies forward and slams its body into the opponent.}}
|genV=Fly V
|genVI2=Fly 2
====Spin-offSide series games====
====Spin-off series games====
* In {{g|Colosseum}}, {{p|Charizard}} and {{p|Salamence}} dive into the ground on the second turn of Fly.
* Many Pokémon noted for their ability to fly over long distances are unable to learn this move, such as {{p|Yanmega}}, which is easily capable of transporting an adult in flight according to its [[Pokédex]] entry from {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s|HeartGold}}. Conversely, Pokémon such as {{p|Vullaby}} can learn it despite Pokédex entries stating they are incapable of flight.
* Despite [[Bug (type)|Bug]]/[[Flying (type)|Flying]] being the second most common type combination, the only Bug types being able to learn Fly are {{p|Volcarona}} and {{p|Genesect}}, which are not Flying-types.
* In {{g|Colosseum}}, {{p|Charizard}} and {{p|Salamence}} dive into the ground on the second turn of Fly.
* When {{p|Doduo}} and {{p|Dodrio}} use Fly in the 3D side-series games, they will be shown running in midair.
* The {{tc|Sightseer}} who gives out [[TM76]] (Fly) in {{pkmn|Sun and Moon|Pokémon Sun, Moon}}, {{pkmn|Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon|Ultra Sun, and Ultra Moon}} says that although the machine is an HM in [[Johto]] because of its rarity, it is "just another TM" in [[Alola]].
* {{p|Corviknight}} will serve the role of taxi Pokémon in {{pkmn|Sword and Shield|Pokémon Sword and Shield}}, which replaces Fly as an [[HM]].
** Additionally, it bears a resemblance to the bird-like shape seen flying the player character when Fly is used outside of battle.
==In other languages==
|ko=공중날기 ''Gongjung{{tt|Gongjungnalgi|Aerial Nalgiflying}}''
|pt_eu=Voo<br>Voar{{tt|*|Platinum manual}}
[[Category:Moves with a semi-invulnerable turn]]
[[Category:Moves with a charging turn]]
[[Category:Moves in Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!]]