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Let's Snuggle Forever (move)

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==Learnset==
{{p|Mimikyu}} can use Let's Snuggle Forever if it knows {{m|Play Rough}}, [[held item|holds]] a [[Mimikium Z]], and if its {{pkmn|Trainer}} wears a [[Z-Power Ring]].
 
==In other games==
===[[Super Smash Bros.]] series===
In [[Super Smash Bros. Ultimate]], {{p|Mimikyu}} that appear from [[Poké Balls]] use Let's Snuggle Forever on any opponent who gets too close to it. Unlike its depiction in the [[core series]] {{pkmn|games}}, Mimikyu grabs its target instead of jumping on top of it. If the target is at 100% damage or more, they will be instantly knocked out, and Mimikyu will leave behind its disguise and presumably depart afterwards.
 
==In the anime==
{{movep|type=fairy|ms=778|pkmn=Mimikyu|method=Mimikyu strikes a series of synchronized poses with its Trainer to build Z-Power. It then jumps towards its opponent, expands the size of its disguise, and lands over the opponent, covering them. While it is inside its rag, Mimikyu attacks the opponent.}}
{{movebtm|type=fairy|user=Jessie's Mimikyu|startcode=SM076|startname=A Battle Hand-Off!|notes=Debut<br>Base move is<br>{{mcolor|Play Rough|{{fairy color dark}}}}}}
 
==In other games==
In [[Super Smash Bros. Ultimate]], {{p|Mimikyu}} that appear from [[Poké Balls]] use Let's Snuggle Forever on any opponent who gets too close to them. Unlike its depiction in the [[core series]] {{pkmn|games}}, Mimikyu grabs its target instead of jumping on top of it. If the target is at 100% damage or more, they will be instantly knocked out, and Mimikyu will leave behind its disguise and presumably depart afterwards.
 
==In other languages==
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