Difference between revisions of "Gear (Rumble Rush)"

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[[File:Status screen Rumble Rush.png|thumb|200px|Solrock with one summon gear socket and two power gear sockets]]
'''Gears''' (Japanese: '''ギア''' ''Gear'') are items in {{g|Rumble Rush}} which provide various useful boosts when equipped to Pokémon. They were developed by the Adventurers Club and are obtained by refining {{DL|Pokémon Rumble Rush|Ores}}. They can also be purchased using Platinum Points at the My Nintendo website.
 
Gears start at Lv. 1, and can be upgraded using the corresponding Upgrade Kit for the respective Geargear. Upgrade Kits can be obtained by refining Ores and by sending Gearsgears to the club.
 
There are two types of Gearsgears - Powerpower Gearsgears and Summonsummon Gearsgears. All Pokémon have one slotsocket to equip a Summonsummon Gearsear, and can have one or two slotssocket to equip Powerpower Gearsgears. Pokémon given to the player at the start of a new event do not have any Geargear slotssockets.
 
==Power Geargear==
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Since Mewtwo Sea, power gears have been categorized into three types: style power gear, Pokémon power gear, and other power gear. Pokémon with only one socket can equip one style or other power gear, but cannot equip a Pokémon power gear. Pokémon with two sockets can fit one style/other gear, and another Pokémon/other gear, but cannot equip two style or two Pokémon gears.
 
===Style power gear===
Style power gear are denoted by the presence of two cogs around the gear. These gears provide a CP boost to the Pokémon, while also boosting certain types of moves.
 
{| class="sortable roundy" style="margin:auto; text-align:center; background:#{{fire color}}; border:3px solid #{{fire color dark}}"
| [[File:Gear Charge Boost Rumble Rush.png|80px]]
| Charge Boost
| Increases CP by 50{{tt|*|Added effect since Mewtwo Sea}}<br>Its Attack goes up on charged moves
| +50
| 50{{tt|*|10 prior to Mewtwo Sea}}
| All islands
|- style="background:#fff"
| [[File:Gear Move Rumble Rush.png|80px]]
| Move Gear
| Increases CP by 5
| +5
| 3
| Tutorial
|- style="background:#fff"
| [[File:Gear Lobbler Rumble Rush.png|80px]]
| Lobbler
| Increases CP by 50<br>Its Attack goes up if its moves hit from far away
| +50
| 50
| [[File:Gear Grappler Rumble Rush.png|80px]]
| Grappler
| Increases CP by 50<br>Its Attack goes up if its moves hit from close up
| +50
| 50
| Since Mewtwo Sea
|- style="background:#fff"
| [[File:Gear Snappy Rumble Rush.png|80px]]
| Snappy
| Increases CP by 50{{tt|*|Only a small and variable increase in CP prior to Mewtwo Sea}}<br>Basic moves come out faster{{tt|*|Previous referred to as Move Prep Speed}}
| +50
| 50
| All islands
|}
 
===Pokémon power gear===
Pokémon power gear are denoted by the presence of three cogs around the gear. These gears provide a CP boost to a specific Pokémon family.
 
===Other power gear===
The rest of the power gears include the type-based gears, as well as Move Gear and Brawny. The type-based gears boost the CP of a Pokémon with a move of the corresponding type to the gear.
 
These power gears can be placed in any socket that a Pokémon has for power gears.
 
{| class="sortable roundy" style="margin:auto; text-align:center; background:#{{fire color}}; border:3px solid #{{fire color dark}}"
! style="background-color:#{{fire color light}}; {{roundytl|5px}}" colspan="2" | Power Gear
! style="background-color:#{{fire color light}}" | Effect
! style="background-color:#{{fire color light}}" | Effect Increase per Level
! style="background-color:#{{fire color light}}" | Level Limit
! style="background-color:#{{fire color light}}; {{roundytr|5px}}" | Availability
|- style="background:#fff"
| [[File:Gear Move Rumble Rush.png|80px]]
| Move Gear
| Increases CP by 5
| +5
| 3
| Tutorial
|- style="background:#fff"
| [[File:Gear Normal Rumble Rush.png|80px]]
| +50{{tt|*|10 prior to version 1.2.0}}
| 50{{tt|*|100 prior to version 1.2.0}}
| [[Snorlax Sea]], [[Gengar Sea]],<br>all islands sincefrom [[Garchomp Sea]] to [[Aegislash Sea]]
|- style="background:#fff"
| [[File:Gear Flying Rumble Rush.png|80px]]
| +50{{tt|*|10 prior to version 1.2.0}}
| 50{{tt|*|100 prior to version 1.2.0}}
| Snorlax Sea, [[Castform Sea]],<br>all islands sincefrom Garchomp Sea to Aegislash Sea
|- style="background:#fff"
| [[File:Gear Poison Rumble Rush.png|80px]]
| +50{{tt|*|10 prior to version 1.2.0}}
| 50{{tt|*|100 prior to version 1.2.0}}
| [[Dragonite Sea]], [[Celebi Sea]],<br>all islands sincefrom Garchomp Sea to Mewtwo Sea
|- style="background:#fff"
| [[File:Gear Ground Rumble Rush.png|80px]]
| +50
| 50
| [[Zapdos Sea]], Celebi Sea,<br>all islands sincefrom Garchomp Sea to Aegislash Sea
|- style="background:#fff"
| [[File:Gear Rock Rumble Rush.png|80px]]
| +50{{tt|*|10 prior to version 1.2.0}}
| 50{{tt|*|100 prior to version 1.2.0}}
| [[Pinsir Sea]], Jirachi Sea, Castform Sea,<br>all islands sincefrom Garchomp Sea to Aegislash Sea
|- style="background:#fff"
| [[File:Gear Bug Rumble Rush.png|80px]]
| +50{{tt|*|10 prior to version 1.2.0}}
| 50{{tt|*|100 prior to version 1.2.0}}
| [[Charizard Sea]], Pinsir Sea,<br>all islands sincefrom Garchomp Sea to Mewtwo Sea
|- style="background:#fff"
| [[File:Gear Ghost Rumble Rush.png|80px]]
| +50{{tt|*|10 prior to version 1.2.0}}
| 50{{tt|*|100 prior to version 1.2.0}}
| Pinsir Sea, Gengar Sea,<br>all islands sincefrom Garchomp Sea to Aegislash Sea
|- style="background:#fff"
| [[File:Gear Steel Rumble Rush.png|80px]]
| +50
| 50
| [[Jirachi Sea]],<br>all islands sincefrom Garchomp Sea to Aegislash Sea
|- style="background:#fff"
| [[File:Gear Fire Rumble Rush.png|80px]]
| +50{{tt|*|10 prior to version 1.2.0}}
| 50{{tt|*|100 prior to version 1.2.0}}
| Charizard Sea, Zapdos Sea, Jirachi Sea, Celebi Sea,<br>Castform Sea, all islands sincefrom Garchomp Sea to Mewtwo Sea
|- style="background:#fff"
| [[File:Gear Water Rumble Rush.png|80px]]
| +50{{tt|*|10 prior to version 1.2.0}}
| 50{{tt|*|100 prior to version 1.2.0}}
| Charizard Sea, Zapdos Sea, Celebi Sea, Castform Sea,<br>all islands sincefrom Garchomp Sea to Mewtwo Sea
|- style="background:#fff"
| [[File:Gear Grass Rumble Rush.png|80px]]
| +50{{tt|*|10 prior to version 1.2.0}}
| 50{{tt|*|100 prior to version 1.2.0}}
| Charizard Sea, Snorlax Sea, Pinsir Sea, Celebi Sea,<br>all islands sincefrom Garchomp Sea to Aegislash Sea
|- style="background:#fff"
| [[File:Gear Electric Rumble Rush.png|80px]]
| +50
| 50
| Zapdos Sea,<br>all islands sincefrom Garchomp Sea to Aegislash Sea
|- style="background:#fff"
| [[File:Gear Psychic Rumble Rush.png|80px]]
| +50{{tt|*|10 prior to version 1.2.0}}
| 50{{tt|*|100 prior to version 1.2.0}}
| Charizard Sea, Dragonite Sea, Gengar Sea,<br>all islands sincefrom Garchomp Sea to Mewtwo Sea
|- style="background:#fff"
| [[File:Gear Ice Rumble Rush.png|80px]]
| +50{{tt|*|10 prior to version 1.2.0}}
| 50{{tt|*|100 prior to version 1.2.0}}
| Snorlax Sea, Zapdos Sea, Jirachi Sea, Castform Sea,<br>all islands sincefrom Garchomp Sea to Aegislash Sea
|- style="background:#fff"
| [[File:Gear Dragon Rumble Rush.png|80px]]
| +50{{tt|*|10 prior to version 1.2.0}}
| 50{{tt|*|100 prior to version 1.2.0}}
| Dragonite Sea, Jirachi Sea,<br>all islands sincefrom Garchomp Sea to Aegislash Sea
|- style="background:#fff"
| [[File:Gear Dark Rumble Rush.png|80px]]
| +50{{tt|*|10 prior to version 1.2.0}}
| 50{{tt|*|100 prior to version 1.2.0}}
| Dragonite Sea, Pinsir Sea, Gengar Sea,<br>all islands sincefrom Garchomp Sea to Aegislash Sea
|- style="background:#fff"
| [[File:Gear Fairy Rumble Rush.png|80px]]
| +50{{tt|*|10 prior to version 1.2.0}}
| 50{{tt|*|100 prior to version 1.2.0}}
| Dragonite Sea,<br>all islands sincefrom Garchomp Sea to Aegislash Sea
|- style="background:#fff"
| [[File:Gear Brawny Rumble Rush.png|80px]]
| +200
| 10
| All islands
|- style="background:#fff"
| [[File:Gear Snappy Rumble Rush.png|80px]]
| Snappy
| Increases CP by 50{{tt|*|Only a small and variable increase in CP prior to Mewtwo Sea}}<br>Basic moves come out faster{{tt|*|Previous referred to as Move Prep Speed}}
| +50
| 50
| All islands
|}
 
==Summon Geargear==
'''Summon Gearsgears''' (Japanese: '''ミラーギア''' ''Mirror Gear'') are Gears which allow the player to summon an ally Pokémon to unleash a powerful attack. A Summonsummon Geargear can only be used once a gauge is filled up by defeating wild Pokémon. Summon Gearsgears can be upgraded to Lv. 3.
 
{| class="sortable roundy" style="margin:auto; text-align:center; background:#{{fire color}}; border:3px solid #{{fire color dark}}"
! style="background-color:#{{fire color light}}; {{roundytl|5px}}" colspan="2"| Summon Geargear
! style="background-color:#{{fire color light}}" | Base Effect Value
! style="background-color:#{{fire color light}}" | Lv. 2 Effect Value
}}</div>
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''Power Geargear''
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|ko=힘 기어 ''{{tt|Him Gear|Strength Gear}}''
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''Summon Geargear''
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|ko=미러 기어 ''Mirror Gear''
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