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Own Tempo (Ability)

267 bytes removed, 18 March
Effect: I think this is simpler (and less confusing)
====Generation III====
If a Pokémon with Own Tempo is confused due to obtaining it from {{m|Baton Pass}}, it will be cured of confusion as soon as it switches in. If a Pokémon with {{a|Trace}} is sent into battle via Baton Pass and is confused as a result, if it gains Own Tempo via Trace it will not be cured of confusion until after a Pokémon takes its turn (uses a move, switches out, etc.).
 
If a Pokémon is confused and has a [[status condition]], if its confusion is cured by Own Tempo, the status condition icon will not disappear.
 
If the Pokémon with this Ability is confused and is holding a {{b|Persim}}, {{b|Lum}}, or [[Touga Berry]], Own Tempo will cure the Pokémon of confusion before the Berry has a chance to be consumed.
If a Pokémon with {{a|Trace}} is sent into battle via Baton Pass and is confused as a result, if it gains Own Tempo via Trace it will be cured of confusion immediately.
 
IfIn Generation IV only, if a Pokémon is confused and has a [[status condition]], if its confusion is cured by Own Tempo, the status condition icon will disappear from the HP bar while it is in battle. The status condition will continue to take effect, however.
 
====Generation V to VII====
If a Pokémon with Own Tempo is confused due to obtaining it from {{m|Baton Pass}}, it will not be cured of confusion until after a Pokémon takes its turn (uses a move, switches out, etc.).
 
If a Pokémon is confused and has a [[status condition]], if its confusion is cured by Own Tempo, the status condition icon will not disappear.
 
If the Pokémon with this Ability is confused and is holding a {{b|Persim}} or [[Lum Berry]], the Berry will be eaten before Own Tempo cures the Pokémon of confusion.