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Steelix (Duel 564)

ハガネール Haganeil
Evolution stage 2
Figure name Steelix
Move Points 1
Steel Ground
Rarity EX
Invisible Shiny Bulbasaur
Version 7.0.7
ID 564
Time Booster League Champion
Special Time Boosters None
Locked Booster Yes
Material Exchange 4000Material
For more information on the Pokémon this figure depicts, see Steelix.

Steelix (Japanese: ハガネール Haganeil) is a figure in Pokémon Duel. It was made available and added to Time Boosters in version 7.0.7.



High-Speed Drill こうそくドリル
When this Pokémon moves from the bench, it may move to a point 1 step away from an entry point. At the start of your turn, instead of an MP move, you may move this Pokémon through an adjacent Pokémon to a point next to that Pokémon. If it does either of these things, your turn ends.

Data Disk

Duel Z-Move.png Corkscrew Crash ちょうぜつらせんれんげき 96 pt.
If the battle opponent is knocked out, then after the battle, this Pokémon moves to a point 2 steps away.
Duel Z-Move.png Tectonic Rage ライジングランドオーバー 96 pt.
Knocks out the battle opponent.
Iron Tail アイアンテール 40 pt.
Miss ミス 4 pt.
Rock Polish ロックカット 28 pt.
Until the end of your next turn, the White Attacks of this Pokémon become Gold Attacks.
Take Away つれさる 24 pt.
If the battle opponent's MP is the same or higher than this Pokémon's MP, the battle opponent moves to your P.C. If it does, this Pokémon moves to the bench.
Leveling up the figure allows the size of non-miss segments to be increased and the size of miss segments to be decreased.
Every evolution this figure has undergone adds +10 damage and +1 ★.
Chain leveling allows the damage of an attack to be increased.

Release information

This figure was available for purchase in the Steelix Set from April 10 to May 13, 2019.



Iron Tail and Rock Polish are both moves in the Pokémon games that Steelix can learn. Corkscrew Crash and Tectonic Rage are Z-Moves in the games that Steelix can use by equipping Steelium Z and Groundium Z, respectively.

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