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==Effect==
 
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===In battle===
 
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Bad Dreams causes {{status|Sleep|sleeping}} opponents to lose health each turn. At the end of each turn, each Pokémon that is asleep will lose 1/8 of its maximum HP.
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Bad Dreams causes {{status|Sleep|sleeping}} opponents to lose health each turn. At the end of each turn, each Pokémon that is asleep will lose 1/8 of its maximum HP. Darkrai cannot fall asleep either.
   
 
===Outside of battle===
 
===Outside of battle===

Revision as of 06:09, 29 July 2010

Bad Dreams ナイトメア
Nightmare
Flavor text
Generation IV
Reduces a sleeping foe's HP.
Generation V
Currently unknown
Generation VI
Currently unknown

Bad Dreams (Japanese: ナイトメア Nightmare) is an ability introduced in Generation IV. Darkrai is the only Pokémon that has this ability.

Effect

In battle

Bad Dreams causes sleeping opponents to lose health each turn. At the end of each turn, each Pokémon that is asleep will lose 1/8 of its maximum HP. Darkrai cannot fall asleep either.

Outside of battle

Bad Dreams has no effect outside of battle.

Pokémon with Bad Dreams

Single ability

# Pokémon Type
491 Darkrai Darkrai Dark
Darkrai
Darkrai
Darkrai
Darkrai
Darkrai

Dual ability

No Pokémon have Bad Dreams as one of their two abilities.

In the anime

Darkrai. If the opponent falls asleep around Darkrai, they immediately start to have nightmares.

In other languages

  • Dutch: Boze Dromen
  • French: Mauvais Rêve
  • German: Alptraum
  • Italian: Sogniamari
  • Spanish: Mal Sueño