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Bonemerang (Japanese: ホネブーメラン Bone Boomerang) is a damage-dealing Ground-type multi-strike move introduced in Generation I. It is one of the signature moves of the Cubone evolutionary line.
Bonemerang inflicts damage, striking twice per use. Although only the first hit can be a critical hit, the second hit will deal the same amount of damage.
Bonemerang will not hit twice if the first hit breaks a substitute. Bide and Counter will only acknowledge the second hit of this move.
Same as Generation I, but both hits will do damage independently, consequently enabling either of them to be critical.
Same as previous generations, except it will continue attacking after a substitute is broken.
Unlike previous generations, if the first hit activates the target's Focus Sash, Focus Band, or Sturdy, the second hit will cause the defending Pokémon to faint; however, Focus Band can still activate again to prevent fainting, but each chance is independent of the previous one. Each hit will cause Weak Armor to activate.
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|| A boomerang made of bone is thrown to inflict damage twice -- on the way out and on its return.
|| A boomerang made of bone is thrown to inflict damage twice, on the way out and on return.
|| An attack that strikes twice.
|| Throws a bone boomerang that strikes twice.
|| The user throws a bone that hits the foe once, then once again on return.
|| The user throws the bone it holds. The bone loops to hit the foe twice, coming and going.
|| The user throws the bone it holds. The bone loops to hit the target twice, coming and going.
|Bold indicates a Pokémon gains STAB from this move.|
Italics indicates a Pokémon whose evolution or alternate form receives STAB from this move.
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