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(Trivia: Possible sense-making of Druddigon learning it (though it's still possible that they weren't actually thinking of this and it's just another "ZuBAT with Brave BIRD" case...))
(Trivia: Manga seems to go with the actual-eye-glare description too, based on the images above)
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
* Druddigon can learn this move, which is known as へびにらみ ''Hebinimari'' (Snake Glare) in Japanese, despite not being based on a snake. This may be because Western dragons and snakes are both sometimes depicted as being capable of influencing their victims with eye contact, either by using some magical ability to immobilize those that look into their eyes or simply paralyzing them with fear.
 
* Druddigon can learn this move, which is known as へびにらみ ''Hebinimari'' (Snake Glare) in Japanese, despite not being based on a snake. This may be because Western dragons and snakes are both sometimes depicted as being capable of influencing their victims with eye contact, either by using some magical ability to immobilize those that look into their eyes or simply paralyzing them with fear.
* The descriptions of the move in {{2v2|FireRed|LeafGreen}}, [[Generation IV]], and [[Generation V]] state that "''The user intimidates the {{tt|target|foe in Generations III and IV}} with the pattern on its belly''", a description that seems to be intended specifically for Arbok; none of the other Pokémon that learn Glare have intimidating patterns on their bellies. The anime and the Pokémon Stadium series portray Glare as a literal glare at the opponent instead.
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* The descriptions of the move in {{2v2|FireRed|LeafGreen}}, [[Generation IV]], and [[Generation V]] state that "''The user intimidates the {{tt|target|foe in Generations III and IV}} with the pattern on its belly''", a description that seems to be intended specifically for Arbok; none of the other Pokémon that learn Glare have intimidating patterns on their bellies. The anime, manga, and Pokémon Stadium series portray Glare as a literal glare at the opponent instead.
   
 
==In other languages==
 
==In other languages==

Revision as of 21:30, 20 July 2013

If you were looking for the move whose Japanese name is Glare, see Leer.

Glare
へびにらみ Snake Glare
Glare.png
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Type  Normal
Category  Status
PP  30 (max. 48)
Power  —
Accuracy  90%
Priority  {{{priority}}}
Target
Foe Foe Foe
Self Ally Ally
May affect anyone adjacent to the user
Availability
Introduced  Generation I
Condition  Tough
Appeal  1
Jam  3 ♥♥♥
Badly startles those that have made appeals.
Condition  Tough
Appeal  2 ♥♥
Prevents the Voltage from going down in the same turn.
Condition  Tough
Appeal  0  
Jamming  0  

Glare (Japanese: へびにらみ Snake Glare) is a non-damaging Normal-type move introduced in Generation I. Prior to Generation II, it was the signature move of the Ekans evolutionary line.

Effect

Generation I to IV

Glare paralyzes the target.

Generation V

The accuracy of Glare is increased from 75 to 90.

Description

Games Description
Stad The target is transfixed with terrifying sharp eyes. The target is frightened into paralysis.
Stad2 Transfixes the enemy with terrifying sharp eyes, frightening it into paralysis.
GSC A move that may cause paralysis.
RSE Intimidates and frightens the foe into paralysis.
Colo.XD Intimidates and frightens the target into paralysis.
FRLGDPPtHGSS The user intimidates the foe with the pattern on its belly to cause paralysis.
BWB2W2 The user intimidates the target with the pattern on its belly to cause paralysis.

Learnset

By leveling up

# Pokémon Type Level
I II III IV V VI
023 Ekans Ekans Poison Poison 24 23 20 12 12 '
024 Arbok Arbok Poison Poison 27 25 20 12 12 '
206 Dunsparce Dunsparce Normal Normal   13 14 13 12 28 '
336 Seviper Seviper Poison Poison     25 25 25 23 '
Bold indicates a Pokémon gains STAB from this move.
Italics indicates a Pokémon whose evolution or alternate form receives STAB from this move.


By breeding

# Pokémon Type Father
II III IV V VI
495 Snivy Snivy Grass Grass EkansArbokDunsparceSeviper
621 Druddigon Druddigon Dragon Dragon EkansArbokSeviper
Bold indicates a Pokémon gains STAB from this move.
Italics indicates a Pokémon whose evolution or alternate form receives STAB from this move.


In the anime

None.png Dunsparce Glare.png Jessie Arbok Glare.png None.png
Dunsparce Arbok
The user intimidates the foe with its menacing eyes to cause paralysis.
Pokémon Method
User First Used In Notes
024 Arbok Arbok glares at the opponent and they flash different colors, making the opponent paralyzed, or Arbok's eyes glow blue and the opponent becomes paralyzed.
Jessie's Arbok The Flame Pokémon-athon! Debut
Pokémon League entrance exam instructor's Arbok The Ultimate Test None
206 Dunsparce Dunsparce's eyes and eyelids glow red and the opponent becomes paralyzed.
Multiple Dunspace The Dunsparce Deception None

In the manga

In The Electric Tale of Pikachu manga


In the Pokémon Adventures manga


In other generations

Glare I.png Glare II.png Glare III.png Glare IV.png
Generation I RBY Generation I
(Japanese)
Generation I
(international)
Generation II Generation II
(Japanese)
Generation II
(international)
Crystal Generation III Generation III
(Japanese)
Generation III
(international)
FRLG Generation IV Generation IV
(Japanese)
Generation IV
(international)
PtHGSS HGSS Generation V BW B2W2 Generation V
(Japanese)
Generation V
(international)
XY ORAS Stadium (Jap) Stadium Stadium 2 Colosseum XD Battle Revolution Battle Revolution
(alternative animation)
Battrio Mystery Dungeon PMD: Red and Blue PMD: Time, Darkness, Sky Rumble Rumble Blast
Glare Stad.png Glare Stad2.png
Generation I RBY Generation I
(Japanese)
Generation I
(international)
Generation II Generation II
(Japanese)
Generation II
(international)
Crystal Generation III Generation III
(Japanese)
Generation III
(international)
FRLG Generation IV Generation IV
(Japanese)
Generation IV
(international)
PtHGSS HGSS Generation V BW B2W2 Generation V
(Japanese)
Generation V
(international)
XY ORAS Stadium (Jap) Stadium Stadium 2 Colosseum XD Battle Revolution Battle Revolution
(alternative animation)
Battrio Mystery Dungeon PMD: Red and Blue PMD: Time, Darkness, Sky Rumble Rumble Blast

Trivia

  • Druddigon can learn this move, which is known as へびにらみ Hebinimari (Snake Glare) in Japanese, despite not being based on a snake. This may be because Western dragons and snakes are both sometimes depicted as being capable of influencing their victims with eye contact, either by using some magical ability to immobilize those that look into their eyes or simply paralyzing them with fear.
  • The descriptions of the move in FireRed and LeafGreen, Generation IV, and Generation V state that "The user intimidates the target with the pattern on its belly", a description that seems to be intended specifically for Arbok; none of the other Pokémon that learn Glare have intimidating patterns on their bellies. The anime, manga, and Pokémon Stadium series portray Glare as a literal glare at the opponent instead.

In other languages

Language Title
Mandarin Chinese 大蛇瞪眼 Dàshé Dèngyǎn
The Netherlands Flag.png Dutch Staar
Finland Flag.png Finnish Häikäisy
France Flag.png French Intimidation
Germany Flag.png German Giftblick
Greece Flag.png Greek Βλέμμα Εκφοβισμού
Italy Flag.png Italian Bagliore
South Korea Flag.png Korean 뱀의미소 Baem-yi Miso
Brazil Flag.png Brazilian Portuguese Encarar
Serbia Flag.png Serbian Zveranje
Spanish CELAC Flag.png Latin America Mirada Furiosa
Mirada
Spain Flag.png Spain Deslumbrar


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