Hyper Fang (move)
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| Hyper Fang|
ひっさつまえば Certain-kill Fang
Hyper Fang deals damage and has a 10% chance of causing the target to flinch.
By leveling up
|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
|The user bites hard on the foe with its sharp front fangs.|
|User||First Used In||Notes|
|Raticate||Raticate shows its teeth, which on occasion shine when it's about to attack and bites down on the opponent.|
|A Gentleman's Raticate||Battle Aboard the St. Anne||Debut|
|Unknown Trainer's Raticate||Chikorita's Big Upset||None|
|Mollie's Raticate||What I Did For Love!||None|
|Rattata||Rattata bites down on the opponent with its large front teeth.|
|A wild Rattata||Hoenn Alone!||None|
|Bidoof||Bidoof bites the opponent with its large teeth.|
|A Coordinator's Bidoof||Mounting a Coordinator Assault!||None|
|Bibarel||Bibarel bites down on the opponent with its large teeth.|
|Expert stonecutter's Bibarel||Bibarel Gnaws Best!||None|
In the manga
In the Pokémon Adventures manga
|The user bites the opponent hard.|
|User||First Chapter Used In||Notes|
|Rattata||Rattata repeatedly bites the opponent with its front teeth.|
|Raticate||Raticate repeatedly bites the opponent with its front teeth.|
|Yellow's Ratty||Ekans the Ecstasy||None|
In other generations
|Generation I||Generation II||Generation III||Generation IV|
- Despite its Japanese name, it is not a one-hit knockout move.
- Pachirisu is the only Pokémon who can learn the move that doesn't get STAB from it.
In other languages
|Variations of the move Hyper Fang|
|This article is part of Project Moves and Abilities, a Bulbapedia project that aims to write comprehensive articles on two related aspects of the Pokémon games.|