Magnet Pull (Ability)

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Magnet Pull じりょく
Flavor text
Generation III
Traps Steel-type Pokémon.
Generation IV
Prevents Steel-type Pokémon from escaping.
Generation V
Prevents Steel-type Pokémon from escaping.
Generation VI
Currently unknown
Generation VII
Currently unknown

Magnet Pull (Japanese: じりょく Magnetism) is an Ability introduced in Generation III. Five Pokémon can have this Ability, all of which are part of an evolution family that undergoes its final evolution by leveling up at Mt. Coronet in Sinnoh or Chargestone Cave in Unova, are in the Mineral Egg Group (though one family is genderless), are Steel-type or evolve into one, and have Sturdy as a secondary Ability.


In battle

Magnet Pull traps Steel-type Pokémon, making them unable to leave battle except by holding a Shed Shell, using Baton Pass, U-turn, or Volt Switch.

In a Double Battle, Magnet Pull does not affect the partner Pokémon.

In Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness, a Pokémon with Magnet Pull immobilizes Steel-type Pokémon that attack it directly, preventing them from moving for a few turns.

Outside of battle

From Pokémon Emerald onwards, if the Pokémon with Magnet Pull is leading the party, then the likelihood of encountering wild Steel-type Pokémon is 150% of the usual.

Pokémon with Magnet Pull

# Pokémon Types First Ability Second Ability Hidden Ability
Magnemite Magnemite Electric Steel Magnet Pull Sturdy Analytic
Magneton Magneton Electric Steel Magnet Pull Sturdy Analytic
Nosepass Nosepass Rock Rock Sturdy Magnet Pull Sand Force
Magnezone Magnezone Electric Steel Magnet Pull Sturdy Analytic
Probopass Probopass Rock Steel Sturdy Magnet Pull Sand Force
Please note that this is only 100% accurate to Generation VI games.
  • For Generation III games, ignore Abilities introduced in Generation IV or later and Hidden Abilities.
  • For Generation IV games, ignore Hidden Abilities.
  • For Generation V games, ignore Abilities introduced in Generation VI.

In the manga

In the Pokémon Adventures manga

In other languages

Language Title
Mandarin Chinese 磁力 Cílì
France Flag.png French Magnépiège
Germany Flag.png German Magnetfalle
Greece Flag.png Greek Μαγνητική Έλξη
Italy Flag.png Italian Magnetismo
South Korea Flag.png Korean 자력 Jiryeok
Portugal Flag.png Portuguese Magnetismo
Spain Flag.png Spanish Imán

Variations of the Ability Magnet Pull
Magnet PullArena TrapShadow Tag
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