Difference between revisions of "Talk:Swagger (move)"

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Pokémon with {{a|Own Tempo}} do receive the attack rise. I tried it myself in Generation IV and it worked. [[Special:Contributions/Mikoro|<font face="Kristen ITC" size="2" color="#FFA500">the great</font>]] [[User:Mikoro|<font face="Wide Latin" size="2" color="#DAA520">MIKORO</font>]] ([[User talk:Mikoro|talk to me]]) 00:50, 19 February 2013 (UTC)
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Pokémon with {{a|Own Tempo}} do receive the attack rise. I tried it myself in Generation IV and it worked. Same thing for {{m|Flatter}}. [[Special:Contributions/Mikoro|<font face="Kristen ITC" size="2" color="#FFA500">the great</font>]] [[User:Mikoro|<font face="Wide Latin" size="2" color="#DAA520">MIKORO</font>]] ([[User talk:Mikoro|talk to me]]) 00:50, 19 February 2013 (UTC)

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Question about this move, does it permentely raise the attack two levels for that battle or is it until their confused state ends?--Zephyr 15:00, 7 July 2010 (UTC)

It permanently raises Attack in the sense that the target doesn't switch out. The target will take more damage than usual for having increased Attack if damaged from being confused. ht14 15:43, 7 July 2010 (UTC)

Own Tempo

Pokémon with Own Tempo do receive the attack rise. I tried it myself in Generation IV and it worked. Same thing for Flatter. the great MIKORO (talk to me) 00:50, 19 February 2013 (UTC)