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Brine (Japanese: しおみず Salt Water) is a damage-dealing Water-type move introduced in Generation IV. It is TM55 in Generation IV, and obtained by defeating Crasher Wake.
Brine inflicts damage, and its power doubles to 130 when the target is at or below 50% health.
|| If the foe’s HP is down to about half, this attack will hit with double the power.*|
If the foe’s HP is down to under half, this attack will hit with double the power.*
| If the target's HP is down to about half, this attack will hit with double the power.
|| If the target's HP is half or less, this attack will hit with double the power.
|| Inflicts damage on the target. It will inflict double damage if the target's HP is down to half or lower.
In other games
Brine is the only move of Simipour.
In the anime
In the manga
In the Pokémon Adventures manga
|| Being affected
| The user shoots salt water at the opponent that deals double damage if the opponent is at low strength.
|| First Chapter Used In
|| Milotic releases a stream of salt water from its mouth at the opponent. When the opponent's HP is down by less than half, the salt goes into the opponent's wounds, hurting it even more and doing double the damage.
| Cynthia's Milotic
|| Shunning Spiritomb
|| Kingdra fires a narrow, but powerful stream of water from its mouth at the opponent.
| Silver's Kingdra
|| Fortunately for Feraligatr
|| Tirtouga shoots a powerful blast of water from its mouth.
| Black's Costa
|| Museum Showdown
In the Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Adventure! manga
In other generations
- Brine is the only Water-type Smart move.
- Brine is the only Generation IV Water-type move that doesn’t have the word “aqua” in its name.
In other languages