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Bubble Beam (Japanese: バブルこうせん Bubble Beam), formatted as BubbleBeam prior to Pokémon X and Y, is a damage-dealing Water-type move introduced in Generation I. It was TM11 in Generation I.
Bubble Beam does damage and has a 10% chance of lowering the target's Speed stat by one stage.
In Stadium, BubbleBeam has a 33.2% chance of lowering the target's Speed.
|| A Water-type attack. Stronger than Bubble. Many Water-type Pokémon learn this move.
|| A Water-type attack. Has a one-in-ten chance of reducing the target's Speed.
|| An attack that may lower Speed.
|| Forcefully sprays bubbles that may lower Speed.
|| A spray of bubbles strikes the foe. It may lower the foe’s Speed stat.
|| Inflicts damage on the target, even at a distance. It may also lower the target's Movement Speed by one level.
|| A spray of bubbles is forcefully ejected at the foe. It may also lower the target’s Speed stat.
|| A spray of bubbles is forcefully ejected at the opposing team. It may also lower their Speed stats.
|| A spray of bubbles is forcefully ejected at the target. It may also lower the target's Speed.
|| A spray of bubbles is forcefully ejected at the target. This may also lower its Speed stat.
In other games
BubbleBeam is the only move of Prinplup. It has a chance to lower the target's Speed.
|Orange squares indicate hit area.|
Blue squares indicate area Pokémon the Pokémon will need to move to perform the move.
Red squares indicate the knockback on hit Pokémon.
Table assumes the Pokémon is in the square marked by ^.
In the anime
In the manga
In the Ash and Pikachu manga
In the Be the Best! Pokémon B+W manga
In the Magical Pokémon Journey manga
In the movie adaptations
In the Pokémon Adventures manga
In the Pocket Monsters Diamond & Pearl manga
In the Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Adventure! manga
In the Pokémon Omega Ruby Crimson Passion and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire Indigo Wisdom manga
In the Pokémon Try Adventure manga
In other generations
In other languages