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Dizzy Punch (Japanese: ピヨピヨパンチ Chirp Chirp Punch) is a damage-dealing Normal-type move introduced in Generation I. Its Japanese name refers to the tweeting of birds associated with "cartoon" dizziness. Prior to Generation III, it was the signature move of Kangaskhan.
Dizzy Punch inflicts damage and has no secondary effects.
Generation II and on
Dizzy Punch now has a 20% chance of confusing the target.
|| A Normal-type attack. The punch is relatively strong and highly accurate.
|| A Normal-type attack. Has a one-in-five chance of leaving the target confused.
|| An attack that may cause confusion.
|| A rhythmic punch that may confuse the foe.
|| The foe is hit with a rhythmic punch that may leave it confused.
|| A rhythmic punch that may confuse the target.
|| The foe is hit with rhythmically launched punches that may also leave it confused.
|| The target is hit with rhythmically launched punches that may also leave it confused.
|| The target is hit with rhythmically launched punches. This may also leave the target confused.
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In the manga
In the Pokémon Adventures manga
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