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Rain Dish (Ability)

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Rain Dish あめうけざら
Rain Saucer
Flavor text
Generation III
Slight HP recovery in rain.
Generation IV
The Pokémon gradually recovers HP in rain.
Generation V
The Pokémon gradually regains HP in rain.
Generation VI
The Pokémon gradually regains HP in rain.

Rain Dish (Japanese: あめうけざら Rain Saucer) is an Ability introduced in Generation III. Eleven Pokémon can have this Ability, all of which are Water types. Prior to Generation V, it was the signature Ability of Lotad's evolutionary line.

Effect

In battle

During rain, a Pokémon with Rain Dish will regain 1/16 of its maximum HP at the end of each turn.

Outside of battle

Rain Dish has no effect outside of battle.

Pokémon with Rain Dish

# Pokémon Types First Ability Second Ability Hidden Ability
Squirtle Squirtle Water Water Torrent None Rain Dish
Wartortle Wartortle Water Water Torrent None Rain Dish
Blastoise Blastoise Water Water Torrent None Rain Dish
Tentacool Tentacool Water Poison Clear Body Liquid Ooze Rain Dish
Tentacruel Tentacruel Water Poison Clear Body Liquid Ooze Rain Dish
Lotad Lotad Water Grass Swift Swim Rain Dish Own Tempo
Lombre Lombre Water Grass Swift Swim Rain Dish Own Tempo
Ludicolo Ludicolo Water Grass Swift Swim Rain Dish Own Tempo
Wingull Wingull Water Flying Keen Eye None Rain Dish
Pelipper Pelipper Water Flying Keen Eye None Rain Dish
Surskit Surskit Bug Water Swift Swim None Rain Dish
Please note that this is only 100% accurate to Generation VI games.
  • For Generation III games, ignore Abilities introduced in Generation IV and Hidden Abilities.
  • For Generation IV games, ignore Hidden Abilities.
  • For Generation V games, ignore Abilities introduced in Generation VI.

In other languages

Language Title
Mandarin Chinese 雨盤 Yǔpán
France Flag.png French Cuvette
Germany Flag.png German Regengenuss
Italy Flag.png Italian Copripioggia
South Korea Flag.png Korean 젖은접시 Jeot'eun Jeopsi
Portugal Flag.png Portuguese Prato de Chuva
Spain Flag.png Spanish Cura Lluvia


Abilities affected by weather conditions
Sand VeilSwift SwimChlorophyllForecastDry SkinRain DishSnow CloakHydrationSolar PowerLeaf GuardIce BodyFlower GiftSand ForceSand Rush


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