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Talk:Haze (move)

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Based on my experience in Generation IV, Haze does not remove confusion, the stat cut from Paralysis, or the effect of Leech Seed. Nor does it remove major status ailments from either battler. I suspect that its only effect in Generation IV is to remove actual stat changes, such as those caused by Growl or Screech. Someone (maybe I) should confirm this. It should also be checked when this change in functionality took place. Does anyone know how Haze worked in Gen III? Yenreb 22:44, 30 April 2009 (UTC)

  • I'm pretty sure Haze just doesn't affect the user for this. In a double battle, a paralyzed ally will regain its speed, just not healed from the actual paralysis. Not sure about the effect it has on Burn though. If I remember, I'll check again on the paralysis thing and update. --Wikifixer 17:52, 12 August 2009 (UTC)

Freeze

It doesn't say that Haze recovers freeze (and in fact says it doesn't remove major status ailments) but it also says that a Pokémon that recovers from freezing through Haze that hasn't recovered from Hyper Beam won't be able to attack or anything. But since when does Haze recover freeze? If it does, it should state this. Or is it referring to Stadium only? If so this should be mentioned. [[Derian]] 15:40, 3 September 2009 (UTC)

Types

Can someone please explain why Haze is an Ice-type move? I think it should be either a Poison- or Dark-type. JetanHertz13 20:15, 12 January 2010 (UTC)

Coz these guys say so. —darklordtrom 08:58, 13 January 2010 (UTC)
I know this topic is old, but for future reference, Haze in an Ice-type move because it is the counterpart to Mist, some proof:
  • Both are Ice-type
  • Both avoid stat reduction
  • Both can be learned simultanously by some Pokemon, for example Surskit at Lv 37
  • Both have the same PP
  • Haze & Mist are known in Japanese as Black Mist & White Mist respectively
Vuvuzela2010 08:25, 23 November 2010 (UTC)

Learning

Should it be noted that even though it is an Ice type move, only one Ice type can learn it in normal Gameplay in the handheld games? Furiijio learns it through level up, while Articuno learns it in XD. Chekt 17:03, 9 November 2010 (UTC)