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Talk:Mirror Coat (move)
Mirror Coat vs. Counter in the anime
A question about Mirror Coat
What damage does it double? For example, if a move does 4X on the opponent using mirror coat, (for example magical leaf on a Corsola) would the move double that damage, or the damage the move would have done if it wasn't for the weakness? I'm pretty curious, and I think it will be worthy to note in the article what damage it doubles. TheBlazikenMaster 12:58, 1 October 2008 (UTC)
It does double the damage that the user takes. So, for example, if a Corsola uses Mirror Coat after being hit by a Special Grass-type attack (like Grass Knot), it will do twice the damage that the Corsola takes from Grass Knot (which would make it 8X the regular damage). Diachronos 15:57, 16 October 2008 (UTC)
- So, if Grass Knot takes off 100 HP from Corsola, Mirror Coat will take off 200 HP from the foe using Grass Knot. TESHIGIGAS 17:04, 16 October 2008 (UTC)
It says here that Mirror Coat deals Psychic-type damage, but is unaffected by type match-ups, does this extend to the Dark-type's immunity to Psychic-type attacks or not? As I recall, Counter used to be unable to attack Ghosts but now can as of Generation IV. (I may be mistaken though.) Is it the same case for Mirror Coat? - unsigned comment from Lucadan (talk • contribs)
Mirror Coat Mechanics Change with Gen 6?
I was battling in Friend Safari, my Sneasel vs. a Wobbuffet, when the the Wobbuffet used Mirror Coat. Instead of the normal message of "But it failed" because I didn't use a special move, the game instead said "It had no effect" like psychic moves have on dark type pokemon. I'm curious if this is a new unexplored mechanic, the fact that Magic Coat no longer effects dark types, or if it has to somehow do with the pokemon Wobbuffet. --Miolu (talk) 03:57, 10 August 2014 (UTC)