Doublade (Duel 320)

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Doublade
ニダンギル Nidangill
DoubladeDuel320.png
Evolution stage 2
Figure name Doublade
Move Points 2
Types
Steel Ghost
Rarity Rare
Invisible Shiny Bulbasaur
Version 7.0.9
ID 320
Time Booster League Ultra
Special Time Boosters None
Locked Booster Yes
Material Exchange
and Gem Exchange
1800 Material
 ??? Gems
For more information on the Pokémon this figure depicts, see Doublade.

Honedge (Japanese: ニダンギル Nidangill) is a figure in Pokémon Duel. It was made available in version 7.0.9.

Abilities

No Guard: Spectral
This Pokémon may MP move through other Pokémon on the field. If this Pokémon or its battle opponent spins a Blue Attack, shift the spin to an Attack next to it instead.


Data Disk

Duel Z-Move.png Corkscrew Crash ちょうぜつらせんれんげき 96 pt.
100
If the battle opponent is knocked out, then after the battle, this Pokémon moves to a point 2 steps away.
Duel Z-Move.png Never-Ending Nightmare むげんあんやへのいざない 96 pt.
100
All opposing Pokémon on the field spin. Those that spin White Attacks get an MP -1 marker.
Metal Sound きんぞくおん 16 pt.
All adjacent Pokémon gain Wait 3. The Purple Attacks of the Pokémon hit by this Attack will be Misses during the next turn.
Miss ミス 4 pt.
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Gyro Ball ジャイロボール 24 pt.
179
Deals +30 damage if the battle opponent's MP is higher than this Pokémon's MP.
Metal Sound きんぞくおん 16 pt.
All adjacent Pokémon gain Wait 3. The Purple Attacks of the Pokémon hit by this Attack will be Misses during the next turn.
Swords Dance つるぎのまい 20 pt.
Spin again until an Attack other than Swords Dance is spun. Damage Attacks deal x2 damage.

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Trivia

Origin

No Guard: Spectral is a variant of No Guard, an Ability in the Pokémon games that Doublade can have. Metal Sound, Gyro Ball, and Swords Dance are all moves in the games that Doublade can learn, Gyro Ball via TM. Corkscrew Crash and Never-Ending Nightmare are Z-Moves in the games that Doublade can use by equipping Steelium Z and Ghostium Z respectively.

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