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Iron Tail is a mostly accurate and very damaging Steel-type move introduced in Generation II.
In the anime
Pietra's Marill using Iron Tail.
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Sullivan's Flaaffy using Iron Tail.
The tail of the Pokémon glows white and strikes the opponent; sometimes, the hit produces light. According to Chaz, only a Pokémon with a fully developed tail can learn this technique.
Marill. It twirls its tail rapidly before striking. The ball on the end of its tail does the move.
Pikachu. Its entire tail does the move.
Sentret. Its entire tail does the move.
Flaaffy. The blue pearl in the tip of its tail does the move.
Steelix. The last three rocks of its tail do the move.
Marshtomp. Its two caudal fins hit the foe.
Swampert. Its caudal fin does the move.
Grumpig. It's entire tail does the move.
Meowth. Its entire tail does the move.
Milotic. The bottom scales of its tail does the move.
In other languages
French: Queue de Fer, German: Eisenschweif, Italian: Codacciaio, Spanish: Cola Ferrea
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