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Last Resort (Japanese: とっておき The Best) is a damage-dealing Normal-type move introduced in Generation IV. It can be upgraded to the special Z-Move Extreme Evoboost by Eevee holding Eevium Z.
Last Resort inflicts damage and has no secondary effect. Last Resort will fail unless the Pokémon has used all of its other moves at least once while on the field. Using a move before switching out and back in does not count towards being able to use Last Resort. Last Resort will fail if it is the only move the user knows, or if the user does not know Last Resort (such as if it is called indirectly).
Generation V onward
Last Resort's power is increased from 130 to 140.
In other games
Last Resort will fail if the user does not have at least one move with no PP. The more moves with no PP, the more powerful it becomes.
|| Inflicts damage on the target, but it won't hit unless the user has a move with 0 PP remaining.
|| The more moves with 0 PP you have, the more powerful this move gets.*|
It damages an enemy. But it won't hit unless you have a move with 0 PP remaining. The more moves you have with 0 PP, the more powerful this move becomes.*
In the anime
| The user attacks the opponent after it used all of its other attacks.
|| First Used In
|| Eevee's body becomes outlined in a light-golden aura, with spheres of light-golden aura being absorbed into its body. It thrusts its head forward as a light-yellow star forms on its forehead while the spheres disappear. The star grows in size and flies towards the opponent as Eevee's glow disappears.
| Ilima's Eevee
In the manga
In the Pokémon Adventures manga
In other generations
Core series games
Spin-off series games
In other languages