Let's Snuggle Forever (move)

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Let's Snuggle Forever
ぽかぼかフレンドタイム Bip-Bop Friend Time
Lets Snuggle Forever USUM.png
Lets Snuggle Forever USUM 2.png
Type  Fairy
Category  Physical
PP  — (max. —)
Power  190
Accuracy  —%
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  • Makes contact
  • Not affected by Protect
  • Not affected by Magic Coat
  • Not affected by Snatch
  • Not affected by Mirror Move
  • Affected by King's Rock
Target
Foe Foe Foe
Self Ally Ally
May affect anyone adjacent to the user
Availability
Introduced  Generation VII
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Appeal  0  
Jam  0  
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Let's Snuggle Forever (Japanese: ぽかぼかフレンドタイム Bip-Bop Friend Time) is a damage-dealing Fairy-type Z-Move introduced in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon. It is the exclusive Z-Move of Mimikyu and a transformed version of its Play Rough.

Effect

Let's Snuggle Forever inflicts damage and has no secondary effect.

Description

Games Description
USUM After obtaining Z-Power, the user, Mimikyu, punches the target with full force.

Learnset

Mimikyu can use Let's Snuggle Forever if it knows Play Rough, holds a Mimikium Z, and if its Trainer wears a Z-Power Ring.

In other games

Super Smash Bros. series

In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Mimikyu that appear from Poké Balls use Let's Snuggle Forever on any opponent who gets too close to it. Unlike its depiction in the core series games, Mimikyu grabs its target instead of jumping on top of it. If the target is at 100% damage or more, they will be instantly knocked out, and Mimikyu will leave behind its disguise and presumably depart afterwards.

In the anime

Team Rocket Lets Snuggle Forever pose.png Jessie Mimikyu Lets Snuggle Forever text.png Jessie Mimikyu Lets Snuggle Forever.png None.png
Team Rocket Preparing Mimikyu
The user gathers Z-Power and covers the target in their disguise while attacking them.
Pokémon Method
User First Used In Notes
778 Mimikyu Mimikyu strikes a series of synchronized poses with its Trainer to build Z-Power. It then jumps towards its opponent, expands the size of its disguise, and lands over the opponent, covering them. While it is inside its rag, Mimikyu attacks the opponent.
Jessie's Mimikyu A Battle Hand-Off! Debut
Base move is
Play Rough

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 親密無間大亂揍 Chānmaht-Mòuhgaan Daaihlyuhnjau
Mandarin 親密無間大亂揍 / 亲密无间大乱揍 Qīnmì-Wújiàn Dàluànzòu
France Flag.png French Patati-Patattrape
Germany Flag.png German Herzliche Knuddelkloppe
Italy Flag.png Italian Dolcesacco di Botte
South Korea Flag.png Korean 투닥투닥프렌드타임 Tudak-Tudak Friend Time
Poland Flag.png Polish Utulenie na Wieki
Portuguese Brazil Flag.png Brazil Aconchego Eterno
Portugal Flag.png Portugal Enrosquemo-nos Para Sempre
Russia Flag.png Russian Вечные Объятия Vechnyye Ob"yatiya
Spain Flag.png Spanish Somanta Amistosa


Type-based Z-Moves
Breakneck BlitzAll-Out PummelingSupersonic SkystrikeAcid DownpourTectonic Rage
Continental CrushSavage Spin-OutNever-Ending NightmareCorkscrew Crash
Inferno OverdriveHydro VortexBloom DoomGigavolt HavocShattered Psyche
Subzero SlammerDevastating DrakeBlack Hole EclipseTwinkle Tackle
Species-based Z-Moves
Catastropika10,000,000 Volt ThunderboltStoked SparksurferExtreme Evoboost
Pulverizing PancakeGenesis SupernovaSinister Arrow RaidMalicious Moonsault
Oceanic OperettaSplintered StormshardsLet's Snuggle ForeverClangorous Soulblaze
Guardian of AlolaSearing Sunraze SmashMenacing Moonraze Maelstrom
Light That Burns the SkySoul-Stealing 7-Star Strike


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