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'''Magneton''' (Japanese: '''レアコイル''' ''Rarecoil'') is a figure in [[Pokémon Duel]]. It was added in version 4.0.3.
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'''Magneton''' (Japanese: '''レアコイル''' ''Rarecoil'') is a figure in [[Pokémon Duel]]. It was made available in version 4.0.3.
   
 
==Abilities==
 
==Abilities==
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==Attack wheel==
 
==Attack wheel==
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===Version 7.0.0===
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{{DuelAttack/Header|Electric|Steel}}
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{{DuelZMove|type=Steel|movecol=white|name=Gigavolt Havoc|jname=スパーキングギガボルト|jtrans=Sparking Gigavolt|power=160|effect=The battle opponent and a succession of Pokémon adjacent to the battle opponent (other than this Pokémon) become {{DL|Special conditions (TFG)|paralyzed}}.}}
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{{DuelZMove|type=Steel|movecol=white|name=Corkscrew Crash|jname=ちょうぜつらせんれんげき|jtrans=Super Spiral Combo|power=160|effect=If the battle opponent is knocked out, then after the battle, this Pokémon moves to a point 2 steps away.}}
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{{DuelAttack|type=Steel|movecol=white|name=Tri Attack*|jname=トライアタック※|jtrans=Tri Attack*|power=60|effect=*If this Pokémon is knocked out, the battle opponent becomes {{DL|Special Conditions (TFG)|paralyzed}}, {{DL|Special Conditions (TFG)|burned}}, or {{DL|Special Conditions (TFG)|frozen}}.|prob=24}}
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{{DuelAttack|type=Steel|movecol=blue|name=Dodge|jname=かわす|jtrans=Dodge|prob=8}}
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{{DuelAttack|type=Steel|movecol=white|name=Tri Attack*|jname=トライアタック※|jtrans=Tri Attack*|power=80|effect=*If this Pokémon is knocked out, the battle opponent becomes {{DL|Special Conditions (TFG)|paralyzed}}, {{DL|Special Conditions (TFG)|burned}}, or {{DL|Special Conditions (TFG)|frozen}}.|prob=24}}
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{{DuelAttack|type=Steel|movecol=blue|name=Dodge|jname=かわす|jtrans=Dodge|prob=8}}
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{{DuelAttack|type=Steel|movecol=white|name=Tri Attack*|jname=トライアタック※|jtrans=Tri Attack*|power=40|effect=*If this Pokémon is knocked out, the battle opponent becomes {{DL|Special Conditions (TFG)|paralyzed}}, {{DL|Special Conditions (TFG)|burned}}, or {{DL|Special Conditions (TFG)|frozen}}.|prob=24}}
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{{DuelAttack|type=Steel|movecol=red|name=Miss|jname=ミス|jtrans=Miss|prob=8}}
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{{DuelAttack/Footer|Electric|Steel|evo=yes}}
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===Version 4.0.3-6.2.11===
 
{{DuelAttack/Header|Electric|Steel}}
 
{{DuelAttack/Header|Electric|Steel}}
 
{{DuelAttack|type=Steel|movecol=white|name=Tri Attack*|jname=トライアタック※|jtrans=Tri Attack*|power=60|effect=*If this Pokémon is knocked out, the battle opponent becomes {{DL|Special Conditions (TFG)|paralyzed}}, {{DL|Special Conditions (TFG)|burned}}, or {{DL|Special Conditions (TFG)|frozen}}.|prob=24}}
 
{{DuelAttack|type=Steel|movecol=white|name=Tri Attack*|jname=トライアタック※|jtrans=Tri Attack*|power=60|effect=*If this Pokémon is knocked out, the battle opponent becomes {{DL|Special Conditions (TFG)|paralyzed}}, {{DL|Special Conditions (TFG)|burned}}, or {{DL|Special Conditions (TFG)|frozen}}.|prob=24}}
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
===Origin===
 
===Origin===
{{m|Tri Attack}} is a [[move]] in the [[Pokémon games]] that {{p|Magneton}} can learn.
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{{m|Tri Attack}} is a [[move]] in the [[Pokémon games]] that {{p|Magneton}} can learn. {{m|Gigavolt Havoc}} and {{m|Corkscrew Crash}} are [[Z-Move]]s in the games that Magneton can use by equipping [[Electrium Z]] and [[Steelium Z]] respectively.
   
 
{{DoubleProjectTag|Sidegames|TFG}}
 
{{DoubleProjectTag|Sidegames|TFG}}

Revision as of 23:45, 25 February 2019

Electrode (354)
Pokémon Duel
Alolan Raichu (357)
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Magneton
レアコイル Rarecoil
MagnetonDuel355.png
Evolution stage 2
Figure name Magneton
Move Points 2
Types
Electric Steel
Version 4.0.3
Rarity Rare
ID 355
Price 1800Material
Shiny variant
[[File:{{{shiny}}}]]
Figure name Shiny Magneton
Version Unknown
ID 1
Price 1800Material
For more information on the Pokémon this figure depicts, see Magneton.

Magneton (Japanese: レアコイル Rarecoil) is a figure in Pokémon Duel. It was made available in version 4.0.3.

Abilities

Electromagnetic Barrier でんじバリアー
This Pokémon is not subject to spin-inducing effects of Attacks.


Attack wheel

Version 7.0.0

Duel Z-Move.png Gigavolt Havoc スパーキングギガボルト 96 pt.
160
The battle opponent and a succession of Pokémon adjacent to the battle opponent (other than this Pokémon) become paralyzed.
Duel Z-Move.png Corkscrew Crash ちょうぜつらせんれんげき 96 pt.
160
If the battle opponent is knocked out, then after the battle, this Pokémon moves to a point 2 steps away.
Tri Attack* トライアタック※ 24 pt.
60
*If this Pokémon is knocked out, the battle opponent becomes paralyzed, burned, or frozen.
Dodge かわす 8 pt.
{{{effect}}}
Tri Attack* トライアタック※ 24 pt.
80
*If this Pokémon is knocked out, the battle opponent becomes paralyzed, burned, or frozen.
Dodge かわす 8 pt.
{{{effect}}}
Tri Attack* トライアタック※ 24 pt.
40
*If this Pokémon is knocked out, the battle opponent becomes paralyzed, burned, or frozen.
Miss ミス 8 pt.
{{{effect}}}

Template:DuelAttack/Footer

Version 4.0.3-6.2.11

Tri Attack* トライアタック※ 24 pt.
60
*If this Pokémon is knocked out, the battle opponent becomes paralyzed, burned, or frozen.
Dodge かわす 8 pt.
{{{effect}}}
Tri Attack* トライアタック※ 24 pt.
80
*If this Pokémon is knocked out, the battle opponent becomes paralyzed, burned, or frozen.
Dodge かわす 8 pt.
{{{effect}}}
Tri Attack* トライアタック※ 24 pt.
40
*If this Pokémon is knocked out, the battle opponent becomes paralyzed, burned, or frozen.
Miss ミス 8 pt.
{{{effect}}}

Template:DuelAttack/Footer

Trivia

Origin

Tri Attack is a move in the Pokémon games that Magneton can learn. Gigavolt Havoc and Corkscrew Crash are Z-Moves in the games that Magneton can use by equipping Electrium Z and Steelium Z respectively.

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