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Revision as of 16:25, 8 February 2008

Mega Drain
メガドレイン Mega Drain
Type  Grass
Category  Special
PP  15 (max. 24)
Power  40
Accuracy  100%
Priority  {{{priority}}}
  • Does not make contact
  • Affected by Protect
  • Not affected by Magic Coat
  • Not affected by Snatch
  • Not affected by King's Rock
Foe Foe Foe
Self Ally Ally
Does not affect any Pokémon*
Introduced  [[Generation {{{gen}}}]]
Condition  Smart
Appeal  1
Jam  4 ♥♥♥♥
Condition  Smart
Appeal  1
Earn +3 if two Pokémon raise the Voltage in a row.
Condition  Smart
Appeal  0  
Jamming  0  

Mega Drain (Japanese: メガドレイン Mega Drain) is a Grass-type move introduced in Generation I that deals a small amount of damage. Mega Drain is the second in a line of three Grass draining attacks, the other two being Absorb and Giga Drain.


Generation I

Mega Drain does damage, and up to 50% of the damage done to the opponent is restored to the user. However, if this attack does 1 point of damage, 1 HP will be restored to the user.

If Mega Drain breaks a Substitute, no HP will be restored to the user. If HP is restored to the user when its current HP is greater than its maximum HP, its current HP will be set equal to its maximum HP.

In Pokémon Stadium, Mega Drain will always miss if the opponent has a substitute.

Generation III

In Generation III and IV, if the opponent has the Liquid Ooze ability, the user takes damage instead.

In the anime

File:Budew Mega Drain 2.JPG
Budew getting healed


Budew. Budew's bud glows white. A greenish beam then comes out and hits then opponent. The opponent and beam then glow red. The beam then goes back to the user and the user glows and gets healed.


Generation I

Generation II

By leveling up

Generation III

By leveling up

Generation IV

By leveling up

In other languages

Spanish: Megaagotar, French: Mega-sangsue, German: Megasauger.

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Generation I TMs
Generation I HMs