Mega Effects

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Mega Effects are special skills in Pokémon Shuffle. These skills are activated with a combination of a Mega Stone and a certain number of icons matches for the specific Pokémon. It is only possible to have one Pokémon Mega Effect in use at any time due to only being able to have one Mega Evolution on any stage.

Each Mega Effect can either erase or replace Pokémon icons and Disruptions in the puzzle area. The kinds of tiles targeted differ depending on the effect. If the Mega Effect erases icons, each non-empty tile that is erased boosts the amount of damage dealt to the opponent. If a Mega match and at least one non-Mega match are made simultaneously and have equal priority, the Mega match will activate last.

Mega Mewtwo X and Mega Charizard X will change type from Psychic to Fighting or Fire to Dragon, respectively, upon Mega Evolving. If the player has obtained one of those Pokémon and both of their respective Mega Stones, they will have separate entries in the Pokémon list for each Mega Stone. Only one of each may be used as a support Pokémon; EXP and Skill levels are shared between them, but Mega Speedups are not.

Mega Effects are special skills in Pokémon Shuffle. These skills are activated with a combination of a Mega Stone and a certain number of icons matches for the specific Pokémon. It is only possible to have one Pokémon Mega Effect in use at any time due to only being able to have one Mega Evolution on any stage.

Each Mega Effect can either erase or replace Pokémon icons and Disruptions in the puzzle area. The kinds of tiles targeted differ depending on the effect. If the Mega Effect erases icons, each non-empty tile that is erased boosts the amount of damage dealt to the opponent. If a Mega match and at least one non-Mega match are made simultaneously and have equal priority, the Mega match will activate last.

Mega Mewtwo X and Mega Charizard X will change type from Psychic to Fighting or Fire to Dragon, respectively, upon Mega Evolving. If the player has obtained one of those Pokémon and both of their respective Mega Stones, they will have separate entries in the Pokémon list for each Mega Stone. Only one of each may be used as a support Pokémon; EXP and Skill levels are shared between them, but Mega Speedups are not.

List of Mega Effects

The explanation of each Mega Pokémon's Mega Effect, the amount of icons (gauge) needed to Mega Evolve to use that skill, and the maximum number of Mega Speedups a Pokémon can use to reduce the icons needed are as follows:

List # Pokémon Type Description/Notes Gauge Max Mega Speedups
003 Venusaur Mega Venusaur Grass Erases all Pokémon in the five columns to the left and right. 12 3
006 Charizard Mega Charizard X Dragon Erases all Pokémon in an X-shaped pattern. 16 13
Charizard Mega Charizard Y Fire Erases all Pokémon in a Y-shaped pattern. 13 3
009 Blastoise Mega Blastoise Water Erases all Pokémon within two spaces of the match.

If more icons of this Pokémon are adjacent to the match, then for each additional icon, one more Pokémon is erased in that direction.

12 4
012 Pidgeot Mega Pidgeot Flying Erases Pokémon in a horizontal V-shaped pattern.

Erases Pokémon in a > shape.

18 12
032 Audino Mega Audino Normal Erases all Pokémon within one space of the match.

If more icons of this Pokémon are adjacent to the match, then for each additional icon, one more Pokémon is erased in that direction.

12 3
Audino Winking Mega Audino Normal Clears one kind of Pokémon with the same type as Mega Audino (max 10).

Won't clear other Mega Audino.

22 15
033 Absol Mega Absol Dark Erases Pokémon with three lines from upper right to lower left. 18 8
038 Ampharos Mega Ampharos Electric A random lightning strike erases a jagged line of Pokémon.

Actually erases two random jagged lines of Pokémon vertically. These lines may cross.

18 9
044 Altaria Mega Altaria Dragon Erases all Pokémon within two spaces of the match.

If more icons of this Pokémon are adjacent to the match, then for each additional icon, one more Pokémon is erased in that direction.

16 10
047 Heracross Mega Heracross Bug Adds one more Mega Heracross to the left of the match.

Actually converts the tiles directly to the left of all other Mega Heracross into a Mega Heracross. This effect can replace any disruption in the tile above and counts as erasing the content of the tile for damage, but does not affect black-cloud disruptions. Does nothing if the left tile is empty.

16 8
055 Lopunny Mega Lopunny Normal Erases all Pokémon five rows above and five rows below. 11 8
057 Kangaskhan Mega Kangaskhan Normal Erases all Pokémon in the five columns to the left and right. 11 8
074 Sableye Mega Sableye Dark Erases all Pokémon in an O-shaped pattern. 16 10
Sableye Spooky Mega Sableye Ghost Erases Pokémon (max 3) of the same type as Mega Sableye.

Actually converts three tiles containing a single Ghost type into Mega Sableye

14 7
078 Lucario Mega Lucario Fighting Erases all Pokémon five rows above and five rows below. 14 4
082 Slowbro Mega Slowbro Psychic Adds one more Mega Slowbro above the match.

Actually converts the tiles directly above all other Mega Slowbro into a Mega Slowbro. This effect can replace any disruption in the tile above and counts as erasing the content of the tile for damage, but does not affect black-cloud disruptions. Does nothing if the above tile is empty.

16 6
091 Sceptile Mega Sceptile Grass Erases Pokémon (max 3) of the same type as Mega Sceptile.

Actually converts three tiles containing a single Grass type into Mega Sceptile

12 6
094 Blaziken Mega Blaziken Fire Erases Pokémon (max 3) of the same type as Mega Blaziken.

Actually converts three tiles containing a single Fire type into Mega Blaziken

12 6
097 Swampert Mega Swampert Water Erases Pokémon (max 3) of the same type as Mega Swampert.

Actually converts three tiles containing a single Water type into Mega Swampert.

12 6
111 Mawile Mega Mawile Steel Erases Pokémon with three lines from upper right to lower left.

Formerly, the description was "Erases diagonal Pokémon from upper-right to lower-left corner." prior to Version 1.2.0 (3DS)/unknown (Mobile).

18 8
114 Gengar Mega Gengar Ghost Erases all Mega Gengar in the puzzle area. 11 1
Gengar Spooky Mega Gengar Poison Erases Pokémon (max 3) of the same type as Mega Gengar.

Actually converts three tiles containing a single Poison type into Mega Gengar

14 7
125 Glalie Mega Glalie Ice Erases all Pokémon in a V-shaped pattern. 16 6
Glalie Winking Mega Glalie Ice Erases blocks (max 10), and also does damage to the foe. 29 20
139 Scizor Mega Scizor Bug Erases a jagged line of Pokémon horizontally.

Actually erases two jagged lines of Pokémon horizontally. These lines cannot cross.

18 12
148 Aerodactyl Mega Aerodactyl Rock Erases things like rocks and blocks (max 10), and does damage to the foe.

Also erases coins.

23 14
158 Mewtwo Mega Mewtwo X Fighting Erases Pokémon (max 3) of the same type as Mega Mewtwo X.

Actually converts three tiles containing a single Fighting type into Mega Mewtwo X

15 9
Mewtwo Mega Mewtwo Y Psychic Clears one kind of Pokémon with the same type as Mega Mewtwo Y (max 10).

Won't clear other Mega Mewtwo Y.

23 14
162 Rayquaza Mega Rayquaza Dragon Erases a Pokémon of a different type from Mega Rayquaza (max 10). 33 20
Rayquaza Shiny Mega Rayquaza Flying Erases Pokémon and disruptions around two spots you tap.

Erases five tiles in a + shape surrounding each spot. Does not activate if the foe is defeated. Only gives 3 seconds to tap. Can erase fewer than 2.

24 15
181 Steelix Mega Steelix Steel Erases blocks (max 10), and also does damage to the foe. 21 11
195 Salamence Mega Salamence Flying Clears one kind of Pokémon with the same type as Mega Salamence (max 10).

Won't clear other Mega Salamence

22 10
210 Tyranitar Mega Tyranitar Rock Erases Pokémon and disruptions around three spots you tap.

Erases five tiles in a + shape surrounding each spot. Does not activate if the foe is defeated. Only gives 3 seconds to tap. Can erase fewer than 3. (The disruption countdown formerly did not decrease if this effect was triggered by the first match of the combo, but this was corrected in Version 1.3.28 (3DS)/1.9.1 (Mobile).)

30 15
212 Banette Mega Banette Ghost Clears one kind of Pokémon with the same type as Mega Banette (max 10).

Won't remove other Mega Banette.

27 15
228 Sharpedo Mega Sharpedo Dark Adds one more Mega Sharpedo above the match.

Actually converts the tiles directly above all other Mega Sharpedo into a Mega Sharpedo. This effect can replace any disruption in the tile above and counts as erasing the content of the tile for damage, but does not affect black-cloud disruptions. Does nothing if the above tile is empty.

22 13
252 Manectric Mega Manectric Electric A vertical lightning strike erases a jagged line of Pokémon.

Actually erases two jagged lines of Pokémon vertically. These lines cannot cross.

20 14
281 Garchomp Mega Garchomp Ground Erases Pokémon with three lines from upper left to lower right. 24 14
298 Gardevoir Mega Gardevoir Fairy Erases Pokémon in the five columns to the left and right. 15 9
299 Gallade Mega Gallade Fighting Erases a jagged line of Pokémon vertically.

Actually erases two jagged lines of Pokémon vertically. These lines cannot cross.

16 10
307 Diancie Mega Diancie Fairy Erases (max 10) barrier-covered Pokémon or disruptions, damages foe.

Formerly, the description was "Erases Pokémon that are covered by a barrier (max 10)." and did not deal extra damage until Version 1.3.28 (3DS)/1.9.1 (Mobile).

19 10
314 Medicham Mega Medicham Fighting Erases a group of Pokémon in the middle at once.

This pattern is the same as the inner circle enclosed by Mega Sableye's O-shape pattern.

21 12
315 Latias Mega Latias Dragon Erases Pokémon on a random jagged line horizontally.

Actually erases two random jagged lines of Pokémon horizontally. These lines may cross.

22 13
316 Latios Mega Latios Dragon Erases a jagged line of Pokémon horizontally.

Actually erases two jagged lines of Pokémon horizontally. These lines cannot cross.

19 13
375 Camerupt Mega Camerupt Ground Erases Pokémon and disruptions around two spots you tap.

Erases five tiles in a + shape surrounding each spot. Does not activate if the foe is defeated. Only gives 3 seconds to tap. Can erase fewer than 2.

18 7
382 Abomasnow Mega Abomasnow Ice Erases all Pokémon five rows above and five rows below. 13 7
393 Aggron Mega Aggron Steel Erases Pokémon and disruptions around three spots you tap.

Erases five tiles in a + shape surrounding each spot. Does not activate if the foe is defeated. Only gives 3 seconds to tap. Can erase fewer than 3.

18 5
425 Beedrill Mega Beedrill Poison Erases Pokémon and disruptions around a spot you tap.

Erases nine tiles in a square shape surrounding each spot. Does not activate if the foe is defeated. Only gives 3 seconds to tap. Can choose not to erase any. (The disruption countdown formerly did not decrease if this effect was triggered by the first match of the combo, but this was corrected in Version 1.3.28 (3DS)/1.9.1 Mobile))

15 12
478 Gyarados Mega Gyarados Water Erases Pokémon on a random jagged line vertically.

Actually erases two random jagged lines of Pokémon vertically. These lines may cross.

18 12
Gyarados Shiny Mega Gyarados Water Erases all Mega Gyarados in the puzzle area. 19 10
486 Alakazam Mega Alakazam Psychic Erases things like rocks and blocks (max 10), and does damage to the foe.

Also erases coins.

18 9
490 Houndoom Mega Houndoom Fire Erases (max 10) barrier-covered Pokémon or disruptions, damages foe. 16 7
641 Metagross Mega Metagross Steel Erases all Pokémon in an X-shaped pattern. 17 8
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