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==Effect==
 
==Effect==
 
Night Slash does damage and has a high critical-hit ratio.
 
Night Slash does damage and has a high critical-hit ratio.
==Anime==
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==In the anime==
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Image:Honchkrow attack.jpg|{{TP|Paul|Honchkrow}}'s wings glow
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Image:Honchkrow attack2.jpg|[[Paul's Honchkrow]] using '''Night Slash'''
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'''{{p|Honchkrow}}'''. One of its wings glows white blue and slashes its foe with it.
 
'''{{p|Honchkrow}}'''. One of its wings glows white blue and slashes its foe with it.
 
* Used by [[Paul's Honchkrow]] in [[DP100]]. '''Debut'''
 
* Used by [[Paul's Honchkrow]] in [[DP100]]. '''Debut'''

Revision as of 13:08, 1 November 2008

Night Slash
つじぎり Blade Testing
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Type  Dark
Category  Physical
PP  15 (max. 24)
Power  70
Accuracy  100%
Priority  {{{priority}}}
Target
Foe Foe Foe
Self Ally Ally
Does not affect any Pokémon*
Availability
Introduced  Generation IV
Condition  Beauty
Appeal  3 ♥♥♥
Jam  0  
No additional effect.
Condition  Beauty
Appeal  3 ♥♥♥
A basic performance using a move known by the Pokémon.
Condition  Beauty
Appeal  0  
Jamming  0  

Night Slash is a damage-dealing Template:Type2 move introduced in Generation IV.

Effect

Night Slash does damage and has a high critical-hit ratio.

In the anime

Honchkrow. One of its wings glows white blue and slashes its foe with it.

Learnset

Generation IV

By leveling up

#   Pokémon Type Level
051 051 Dugtrio Ground --
052 052 Meowth Normal 49
053 053 Persian Normal 61
083 083 Farfetch'd Normal Flying 33
123 123 Scyther Bug Flying 45
141 141 Kabutops Rock Water 72
212 212 Scizor Bug Steel 45
214 214 Heracross Bug Fighting --
227 227 Skarmory Steel Flying 50
254 254 Sceptile Grass --
319 319 Sharpedo Water Dark 56
336 336 Seviper Poison 46
341 341 Corphish Water 35
342 342 Crawdaunt Water Dark 39
359 359 Absol Dark 52
402 402 Kricketune Bug 42Pt
430 430 Honchkrow Dark Flying 45
434 434 Stunky Poison Dark 31
435 435 Skuntank Poison Dark 31
461 461 Weavile Ice Dark 35
469 469 Yanmega Bug Flying --
472 472 Gliscor Ground Flying 31
475 475 Gallade Psychic Fighting --
Bold indicates a Pokémon which gets STAB from this move.
Italic indicates a Pokémon whose evolution or alternate form gets STAB
from this move.

By breeding

Template:Breedlist

|- | style="background: #FFF" | 027 | style="background: #FFF; text-align:center" | 027 | style="background: #FFF" | Sandshrew | colspan="2" style="background:#E0C068; text-align:center" | Ground | style="background: #FFF" | Dugtrio
Meowth, Persian
Farfetch'd
Seviper
Absol
Stunky, Skuntank
Weavile

|- | style="background: #FFF" | 083 | style="background: #FFF; text-align:center" | 083 | style="background: #FFF" | Farfetch'd | colspan="1" style="background:#A8A878; text-align:center" | Normal || style="background:#A890F0" align="center" colspan="1" rowspan="1" | Flying | style="background: #FFF" | Dugtrio
Meowth, Persian
Farfetch'd
Skarmory
Seviper
Absol
Honchkrow
Stunky, Skuntank
Weavile

|- | style="background: #FFF" | 123 | style="background: #FFF; text-align:center" | 123 | style="background: #FFF" | Scyther | colspan="1" style="background:#A8B820; text-align:center" | Bug || style="background:#A890F0" align="center" colspan="1" rowspan="1" | Flying | style="background: #FFF" | Scyther, Scizor
Heracross
Yanmega, Gliscor

|- | style="background: #FFF" | 207 | style="background: #FFF; text-align:center" | 207 | style="background: #FFF" | Gligar | colspan="1" style="background:#E0C068; text-align:center" | Ground || style="background:#A890F0" align="center" colspan="1" rowspan="1" | Flying | style="background: #FFF" | Scyther, Scizor
Heracross
Yanmega, Gliscor

|- | style="background: #FFF" | 216 | style="background: #FFF; text-align:center" | 216 | style="background: #FFF" | Teddiursa | colspan="2" style="background:#A8A878; text-align:center" | Normal | style="background: #FFF" | Dugtrio
Meowth, Persian
Farfetch'd
Seviper
Absol
Stunky, Skuntank
Weavile

|- | style="background: #FFF" | 255 | style="background: #FFF; text-align:center" | 255 | style="background: #FFF" | Torchic | colspan="2" style="background:#F08030; text-align:center" | Fire | style="background: #FFF" | Dugtrio
Meowth, Persian
Farfetch'd
Seviper
Absol
Stunky, Skuntank
Weavile

|- | style="background: #FFF" | 287 | style="background: #FFF; text-align:center" | 287 | style="background: #FFF" | Slakoth | colspan="2" style="background:#A8A878; text-align:center" | Normal | style="background: #FFF" | Dugtrio
Meowth, Persian
Farfetch'd
Seviper
Absol
Stunky, Skuntank
Weavile

|- | style="background: #FFF" | 290 | style="background: #FFF; text-align:center" | 290 | style="background: #FFF" | Nincada | colspan="1" style="background:#A8B820; text-align:center" | Bug || style="background:#E0C068" align="center" colspan="1" rowspan="1" | Ground | style="background: #FFF" | Scyther, Scizor
Heracross
Yanmega, Gliscor

|- | style="background: #FFF" | 335 | style="background: #FFF; text-align:center" | 335 | style="background: #FFF" | Zangoose | colspan="2" style="background:#A8A878; text-align:center" | Normal | style="background: #FFF" | Dugtrio
Meowth, Persian
Farfetch'd
Seviper
Absol
Stunky, Skuntank
Weavile

|- | style="background: #FFF" | 336 | style="background: #FFF; text-align:center" | 336 | style="background: #FFF" | Seviper | colspan="2" style="background:#A040A0; text-align:center" | Poison | style="background: #FFF" | Dugtrio
Meowth, Persian
Farfetch'd
Skarmory
Sceptile
Seviper
Absol
Honchkrow
Stunky, Skuntank
Weavile

|- | style="background: #FFF" | 451 | style="background: #FFF; text-align:center" | 451 | style="background: #FFF" | Skorupi | colspan="1" style="background:#A040A0; text-align:center" | Poison || style="background:#A8B820" align="center" colspan="1" rowspan="1" | Bug | style="background: #FFF" | Scyther, Scizor
Kabutops
Heracross
Corphish, Crawdaunt
Yanmega, Gliscor

|- | colspan="6" | Bold indicates a Pokémon which gets STAB from this move.
Italic indicates a Pokémon whose evolution gets STAB from this move.
*Indicates Pokémon that can only learn the move through chain breeding.
|} |}

Trivia

  • The Japanese name つじぎり (Blade Testing) is probably a reference to the way in which some particularly unscrupulous samurai would test new swords in feudal Japan. This was by hiding in wait by a road (typically a crossroads) and waiting for an unsuspecting commoner (i.e. lower class, and so with far fewer rights than the samurai class) to pass by. He would then strike to kill, and in this way learn how well his new sword could cut.

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