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===Effect===
 
===Effect===
 
====Generations I to VI====
 
====Generations I to VI====
Raises the {{stat|Defense}} of a Pokémon currently in battle by 1 level.
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Raises the {{stat|Defense}} of a Pokémon currently in battle by 1 level. From Generation II onward, it also increases the Pokémon's [[friendship]] a little.
   
 
====Generation VII====
 
====Generation VII====
Raises the Defense of a Pokémon currently in battle by 2 levels.
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Raises the Defense of a Pokémon currently in battle by 2 levels. It also increases the Pokémon's [[friendship]] a little.
   
 
===Description===
 
===Description===
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{{movedescentry|{{gameabbrev4|DPPtHGSS}}<br>{{gameabbrev5|BWB2W2}}|An item that raises the Defense stat of a Pokémon in battle. It wears off if the Pokémon is withdrawn.}}
 
{{movedescentry|{{gameabbrev4|DPPtHGSS}}<br>{{gameabbrev5|BWB2W2}}|An item that raises the Defense stat of a Pokémon in battle. It wears off if the Pokémon is withdrawn.}}
 
{{movedescentry|{{gameabbrev6|XYORAS}}|An item that boosts the Defense stat of a Pokémon during a battle. It wears off once the Pokémon is withdrawn.}}
 
{{movedescentry|{{gameabbrev6|XYORAS}}|An item that boosts the Defense stat of a Pokémon during a battle. It wears off once the Pokémon is withdrawn.}}
{{movedescentry|{{gameabbrev7|SMUSUM}}|An item that sharply boosts the Defense stat of a Pokémon during a battle. It wears off once the Pokémon is withdrawn.}}
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{{movedescentry|{{gameabbrev7|SMUSUMPE}}|An item that sharply boosts the Defense stat of a Pokémon during a battle. It wears off once the Pokémon is withdrawn.}}
 
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| {{gameabbrev2|GSC}}
 
| {{gameabbrev2|GSC}}
 
| [[Sprout Tower]]{{sup/2|GS}}, [[Union Cave]], [[Rock Tunnel]]
 
| [[Sprout Tower]]{{sup/2|GS}}, [[Union Cave]], [[Rock Tunnel]]
| {{ci|Violet}}, {{ci|Blackthorn}}, {{ci|Cerulean}}, {{ci|Saffron}} [[Poké Mart]]s, [[Goldenrod Department Store|Goldenrod]] and [[Celadon Department Store|Celadon]] Department Stores
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| {{ci|Violet}}, {{ci|Blackthorn}}, {{ci|Cerulean}}, {{ci|Saffron}} [[Poké Mart]]s; [[Goldenrod Department Store]], [[Celadon Department Store]]
 
|-
 
|-
 
| {{gameabbrev3|RSE}}
 
| {{gameabbrev3|RSE}}
 
| [[Rustboro City]]
 
| [[Rustboro City]]
| {{ci|Petalburg}}, {{ci|Rustboro}}, {{ci|Mauville}}, {{to|Fallarbor}}, {{ci|Mossdeep}}, {{ci|Sootopolis}} [[Poké Mart]]s, [[Lilycove Department Store]]
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| {{ci|Petalburg}}, {{ci|Rustboro}}, {{ci|Mauville}}, {{to|Fallarbor}}, {{ci|Mossdeep}}, {{ci|Sootopolis}} [[Poké Mart]]s; [[Lilycove Department Store]]
 
|-
 
|-
 
| {{gameabbrev3|FRLG}}
 
| {{gameabbrev3|FRLG}}
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| {{gameabbrevss|Colo}}
 
| {{gameabbrevss|Colo}}
 
|
 
|
| [[Phenac City]]
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| {{ci|Phenac}} [[Poké Mart]]
 
|-
 
|-
 
| {{gameabbrevss|XD}}
 
| {{gameabbrevss|XD}}
 
|
 
|
| [[Pyrite Town]]
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| {{to|Pyrite}} [[Poké Mart]]
 
|-
 
|-
 
| {{gameabbrev4|DPPt}}
 
| {{gameabbrev4|DPPt}}
| [[Oreburgh Mine]]{{sup/4|DP}}, {{rt|203|Sinnoh}}{{sup/4|Pt}}
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| {{rt|203|Sinnoh}}{{sup/4|Pt}}, [[Oreburgh Mine]]{{sup/4|DP}}
 
| [[Veilstone Department Store]]
 
| [[Veilstone Department Store]]
 
|-
 
|-
 
| {{gameabbrev4|HGSS}}
 
| {{gameabbrev4|HGSS}}
 
| [[Union Cave]], [[Rock Tunnel]]
 
| [[Union Cave]], [[Rock Tunnel]]
| [[Goldenrod Department Store|Goldenrod]] and [[Celadon Department Store|Celadon]] Department Stores
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| [[Goldenrod Department Store]], [[Celadon Department Store]]
 
|-
 
|-
 
| {{gameabbrevss|PW}}
 
| {{gameabbrevss|PW}}
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|-
 
|-
 
| {{gameabbrev6|XY}}
 
| {{gameabbrev6|XY}}
| {{rt|9|Kalos}}, {{rt|15|Kalos}}, {{rt|18|Kalos}}, [[Santalune City]] {{DL|Santalune City|Trainers' School}} (×3), [[Cyllage City]], {{kal|Victory Road}}
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| [[Route]]s {{rtn|9|Kalos}}, {{rtn|15|Kalos}}, and {{rtn|18|Kalos}}, [[Santalune City]] {{DL|Santalune City|Trainers' School}} (×3), [[Cyllage City]], {{kal|Victory Road}}
 
| [[Santalune City]] [[Poké Mart]]
 
| [[Santalune City]] [[Poké Mart]]
 
|-
 
|-
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| [[Slateport City]] [[Poké Mart]], [[Lilycove Department Store]] (Level 3)
 
| [[Slateport City]] [[Poké Mart]], [[Lilycove Department Store]] (Level 3)
 
|-
 
|-
| {{gameabbrev7|SM}}
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| {{gameabbrev7|SMUSUM}}
| [[Hau'oli City]] {{DL|Hau'oli City|Marina}}, [[Lush Jungle]], [[Poni Plains]], [[Verdant Cavern]], [[Vast Poni Canyon]]
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| [[Hau'oli City]] {{DL|Hau'oli City|Marina}}, [[Lush Jungle]], [[Paniola Ranch]]{{sup/7|USUM}}, [[Poni Plains]], [[Verdant Cavern]], [[Vast Poni Canyon]] (×1{{sup/7|SM}}/×2{{sup/7|USUM}})
| {{rt|2|Alola}}, {{rt|8|Alola}}, and [[Hau'oli City]] [[Poké Mart]]s<br>[[Festival Plaza]] ({{DL|Festival Plaza|Goody shops}})
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| {{rt|2|Alola}}, {{rt|5|Alola}}{{sup/7|USUM}}, {{rt|8|Alola}}, and {{ci|Hau'oli}} [[Poké Mart]]s<br>[[Festival Plaza]] ([[Festival Plaza#Goody shops|Battle Store]])
 
|-
 
|-
| {{gameabbrev7|USUM}}
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| {{gameabbrev7|PE}}
| [[Hau'oli City]] {{DL|Hau'oli City|Marina}}, [[Lush Jungle]], [[Paniola Ranch]], [[Poni Plains]], [[Verdant Cavern]], [[Vast Poni Canyon]] (×2)
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| {{rt|11|Kanto}}, [[Pewter City]], [[Underground Path (Kanto Routes 7-8)]]
| {{rt|2|Alola}}, {{rt|5|Alola}}, {{rt|8|Alola}}, and [[Hau'oli City]] [[Poké Mart]]s<br>[[Festival Plaza]] ({{DL|Festival Plaza|Goody shops}})
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| All [[Poké Mart]]s (after obtaining 1 [[Badge]]), [[Celadon Department Store]]
 
|}
 
|}
 
|}
 
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{{incomplete|section}}
 
{{incomplete|section}}
 
===[[Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U]]===
 
===[[Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U]]===
X Attack, X Defense, and X Speed appear in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U as {{sbw|equipment}} that any of the five playable Pokémon can use. Each raises its respective stat while lowering another. While they will occasionally come with a special effect, the ones without effects come in three rarities: normal, Threefold, and Sixfold.
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X Defense (along with [[X Attack]] and [[X Speed]]) appears in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U as {{sbw|equipment}} that any of the five playable Pokémon can use. X Defense raises the holder's Defense while lowering Speed. While it will occasionally come with a special effect, the ones without effects come in three rarities: normal, Threefold, and Sixfold.
   
 
==={{g|Rumble World}}===
 
==={{g|Rumble World}}===
After rescuing a distressed Mii in an area, he or she will occasionally use X Attacks, X Defenses, X Speeds, or [[potion]]s. What they give out is chosen randomly upon being rescued. The X items boost the specified stat for some time.
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After rescuing a distressed Mii in an area, he or she will occasionally use X Defenses (along with X Attacks, X Speeds, or [[potion]]s). What they give out is chosen randomly upon being rescued. The X Defense boosts the Defense stat for some time.
   
 
==In the TCG==
 
==In the TCG==
{{incomplete|section}}
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[[File:DefenderUndaunted72.jpg|thumb|200px|X Defense]]
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{{main|Defender (Base Set 80)}}
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The English language release of the ''X Defense'' uses the direct translation of its Japanese name '''Defender'''. Defender's first apparence was in the {{TCG|Trainer Deck A}}, before the Base Set's official release. This print has a red border and "Trainer Deck A" printed on the back.
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This card was included in the {{TCG|Base Set}} with artwork by [[Keiji Kinebuchi]], first released in the Japanese {{TCG|Expansion Pack}}. It was reprinted in the {{TCG|Base Set 2}} expansion. It was reprinted again in the Japanese {{TCG|Hanada City Gym|Hanada}}, {{TCG|Kuchiba City Gym|Kuchiba}}, {{TCG|Tamamushi City Gym|Tamamushi}}, and {{TCG|Yamabuki City Gym}} theme decks, and the Totodile Half Deck of the Japanese {{TCG|Intro Pack Neo}}.
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This card was later reprinted in the {{TCG|Undaunted}} expansion with new artwork by [[Ryo Ueda]], first released in the Japanese {{TCG|Reviving Legends}} expansion.
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Alongside {{TCG|Black and White}}, this card received an erratum to change "by an opponent's attack" to "by attacks".
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Defender reduces the damage done to the Pokémon Defender is attached to by attacks by 20 during the opponent's next turn.
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{{-}}
   
 
==In other languages==
 
==In other languages==
{{incomplete|section|Chinese and Korean transcriptions}}
 
 
{{langtable|color={{items color light}}|bordercolor={{items color}}
 
{{langtable|color={{items color light}}|bordercolor={{items color}}
|zh_yue=防御强
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|zh_yue=防禦強 ''{{tt|Fòhngyuh Kèuhngfa|Defense Reinforcement}}'' {{tt|*|Games}}<br>傷害預防 ''{{tt|Sēunghoih Yuhfòhng|Damage Prevention}}'' {{tt|*|Gen I & GS Guidebook}}
|zh_cmn=防禦強化
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|zh_cmn=防禦強化 / 防御强化 ''{{tt|Fángyù Qiánghuà|Defense Reinforcement}}''
 
|fr=Défense +
 
|fr=Défense +
 
|de=X-Abwehr
 
|de=X-Abwehr
 
|it=Difesa X
 
|it=Difesa X
|ko=디펜드업 ''{{tt|?|Defender}}''
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|ko=디펜드업 ''Defend-Up''
|pt=X-Defensa
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|pt_br=Defesa X (games)<br>X-Defesa
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|pt_eu=X-Defesa<br>Defesa X{{tt|*|Manuals}}
 
|es=Defensa X
 
|es=Defensa X
 
}}
 
}}
 
==External links==
 
*[https://veekun.com/dex/items/battle/x%20defense On Eevee's ItemDex]
 
 
 
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{{Battle items}}<br>
 
{{Project ItemDex notice}}
 
{{Project ItemDex notice}}
   
 
[[Category:Items]]
 
[[Category:Items]]
 
[[Category:Battle items]]
 
[[Category:Battle items]]
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[[Category:Stat-raising items]]
   
 
[[de:X-Abwehr]]
 
[[de:X-Abwehr]]
 
[[fr:Défense +]]
 
[[fr:Défense +]]
[[it:Difesa X]]
 
 
[[ja:ディフェンダー]]
 
[[ja:ディフェンダー]]
[[zh:防禦強化]]
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[[zh:防御强(道具)]]

Latest revision as of 12:18, 16 September 2019

X Defense
ディフェンダー
Defender
X Defense
X Defense
Pokémon Global Link artwork
Introduced in Generation I
Pocket
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Fling
Power 30

The X Defense (Japanese: ディフェンダー Defender) is a type of battle item introduced in Generation I. It temporarily boosts the Defense stat. Prior to Generation VI, it was known as X Defend.

In the core series games

Price

Games Cost Sell price
RGBY/RBY
GSC
RSEFRLG
DPPtHGSS
BWB2W2
XYORAS
PokémonDollar.png550 PokémonDollar.png275
SMUSUM PokémonDollar.png2,000 PokémonDollar.png1,000
PE PokémonDollar.png500 PokémonDollar.png250

Effect

Generations I to VI

Raises the Defense of a Pokémon currently in battle by 1 level. From Generation II onward, it also increases the Pokémon's friendship a little.

Generation VII

Raises the Defense of a Pokémon currently in battle by 2 levels. It also increases the Pokémon's friendship a little.

Description

Games Description
Stad Temporarily increases Defense for one battle.
GSC Raises Defense. (1 BTL)
RSE Raises the stat Defense during one battle.
FRLG Raises the Defense stat of Pokémon in battle. Wears off if the Pokémon is withdrawn.
Colo.XD Raises the stat Defense during one battle.
DPPtHGSS
BWB2W2
An item that raises the Defense stat of a Pokémon in battle. It wears off if the Pokémon is withdrawn.
XYORAS An item that boosts the Defense stat of a Pokémon during a battle. It wears off once the Pokémon is withdrawn.
SMUSUMPE An item that sharply boosts the Defense stat of a Pokémon during a battle. It wears off once the Pokémon is withdrawn.

Acquisition

Games Finite methods Repeatable methods
RBY/RGBY Celadon Department Store
GSC Sprout TowerGS, Union Cave, Rock Tunnel Violet, Blackthorn, Cerulean, Saffron Poké Marts; Goldenrod Department Store, Celadon Department Store
RSE Rustboro City Petalburg, Rustboro, Mauville, Fallarbor, Mossdeep, Sootopolis Poké Marts; Lilycove Department Store
FRLG Route 11 Celadon Department Store
Colo. Phenac Poké Mart
XD Pyrite Poké Mart
DPPt Route 203Pt, Oreburgh MineDP Veilstone Department Store
HGSS Union Cave, Rock Tunnel Goldenrod Department Store, Celadon Department Store
PW Suburban Area, Icy Mountain Rd.
BW Dreamyard Nacrene City, Shopping Mall Nine
B2W2 Trainers' School Nacrene City, Shopping Mall Nine
Join Avenue (Market)
XY Routes 9, 15, and 18, Santalune City Trainers' School (×3), Cyllage City, Victory Road Santalune City Poké Mart
ORAS Rustboro City, Granite Cave, Mauville City, Jagged Pass Slateport City Poké Mart, Lilycove Department Store (Level 3)
SMUSUM Hau'oli City Marina, Lush Jungle, Paniola RanchUSUM, Poni Plains, Verdant Cavern, Vast Poni Canyon (×1SM/×2USUM) Route 2, Route 5USUM, Route 8, and Hau'oli Poké Marts
Festival Plaza (Battle Store)
PE Route 11, Pewter City, Underground Path (Kanto Routes 7-8) All Poké Marts (after obtaining 1 Badge), Celadon Department Store

Wonder Launcher

Bag X Defend WL Sprite.png Bag X Defend 2 Sprite.png Bag X Defend 3 Sprite.png Bag X Defend 6 Sprite.png The X Defend appears as four Wonder Launcher items, increasing the Defense stat by 1, 2, 3 or 6 levels. It costs 3, 5, 7, or 11 points to use respectively.

In the spin-off games

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Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U

X Defense (along with X Attack and X Speed) appears in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U as equipment that any of the five playable Pokémon can use. X Defense raises the holder's Defense while lowering Speed. While it will occasionally come with a special effect, the ones without effects come in three rarities: normal, Threefold, and Sixfold.

Pokémon Rumble World

After rescuing a distressed Mii in an area, he or she will occasionally use X Defenses (along with X Attacks, X Speeds, or potions). What they give out is chosen randomly upon being rescued. The X Defense boosts the Defense stat for some time.

In the TCG

X Defense
Main article: Defender (Base Set 80)

The English language release of the X Defense uses the direct translation of its Japanese name Defender. Defender's first apparence was in the Trainer Deck A, before the Base Set's official release. This print has a red border and "Trainer Deck A" printed on the back.

This card was included in the Base Set with artwork by Keiji Kinebuchi, first released in the Japanese Expansion Pack. It was reprinted in the Base Set 2 expansion. It was reprinted again in the Japanese Hanada, Kuchiba, Tamamushi, and Yamabuki City Gym theme decks, and the Totodile Half Deck of the Japanese Intro Pack Neo.

This card was later reprinted in the Undaunted expansion with new artwork by Ryo Ueda, first released in the Japanese Reviving Legends expansion.

Alongside Black and White, this card received an erratum to change "by an opponent's attack" to "by attacks".

Defender reduces the damage done to the Pokémon Defender is attached to by attacks by 20 during the opponent's next turn.

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 防禦強化 Fòhngyuh Kèuhngfa *
傷害預防 Sēunghoih Yuhfòhng *
Mandarin 防禦強化 / 防御强化 Fángyù Qiánghuà
France Flag.png French Défense +
Germany Flag.png German X-Abwehr
Italy Flag.png Italian Difesa X
South Korea Flag.png Korean 디펜드업 Defend-Up
Portuguese Brazil Flag.png Brazil Defesa X (games)
X-Defesa
Portugal Flag.png Portugal X-Defesa
Defesa X*
Spain Flag.png Spanish Defensa X



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