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Behemoth Bash (Japanese: きょじゅうだん Behemoth Impact) is a damage-dealing Steel-type move introduced in Generation VIII. It is the signature move of Zamazenta.
Behemoth Bash deals damage. If the target is Dynamaxed or Gigantamaxed, its damage is doubled. The bonus does not apply to Eternamax Eternatus, despite its similarities to a Gigantamaxed Pokémon.
||The user becomes a gigantic shield and slams into the target. This move deals twice the damage if the target is Dynamaxed.
||This move can’t be used. It’s recommended that this move is forgotten. Once forgotten, this move can’t be remembered.
If Zamazenta knows Iron Head while entering battle in its Crowned Shield form, Iron Head will become Behemoth Bash for the duration of the battle.
In other games
||This move's power increases 50% when the target has a sync buff.
||Hop and Zamazenta
In the anime
||Crowned Shield Zamazenta
|The user rams into the opponent with its shield.
||First Used In
||Zamazenta extends its shield on its chest and glows red. It then rams into the opponent with its shield.
|A wild Zamazenta
In other generations
Spin-off series games
- Behemoth Bash and Behemoth Blade are not present in the mobile version of Pokémon HOME's move Pokédex. This is because they would be impossible to register, since the forms of Zamazenta and Zacian that they are the signature moves of can only appear in battles and therefore cannot be deposited into Pokémon HOME. They share this distinction with Glacial Lance and Astral Barrage, which are also the signature moves of forms that cannot be deposited into Pokémon HOME. Notably, Ice Burn and Freeze Shock are present in the move Pokédex (despite also being the signature moves of Pokémon that cannot be deposited) due to the fact that Smeargle can learn them with Sketch.
In other languages