G-Max Gold Rush (move)

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G-Max Gold Rush
キョダイコバン Kyodai Koban
G-Max Gold Rush VIII.png
G-Max Gold Rush VIII 2.png
Type  Normal
Category  Varies
PP  — (max. —)
Power  —
Accuracy  —%
Priority  {{{priority}}}
  • Does not make contact
  • Not affected by Protect
  • Not affected by Magic Coat
  • Not affected by Snatch
  • Not affected by Mirror Move
  • Affected by King's Rock
Target
Foe Foe Foe
Self Ally Ally
May affect any adjacent foe, but not allies
Availability
Introduced  Generation VIII
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Appeal  0  
Jam  0  
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G-Max Gold Rush (Japanese: キョダイコバン Kyodai Koban) is a damage-dealing Normal-type G-Max Move introduced in Generation VIII. It is the exclusive G-Max Move of Gigantamax Meowth.

Effect

G-Max Gold Rush inflicts damage, confuses the opponent, and scatters coins on the ground. These coins are picked up after the battle.

The amount of money earned each time is equal to 100× the user's level and stacks with either the Amulet Coin or Luck Incense. If used in succession, the amount of money earned increases by another 100× the user's level each time, up to a possible 300× the user's level on the third and final Dynamax turn and a possible 600× the user's level in total. However, the total amount of money that can be collected using G-Max Gold Rush is capped at PokémonDollar.png99,999 each battle (which can possibly be achieved if the user is Lv. 84 or higher).

G-Max Gold Rush and Pay Day share the PokémonDollar.png99,999 cap, so if G-Max Gold Rush reaches the cap, Pay Day will still display the "Coins were scattered everywhere!" message but will not award any more coins.[1]

If G-Max Gold Rush is used during a Max Raid Battle, the "Coins were scattered everywhere!" message will not be displayed and money will not be earned after the battle.

Its power and whether it is a special or physical move depends on the move it is based on.

Base move Power Cat.
Bind 90 Physical
Body Slam 130 Physical
Boomburst 140 Special
Covet 110 Physical
Crush Claw 130 Physical
Crush Grip 140 Physical
Cut 100 Physical
Double Hit 120 Physical
Double-Edge 140 Physical
Echoed Voice 90 Special
Endeavor 130 Physical
Explosion 150 Physical
Extreme Speed 130 Physical
Facade 120 Physical
Fake Out 90 Physical
False Swipe 90 Physical
Feint 90 Physical
Flail 130 Physical
Fury Attack 90 Physical
Fury Swipes 100 Physical
Giga Impact 150 Physical
Guillotine 130 Physical
Head Charge 140 Physical
Headbutt 120 Physical
Hold Back 90 Physical
Horn Attack 120 Physical
Horn Drill 130 Physical
Hyper Beam 150 Special
Hyper Fang 130 Physical
Hyper Voice 130 Special
Judgment 130 Special
Last Resort 140 Physical
Mega Kick 140 Physical
Mega Punch 130 Physical
Multi-Attack 95 Physical
Pay Day 90 Physical
Pound 90 Physical
Present 100 Physical
Quick Attack 90 Physical
Rapid Spin 100 Physical
Relic Song 130 Special
Retaliate 120 Physical
Revelation Dance 130 Special
Round 110 Special
Scratch 90 Physical
Self-Destruct 150 Physical
Skull Bash 140 Physical
Slam 130 Physical
Slash 120 Physical
Snore 100 Special
Spit Up 100 Special
Stomp 120 Physical
Strength 130 Physical
Super Fang 100 Physical
Swift 110 Special
Tackle 90 Physical
Tail Slap 130 Physical
Take Down 130 Physical
Techno Blast 140 Special
Terrain Pulse 130 Special
Thrash 140 Physical
Tri Attack 130 Special
Uproar 130 Special
Vise Grip 110 Physical
Weather Ball 130 Special
Wrap 90 Physical

Description

Games Description
SwSh A Normal-type attack that Gigantamax Meowth use. This move confuses opponents and also earns extra money.

Learnset

Gigantamax Meowth can use G-Max Gold Rush if it knows a damaging Normal-type move.

In the anime

None.png Team Rocket Meowth G-Max Gold Rush.png None.png None.png
Gigantamax Meowth
The Gigantamaxed user attacks the opponent a powerful beam that scatters coins everywhere.
Pokémon Method
User First Used In Notes
052Gi Meowth Gigantamax Meowth summons multiple gold coins similar in appearance to its forehead charm from underground to damage the opponent.
Meowth of Team Rocket JN045 Debut
Base move is Fury Swipes or Scratch

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 超極巨特大金幣 Chīu Gihkgeuih Dahkdaaih Gāmbaih
Mandarin 超極巨特大金幣 / 超极巨特大金币 Chāo Jíjù Tèdà Jīnbì
France Flag.png French Pactole G-Max
Germany Flag.png German Giga-Münzregen
Italy Flag.png Italian Gigamonete
South Korea Flag.png Korean 거다이금화 Geodai Geumhwa
Brazil Flag.png Brazilian Portuguese Corrida do Ouro G-Max
Russia Flag.png Russian Золотую Лихорадку G-Макс Zolotuyu Likhoradku G-Maks
Spain Flag.png Spanish Gigamonedas

References


Max Moves
Max StrikeMax KnuckleMax AirstreamMax OozeMax Quake
Max RockfallMax FlutterbyMax PhantasmMax Steelspike
Max FlareMax GeyserMax OvergrowthMax LightningMax Mindstorm
Max HailstormMax WyrmwindMax DarknessMax StarfallMax Guard
G-Max Moves
G-Max Vine LashG-Max WildfireG-Max CannonadeG-Max Befuddle
G-Max Volt CrashG-Max Gold RushG-Max Chi StrikeG-Max Terror
G-Max Foam BurstG-Max ResonanceG-Max CuddleG-Max Replenish
G-Max MalodorG-Max MeltdownG-Max Drum SoloG-Max Fireball
G-Max HydrosnipeG-Max Wind RageG-Max GravitasG-Max Stonesurge
G-Max VolcalithG-Max TartnessG-Max SweetnessG-Max Sandblast
G-Max Stun ShockG-Max CentifernoG-Max SmiteG-Max SnoozeG-Max Finale
G-Max SteelsurgeG-Max DepletionG-Max One BlowG-Max Rapid Flow


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